Women's Tennis


David  Loewenthal
David Loewenthal

Associate Head Coach

Alma Mater:
Wake Forest

David Loewenthal was named associate head coach of the University of Denver women's tennis team in September 2017 after serving the previous four seasons as an assistant coach with the program. 

During his tenure, Loewenthal has played an integral role in Denver's four-consecutive Summit League titles and NCAA tournament appearances. 

Prior to his arrival in Denver, Loewenthal had spent the past seven years working as a private tennis coach in New Jersey where he specialized in proper stroke mechanics, point construction and strategy, footwork/court speed and match preparation. He also advised students and their parents on collegiate recruitment and various scholarship options. In addition, Loewenthal managed all the marketing, planning and operations of his widely successful tennis program. He also worked on Wall Street for Thomson Reuters and NASDAQ OMX.

Before his time as a private tennis coach, Loewenthal traveled with the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour for two years. During his time with the tour, Loewenthal trained under famed coach Jose Higueras and achieved the No. 692 ATP world ranking. Loewenthal also has previous collegiate coaching experience as he was on the staff for his alma mater, Wake Forest University, as the assistant men's tennis coach for the 2005-06 season.

During his coaching tenure with the Demon Deacons, Loewenthal helped with coaching, recruiting, travel arrangements and budget management. He provided group and individual training, as well as leading structured practices.

As a competitor, Loewenthal was a four-year member of the Wake Forest University men's varsity tennis team (2000-04). During his time on the squad, Loewenthal was a team captain and ranked as high as 24th in singles and 23rd in doubles. He captured an ACC singles title, was a two-time All-ACC choice and NCAA Singles Participant, as well as being named ACC Player of the Week during his collegiate career.

One of the highlights during his professional playing career included defeating 2009 U.S. Open champion Juan Martin Del Potro. He also traveled to many different countries to play professionally, such as Canada, Costa Rica, Ecuador, France, Israel, Mexico, Spain, USA, and Venezuela.       



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