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Updated February 9, 2022
Average Assistant Tennis Coach Salary
$42,000 yearly
To create our salary estimates, Zippia starts with data published in publicly available sources such as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Foreign Labor Certification Data Center (FLC) Show More
$20.58 hourly

Entry level Salary
$28,000 yearly
$28,000
10 %
$42,000
Median
$64,000
90 %
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What is an Assistant Tennis Coach's Salary?

PercentileAnnual SalaryMonthly SalaryHourly Rate
90th Percentile$64,000$5,333$31
75th Percentile$52,000$4,333$25
Average$42,814$3,568$21
25th Percentile$34,000$2,833$16
10th Percentile$28,000$2,333$13

Average Assistant Tennis Coach Salary By State

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Assistant Tennis Coach average salary by State

StateAvg. SalaryHourly RateJob Count
Alabama$37,585$18.0763
Alaska$41,832$20.1116
Arizona$44,242$21.27310
Arkansas$35,044$16.8520
California$53,313$25.63561
Colorado$34,521$16.60210
Connecticut$47,665$22.92181
Delaware$42,764$20.5628
District of Columbia$42,338$20.3554
Florida$40,270$19.36248
Georgia$33,312$16.02159
Hawaii$55,199$26.5433
Idaho$34,155$16.4245
Illinois$41,743$20.07258
Indiana$38,557$18.54133
Iowa$28,545$13.72148
Kansas$28,980$13.93120
Kentucky$33,900$16.3078
Louisiana$40,463$19.45140
Maine$39,178$18.8414
Maryland$32,816$15.78126
Massachusetts$51,583$24.80170
Michigan$37,960$18.25223
Minnesota$50,117$24.09241
Mississippi$37,906$18.2226
Missouri$31,751$15.26145
Montana$25,129$12.0887
Nebraska$36,704$17.6548
Nevada$49,593$23.8438
New Hampshire$31,456$15.1257
New Jersey$48,590$23.36155
New Mexico$43,253$20.7941
New York$58,695$28.22298
North Carolina$36,337$17.47167
North Dakota$32,410$15.5826
Ohio$29,554$14.21150
Oklahoma$36,852$17.7238
Oregon$45,810$22.0289
Pennsylvania$45,308$21.78169
Rhode Island$46,571$22.3916
South Carolina$38,626$18.5759
South Dakota$24,739$11.8916
Tennessee$33,892$16.2956
Texas$51,667$24.84351
Utah$34,676$16.6758
Vermont$44,237$21.2712
Virginia$44,357$21.33141
Washington$42,281$20.3391
West Virginia$41,619$20.0110
Wisconsin$33,675$16.1947
Wyoming$45,300$21.7842

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Highest Paying Cities For Assistant Tennis Coach

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CityAvg. SalaryHourly Rate
San Rafael, CA$55,208$26.54
Austin, TX$52,497$25.24
Eugene, OR$47,056$22.62
Philadelphia, PA$45,606$21.93
Harrisonburg, VA$44,579$21.43
Tempe, AZ$44,265$21.28

How much does an Assistant Tennis Coach make?

The average Assistant Tennis Coach salary is $42,814 per year, or $20.58 per hour, in the United States. People on the lower end of that spectrum, the bottom 10% to be exact, make roughly $28,000 a year, while the top 10% makes $64,000. As most things go, location can be critical. New York, Hawaii, California, Texas, and Massachusetts provide the highest Assistant Tennis Coach salaries.

Average Assistant Tennis Coach Salary Over Time

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    Assistant Tennis Coach Salary By Year

    YearAvg. SalaryHourly Rate% Change
    2022$42,800$20.58+4.1%
    2021$41,100$19.74+3.0%
    2020$39,800$19.14+4.5%
    2019$38,000$18.28+2.5%
    2018$37,100$17.82+1.5%

    Average JOB Salary by Field

    Assistant Tennis Coach Salary
    Tennis Coaches are responsible for teaching tennis lessons to students and professionals. Their duties include developing individualized tennis training programs, conduct skills assessments, educate on game strategies and rules as well as arrange meetings with parent or team to examine performance progress. They are responsible for maintaining equipment condition and supplies and attend matches or competitions. Tennis Coaches also lead to providing mentorships to other coaches. They attend to queries relating to coaching and organize practice schedules.
    Coach

    Avg. salary: $38,329

    The main responsibility of a coach is to motivate an individual or an entire team. Coaches are focused on improving the performance and skills of athletes by conducting training sessions, coordinating practice drills, and providing guidance. Their work is conducted both on and off the field - not only while an athletic event is in session. Coaches are sometimes tasked with recruitment activities in order to fill a team's roster to help them succeed. Other duties of a coach include fundraising, overseeing facilities, and promoting a safe environment.
    Head Coach

    Avg. salary: $44,632

    A head coach is responsible for managing teams, monitoring each player's performance, conditioning the team's skills by conducting training sessions, and encouraging the trainees to reach their full potential. Head coaches assess the team's coordination during training or a game, adjusting strategies and improving techniques as needed. A head coach evaluates the team's strengths and weaknesses while educating them on the proper sports ethic. A head coach must have strong leadership and organizational skills to develop plans and reach set goals.
    Swim Coach

    Avg. salary: $26,739

    A swim coach is someone who teaches and trains people how to swim. A swim coach provides tips and techniques for people to follow if they want to learn how to swim. Demand for swimming teachers is growing, especially during summer where people travel to the beach and resorts to enjoy their vacations. A swim coach should know how to determine a student's skill, provide suitable teaching methods, and enhance the student's current swimming skill through specialized and customized swimming lessons.
    Life Coach

    Avg. salary: $35,465

    A Life Coach specializes in presenting techniques and mental roadmaps to help clients progress towards their short and long-term goals in various aspects of life. Their responsibilities include facilitating discussions in a one-on-one or group setting, identifying the clients' needs, developing action plans and other strategies to reach goals, and encouraging the clients' progress. A Life Coach may also create various projects and programs to help clients navigate through multiple paths and obstacles, providing support along the way.
    Tennis Coach

    Avg. salary: $43,104

    Tennis Coaches are responsible for teaching tennis lessons to students and professionals. Their duties include developing individualized tennis training programs, conduct skills assessments, educate on game strategies and rules as well as arrange meetings with parent or team to examine performance progress. They are responsible for maintaining equipment condition and supplies and attend matches or competitions. Tennis Coaches also lead to providing mentorships to other coaches. They attend to queries relating to coaching and organize practice schedules.

    Average Salary By Related Field

    Job TitleAnnual SalaryMonthly SalaryHourly RateJob Openings
    Coach$38,330$3,194$18.4318,230
    Head Coach$44,633$3,719$21.4624,146
    Swim Coach$26,740$2,228$12.8616,849
    Life Coach$35,466$2,955$17.0521,783
    Tennis Coach$43,104$3,592$20.7215,628
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    1$109,571
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    4$53,677
    5$51,708
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    Recently Added Assistant Tennis Coach Salaries

    CompanyJobLocationDate AddedSalary
    City of ThorntonAssistant Youth Coach-TennisThornton, CO01/26/2022$31,368
    Weld Re-4 School DistrictAssistant Girls Tennis CoachWindsor, CO12/14/2021$30,516
    California State University, Long BeachAssistant Coach, Women's TennisLong Beach, CA10/29/2021$25,374
    Dcsdk12Assistant Coach-Girls TennisCastle Rock, CO10/19/2021$60,000
    Dcsdk12Assistant Coach-Girls Tennis-JVCastle Rock, CO09/21/2021$60,000
    University of DenverAssistant Coach, Men's TennisDenver, CO08/26/2021$44,140
    University of MontevalloAssistant Coach, Men's and Women's TennisMontevallo, AL08/06/2021$24,000
    Brawley Union HighBoys/Girls Assistant Tennis CoachBrawley, CA08/04/2021$52,800
    Texas A&M University-TexarkanaAssistant Tennis CoachTexarkana, TX07/30/2021$12,000
    University of CaliforniaAssistant Coach Men's TennisSanta Cruz, CA07/29/2021$32,260

    Average Assistant Tennis Coach Salary by Demographic

    Assistant Tennis Coach Gender Pay Gap

    male-income
    Male Income
    $46,730
    female-income
    Female Income
    $45,911
    GenderIncome
    Male$46,730
    Female$45,911
    Median Assistant Tennis Coach Income by Race
    Asian Assistant Tennis Coaches have the highest average salary compared to other ethnicities. White Assistant Tennis Coaches have the lowest average salary at $45,126.
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    Assistant Tennis Coach Income by Race

    EthnicitySalary
    White$45,126
    Black or African American$45,895
    Asian$47,406
    Hispanic or Latino$45,962
    Average Assistant Tennis Coach Salary by Education Level
    Assistant Tennis Coaches with a Masters degree earn more than those without, at $48,861 annually. With a Bachelors degree, Assistant Tennis Coaches earn a median annual income of $46,730 compared to $41,147 for Assistant Tennis Coaches with an Associate degree.
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    Assistant Tennis Coach Salary by Education Level

    EducationSalary
    High School Diploma or Less$39,656
    Master's Degree$48,861
    Bachelor's Degree$46,730
    Some College/ Associate Degree$41,147