Dimitar Kutrovsky

Dimitar Kutrovsky is entering his first season as an assistant coach with the Alabama men's tennis program after being officially hired on June 25, 2019.

Kutrovsky spent his previous four years with the University of Texas San Antonio and shined as a recruiting dynamo for coach Rodrigo da Silva, as he helped boost the UTSA roster with a strong ability to scout and sign international talent.

In addition to his time at UTSA, Kutrovsky has coaching experience with the junior program at the South Austin Tennis Center and the Austin Polo & Fitness Tennis Club.

As a player at the University of Texas, he was one of the most decorated players in Longhorns history, as Kutrovsky finished his career as Texas' all-time winningest player with 230 combined victories in singles and doubles. A four-time All-Big 12 performer and two-time doubles champion, he helped UT reach the NCAA Championship match in 2008 and the semifinals in the following season to go along with a pair of appearances in the Round of 16.

As a senior in 2010, he was named Big 12 Player of the Year and earned All-America accolades in both singles and doubles while helping Texas to a 27-3 record, conference regular season and tournament titles and the NCAA Round of 16. He advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship singles bracket and was ranked as high as No. 7 nationally by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. He finished his career as a three-time Singles All-American and one-time Doubles All-American.

After college, the Sofia, Bulgaria, native played professionally, reaching a career ranking as high as No. 293 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). He captured a pair of singles titles at the Futures level, posted eight wins in the Davis Cup and reached the semifinals twice at ATP events.

Before playing collegiately and professionally, Kutrovsky achieved the No. 1 ranking for 16U and 18U in Bulgaria and was ranked as high as 69th by the International Tennis Federation as a junior. He competed in the Davis Cup for Bulgaria in singles and doubles, while also playing in the Junior French Open Championships.

Kutrovsky earned a bachelor's degree in communication studies from Texas in 2010.