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Emir Hamzic

Emir Hamzic

Emir Hamzic (Serbian: Емир Хамзић, romanized Emir Hamzić; born January 17, 1997) is a Serbian-American former professional tennis player. He is most known for being crowned an All American and winning a National Championship. Hamzic is now a nationally renowned tennis coach, serial entrepreneur, and the founder of HAMZIC All American Training. [1] [2]

Personal life

Emir Hamzic was born on January 17, 1997, at Saint Peters Hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey to parents Hidajet Hamzic and Sabaheta Hamzic. Hamzic has three siblings, he is a quadruplet. Hamzic grew up in Long Branch, New Jersey but spent his summers in Novi Pazar, Serbia where he would later spend his time training. Hamzic started playing tennis at 8 years old. Hamzic funded his professional tennis career by working for Abercrombie/Hollister later modeling professionally before deciding to coach to take care of his expenses. Hamzic Graduated from Kean University with honors in Elizabeth, New Jersey where he majored in exerciseports science ending his last semester with a 4.0 GPA.

Tennis Career


Hamzic attended Long Branch High School representing the Green Wave. He immediately began breaking records as well as setting his own. He debuted his freshman year making varsity, playing as first singles. Hamzic alone had the highest winning percentage among all individual athletes and team sports played at his high school. Hamzic quickly became the most accomplished tennis player from Long Branch High School as well as one of the most elite athletes to come out of the state of New Jersey and the nation. Hamzic at 16 years old was training with nationally ranked juniors, college tennis teams, and ATP tennis players. Most notable was Alex Bogomolov Jr. who was ranked as high as #33 in the world. Hamzic managed to finish high school in the top 15 of his graduating class and a member of the National Honor Society. Hamzic Stopped playing high school tennis after his junior year of high school to start competing internationally pursuing his career professionally.


Hamzic played between the numbers 1,2 & 3 singles for Brookdale a junior college in 2015-17. He was named 2017 National Junior College Athletic Association Men’s Tennis Player of the Year and won the Harford Invitational a Division 1 tournament. Earlier that year Hamzic became a 2x All Regional XIX Singles & Doubles Champion, 2x Garden State Athletic Conference Singles & Doubles Champion, NJCAA All-Academic Team Honors Scholar-Athlete. On top of that Hamzic went undefeated in the conference leading up to becoming an All-American National Champion. Hamzic was the Brookdale men’s tennis captain. There is no question his record breaking season will go down into the school’s hall of fame one day considering no player in the school's history has accomplished all this representing their respective sport.

2017 - Present

After accomplishing his goal of winning a national championship at 20 years old, Hamzic received numerous offers to play for various Division 1 universities, as well as other opportunities to pursue his career playing professional tennis. Hamzic decided to dedicate all of his time and efforts to coaching full time. Hamzic now plays professionally as a fun hobby when he has time in his schedule.


Hamzic has worked alongside tennis royalty Nick Bollettieri. In 2019, Hamzic established HAMZIC All American Training a private tennis coaching business serving New Jersey & New York originally, but now runs in Chicago. Hamzic is currently an academy & travel coach. He continues to train and help players reach (NCAA, and professional).


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