|Born||November 30, 1973|
Mexico City, Mexico
|Alma mater||Texas Christian University|
|1993-1996||Texas Christian University|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|Big 12: 2016, 2017, 2018|
Big 12 Tournament: 2016, 2017
|Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year: 2015|
Big 12 Coach of the Year: 2015, 2016
David Roditi Jiménez (born November 30, 1973) is a tennis coach and former player from Mexico. He is currently serving as the head men's tennis coach at Texas Christian University, his alma mater.
Roditi played at Texas Christian University from 1993 to 1996 under head coach Tut Bartzen. During this time, playing both singles and doubles, he won a school-record 250 total matches. He earned All-Southwest Conference honors in both singles and doubles in 1994, 1995 and 1996 and was named to the Rolex Collegiate All-Star team in 1996. He was named to the Letterman's Hall of Fame for Texas Christian University in 2007.
As a professional, Roditi focused mostly on doubles competition, in which he achieved a career-high world ranking of 41 in 1998 and made the finals in four events:
|Loss||0-1||1997||San Marino||Clay||Brandon Coupe|| Cristian Brandi
|Loss||0-2||1998||Memphis, U.S.||Hard (i)||Ellis Ferreira|| Todd Woodbridge
|Loss||0-3||1998||Estoril, Portugal||Clay||Fernon Wibier|| Donald Johnson
|1-6, 6-2, 1-6|
|Loss||0-4||1998||Mexico City, Mexico||Clay||Daniel Orsanic|| Ji?í Novák
Following the conclusion of his professional playing career, Roditi moved to Austin, Texas in 2000 to become an assistant coach at the University of Texas and then as the Associate Director of Tennis at St. Stephen's Episcopal School. In 2005, he moved to Carson, California to become the Lead National Team Coach at the USTA Training Center.
On September 7, 2010, Roditi was named the head men's tennis coach at TCU.
|TCU Horned Frogs (Mountain West Conference) (2011-2012)|
|TCU Horned Frogs (Big 12) (2013-present)|
|2013||TCU||18-10||2-3||4th||NCAA 1st Round|
|2015||TCU||25-8||3-2||T-3rd||NCAA Final Four|
|2016||TCU||26-4||4-1||1st||NCAA Round of 16|
|2017||TCU||22-5||5-0||1st||NCAA Round of 8|
|2018||TCU||20-5||5-0||1st||NCAA Round of 16|
|2019||TCU||22-7||3-2||3rd||NCAA Round of 8|
|TCU:||167-79 (.679)||30-19 (.612)|
Postseason invitational champion