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Former ATP singles number one in the world.
Youngest player to have reached the finals of all four grand slams
Inducted in the International tennis hall of fame in 2005
Former captain of the United States Davis Cup team
He also founded Courier's Kids, a non-profit organization that supports tennis programs in the inner city of St. Petersburg, Florida.
American Tennis Legend who, at age 15, became the youngest person to ever achieve a world ranking. At age 16 he turned professional and became the youngest player to win a main draw singles match at the Us Open Grand Slam.
Former number five ATP singles player in the world.
Currently tv and radio commentator for ESPN, Tennis Channel, Rogers Sprtsnet and Canadian Broadcasting corporation.
Director of tennis IMG Academy
Former number four ATP singles player in the world.
Author of the book Winning Ugly.
Podcast host Winning Ugly.
Won 20 singles titles.
Analyst and reporter for ESPN.
Coached Andy Murry and Andre Agassi.
Won a bronze medal at the 1988 Olympics
ATP number one doubles player
Winner Grand Slams Wimbledon and US Open Doubles in 2019.
Known as hottest men on Instragam and an absolute Greg in Hollywood.
He pioneered the concept of a tennis boarding school.
Helped develop many leading tennis players during the past decades, including Andre Agassi, Jim Courier, Monica Seles, and Mary Pierce.
He has been mentioned and profiled in a
few television series.
Also a part of Jason Kohn's documentary film Love Means Zero, which was premiered at the 42nd Toronto International Film Festival on September 9, 2017.
Has written an autobiography, My Aces, My Faults, with Dick Schaap, Bollettieri has also written an instructional book, Bollettieri's Tennis Handbook.
In 2014 he was inducted to the International
Tennis Hall of Fame.
American doubles specialist.
Won the Wimbledon mixed doubles and reached the doubles finals in 2018.
USA Fed Cup Member.
Winner of French Open in 1990
Former number four singles player.
Former Number one doubles player in the world.
Founder and owner of tennis academy Gomez Viver.
Former number seven singles player.
Former number one doubles player in the world.
Former Spain Davis Cup captain winner in 2008.
In 2017, was awarded by the ITF its highest accolade, the Philippe Chatrier Award, for his contributions to tennis.
Alongside his former doubles partner Casal, Sanchez set up the Sanchez-Casal Tennis Academy.
Former 28 ATP singles player.
Ambassador for the Marca Pais Colombia.
Speaker for the virtual Congress
"What world is waiting for us".
Writer, Optics on the impact of world confinement.
Considered one of the most creative minds in player development.
Founder and CEO of Tennis Activations
Former traveling coach and tennis clinician for the Nick Bolletieri Tennis Academy.
Former Director of player development for Prince Global Sports.
Event organizer, speaker, author and Entrepreneur.
Fernando is a master coach and a leader in tennis developments.
CEO of Segal Institute and IDTC International.
Has worked with National and Regional Tennis Federations in Countries like Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and New Zealand.
He is the GPTCA National President for Argentina and Chile.
Career high ATP singles ranking 29.
Currently owner of the Arraya Tennis Academy in Key Biscayne, Florida, USA
In 1989 he founded the RPT – Registro Profesional de Tenis.
In 1995 he was inducted in the Guinness Book of World Records for “instructing the largest tennis clinic ever recorded”.
In more than 30 years, the RPT has certified over 24.000 professionals in 124 countries.