Ronald Agénor is a former ATP #22 world ranked tennis player and has sustained one of the longest careers in the history of the game (19 years) scoring wins against the world's greatest players such as Agassi, Connors, Vilas, Noah, Higueras, Wilander, Stich, Korda, Muster, Sanchez, Gilbert, Annacone, Rosset, Leconte, Forget, Curren, and Cash, just to name a few. Ronald is also an ambassador for Peace and Sport, an organization under the High Patronage of Prince Albert II of Monaco. In 2006, the city of Castelnau de Médoc, in wine country region of Bordeaux in France, named its newly built tennis facility after Ronald. Recently, he was inducted into the Black Tennis Hall of Fame in a ceremony held at George Washington University, in Washington DC. Ronald is available for Tennis Coaching, Tennis Clinics, Tennis Exhibitions, Corporate Appearances, Speaking/Media Engagements, Broadcasting, Endorsements, Charity Events, as well as competing in the Legends Tour & the ITF/USTA Senior Tour. Ronald is also a passionate musician and has been playing the guitar since the age of 15, and has made several recordings, his latest album "22" is available for preview/download on iTunes and CD Baby, and his new album "Cordes De Vie" will be out in 2022. Today, Ronald, whose life seems to be based on strings, spends his time between coaching the game of tennis, his family, and music.


Around The World: Monaco

Ronald hitting on the courts at his former club and residence in Monaco at the Monte Carlo Country Club during the Peace and Sport Forum 2019. He won both the Junior event and Under 21 events the same year in 1982 and was a resident of Monaco in 1990 to 1992. Overlooking the sea with its Art Deco architecture and a rich history uniting royalty and overseas millionaires, the Monte-Carlo Country Club remains one of the most beautiful and fascinating country clubs in the world. Inaugurated to great fanfare, the Club was opened in February 1928 by Prince Louis II of Monaco.


Hands on with Ronald with his International Tennis Camps available all year round and around the world from. 1 day & 2 day packges are offered as well as a weekly package that can be customized to your needs. From hitting sessions with Ronald to drills covering all aspects of the game, and some match play situation in a group setting with a fun and friendly atmosphere you will improve your game in NO TIME. Additionally off court activities are also available. Don't hesitate to contact us for more info at and to customize your RA International Tennis Clinics experience for players of all levels and all ages!


Ronald is an Ambassador for Peace And Sport, an organization under the High Patronage of SAS Prince Albert II of Monaco. Peace and Sport brings together and develops partnerships between the Peace (NGOs, UN Agencies, Academics), the Sport (Olympic Family, International Federations, National Olympic Committees, Athletes) and the Political worlds with the aim of implementing and ensuring the sustainability of field programs, maximizing the use of sport for development and peace and leading social transformation in every area of the world affected by poverty or social instability.

Tennis Coaching With Ronald

Whether your goal is to improve your technique, or win your next tournament, Ronald will help you build a strong foundation meant to last with solid technique, plus all the tools you need to help you play your best game. Ronald takes pride in coaching players of all levels and all ages. Players coached by Ronald have won USTA and ITF Junior and Adult events, competed in Grand Slams, and for some obtain Division 1 College Tennis Scholarships in the United States. Private, semi private, or group training and coaching is available, for more info contact Ronald at

Black Tennis Hall Of Fame

In 2018 Ronald Agénor was inducted into the Black Tennis Hall of Fame in a ceremony that was held at George Washington University. "Thanks to the American Tennis Association, the Black Tennis Hall of Fame founder Dale Caldwell, Bob Davis (BTHF President), & Ann Koger for their relentless work. Congratulations to all the past, present, future contributors, volunteers, donors, coaches, and players, that play an important role in promoting black tennis"

Tennis History

Historic moment in 1987, Ronald played against Frenchman Yannick Noah in Basel, Switzerland, in what would be the first men's ATP professional tennis final between 2 players of color in the history of the game. Yannick Noah remains the last black male tennis player to win a Grand Slam since Arthur Ashe won Wimbledon in 1975. Yannick Noah remains the last male black player to win a Grand Chelem, at Roland Garros in 1983.

Agénor vs Ivan Lendl

''That was a dog fight,'' Lendl said, it was a real struggle". Lendl, the defending men's champion and top-seeded player, struggled for 3 hours 26 minutes against Ronald Agenor, the hard-hitting Haitian, before winning, 7-5, 7-6, 0-6, 6-3. Ronald is the last player to bagel (6/0) Ivan Lendl in a Grand Slam.

Did You Know?

Ronald played his first Grand Slam in Paris at the French Open in 1985. After playing 3 rounds in the qualifying draw and winning the last round against Frenchman Thierry Champion 8/6 in the 3rd set after saving 3 match points, he played and lost to world's n1 John McEnroe in the 1st round.