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) and has scored 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, and the “Court Ronald Agénor” was inaugurated in the Bordeaux Wine region of St Emilion, at Sainte Terre Tennis Club, France. Ronald is also a passionate musician and has been playing the guitar since the age of 15, and has made several recordings, his new album "22" is available for preview on iTunes and CD Baby. Today, Ronald, whose life seems to be based on strings, spends his time between coaching the game of tennis, family, and music.