Ronald Agénor Athlete/Former Tennis World Ranked #22 - Tennis Coaching Services - Peace & Sport Ambassador - Musician/Songwriter.



Ronald attends Peace And Sport Forum Monaco 2019, 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 Around The World

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

"Court Ronald Agénor"

"Honored to have inaugurated the “Court Ronald Agénor” in Sainte Terre, France, with Mayor of Sainte Terre Guy Marty, and Jean Baptiste Voisin, President of Sainte Terre tennis club, with an official intronisation as a member for life of the “Confrérie de la Lamproie”. Sainte Terre is located 50 kms from Bordeaux in the St Emilion region and produces some of the world’s best wines. Merci Sainte Terre for this memorable day!"

Tennis Coaching

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. A special customized training & coaching program for all competitive players is available, from the Juniors to the Pros. Make today count!

Ronald Agenor Youtube Channel

Highlights between Ronald Agenor and Ivan Lendl during the 1st round of Roland Garros. ''That was a dog fight,'' Lendl said, it was a real struggle".  On a sunny, humid day, 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. Lendl went on and win the French Open title". Click on the following link for more videos of Ronald on his Youtube Channel


Ronald, whose life is based on strings, started to play the guitar at the age of 15 and was influenced by his older brothers, Patrick, Lionel, and Richard, who played in a band while attending college in Bordeaux, France. Ronald's music demonstrates a cornucopia of influences ranging from Blues, Smooth Jazz, R&B, Rock, Neo-Soul, and Caribbean music, all interwoven into a fresh new vibe and displays Ronald's soulful singing and guitar playing.

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 and saving 3 match points, he played and lost to world's n1 John McEnroe in the 1st round.

Black 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.

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Cordes De Vie (2020) Album
Ronald Agenor
Album Release November 13, 2020

Music Beyond The Walls 2020 - Musical duet with Swiss Jazz master Olivier Anthony Theurillat for his “Music Beyond The Walls” project with the song “St James Infirmary”, made famous by the legendary Jazz icon and New Orleans native Louis Armstrong in 1928.