Lindsay Davenport Steffi Graf, Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle, Ronald Agenor, Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, Andre Agassi, attending the “Hit For Haiti”, a special night presented by Oracle at the BNP PARIBAS OPEN in Indian Wells, California, USA.
Ronald Agenor with Peace and Sport under the partonage of SAS Prince Albert II of Monaco with the launch of the ‘Champions for Peace’ club, an exclusive group of athletes committed to serving peace in the world through sport.
RONALD AGENOR "The Haitian Sensation"
Ronald, nicknamed "The Haitian Sensation" by an ESPN sportscaster after defeating Andre Agassi 3 times, played a record 19 years representing Haiti in Davis Cup, reaching the semi finals of the Groupe II Americas in 1998, the best result of Haiti's Davis Cup history.
BLACK TENNIS HISTORY
Ronald has been added to the Honor Roll section of the USTA.com "Black History
Month". In 1987, he made history in Basel, Switzerland, by playing against Frenchman
Yannick Noah in what would be the first ATP World Tour event between two men of
color in the history of professional tennis.
Tournoi Des Legendes, Martinique 2014, French West Indies
Cedric Pioline, Hicham Arazi, and Mickael Pernfors
RONALD AGENOR LAST GREAT MATCH: AGAINST GUSTAVO KUERTEN (2001)
At almost 38 years of age, Ronald takes on Brazilian "Guga" ranked number
in the world at the Masters Series of Montreal, Canada.
RONALD AGENOR BREAKS FRENCH OPEN RECORD OF THE LONGEST MATCH
Ronald defeated David Prinosil in 1994 14/12 in the 5th set after a little over 5 hours of match play and broke the record of the longest match in the history of the French Open in the number of games (71) held previously by Emilio Sanchez (69 games). In 2004 Fabrice Santoro equalled the record with 71 games and John Isner broke it later with 75 games.