Ronald Agenor 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. He reached the quarter finals at the French Open in 1989 and the fourth round of both the US Open and French Open in 1988. He represented Haiti in the Olympics in Los Angeles in 1984, in Seoul in 1988, and in Atlanta in 1996 and won 3 ATP Tour World titles in Athens, Genova, and Berlin. At the French Open in 1994, he defeated David Prinosil, 14/12 in the fifth set and broke the previous record of the longest match in the number of games in the history of the French Open since the open era previously held by Emilio Sanchez. In 1987, he made history by playing against Yannick Noah from France in what would be the first ATP World Tour tennis final between two players of color in men's professional tennis history. After a break from the pro circuit, Ronald made an incredible comeback in 1999 and at 35 years of age, became the oldest player to reach top 100 (ATP ranked #88) in the world since Jimmy Connors did it in 1999. Agénor is 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 Agénor. In 1989, he was Honorary Consul of Haiti in Bordeaux, France. 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, at Sainte Terre Tennis Club, France, and during the inauguration, Ronald was also officially made member for life of the “Confrérie de la Lamproie”. Ronald is also a passionate musician and has been playing the guitar since the age of 15, he had made several recordings and a few concerts, and his new album "22" is available for preview on iTunes and CD Baby. Today, Ronald, whose life seems to be based on strings, spends most of his time between coaching the game of tennis at his Tennis Academy in Le Teich and around the world, his family, and music.