Former ATP Tennis World #22 - International Tennis Coach & Consultant
Nicknamed « The Haitian Sensation », Ronald Agénor was born on November 13, 1964 in Rabat, Morocco, the son of Rolande Michel Agenor and Frédéric Agénor, a former Haitian Diplomat at the United Nations and Minister of Agriculture of Haiti. He is the youngest of a family of six children and learned how to play tennis at 10 years old in Lubumbashi, Zaire (current Congo) in 1974 and discovered competitive tennis in Bordeaux, France in 1978 under the wing of his brother, Lionel. He was ranked No.8 junior player in the world in 1982 and reached a world tennis ranking of #22 on the ATP World Tour 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. He won 3 ATP World titles, and reached the 1/4 finals of the French Open and the 4th round at the US Open.
Ronald takes pride in coaching players of all levels and all ages and his state of the art training programs have helped players win USTA and ITF Junior and Adult events, competed in Grand Slams, and for some obtain Division 1 College Tennis Scholarships in the United States. If you decide to make the decision to pursue a professional tennis career look no further, Ronald's customized professional coaching program is designed to player reach their best game. Ronald will provide every player with a real workable and realistic plan customized to their strengths and passions to help them achieve his/her goals. Inquire today for info on fees and availability so you can take your game to new heights! Private, semi private, or group training are also available as well as world wide clinics.