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Ronald Agenor is a former top 22 tennis player in the world. He has sustained one of the longest careers in the history of the game of tennis (19 years) and has scored wins against the world’s greatest, such as Agassi, Connors, Vilas, Noah, Higueras, Wilander, Stich, Korda, Muster, Sanchez, Gilbert, Annacone, Rosset, Leconte, Forget, Curren, and Cash, 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 and won 3 ATP World Tour Titles. Ronald retired from the game in 2002 and have been teaching the game of tennis and currently coaches aspiring professionals, professionals, and conducts tennis clinics around the world and plays from occasionally on the Senior Tour against tennis legends.


FROM TENNIS TO GUITAR STRINGS
Ronald whose life seems to be based on strings is a long time passionate musician released his new album "GENIUS LOVE" in May 2014 and performed live at the ATP World Tour Event of Atlanta in 2013. The music on the album "GENIUS LOVE" demonstrates a cornucopia of influences (R&B, Rock, Caribbean/Latin, Soul) and displays Ronald's soulful singing and intense and emotional guitar playing.

YOUTUBE "GENIUS LOVE" TRAILER

 

LATEST INTERVIEWS & NEWS

INTERVIEWS • R. AGENOR : "EN 1988, J'ÉTAIS SUR UN NUAGE !" (WeLoveTennis.fr)

INTERVIEWS • R. AGENOR : "ESCLUSIVA TWI - " Il tennis odierno? Manca la diversita di gioco"


Released May 29, 2014

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The Album "GENIUS LOVE"
on iTunes

Ronald's Instructional
Tennis DVDs

"MONSTER FOREHAND" & "BLAZING ONE-HANDED BACKHAND"

 

 

  • 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.

     

  • Did you know?

    An indoor sports complex was named after Ronald and inaugurated in 2006 in the city of Castelnau de Médoc, located near Bordeaux, France, the wine capital of the world. This honor was initiated by Mr Eric Arrigoni, former President of Castelnau Tennis Club and current Mayor of the city.

     

  • French Open

    Ronald defeated David Prinosil in 1994 14/12 in the 5th set and became the record holder of the longest match in the history of the French Open in the number of games (71). In 2004 Fabrice Santoro equalled the record with 71 games and John Isner broke it with 75 games.