Ronald Agenor is a former ATP World ranked #22 and 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. Today, Ronald coaches the game of tennis, connducts tennis clinics, participates in pro-ams and exhibitions, and competes from time to time on the Senior Tour. A passionate musician Ronald is a guitarist/singer/songwriter and released a single "J'ai Le Bordeaux Blues" on April 17, 2013 and performed live at the ATP World Tour Event of Atlanta this summer. His album "Strings Of My Life" is set for release in March 2014.
Ronald is available for private coaching sessions. After one of the longest professional tennis careers (19 years) he has developed and mastered a training method that helped juniors get US tennis college scholarships and improved the game and ranking of numerous professional tennis players and adults. Ronald's coaching sessions are available for kids, juniors, adults, college players, aspiring professionals, and professionals. On top of his playing and coaching experience at the highest level of the game Ronald is USPTA P1 Certified which is the United States Professional Tennis Association's highest certification rating. Ronald's passion for the game will bring the best out of you. Don't wait!
Tennis DVDs: "MONSTER FOREHAND" & "BLAZING ONE-HANDED BACKHAND"
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Ronald's ATP World Tour Uncovered Interview
Ronald Performs "Live" at Atlanta"s ATP World Tour Event - July 2013
Ronald was thrilled to perform "Live" with his musicians at the Player's Party of the ATP World Tour Event of Atlanta. Ronald performed some of his tunes as well as classics such as Black Magic Woman, I Shot The Sheriff, All Along The Watchtower, Guarija.
US TENNIS MAGAZINE - April 2012
Movie producer and two-time Oscar-nominated Barry Mendel recounts his rewarding year-long tennis and fitness training experience with Ronald in the US Tennis Magazine April Issue.
Ronald Agenor Beats Bjorn Borg, Pat Cash, and Sings the Blues at Marbella Tennis Masters
A warm tennis week for Ronald as he competed in his first ever European Legends Tour Event in Marbella, Spain at the same site that saw him defeating Guillermo Vilas 6/1 6/0 in 1985. This time he defeated another legend, Bjorn Borg 6/0 6/2, Pat Cash 6/4 6/4 and lost to El Aynaoui 6/1 6/3 in the round robin format of the tournament. The week was full of activities with tennis clinics every day and a series of 3 doubles matches with tennis entertainer Mansour Bahrami. Music was not left behind as Ronald performed live with a Jazz band featuring pianist Claude Cohen. "Heart And Soul Haiti", "Redemption Song" (Bob Marley), "Blues at Puente Romano", and "La Filo" (Malavoi) were the songs selected for the night to the delight of the crowd and the players.
Ronald Agenor Receives USPTA'S Highest Certification Rating
Ronald received in April the USPTA's (United States Professional Tennis Association) highest certification rating (Professional 1) after successfully completed all requirements, including an extensive examination of teaching, playing, and business skills.
Ronald Agenor Defeats Patrick Rafter In His 1st ATP Champions Tour - Delray Beach
Delray Beach, Florida For his first ATP Champions Tour Event after retiring from professional tennis in 2002, Ronald Agénor put up an incredible performance by defeating former US Open Champ Patrick Rafter in the 3rd day of the round robin format. “Back on the tour with former tennis greats and playing at the same time as the regular ATP Tour Event was so much fun. Ronald was also happy to have his wife and former model Tonya, able to attend along with his daughters Sascha 6, and Chloe 4, who missed a few days of school to watch their Daddy compete for the first time in a professional tennis arena. Other players competing were McEnroe, Cash, Wilander, Krickstein, Rafter, Kriek and Gomez.
Ronald Agenor Attends Peace and Sport Forum In Monaco
Ronald Agénor was invited to attend the 2009 International Peace and Sport Gala and Forum hosted by Prince Albert II of Monaco. Also in attendance were several other former top athletes, olympians, and dignitaries from all around the world.
Ronald Visits "Salle Ronald Agénor" In Castelnau-de-Médoc In France
Ronald visited the indoor sports complex that was named after him and located in the heart of this world renown wine region called "Médoc". Ronald thank the mayor of Castelnau de Médoc, the President of the club, and performed an autograph session with french future talents. He also shared memories with long time friend and former practice partner Pascal Laplagne, who is now one of the top tennis coaches in france.