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16/09/16

Ronnie Leitgeb joins GPTCA

GPTCA is pleased to announce that Ronnie Leitgeb has joined our association as a Level A* member.

During his significant coaching and manager career, Leitgeb worked with Thomas Muster (former World No. 1 and French Open champion), Andrea Gaudenzi, Jürgen Melzer and Nikolay Davydenko. He also served as a President of the Austrian Tennis Federation from 2012 to 2015, and Austrian Davis Cup team captain between 1994 and 1997.

Leitgeb is currently coaching a group of young talents including Lucas Miedler (Australian Open Junior Champion in doubles) and Gianluigi Quinzi (Wimbledon Junior Champion and World. No. 1 Junior in 2013).



12/09/16

GPTCA among SPIA Asia 2016 finalists

GPTCA among SPIA Asia 2016 finalists Global Professional Tennis Coach Association is among 10 nominees in Best Sports Organization of the Year category of the SPIA Asia 2016 Awards. The SPIA Asia 2016 - Sports Industry Awards & Conference will take place in Bangkok from 3-4 October, 2016, at Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre at.. more
31/08/16

Coach in the Spotlight - Yoav Schab

Coach in the Spotlight - Yoav Schab As part of our regular 'Coach In The Spotlight' feature, we are holding a series of short interviews with prominent GPTCA members sharing their coaching success story. We have put Yoav Schab, our National President of Israell and A* level coach in the hot seat and asked some quick fire questions. 1.What is your.. more
04/08/16

Juan Carlos Ferrero joins GPTCA

Juan Carlos Ferrero joins GPTCA GPTCA is pleased to announce that former ATP world no.1 and 2003 Roland Garros champion, Juan Carlos Ferrero, has joined our association as a Level A* member.   Ferrero won 16 titles during his amazing career, and reached 18 more finals, including the 2002 French Open and the 2003 US Open. He won Davis Cup.. more
04/07/16

GPTCA Course in Bettona Completed

GPTCA Course in Bettona Completed GPTCA C and B level course, along with the second course on the mental training, specialized in sport psychology, was held in Bettona, Italy, on June 24-26, 2016. The theoretical part of the course and practical classes were carried out in a picturesque historical town on a hill, the Etruscan fortified village, 15.. more
2020


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