GPTCA, ATP Extend Partnership

  The Global Professional Tennis Coach Association (GPTCA) and the ATP World Tour are happy to announce that their partnership will be extended for three more years, from 1 January 2018 until 31 December 2020.

  The ATP will continue to certify the courses that the GPTCA organizes all around the world for coaches who wish to know more in depth many aspects of coaching professional tennis players, either on the Challenger Tour and to the ATP World Tour level.


  The GPTCA currently organizes courses in more than 20 countries and expects to grow in more areas. Chris Kermode, ATP Executive Chairman and President, said: “We are pleased to have renewed our agreement with the GPTCA for a further three years, and we look forward to further developing our partnership that offers ATP certified coaching courses around the world.”

  Alberto Castellani, President of the GPTCA, said: "We are privileged to renew our agreement with the ATP World Tour for further three years. The level of professionalism and respect that the ATP has in the sports world is outstanding, and we are delighted to be partners and have our coaching courses certified by the ATP”.


For any media questions, please contact Marcin Matysik, GPTCA Secretary, at


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