Segal Becomes GPTCA President for Argentina and Chile
The GPTCA is pleased to announce Prof. Fernando Segal as its new National President for Argentina and Chile. In his new position, Fernando Segal will leverage his extensive experience to lead and manage the GPTCA's presence in the two countries.
"Fernando has tremendous expertise in tennis coaching as well as educational and management leader for countries, coaches and tennis players," says Alberto Castellani, the GPTCA President. "He comes to GPTCA with more than 30 years of experience, an extensive network and valuable insights that will help take our organization to the next level."
"It’s a great privilege for me to become the GPTCA President for Argentina and Chile," says Prof. Fernando. "My primary goal is to create opportunities for tennis coaches to learn and become better coaches and to develop an win/win environment for everyone. I believe that GPTCA courses certified by ATP are a must for those who want to stay up-to-date with the latest advances in modern tennis."
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