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22/02/17

GPTCA represented in Hungary

GPTCA represented in Hungary    The GPTCA is now represented in Hungary thanks to the appointment of its National President, Attila Savolt, who is a professional tennis coach currently coaching the top Hungarian tennis player Marton Fucsovics.      Savolt was a Top 60 player. With his long-time coach Alberto.. more
16/02/17

C Level Course in Budapest completed

C Level Course in Budapest completed    The C Level international coaching course certified by ATP was held on February 10-12 in Bok Arena, in Budapest, during the Hungarian Challenger Open.      An impressive set of expert speakers included Toni Nadal (former coach of Rafael Nadal), Magnus Norman (former world no.2 player and.. more
14/02/17

Elite Tennis Journal’s New Editor in Chief

Elite Tennis Journal’s New Editor in Chief    The GPTCA announced today that Robert Davis, the publication’s most prolific contributor who helped shape its voice, is the new editor in chief of Elite Tennis Journal. Davis, who is also an experienced ATP coach, succeeds Marcin Matysik, who moved from editor in chief to publisher of the.. more
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