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04/06/14

GPTCA represented in Cyprus

The GPTCA is now represented in Cyprus thanks to the appointment of its National President and vice president, Alberto Castellani and Luca Ceccatelli.

 

Luca is the GPTCA B level coach. In March 2014 he was appointed as the new National Coach of the Cyprus Tennis Federation, in charge of the Davis Cup, Fed Cup teams and of the national junior program. In the past he worked worldwide (especially in Japan) with many professional players and top juniors.

 

Ceccatelli and Alberto Castellani will conduct the first GPTCA course (C level) in Cyprus on October 17-19, 2014. 

 

Photo: Luca Ceccatelli (left) and president of the Cyprus Tennis Federation (right). 



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