Master Coach at the John McEnroe Tennis Academy at Sportime-Long Island

- Head coach of Crescent country Club at Huntington during the Summer 2018
- Part of Cannon Kingsley (#1 American Juniors player) team in preparation for Wimbledon Juniors where he reached the third round
- At the Us Open 2018, Wael joined Team Ons Jabeur (Career High WTA ranking #82) to qualify for the Main Draw of US Open

Tunisian Fed Cup Coach in Montenegro with players Ons Jabeur and Chiraz Bechri

Tunisian National Coach working with Juniors and U14 teams
- African Champion, qualified for U14 World Cup as a captain of the Tunisian national team U14

- Private Coach of Anis Ghorbel (reached #479 in ATP singles ranking and #307 in doubles)

- Private coach of Genesis Whitelock, who got from unranked player to the top 10 U12 in Florida during the cooperation

- Practiced and worked in the best academies in the world with the best coaches and pro players (Coaches: Patrick Mouratoglou, Jorde Aressi, Daniel Contet, Guillaume Peyere, Maria Cercone, Stefano Capriati, Steve Hill; Players: Felix Mantilla, Younes El Aynaoui, Marcos Baghdatis, Pere Riba, Malek Jaziri, Jennifer Capriati...)

- Head Coach at Bardmoor Tennis Academy

- Worked as a Head Coach at Seminole Lake Country Club

- Head Coach for Boys and Girls at Northside Christian High School at St Petersburg, Florida

- Coached Jennifer Capriati (former WTA #1, Olympic champion, three-time S winner)

- Worked with his brother Majed Kilani (Tunisian-African Champion and a top junior and college player)

- Worked with America Internationale company, coaching top foreign junior players looking to attend D1 universities




ATP Career High in singles #1027 / in doubles #774
Turned Pro in 2004, retired in 2011

- Former Tunisian Davis Cup Team Member (made debut at the age of 17)
- Former Tunisian #1 tennis player
- Won the Tunisian championship in singles in all categories and ages (twice in juniors and twice in Men's)
- Won the Tunisian championship in doubles and with his team, the Tennis club of Tunis, many times
- Played against top 100 players like Sargis Sargsian, Marcos Baghdadis, Claude N’Goran, Rik De Voest...
- Runner-up in the state of Florida Championship (2011) in singles and doubles
- Won the Big East championship (2009), undefeated; qualified for the NCAA and was chosen as a Big East freshman of the year
- Recruited by the University of South Florida (2008) with full scholarship; competed in the college division 1 as #1 player for four years
- Won a bronze medal (2005) in the Men’s African championship at the age of 18 and a gold medal for Tunisia in team competition (b.Algeria in the final) with his partner and former top 100 player Malek Jaziri
- Won the Prince Cup Championship juniors in Miami, Florida (2004), and a few ITF juniors singles and doubles titles (recorded victories in singles over Joao Souza, Jurgen Zopp, Gastao Elias; in doubles against Ruben Bemelmans and Aleksandr Dolgopolov)
- African Champion U18 in doubles with partner Slah Mbarek
- African champion U16 in singles
- Arabic champion in singles, doubles and teams
- Former #69 Junior player with three Grand Slam participations - US Open, Australian Open and Wimbledon
- Top 50 D1 as a college player in the United States

Tennis Integrity Protection Programme (TIPP) by TIU (valid till July 2022)

USPTA Elite Professional

GPTCA B-Level International Coach

PTR (Professional Tennis Registry) Coach

Degree in Business Management from the University of South Florida (3.2 GPA)

Wael Kilani

Email: wael_kilani@hotmail.fr