Our ACTC Ambassadors are fantastic, friendly and astute tennis professionals, passionate about the game and the All Court Tennis Club. Just as important, they’re passionate about giving our members the very best of tennis lifestyle in their cities.
If you’re looking to experience a local and global tennis lifestyle, your All Court Tennis Club provides.
To contact any of our ambassadors to fix up some coaching, a game or to find out more about any events happening in your city of choice, just contact us.
Feel you have what it takes to be an ACTC Ambassador? We’d love to hear from you.
With extensive experience in the UK tennis market and master of running both amateur and professional tournaments, our London ambassador achieved an ATP ranking of 680 (GB No 13), and continues to compete to a high level, reaching a World ranking high of No 2 in the 35+ age group. He’s a “tennispreneur” of the highest order.
Antoine was born in 1986 in Bourg en Bresse close to Lyon (France). He started playing tennis at age 4 and won the doubles in Junior French Championships.
Looking every bit the suave Parisian, the City of Lights ACTC ambassadoris a former ATP player (370 and #36 in France), and a former ATP coach for Julien Benneteau who during their time together reached the Wimbledon Doubles Finals and Semi Finals of ATP1000 in Paris, as well as defeating players of the calibre of Ferrer (#12 ATP), Carreno Busta (#15 ATP), Goffin (#10 ATP) and Cilic (#5 ATP).
A man of many talents – tv consultant for Prime Video during the French Open, producer for brands such as Lacoste, Evian, and Le Coq Sportif, he published his first book in 2020 and is currently writing his second one.
Our favourite Miamian, a former Division 1 tennis coach and player for his alma mater, Eastern Kentucky University, our ambassador in Miami oversaw the tennis program at Crandon Park Tennis Centre, Home of the Miami Open, until its recent move to the Hard Rock Stadium. With access to courts, clubs and more besides in the “Magic City”, you’ll be well-served for a tennis experience in this fun and burgeoning city.
A former ATP player ranked 310, our ambassador in the “city of dreams” or “Mayanagri” has big event experience, having run WTA and ATP championships in Mumbai and Pune. A member of the most prestigious racquets (and of course cricket) club in Mumbai, the Cricket Club of India, he is well connected to a tennis lifestyle in this vibrant and popular Indian destination.
A true world-class performer at the highest ATP level, our man in Madrid reached no. 18 in the world and defeated at the time future, contemporaries or past world no. 1’s rankings such as John McEnroe, Mats Wilander, Thomas Muster, Andre Agassi, Lleyton Hewitt, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Gustavo Kuerten, Carlos Moya, Jim Courier, Marcelo Rios and Roger Federer in their only match-up before our ambassador’s retirement. He still plays sublimely, winning the 2019 USTA National 40 Hard Court Championships.
A master coach and fully plugged into the racquets club scene in Las Vegas, our ambassador in the city that never sleeps is a member of the United States Professional Tennis Association and is on the USPTA Nevada Board of Directors. His coaching certifications include: Certified USPTA Professional 1; USTA Certified High Performance Coach; High Performance Certified Coach Sanchez Casal Academy, Barcelona.
SAO PAULO, Brazil
Sao Paulo is a beast of a city with some of the most dynamic restaurants, bars and clubs you’re likely to find, but what about getting on court in the largest city in South America? Not a problem with our Brazilian ambassador who runs tennis events and tournaments most weekends and in between coaches some of the hottest talent in the city. Whether living or visiting Sao Paulo, your tennis journey is covered with our ACTC ambassador.
If you are in Singapore, we’ve got just the tennis mentor and coach for you that redefines passion for the game. A true master and student of his craft, our man in Singapore believes that building a strong tennis foundation is paramount to success and his strength lies in identifying and working with the unique personality of each amateur player, creating individualised plans to maximise results. The 25 junior national champions who he has coached is testament to this.