Pro base


Tucked between Cannes and Monaco at the heart of the French Riviera, the Mouratoglou Academy enjoys an ideal climate for year-round tennis. Also known for its cutting-edge facilities, the Academy is the training base for some of the biggest names in the world of tennis. Attendees include Stefanos Tsitsipas, Simona Halep, Daniil Medvedev, Holger Rune, Coco Gauff, Alexei Popyrin, Cameron Norrie, and Victoria Azarenka who are often seen here preparing for ATP and WTA tournaments.


Victoria Barros: U14 singles Champion of Open Stade Francais, Paris (Category 1) and double champion of TCW Academy International, Waiblingen (Category 2) in 2022. Awarded “Overseas player of the year“ by Tennis Europe.

Knesia Efremova: U14 No. 1 in 2022, Winner of the Master’s Tennis Europe U14 in 2022, Semi-finalist of Les Petits As in 2023.

Svit Suljic: U12 Orange Bowl champion in 2021, U14 No. 2 in 2022, Semi-finalist in singles and doubles champion of Les Petits As in 2023.

Thijs Boogard: Won his 6th consecutive title at J300 San Jose in Costa Rica, becoming the youngest player to take home an ITF J300 title (G1), singles and doubles champion of Les Petits As in 2022.

Carel Aubriel Ngounoue: Champion of doubles and singles finalist of Les Petits As in 2022.

Clervie Magloire Ngounoue: No. 8 in Junior ITF world ranking in 2022, Orange Bowl champion in 2018, and double winner of the Junior Australian Open in 2022.

Michaela Laki: No. 9 in Junior ITF world ranking in 2022, Semi-finalist in 2 ITF W15 tournaments in Heraklion (Greece) in 2022, Semi-finalist of ITF W25 tournaments in Vrnjacka Banja (Serbia) & Heraklion (Greece) in 2023.

• Elsa Jacquemot: 2020 Junior World Champion in singles and winner of Junior Roland Garros in 2020. Ended 2022 as No. 143 in singles WTA rankings.