Since its inception in 1996, the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy has been developing a result-oriented culture while pursuing a quest for performance. For that purpose, we apply an individual coaching method with each of our ’Elite Team’ players. However, the objective remains the same for all: prepare them to make it to the professional tour.

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Since its inception in 1996, the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy has been developing a result-oriented culture while pursuing a quest for performance. For that purpose, we apply an individual coaching method with each of our ’Elite Team’ players. However, the objective remains the same for all: prepare them to make it to the professional tour.

Moreover, the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy and the professional ATP and WTA tours go hand in hand. Thanks to its ideal location between Cannes and Monaco, state-of-the-art infrastructure (including 34 clay and hard courts, a medical center and a fitness center) and mild climate unique to the French Riviera, the world’s best professional tennis players have chosen the Academy as the ideal training ground to perfect their game and prepare for tournaments.

 

Consequently, high-profile players such as Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic, Grigor Dimitrov, Andy Murray, Milos Raonic, Timea Babos or Alexandr Dolgopolov have been spotted training at the Academy. They practice alongside with pro Mouratoglou Tennis Academy players Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alizé Cornet, Jérémy Chardy, Natalia Vikhlyantseva and Alexei Popyrin. The faces you’ll get used to seeing in the coming years are developing here, too: Chun Hsin Tseng, the 2018 Australian Open Boys’ finalist, often comes here to train, just like 2017 U.S. Open Girls’ finalist Cori Gauff and many others.

 

To sum up, the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy serves as a global hub for professional players, from tour aspirants to world number ones.

 

A few figures:

 

Since its inception in 1996, the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy has:

  • Clinched 10 Grand Slam titles (Serena Williams)
  • Helped more than 40 players integrate the ATP & WTA top 100 (including Grigor Dimitrov, the current world No. 4)
  • Shaped 4 junior world number ones (Gilles Muller, Marcos Baghdatis, Daria Gavrilova and Stefanos Tsitsipas)
  • Won 7 junior Grand Slam titles (Mario Ancic, Marcos Baghdatis, Gilles Muller, Paul Henri Matthieu, Daria Gavrilova, Elizaveta Kulichkova and Alexei Popyrin

 

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