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Tennis Europe and Mouratoglou Academy extend partnership

Tennis Europe and Mouratoglou Academy extend partnership

Tennis Europe and the Mouratoglou Academy have officially extended their partnership for an additional two years. The collaboration began in 2016, and a key component of the partnership focuses on the identification and development of top juniors. The Academy will continue to provide free training weeks for exceptionally talented players from emerging nations, specifically those designated as Development countries.

Furthermore, the four winners of Tennis Europe’s Junior Masters tournament in Monte-Carlo are rewarded with a one-week stay at the Academy, where they can train alongside players such as Stefanos Tsitsipas, Coco Gauff, Holger Rune and the Fruhvirtova sisters, Brenda and Linda, all of whom have based themselves at the Academy whilst honing their games in recent years.

Another player to be based at the Academy is 14-year-old Junior Tour star Ksenia Efremova, champion at the Junior Masters in 2022, who just last week achieved the remarkable feat of becoming the youngest female winner of an ITF World Tennis Tour title in the past 20 years.

Situated in the breathtaking French Riviera, the Mouratoglou Academy stands as the premier tennis academy in Europe and is the only academy to be officially endorsed by the European Tennis Federation. Spanning 12 hectares of sports paradise, the academy boasts an impressive array of facilities, including 34 tennis courts, 4 padel courts, 4 swimming pools, a 4-star hotel, a spa, a country club, 2 fitness centers, and an innovative sports medicine center.

Academy Founder Patrick Mouratoglou is the former coach of 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams and creator of the Ultimate Tennis Showdown League of international events.


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