Co-Founder - Head Coach
Albert started playing tennis at the age of 7 and thanks to his daily efforts, perseverance and passion for the sport, he turned professional at 19.
As an example of his consistency, he was in the top 100 ATP for 10 years, 7 of which were consecutive.
His greatest success in singles came during the ATP Masters Series in Hamburg (2001). Other remarkable ATP final tournaments came in San Marino, Sopot and Barcelona (his first final in 1997). This final marked the beginning and the end of his professional career.
In doubles he won the ATP title in Umag and reached three other finals (in Santiago, with theother two also in Umag).
During his professional career he also won 8 Challenger Tournaments: Prague, Cairo, Barcelona, Furth and Vigo to name just a few. He also played in 11 other finals.
In doubles he won 12 Challenger Tournaments,including Tashkent, Graz, Venice, Braunschweig and Barcelona. He also played in 10 other finals. In most of them, his doubles partner was German Puentes.
In 2007 he was runner-up at the Spanish Championships in singles.
Albert started as a tennis coach in 2008:training, mentoring and travelling with payers during their junior career as well as their professional career: for example, Daniela Hantuchova (10 WTA), Pablo Andujar (20 ATP), Pere Riba (60 ATP), Cagla Buyukakcay (60 WTA) and Marco Trungelliti (115 ATP)
“Despite not having a promising future at junior level and not having natural talent, the desire to become a part of Professional Tennis was stronger and got me through several difficulties like long term injuries, bad moments…but in the end I fulfilled my dream.”
Desire and willpower can overcome anything.”
Co-Founder - Head Coach
German started playing tennis when he was only 6, displaying motivation and passion. He went through all the levels of tennis, starting at beginners level through to juniors, then playing National tournaments combined with some Satellites (now called Futures).
In the years that followed he combined Satellite tournaments and Challengers.
He finally reached professional level, playing ATP tournaments, winning himself a place among the top 100 players. His dream became reality.
At the beginning, his most impressive results were: Catalonian Champion and Spanish Junior finalist. During his professional career he won 8 Satellite tournaments (Mallorca, Murcia, Anella, Norte…) He also won several titles at Challenger level, such as Linz, Ulm, Barletta... He was a semifinalist at the ATP tournament in Prague and quarter finalist in several other ATP tournaments like Casablanca and Bastad.
In doubles he won 10 Challenger titles (Venice, Braunschweig, Barcelona, Furth, Barletta...)
He also played in 9 other finals in Graz, Zagreb, Sao Paolo, Seville, Santiago, Montevideo... He also reached the semi-finals at the ATP tournaments in Acapulco and Bastad (Sweden)
At most of the tournaments he partnered Albert Portas.
In 1993 he was a semi-finalist at the Spanish Championships in singles.
German became a coach in 2004, since then he has been traveling to ETA, ITF, ATP and WTA tournaments, sharing his experiences with a players of all levels, juniors or younger, turning many of them into professional players. Since they started this new Project called Ad in Tennis Academy with Albert Portas, he has worked with Maria Sakkari (30 WTA) and Sara Sorribes (64 WTA Singles and 40 WTA Doubles)
“It wasn’t an easy journey, but luckily, tennis has no age barriers I could fulfill the dream I had since I was a young boy. At the end that was what gave me the strength to keep on going during difficult times and enabled me to keep my head up. I want to thank everyone (especially my family) and in particular, my wife, who believed in me every step of the way.”
Professional: 1999 - Present
National coach, international coach, and sports entity management.
Jordi has worked in prestigious academies in Spain, training players in different stages, Tennis Europe, ITF, ATP, in addition to exercising technical management in renowned schools in Spain. He has a degree as a National coach, international coach and sports entity management.
He has worked with players like Andy Murray (1 ATP), Jesse Huta Galung (91 ATP) and Gilles Muller (58 ATP, with which he reached two ATP finals, Washington and Los Angeles)
Professional: 2003 - Present
Dani has been working in several prestigious academies in Barcelona for more than 15 years, despite his youth he has trained throughout all these years obtaining the titles of National Coach by the FCT, Professional Coach by the RPT and APE, Certificate from the association of professional of tennis in Spain.
With a lot of dedication and vocation Dani Has devoted himself to tennis as a coach.He got experience in the different circuits of our sport like ETA,ITF,WTA and ATP.During all these years he has worked with Pablo Andujar (32 ATP), Eduardo Struvay (158 ATP), Pepe Checa (231 ATP), Alexander Ward (242 ATP), Jordi Samper (179 ATP). Finally on the WTA circuit with players like Andrea Gamiz (242 WTA), Despina Papamichail (260 WTA), Andrea Lazaro (315 WTA) and Irene Burillo (331 WTA).
Professional: 2000 - Present
Andreu Guilera has really passion for this sport,his struggle to stay in the elite of tennis let him to overcome various injuries to get back on track, but this time instructing the most important figures of the Spanish scene like Garbiñe Muguruza, with whom he worked for two years, no less important are players like Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez, Nuria Llagostera-Vives, Lourdes Dominguez Lino, Arantxa Parra-Santonja singles or Alexandra Cadantu ,all of them on the top 100 WTA.
On his last stage he was working with Silvia Soler (54 WTA and FED CUP player in several matches).
Professional: 2001 - Present
Carlos holds a degree in Physical Education and another one in Physical Activity and Sports Science. He also has completed two Masters: first one of High Performance (UB) and another one of Osteopathy. Moreover, he teaches about rehabilitation of injuries at the University of Girona and he works as an osteopath in his own center.
He has been working for more than 10 years with professional players, standing out Magdalena Rybarikova (20 WTA), Ana Ivanovic (10 WTA), Elena Bovina (10 WTA), Maria Sakkari (30 WTA) and Sara Sorribes (64 WTA Singles and 40 WTA Doubles).
Professional: 1992 - Present
David has over 25 years of experience training at pretigious academies in Europe.
He has worked with young players competing in ETA and ITF circuits. During this period, he has also worked with professional tennis players, standing out Pablo Andujar (30 ATP), Marco Trungelliti (115 ATP), Anna Smashnova (15 WTA), Romina Oprandi (40 WTA) and Regina Kulikova (80 WTA).
Professional: 2011 - Present
Marc has been working as a coach for more than 8 years.He has worked in prestigious academies in Spain and China being the responsible in the groups ETA,ITF Junior and Futures.
In all these years, he has obtained the title of National Coach by the FCT and National Referee.
He has trained professional tennis players like Andrea Lazaro (315 WTA), Paula Arias (28 ITF Junior).
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