ProWorld Tennis Academy has a hand in creating champions. Imagine training next to a Grand Slam player? Our inspiring environment has made ProWorld one of the top training locations for professional tennis players during their on and off seasons.
World renowned coaches will deliver professional instruction and drive our athletes to reach their maximum potential.
Every year before the tennis season starts, ProWorld Tennis Academy prepares its pro athletes with an intense Pre-Season Program.
This year ProWorld Tennis Academy signed another world-class coach to join the team… former Top 100 ATP player, Eric Prodon.
Eric joins ProWorld’s elite coaching staff and together with Cyril Saulnier and Horacio Rearte, will create the ultimate Pre-Season Training Camp.
The program will address technical adjustments and tactical implementations to give our players the strongest start possible.
Confidence is key for a professional athlete. We want our athletes to know and feel that they are mentally and physically ready to endure the demands of a full season.
Join our team and see why so many of the top pros come and train with us to prepare for the long road ahead.
Why Join ProWorld Tennis Academy?
Top Coaching – World renowned coaches will deliver professional instruction and drive our athletes to reach their maximum potential.
Our System – To reach full potential, athletes must train in an organized system that focuses on each individual personally. No two athletes are the same.
Pro Athletes – ProWorld Tennis Academy has a hand in creating champions. Imagine training next to a Grand Slam player? Our inspiring environment has made ProWorld one of the top training locations for professional tennis players during their on and off seasons.
Environment – The training atmosphere created by our inspiring team of coaches and hard working athletes from around the world is unmatchable.
Facility – World-class private facilities where athletes can train, eat and sleep. 18 hard and clay courts, gym with the latest equipment, a club house with all the amenities to provide our players with the highest level of training.
Florida Lifestyle – What better place to train than South Florida? With year long sunshine, beautiful beaches and Miami just around the corner. It’s no wonder Delray Beach is the tennis capital of the world and home to many of the top tennis pros.
Glad to have at the ProWorld Tennis Academy such nice people and such world-renowned coaches as Emmanuel Planque, Jean Marc Leboscq and former Gustavo “Guga” Kuerten coach Larry Pasos.
Let’s not forget in the picture world class players Tamira Pazseck, Sonya Kenin and Lucas Pouille.
Good luck to them at the U.S. Open!
Our team of world-class coaches will help you believe in yourself. It is your drive that sets you apart, and as your success continues to unfold our dedication will follow, supporting you through every challenge and celebrating you with every victory.
ProWorld Tennis congratulates Adrian Mannarino and Coach Eric Prodon! Adrian, after defeating Zverev in the first round, played rock solid to upset Fabio Fognini 7-6, 6-3 at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells.
Eric Prodon is a French tennis professional that reached an amazing career high of #83 in the ATP tour ranking. Prodon’s career on the pro tour was a rocky one with rankings ranging from the 200’s and 300’s throughout 200 and 2005 but injuries kept him off the court for quite some time. He spent most of 2006 ranked outside the top 500.
Prodon returned to the tour in mid-February 2007, ranked #683, and won Italy F1 in his first tournament back from a 10-month layoff. His ranking continued to slip, despite some Futures success, and by the time he got to Scotland for a Futures tournament in May, he was #721.
But he then went on a tear on the Futures circuit, winning 4 of 7 titles and finishing as the runner-up in the other three while touring Scotland, Algeria, Poland, Belarus, and France, compiling a 32-3 match record during that stretch, to improve his ranking to #290 by mid-July.
Prodon continued to be injury-free and making some progress in early 2008. He started the year winning a Challenger in Miami. In May, Prodon was given a Wild Card entry into the French Open. Prodon was coached by Cyril Saulnier.