GPTCA Course ATP Certified Athens
Level C&B Course completed The C and B Level Course was held in Athens, Greece last weekend. Presenting speakers included Toni Nadal, Alberto Castellani, Bogdan Obradovic, Vuk Brajovic, Maria Pavlidou
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GPTCA Coaching Courses ATP Certified
Dates: 10-12 March 2017
Location: Ecali Club, Athens (Ecali Club)
GPTCA Level C
GPTCA Level B
Additional Course: Mental Coaching
Speakers: Toni Nadal, Alberto Castellani, Bogdan Obradovic all Level A Coaches GPTCA
TONI NADAL - SPAIN
Uncle and Coach of the 14 Grand Slam Champion Rafael Nadal.
Uncle and Coach of Rafael Nadal (1990-present), his Mentor, Strategist and Emotional anchor. He is the most successful coach in the history of tennis in terms of Grand Slam titles, winning 14 Grand Slam trophies with Rafael Nadal along with 69 ATP titles and Olympic Singles Gold Medal in Beijing and Doubles Gold Medal in Rio. He is also a GPTCA Board Member.
ALBERTO CASTELLANI - ITALY
GPTCA President since August 2010.
National President of the GPTCA Italy and Morocco. During his more than 30 years activity as a professional high-level coach, he took part in more than 300 ATP events, challengers, Grand Slams and Master 1000 events. Coach of a number of ATP Top 100 players including: Marc Rosset, Janko Tipsarevic, Ivo Karlovic , Hicham Arazi , Karim Alami, Adrian Voinea, Rainer Schuettler (his mental coach), Attila Savolt.
BOGDAN OBRADOVIC - SERBIA
Former Davis Cup Captain of Serbia and Visiting Professor at College of Sports and Health.
In 1978 he began to practice tennis at TK “Red Star”. Huge experience acquired in professional tournaments: Wimbledon, U.S. Open, Australian Open, Rolland Garros.
Work with top professional players: Novak Djokovic, Nenad Zimonjic, Janko Tipsarevic, Boris Pasanski and currently involved in working with the most talented junior players, such as Nikola Milojevic, Pedja Krstin, Filip Krajinovic.Successful long-term cooperation with world-renowned coaches: Nikola Pilic, John Evert, Dirk Hordorf, Allon Khakshouri.
For almost a decade he was Serbia Davis Cup Captain and during 2010 his team won a historic title for Serbia, Davis Cup, by then the biggest success of Serbian tennis.