Born in Petion-Ville, Haiti, December 21, 1970: Harold was introduced to the game of tennis at the age of twelve. He found the most enjoyable moments in his life on the tennis court, as he rose to be the number 4 ranked player in his native country Haiti. After completing his Bachelors Degree in Humanitarian Studies, he decided to follow his dream and compete in Satellite and Challenger tournaments in the Caribbean and the United States. He was named as the traveling coach in 1997 for Haiti's junior tennis team as they competed in NTT games (World Junior Tennis Competition). He continued his successful coaching career by obtaining his USPTA - P1 or Elite Professional certification and High Performance coaching credential. Harold has worked with several players including Kelsey Laurente, 2009 Orange Bowl runner up 16's , Roberto Livi, a current freshman at the University of St. Johns, spent two years training Sean Wei, current number 1 junior player in the 14's, Eastern Section. My experience over the years includes all levels of competition including the Orange Bowl, World Junior Tennis Championships, Davis Cup and Nationals. With his passion for the game, he continues to bring out the best in his students, improve their skills, and revive the glory days of their tennis experience.
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Harold can access your abilities Pinpoint your weaknesses and create drills that allow you to improve. As a senior player who has competed for many years with many pros I can hardly endorse Harold as a superior teacher ,
Harold is an outstanding pro: quick to identify weaknesses; skilled at finding ways to address them; enthusiastic and totally professional at all times. Whatever your age or skill level, he can help you make major improvements. He loves tennis, loves to teach, and has the experience to bring excellence to the court. You will not find a better pro, for adults or young players.
The first meeting start with an evaluation process to find out where the student needs some improvements.
I'm a certified United States Tennis Professional Association.