Over the course of his illustrious career, Clement N’Goran competed at every major ATP Tour event including the Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the U.S. Open in both singles and doubles, culminating his active professional competing years in 1999 winning the Championship of France Inter Club N1B with Club Stade Toulousain Tennis Department.
N’Goran started his Coaching career in 1997 at the International Tennis Academy (ITA) Delray-Beach, Florida. From 1999 through 2002, N’Goran was a Travelling Coach in Europe and in Africa for the International Tennis Federation for World Championships Under 18 (18, 16, 14 years old categories). N’Goran was in charge of Coaching and detection of young talents. He also participated in several world tennis coaching conferences (Tunisia, Morocco, Spain, and other countries). Since 2003, he has been a Tennis Coach for Club Stade Toulousain in charge of training the youth (10-18 years old) and adults.
From 2007 to 2010, N’Goran was Technical Director of the International Federation, Dakar, Senegal, and Director of the Academy Center, ITF and the African Tennis Confederation in Dakar. In 2009, N’Goran returned to his home country of Côte d’Ivoire with the determination and conviction to devote his global and professional experience to inspire and train future generations of champions from Côte d’Ivoire and other regional countries. N’Goran founded N’Goran Tennis Concept (NTC), a private Training Center and Tennis Club visited by great tennis players such as Yannick Noah.
N’Goran obtained a “Staff Certificate 1st Degree High Level Sportive Education” from the French Tennis Federation at Roland Garros in France, and a “Degree Level 2 of Coach” from the International Tennis Federation and the Confederation of African Tennis. N’Goran has expertise in all phases of the game, including diet, the correction of physical postures, and designing of high-level training programs.
In December 2019, Clement N’Goran was decorated with a Medal of Honor from the National Order of Sports Merit of Côte d’Ivoire as the greatest legend in the history of Ivorian tennis.
In 2020, N’Goran joined the Frog Hollow Racquet Club in Pennsylvania as Assistant Performance Director.