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Leo Azevedo - Tennis Coach

Sao Paulo

Leo Azevedo

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  • Level A GPTA(maximum Level )
  • Professional Level : USPTA Maximum level)
  • Level 4 Brazil (maximum level)
  • Professional Level PTR (maximum level)

Coaching times & fees
  • Please contact Leo direct via email or WhatsApp.
  • He can be contacted via WhatsApp on +5511941147755
  • Or you can contact him using email on leoazevedotennis@gmail.com



Fluent in Portuguese, English and Spanish

  • 2008: Coach or the Brazil Tennis Team at the Olympic Games in China .
  • 2007: Coach of the year in Brazil .
  • 2016 – 2017 : Davis Cup Junior Captain USA boys .
  • Speaker in more than 30 events worldwide (Brazil , Spain , USA, England and Scotland ).

August 2021 – Present: Head Coach of Rede Tênis Brasil
  • Program that has the best juniors in Brazil, some of them the best in South America and with results worldwide.
  • Responsible for around 16 juniors players and Coach of The professional Luisa Stefani.
2019 – 2021: Head Coach of the LTA National Center in Scotland / Tennis Scotland .
  • Responsible for designing the program and travelled with the best British juniors (from 12 to 17).

2017- 2019: Responsible for the High Perfomance Player at BTT(Spain) and coach of Felipe Meligeni and Orlando Luz.

2009 – 2017: Lead National Coach USTA .
  • Worked directly with 4 Number 1 ITF Juniors (Cici Bellis, Sebastian Korda , Claire Liu, Kayla Day)
  • Responsible for the centre in California from 2010 to 2014.
  • Travelled with many top 100: Taylor Dent, Donald Young , Bradley Khlan, Melaine Oudin, Etc..

2007-2008: Full time Coach or Thomas Bellucci (Top 100, from 240 to 67 ATP)

2007: Full time Coach of Flavio Saretta (top 100)

2003-2006: Coach at Equelite-Juan Carlos Ferrero Academy. When was Guillermo García-Lopez coach in 2005 and part of Juan Carlos Ferrero’s team in 2005