Zara Lennon, one of the best Mauritian tennis players
After three years of training with Matteo, I can really say that I gained a lot. One of my biggest problem was my mindset. I was unsure of myself and very nervous on the court. I could not accept any of my mistakes. Thanks to the coaching, the trust he placed in me and the close friendly relationship that we developped during the training, I managed to gain confidence, control my mindset and be zen so that I could concentrate on more important things. Thus my tennis technique improved, i made progress and I was able to move forward. Without Matteo' s coaching, I would not have reached my actual tennis level.
Harold Mayot, 454 ATP
I had the chance to benefit from hot and humid weather in Mauritius and the tennis courts and the gym of the idyllic hotel " BeachComber Trou aux Biches " and from the professionalism of Mattéo Zinno, founder of the Mauritius Tennis Academy to prepare effectively for the challenger tournament of Noumea, which I will play from January 6, and the Australian Junior Open, the week of January 19-26
Jason is an Italian-Mauritian player he is now 1/6 at the french ranking and now a player of Mouratoglou Tennis Academy. Jason whom I trained for nearly 3 and a half years. Raised him from nothing to les Petit As (Mondial Lacoste), where for the first time in history a mauritian flag floats there.We had great adventures together from the funniest to the hardest (Tunisia, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Reunion Island, Italy, France) .We had great adventures together from the best to the hardest (Tunisia, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Reunion Island, Italy, France)