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Tennistränare Stockholm
Fernando Polanco Khoury
Founder and Tennis Coach

Former college tennis player (Div 1 NCAA) with many years of coaching experience in the US, Caribbean and Sweden at all levels and ages. He has been working at Tennisstadion for many years where he previously was the head coach for adults and juniors at the Stockholm Tennis Academy (STA) for 6 years. He had also worked at ELTK with the adults and promising juniors such as Lisa Zaar and Nikola Slavic before coaching full time at Tennisstadion. 
Started playing at age 8. Became part of the national team in his teens, touring Central America, the Caribbean and US performing in ITF and USTA tournaments. Moved to United States at 17 after obtaining an athletic/academic scholarship. Worked in business development and market research after finishing studies. He studied entrepreneurship and innovation at the Stockholm School of Economics and KTH.  
Became a certified European Professional (RPT) coach from the Academia Sanchez-Casal in Florida while working as head coach for Club Med. Loves windsurfing and beach sports



• Stockholm Tennis Academy, SE
• Enskede Lawn Tennisklubb, Stockholm, SE
• Club Med ATP Tour Clinic Group 1, Punta Cana, DR
• Paul Scarpa Tennis Academy, South Carolina, USA
• Port Charlotte Tennis Club, Florida, USA
• Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy

Tennis Highlights

• Quarterfinals at The Clemson Invitational   
• 1st place at USTA Plantation Designated Men’s Open Champs in Venice, Fl.  
• Quarterfinals at the Southeastern Collegiate Invitational in Wake Forest, NC.  
• Quarterfinals at the Wofford´s Men´s Fall Championship  
• 1st place at the USTA Sanibel Island Junior Tennis in Sanibel, Fl in the 16’s.  
• Semi-finalist at the USTA Billy Stearns Champs in the 18’s.  
• Performed in ITF World Youth Cup w/DR National Team Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.  
• ITF Merengue Cup Semifinalist in the 14's                 



• Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship (SSE / KTH)
• Bachelor of Business, Furman University, USA (Div 1 NCAA)

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