Juan Carlos Bianchi

Juan Carlos Bianchi brings a broad range of expertise and ability as a coach to High Performance Sports Management. Juan Carlos started playing tennis in 1977 at the age of seven years old at Casa Italia Club in Maracay-Venezuela.

PLAYING-CAREER HIGLIGHTS

TOURING PROFESSIONAL

Highest Singles ATP ranking: 384 (September 19, 1994)

Highest Doubles ATP Ranking: 171 (May 6, 1996)

Olympic Games, Atlanta 1996, Doubles (partnering with Nicolas Pereira)

Venezuelan Davis Cup Team (1987,1998,1989,1990,1991,1994,1995, and 1996)

COLLEGIATE TENNIS

Highest NCAA Singles Ranking: 9

Highest NCAA Doubles Ranking:7

University of Alabama #1 Singles and Doubles player

1993 MVP University of Alabama Tennis Team

1993 NCAA “Player to Follow”

1993 All American NCAA Doubles

1992 Southeastern Conference Doubles Champion

AMATEUR TENNIS

Top 50 ITF World Ranking (1988)

Coffee Bowl Singles Champion, Costa Rica (1987 and 1988)

Coffee Bowl Doubles Runner Up, Costa Rica (1987)

Played at the US Open (1987)

Asuncion Bowl Doubles Runner Up, Paraguay (1987)

Venezuelan National Games, Singles and Doubles Gold Medalist, Aragua (1987)

Venezuelan National Games, Singles and Doubles Gold Medalist, Carabobo (1985)

World Youth Cup, Third Place, Kobe, Japan (1985)

National Champion Under 10,12,14,16,18

COACHING AND MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE

CAREER IN VENEZUALA

BIANCHI TENIS (Maracay,VE)

Founder and Director of Bianchi Tenis. An academy for children, youth, and adults of all levels. The academy was the main powerhouse in the city of Maracay-Venezuela with several juniors ranked in the top ten nationally (1998-2009)

CAREER IN USA

LAKE CANE TENNIS CENTER (Orlando, FL)

Director of High Performance, (2009-2011)

MIDTOWN ATHLETIC CLUB (Weston, FL)

Director of Junior Tennis, (2012 to 2013)

PROFESSIONAL COURSES

USPTR certification -Professional rating (1996-2012)

Methods of the Argentinean Tennis Association, Caracas-Venezuela (2005)

Venezuelan coaches update, Caracas-Venezuela (2004-2005)

Summary ITF Bangkok Workshop, Caracas-Venezuela (2002)

South American ITF Symposium, Margarita-Venezuela (2000)

ATP Tour University, Miami (1996)