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Diego Moyano- Natonal Coach, Men's Tennis

Diego Moyano
Diego Moyano joined Player Development in June, 2010. Moyano, of Buenos Aires, Argentina, played professionally from 1997-2005 and won four ATP Challenger singles titles, all on clay (in addition, he reached four other finals and five other semifinals). He also qualified for the main draw of the 1999 French Open, and reached a career-high No. 130 on the ATP Tour rankings in 2000. He has worked with 2004 French Open finalist Guillermo Coria, 2007 Australian Open finalist Fernando Gonzalez, and American Robby Ginepri. He, also, worked with Paul Capdeville, Diego Hartfield, and Carlos Berlocq. As USTA Lead National Coach he worked with Ryan Harrison and Denis Kudla.  He speaks four languages: English, Spanish, Italian and French.
 
 

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