2017-present

GPTCA National President of Ecuador 

 

2016

Coach of Vasek Pospisil (ATP career-high of 25 in the world)  

 

2014-present

GPTCA National President of Egypt

 

2011-to-date
Directed and lectured high development training sessions for Top Egyptian Coaches/Parents

 

2010-to-date
Board member/Director of Technical Development Committee HCTA (Hillsborough County Tennis Association)

 

2008-to-date
Founder and Owner of ETSC Sports Management and Club Restructuring
 

2001-to-date
Owner/Director at Elsawy Tennis Center

Volunteer Assistant Coach (Men’s Tennis Team) at University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

 

1998-to-date
On Tour Traveling Coach

- Coached several top 10 ITF juniors
- Coached several top 70 ATP/WTA players

 

2011/2012
Captain of the Egyptian Davis Cup team

 

2011
- Coached the Egyptian National Team to a gold medal in African Games
- Coached the Egyptian National Team to a gold medal in Arabic Games
- Director of Technical Development for the Egyptian Tennis Federation
 

1998–2001
Director of player development and professional programs at Palmer Tennis Academy, Tampa FL
- Coached and mentored the top and professional programs

- Managed the top players and professionals and organized their tournaments

1998
Egyptian Tennis Federation
Coach and Captain of the Egyptian Davis Cup Team

 

1987-1998
Number one tennis player in Egypt for twelve consecutive years

Davis Cup player on the Egyptian Davis Cup team for twelve consecutive years

 

1993-1998
Played on the ATP tour for six years

 

1996
Bronze medalist in singles and doubles at African games

 

1994
Inducted in the L.S.U. hall of fame

 

1993
Turned Pro

 

1988
Bronze medalist at Mediterranean games

 

- Won two Challenger events and five satellite titles in singles
- Won five Challengers and four satellite titles in doubles

 

- Finished singles professional career ranked as #126 in the world
- Finished doubles professional career ranked as #127 in the world

 

- Highest ranked Egyptian tennis player in the past 34 years

- Second highest ranked Egyptian tennis player in history

 

- Played all four grand slams, and many other events including: Japan Open, Rome, Casablanca, Chennai, Mexican Open, Qatar Open, Copenhagen Open, Saint Petersburg...

 

Juniors
- Won his first men’s open national title at the age of 15 and became the youngest National Champion in Egyptian history
- Moved to the United States to pursue a college degree and a career in professional tennis
- Ranked top 20 in the world (1990), reaching fourth rounds in Wimbledon, US Open, and the Orange Bowl
 

 

2001
Degree in marketing at USF

 

Tamer El Sawy


Elsawy Tennis Center
Email: tamer@elsawytennis.com
Phone no.: 813-6799394
Website: www.elsawytennis.com