Head of Coaches for junior and ATP players

Coach of the ATP player Paolo Canè (moved from no.250 to no.30 in the ATP ranking)

Coach of junior players

Former Professional tennis player

Significant experience as a professional tennis player reaching top levels both nationally and internationally

Career High ATP ranking in singles no.205 / in doubles no.190

Participation in the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles

- Ranked in the Top 8 Italian tennis players between 1984 and 1990
- Semi-finalist (3rd classified) at the 1985 Absolute Italian Championships
- Runner-Up at the 1984 Italian Absolute Championships

Multiple participations in Grand Slam tournaments: Wimbledon, Roland Garros and Australian Open
Various participations in Master Series tournaments: Montecarlo, Nice, Johannesburg, Hamburg, Sydney, Prague, Rome, Milan, Barcelona

Winner of the 1983 Junior European Team Championship - Valerio Cup
Winner of the 1983 European Junior Doubles Championships
Winner of the 1985 Under 20 World Team Championship - De Galea Cup
Semi-finalist in the Pescara Challenger
Quarter-finalist in Challenger events of São Paulo, Brasilia, Durban, Rio de Janeiro
Winner of satellite tournaments of Umag, Cagliari, Bibiione, Syracuse

Career victories over players positioned at the top of the ATP rankings such as: Edberg, Novacek, Forget, Vajda, Stenlund, Pioline, Westphal, Cané, Camporese, Furlan, Ocleppo, C. Panatta, Champion, Fleurian, Oresar, Prpic, Dosedel, Tideman Cerkasov, Koevermans, Tous, Carbonell, Gaudenzi
During his career he has received many awards including:
- Best sportsman Umbro 1983
- Seals of the city of Perugia as 1979 European Champion
- Master ad Honorem for sporting merits from the Italian Tennis Federation 1994

F.I.T Honorary Master

July 1992
F.I.T Coach


Law School, University of Perugia

Accountant, Commercial Technical Institute “Ada Colabello” - Formia (LT)

Manager and CEO in various Italian Industrial companies

Member of the CDA of Confindustria Perugia legno

Together with all the best Italian tennis players of the 70s and 80s, he founded the Mario Belardinelli alumni association and was elected Executive President

Michele Fioroni

Email: fioroni65@gmail.com