Amelie Mauresmo

Amelie Mauresmo

Tournament Director, Roland-Garros

Amelie Mauresmo is a French former professional tennis player, and former world No. 1. She has won two Grand Slam singles titles at the Australian Open and at Wimbledon and won a Silver Medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics. Amelie entered the professional circuit at the adolescent age of 15. After a couple of years of excelling on the junior tour, she began to make a name for herself as one of the top young tennis players in the world.

In her post-playing career, Amelie Mauresmo has continued to stay involved with the game of tennis. She started a career as a coach and trainer, and she’s worked successfully with top-tier women’s players Victoria Azarenka and Marion Bartoli. In June 2014, Amelie joined forces with Andy Murray as his new coach, making her the first female coach to train a professional men’s player. She’s also a part-time commentator for EuroSport as a tennis analyst.

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