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PATRICIO APEY BIO



    1954
    • Chilean Junior Champion.
    • Consultant for Prince Manufacturing Company, Sergio Tacchini sportswear,
      KIM (British American Tobacco Company).
    • United States Professional Tennis Association, registered pro since 1965.
    • Fluent in five languages.
    1957
    • Chilean Davis Cup Team, South American Junior Champion, semifinalist at Junior Wimbledon
    1957-1963
    • Toured the world professional tennis circuit.
    1963-1967
    • Coach of the Bolivian Junior and Davis Cup team (four South American titles).
    1970
    • Coach of the Chilean team (five South American titles three world titles).
    • Tennis Director, Sonesta Beach Hotel.
    1972-1978
      Produced the first Latin American tennis circuit, Lan Chile Mini Grand Prix (Eight Countries).
    1973
    • Sonesta changed its name to Sonesta Beach Hotel and Tennis Club because of increased tennis activity (from three courts to twelve)

    1974
    • Founder of Tennis International (the leading tennis boutique in South Florida).

    1976
    • Ranked by Miami Magazine as one of the top ten tennis coaches in the world.

    1978
    • Peru sent its girls’ team to Miami for coaching and became World Champions in December.

    1979
    • Patricio Apey’s Tennis Academy founded.

    1980
    • Owner and President of Miami Racquet Club.
    1984
    • Produced the Varig Classic of Key Biscayne. Sabatini and the Varig furthered Key Biscayne’s reputation as an ‘Island Tennis Paradise’.
    • Tennis Director of Sheraton Royal Biscayne in Key Biscayne, Florida.
    • Coach of Gabriela Sabatini (One World litle).

    1984-1995
    • Produced the Varig Classic ($25,000 Women’s Professional event).
    • Patricio Apey as a coach:
    • Nine World titles (eleven in the last ten years).
    • Twenty-seven South American titles.
    • Twenty-nine Orange Bowl titles.

    1985
    • Considered one of the top three tennis coaches in the world.
    • Coach of the following world champions: Mercedes Paz, Patricia Tarabini and Bettina Fulco.

    1989
    • Coached the following players: Samantha Smith, Noelle Van Lottum, Hellas ter Riet, Sisi Albinus, Petra Schmitt, Silvia La Fratta.
    • Additional international players from the following countries were coached: Malasia, Japan, Taiwan, Venezuela, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Holand, France, Spain, Denmark, Hungary, England, Italy, Peru, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Bolivia and Paraguay.
    • This group contributed to the purchase of seventeen properties on Key Biscayne.

    1990-1992
    • Produced Sonesta Cup ($10,000 Women’s Professional event).

    1994-1995
    • TV comentator for TNT.
    1992-1996
    • Coached several International Jr. players. 1997 TV comentator for ESPN.
    1997-2006
    • Tennis Director Marriot Hotel.
    1998
    • Produced Prince Cup World ranking Jr. event.
    • Produced Lan Chile Cup ($10,000 women's int'1 event).
    1999
    • Coaching several pro-players.
    • Inducted into Miami-Dade Tennis Hall of Fame.
    2003
    • Captain of Chilean Fed Cup Team
    2007
    • Tennis director of Miccosukee Golf and Country Club.
    2011
    • Named in the 100th Best Latinos in Florida.

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