Felipe Ribeiro Frattini, Tour Pro

Felipe is from Sao Paulo, Brazil and has played competitive tennis for the last 15 years. As a player, he was ranked top 10 in the state of Sao Paulo in 12's, 14's 16's and 18's. In 2010, when he was only 17 years old, he won two ATP points and was ranked 1372 in the world. Subsequently, Felipe was recruited to play Division 1 tennis for the University of New Mexico. After two years he transferred and played for West Florida University where, with the team, he won the National Title. Felipe had the best record in the school’s history of 33-0.

Felipe has been teaching for the past 4 years working mainly with young kids and high level junior tennis players. Felipe was also the assistant coach for the University of West Florida when they won a conference and a regional title.

“I am a person who loves tennis and I consider myself very devoted to it. Since I was really young, I’ve enjoyed being in a tennis environment and today is no different. What I love the most about being a coach is that I have the chance to give back to the game of tennis. Also, I really enjoy the fact that I can make a difference in people's life; I have the chance to teach them and provide a good/fun experience with tennis.” - Felipe Frattini


Edberg Espinoza, Tour Pro

Edberg was born in Venezuela and started playing tennis at age 8. He competed in ITF juniors, interclub and futures tours. Edberg was a sparring partner of top 50 ATP players such as Potito Starace, David Ferrer and Marat Safin. Edberg was sub-director of the Bereda de lago Tennis Academy, and was also the coach of a top ten junior player in Venezuela.

Currently Eduardo is playing for Dalton State College which is ranked number 4 in the NAIA ranking list. He plays the number 1 position for the team in both singles and doubles. Besides, he is majoring in business and finance. Edberg has enjoyed working with different level of players and is looking forward to sharing his knowledge and experience with everyone at Triangle Tennis Club.