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Ion Tiriac, Famous Lawn Tennis Player and Businessman

Ion Tiriac
Famous Lawn Tennis Player and Businessman

Born: May 9, 1939, Brasov

Nationality: Romanian


  • Institute for Physical Education and Sports, Bucharest, Physical Education Teacher

Professional titles: Merited Master of Sport

Professional career and managerial activity

  • 1972 - 1983 - Coach, manager, promoter
  • 1983 up to the present:
    • Coach and manager of famous tennis players, such as: Ilie Nastase, Guillermo Villas, Henri Leconte, Boris Becker, Mary Joe Fernandez, Anke Huber and Goran Ivanisevic
    • Sports promoter in the U.S.A. and Europe and technical consultant of many companies in the same field
    • Manager of the first class ATP and WTA tennis tournaments, such as: Eurocard Open, Ausrian Open, Italian Open, Faber Grand Prix and Open Romania
    • Adviser, coordinator and policy maker of the ATP World Championships organized in Hannover by Expo 2000 (World Business Exhibition) for the period 1996 - 2000
    • Adviser of the German Tennis Federation for the organization of the Davis Cup events in Germany
    • Holder and marketer-with Rupert Murdock (News International) - of the broadcasting rights of the last three World Swimming Championships
    • Investor and businessman

Sports participation: (1964-1972)

  • Member of the National Ice Hockey team, representing Romania at the Winter Olympic Games Insbruck 1964
  • 150 participations as a tennis player in the Davis Cup, including 3 Cup Finals, together with Ilie Nastase
  • 9 times Romania's National Lawn Tennis Champion
  • 40 international titles in tennis competitions, in single and double events

Sports Administration

  • Honorary President of the Romanian Tennis Federation


  • "Work Merit Order" First Class

Foreign Languages

  • English, French, Italian, German, Spanish


  •  c/o Romanian Olympic Committee, str. Otetari nr. 2, 70206 Bucharest, Romania

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