Staff

Mariano Peinado – Director

Mariano Peinado BSC in Economics and Business from the Complutense University of Madrid, National Teacher of Tennis by the Royal Spanish Tennis Federation and titled by major professional organizations teaching tennis at the global level.

He has coached professional players like: Francisco Garcia # 26 national ranking, Ricardo Sanchez No. 23 national ranking, Juan Antonio Rodriguez # 9 national ranking and José López Maeso # 64 world ranking.

He was Director of the School Tennis Club Jávea, up to Alevín and Child 1st Division teams.

He has trained players like: Venturo Marco Puig and A. Lucas (2nd national category), Javier Ferrer (Spain Champion Child), Jaime Sapena (Infant Champion Valencia), Vanessa Devesa No. 54 national ranking (Junior Champion Community Valencia 1998), José Luis Lara (Champion 3 tournaments Junior ITF in 1998), David Ferrer (World Champion Cadete 1998), and many more who have been ranked among the best in Spain in their categories .

Creator of Tennis Agílibus teaching program used by more than 200 tennis schools in Spain, Portugal and South America.

He has been Technical Director of the Professional Tennis Registry developing and delivering courses for teachers.

 

Amancio Peinado – Subdirector

Amancio Peinado is a tennis teacher of Los Pinos University. He was profesional tennis player since 1995 and becomes in 2008 the number 100 of the Europe’s under 16.

He also manage the tennis courts in the club and he has a great skills building tennis clay courts. In fact, he builded Los Pinos tennis courts. All the players that tried the courts only have great words to describe them.

He is been teaching since 2008 and has more than 100 students teached by him.

In Los Pinos he is the responsible of all the tennis team working there.

 

 

Dariusz Lipka – Manager & Marketing

Was born in 1987 in Gdańsk (Poland). He was one of the best Polish tennis players until 2015. The highest ranking of his career was 1000 ATP and No. 8 on the national list. 5-times Polish champion in different categories and multiple silver and bronze medalist. Winner of numerous tournaments in Europe. Throughout his tennis career lasting nearly 22 years he played more than 370 international matches.

International tennis coach certified in 2016 by ATP (Global Professional Tennis Coach Association – Level C), expert of Spanish method and former hitting partner of Juan Carlos Ferrero – the former world number 1. He trained with Maria Sharapova, Justine Henin and Dinara Safina, who also reached the top ranking. He played a match in a tournament with one of the best tennis players of all time – Rafael Nadal and in 2018 he trained in Ferrer Tennis Academy in Javea with David Ferrer, Pablo Andujar, Iñigo Cervantes, Pedro Martinez, Sumit Nagal and Carlos Alcaraz. Dariusz used to be a player and a coach in Ferrer Tennis Academy.

From 1st of April 2022 he is a Manager/Marketing in Peinado Tennis Academy.

Husband, father of two children. Passionate in tennis, sports psychology, healthy lifestyle, coaching, personal and spiritual development. He speaks Polish, English and Spanish. He loves to read books, to evolve each day and improve quality of his life in all possible spheres.

He released his autobiographical book “Life Training – on The Other Side of The Racket” at the end of December 2015 (english version soon). In the book he is telling a story about his long and interesting career, about fallen dreams and great hopes for the future. Working as a trainer with his talented son made him realized how important it is to educate parents on training children in a professional way. This is where the idea for the new book was born. “How to Train a Little Tennis Champion” is a study of every great’s coach expierence in training champions from scratch, this is compiled from Darek’s own expierences in training and can be a great tool for mastering tennis skills not only for parents and children but for all people passionate about tennis.

YouTuber “Mały Tenisowy Mistrz”.

Alex Llanos – Coach

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adrian Gonzalez – Stringer

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