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About Alan Chandronnait

Alan is a native of New Hampshire and was instrumental in helping to develop the first USTA Junior Area Training Center for N.H and northern Massachusetts acting as both Administrator and Head Coach. The training center brought together the top players in the area. For his efforts he was awarded  "USPTA/New England Northern Pro of the Year"


In 2006 Alan was voted into the, "USTA/New England Tennis Hall of Fame", for his coaching and playing over the past 30 years.  Professionally Alan held ATP rankings in the top 400 in the world in singles and doubles.  He played former top world ranked players, Arthur Ashe (US Open Winner), Johan Kriek (former top 10 in the world and Australian Open Champion), Hank Pfister (French Open Doubles Champion), Bob Lutz and Brian Gottfried No. 1 doubles team in the world.


As a collegiate player Alan played No. 2 for LSU (Louisiana State University) and was voted "All-Southeast Conference Player of the Year" at No. 2 singles.  While playing for LSU the team was ranked in the top 10 nationally in Division I and also won the Southeast Conference Tennis Championships. 

As a junior player Alan was ranked No. 18 nationally and was seeded 11th at the US National Junior Tennis Championships in Kalamazoo, Michigan. In the New England juniors he was ranked No. 1 in singles and doubles and as an adult won the New England Men's Championship twice and was ranked No. 1 in New England Men's Doubles, No. 1 in NE Father/Son Doubles with his father Alfred and No. 1 in the NE Father/Daughter Doubles with his daughter Amber.  He also attained No. 9 nationally in Father and Son rankings and No. 8 nationally in the Father and Daughter rankings.

Alan has been coaching tennis for 35 years.  He enjoys coaching all levels of play from beginner to nationally ranked players. Alan has two daughters, Amber and Jade, and lives in Bow with his wife, Susan.  Alan is an avid Patriots and Red Sox fan and enjoys playing golf and riding his bicycle. 



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