Ronald Agenor

Born Nov 13, 1964
Nationality United States United States

Ronald Jean-Martin Agenor is a tennis player and a rock musician. He was born in Rabat, Morocco, on November 13, 1964. Even if he’s from Morocco, he represented Haiti for most part of his professional career. It was only much later that he became a U.S. citizen. Presently, he lives in Beverly Hills with his wife, Tonya Williams, a former model, and their two daughters named Sacha Lourdes and Chloe Iman.

Agenor was born in an influential family. His father, Frederic Agenor, was a diplomat to the United Nations for more than 2 decades until he was designated as the Minister of Agriculture in Haiti. He also had five more siblings, one of them named Pierre-Richard. He is an economist teaching in University of Manchester. The other one, Patric, is a cardiologist who is based in France.

Agenor himself lived in Morocco for more than 10 years, then moved to Zaire and stayed there for four years. By the age of 14, he was living in Bordeaux, France. However, his heart is into something else, and that is in tennis.

By 1982, he already ranked eighth among the junior tennis players in the world. The following year, he became a tennis professional.

He competed in Grand Slam tournaments and performed somewhat impressively. He finished second in the 1993 and 1989 Wimbledon. In 989, he reached the quarter finals for the French Open and ended 4th place in the U.S. Open in 1988. By 1990, he finished second place in the Australian Open. In 1990, he won two titles in singles division in Genova and Berlin. Nine years after, Agenor became the first player who is more than 35 years old to end up in the top 100. All in all, he had three career titles under his name and had the highest rank of 22 in 1989.

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