Started playing squash at the age of 5 thanks to his father, (former Italian National squash coach FIGS).Since then, his passion for this sport has constantly fueled his desire to improve. It soon became clear that he was a good player for his age and he began to play in international competitions throughout Europe, as well as domestic events in Italy, winning over five National Titles as a Junior. In 2011 he spent ten months in England (Halifax) to improve his game, having the benefit of being coached by some of the best English coaches, who taught him new training methods and techniques that allowed him to take his game and coaching skills to the next level. In January 2013 he started oversea as the Head Squash Pro at Chelsea Piers, where he assisted the Director Natalie Grainger in developing intermediate and advanced level junior clinics.
In September 2013 Michelangelo got offered, thanks to his top quality coaching and professionalism, the Pro position at the Greenwich Country Club in Greenwich, one of the most prestigious and well known Country Club in the world, where he is now currently working as full time Pro. As a professional Squash player he recently won the Rothenberg Big Apple Open in New York and he represented Italy for the 2013 European Squash Team Championships.
Highlights Season 2012/2013
Co-ordinate junior programming, instruction and events.
Co-ordinate adult programming, instruction and events.
Attract larger group of members to play, with particular attention to Juniors.
To set the development standards for playing, competing and winning at all levels.
To deliver top quality coaching, practice, and competition programs.
Assist in planning, organizing, and execution of squash tournaments.
Development of a Tournament Calendar.
Take ownership in the appearance and maintenance of the squash facility if needed.
Open Pro-shop per direction of GM.
Organization and execution of summer clinics.
English : 9/10
French : 6/10
Spanish : 6/10
Also Attended the TOEFL certification for English with a score of 100/110
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