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Holding On Loosely: A Conversation With Pablo Giacopelli

October 31, 2022

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In this episode we chat with Pablo Giacopelli

Pablo Giacopelli has been involved on high performance environments since an early age first as a player and later as a coach. He has had the opportunity to successfully coach some of the best female players in the world of tennis. He was selected to be the tennis team Captain for Estonia on the 2008 Beijing Olympics. His pupils successes have ranged from quarter final showings at Grand Slams to winning major WTA events to top 10 yearly race rankings. He is a certified personal and professional performance coach by the Coach U Institute. He is also a certified Professional Performance Tennis Coach and has been trained in Sports Psychology. Pablo has traveled around the world and speaks four languages. He has been a guest speaker at various conferences and seminars around the world. Lately, Pablo has been coaching people, under the banner of UXL, from all walks of life to discover their personal and professional potentials. Pablo is married to Madeleine and has been based in Tel Aviv, Israel for the last 3 years. He is the father of five children Vanessa, Jake, Mia, Gisella, and Anabella.

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