Yury Bettoni

Yury Bettoni's Biography

Yury Bettoni (born 27 December 1976) in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia is a former Italian/American professional tennis player with an unique entrepreneurial mind and a huge love for construction.
Since 2014 he has been a business partner in Italkraft (@www.italkraft.com) and successfully closed several prestigious development deals for the company.

In parallel he is developing his own brand “Y brand” which expands not only in teaching coaches his unique innovative tennis and physical training system but also in product development (@www.yurybettoni.com). Yury was also futures in several national TV commercials and in an HBO series, Ballers.

Yury trained in his youth at Nick Bollettiri/IMG Academies from 1992 to 1997, during this period, he also practice with top players as Marcelo Rios, Marat Safin, Max Mirnyi, Anna Kournikova and more always under the supervision of Hall of Fame Nick Bollettieri.

He then became a professional tennis player at the age of 20 but short lived the ATP career due to physical injuries that caused him to retire early. Yury has assisted for many years Sven Groeneveld at that time Head Coach for the Swiss Tennis Federation, between 1997 and 1998; where during this period Yury was not only training but also traveling with Roger Federer. Yury also coached Mary Pierce, Jeff Tarango, and Aranxta Sanches Vicario becoming the youngest coach in tennis to coach top world ranked players.

During his professional career, Yury has brought professionalism and dedication to the court.
He is not only an inspiration but a role model of dedication and determination to all the players he has worked with throughout his career.

Yury is also world Ambassador for “imoove” and “Peain Script” while he is sponsored by “Lotto USA” and “Volkl Tennis”.
In 2005 Yury achieved two degrees from University of South Florida in International Management and Economics, in addition he is also certified as a professional tennis coach from United States Professional Tennis Registry (USPTR) and personal trainer and dietician from International Sport Science Association (ISSA).