Edgar Giffenig fue uno de los mejores juveniles en México y jugó tenis colegial en la Universidad de Tejas, donde terminó su carrera en administración de empresas y su maestría en fisiología deportiva.

Empezando como asistente en su alma mater, Edgar ha sido entrenador de jugadores de alto rendimiento por más de 25 años. Edgar fue entrenadornacional en Estados Unidos, Alemania y México. 

Edgar ha sido expositor en un gran número de congresos para entrenadores nacionales e internacionales (ITF, PTR, ITA, USTA, DTB, FMT) y es socio en Tennisgate,  Edgar acabo en quinto lugar del ranking mundial para jugadores mayores  de 55 años en 2016.


Edgar vive en Connecticut, EU donde trabaja como entrenador y es miembro de la Comisión de Entrenadores de la FIT

Edgar Giffenig


Edgar Giffenig


“In my capacity as a National Coach and later the Davis  Cup Captain, I was fortunate to work very closely with Edgar in his capacity as a USTA Coach from 1990 to 1995. Edgar has a great understanding of the game of tennis and was very good at communicating with the players. His high level of energy and enthusiasm that he brought to the teaching court everyday had a very positive effect on the players and his fellow coaches as well. Edgar also is a tremendous student of the game, and never stops learning, interacting with his fellow coaches in his quest to become the best coach he can be.  

Tom Gullikson, ATP Tour Player, USA Davis Cup Captain, USA Olympic Coach, USA Director of Coaching



“Edgar Giffenig is one of the World's most experienced coaches of high performance players. He has worked as a high performance National  Coach with both the USTA and with the German Tennis Federation and during that time had considerable success in developing high level players. Edgar also worked as Technical Director for the Mexican Tennis Federation and over the past 10 years he has helped the ITF with our coaches’ education program and during that time has presented at numerous coaches conferences around the World including the ITF Worldwide Coaches Conference.”

Dave Miley,   Director of Development, International Tennis Federation.



“Edgar Giffenig, a former National Coach for the German Tennis Federation, was highly valued by all players and coaches due to his knowledge and ability as well as for his personality.  He is an extraordinary coach.”

Peter Born, National Coach German Tennis Federation.  Director of Coaches’ Education



"Mike and I traveled the world with Edgar when we were juniors, and he helped coach us to become the players we are today. The input and advice he gave us during these crucial years was invaluable. Edgar is not only a technical and strategic genius, but is incredibly hard working and dedicated to his profession. And most importantly, he is one hell of a guy and a great friend!"   

Bob Bryan, World Number 1 Doubles Player