Mikael Ymer and Good to Great Tennis Academy part ways

Mikael Ymer and Good to Great Tennis Academy part ways


After a long and successful co-operation Good to Great Tennis Academy and Mikael Ymer has decided to go separate ways. Good to Great Tennis Academy are proud of having been the home port for Mikael since he was 12 years old. During his years at the academy Mikael has achieved great results such as winning three ETA titles, winning the European Championships twice, being a runner up in Wimbledon juniors, three ITF titles, one Future title as well as winning the ATP tour event in doubles in Stockholm Open last year. Mikael has also been playing for the Swedish Davis Cup Team.


We want to thank and also congratulate Johan Hedsberg for his outstanding work with Mikael throughout the important junior years. Johan Hedsberg will remain with Good to Great Tennis Academy.

We also want to send a special thanks to Bactiguard for supporting Mikael the last five years through Team Bactiguard.

The whole team at Good to Great Tennis Academy as well as our partners wish Mikael good luck in the future.

Mikael Ymer, said: ”I would like to thank the Good To Great team and for the support from Bactiguard over the past 6 years. They have a great team and I wish them all my best for the future. I would also like to thank all the coaches who have helped me on and off court to become a better tennis player and also mature as a person.”

The vision of the Good to Great Tennis Academy is to become the leading and best tennis academy in the world. Develop tennis players to reach their full potential with the best coaches. To match this ambition, a new tennis facility will be constructed in Danderyd in the beginning of next year. The people behind Good to Great include former tennis professionals Magnus Norman, Mikael Tillström and Nicklas Kulti.




Nicklas Kulti, Partner Good to Great Tennis Academy
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