Jérôme Haenhel

"I joined Artengo because I know
they really want to take on board
what real tennis players think.
And also because of the quality and
variety of their products, basically."

Former ATP n°78 and ex n°9 in France, Junior French champion, Europe Minime champion with the France team, world team champion and winner of 6 Future tournaments and 2 Challenger tournaments, Jérôme Haehnel joined the ranks of the Artengo team in 2010. His top level playing experience is vital for developing some of Artengo's most technologically advanced products.

Profile

PROFESSIONAL CAREER
Since 1996

HEIGHT / WEIGHT
6’1 / 174 lb

DOB
August 14, 1980

PREFERRED GAME STYLE
Counter attacking

PREFERRED PLAYING SURFACE
Hard court

NICKNAME
Djé

TRACK RECORD

SIMPLES

TITLES13

BEST PERFORMANCEWorld team champion

BEST RANKINGATP 78

DOUBLES

TITLES-

LOST FINALS-

BEST PERFORMANCES-

HIS INTERVIEW

Your story ?
I played with INSEP from the age of 16 – 17 before joining the Espoir group at Roland Garros, which I left at the age of 24. I started out on the pro circuit at 16, which enabled me to play a huge number of junior tournaments and all of the Grand Slam tournaments.

Your best memory tennis ?
My best tennis memory will always be my win at the Moselle Open.

Preferred game style?
Counter attacking

What do you expect of your new challenge with Artengo ?
I like working with Artengo because they really listen to tennis players (both pros and amateurs) with one single aim: to create as technologically advanced products as they can.

ITS EQUIPMENT

PLAYERS

 
Oliver Marach
ATP N°78 (2010)
 
Augustin Gensse
ATP N°139 (2012)
 
Nicolas Escudé
ATP N°17 (2000)
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