Fabrice Santoro

Fabrice Santoro is a retired French tennis player from Tahiti.
He had an unusually long professional career with many of his accomplishments coming toward the end of his career.

He was popular among spectators and other players alike for his winning demeanour and shot-making abilities; he is also one of a rare breed of player who plays two-handed on both the forehand and backhand sides.

Fabrice holds several ATP records, the most career wins over top ten opponents for player who never reached the top ten (40), the most French Open appearances (20), tied with Feliciano Lopez, and the third most appearances in singles competition at Grand Slam events.

He had a greater success in doubles competition, with two Grand Slam doules titles, one mixed doubles title, and 25 doubles championships overall to his name.
Fabrice led the French team to victory at the Davis Cup in 1991 and 2001 and allowed them to reach the finals in 1999 and 2002

Since his retirement, he works as a TV consultant for BeIN Sports in France, Amazon France and ITV in the UK.
Fabrice has been the coach of Pierre Hugues Herber, Richard Gasquet and Milos Roanic.