Lucia Cervera Vazquez is a native of Spain (Granada). She began playing tennis at age 6 with the Real Sociedad de Tennis de Granada. By age 12 she was the best female tennis player at her age in Spain. She remained the number one girls player in Spain through age 17 when she relocated to Barcelona. There she trained with the Spanish Federation and the best Spanish tennis players. At 18 she started to work with former number 27 in the world, Gala León García. During the 2011 season, Lucia won the Women’s Singles Spanish University Championship. That same year Lucia was selected by the Spanish ministry of sport to represent Spain at the Summer Universiade (collegiate olympics) in China, where she competed in singles and doubles, reaching the 16th round.
Lucia played in the ITF Pro circuit and was ranked #300 in the world in singles and doubles. During her professional career she won 7 ITF pro circuit tournaments in singles and 13 in doubles.
Lucia served as a player and captain at Club Tennis Valencia, Real Sociedad de Tennis de Granada and Chateauroux Tennis Club in France. She played on highly competitive teams in Spain and France. She reached the national team finals twice with Club Tennis Valencia; beating top 200 and top 100 players in the world. Lucia worked as a coach at Gala Leon Academy and Real Sociedad de Tennis de Granada from 2014-17. In 2017 she coached at CITAcademy for the summer and joined the Academy as a full-time instructor in June, 2018. Lucia is a National Tennis Coach (Level 2) certified with the Spanish Tennis Federation and the International Tennis Federation.