Javier comes from Mexico, where he was a member of the Davis Cup team. He played professional tennis after receiving his BA. He was an ATP player from 1983-2000 with a career high ranking in singles of 298 in 1984, and in Davis doubles of 504. Javier played 4 years in France for a Club in Toulouse with a French Ranking of 30. He has been tennis coach and Sport Director of the Tec de Monterrey. He has experience as an ATP Tour referee, and has been a part of the Mexican Davis Cup Committee. He is a member of the International Lawn Tennis Club.
Javier has a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Florida International University and has been working in the Organization Committee for ATP Challengers and ITF Junior Fed and Junior Davis Cup World Championships for the past 20 years. His daughter Fernanda was a top-ranked Texas Superchamp. and a 5A UIL State Champion, and now plays for Vanderbilt.