Victor was born in Mexico City in 1977 and began playing tennis at the age of five, winning his first National tournament at the age of ten. He continued playing nationally throughout his junior years, turning pro at the age of seventeen. Victor played on the ATP tour where he gained experience, maturity, and knowledge from different countries, representing Mexico in various World Cups.
Victor began his tennis career as a teaching professional in 2000 when he coached national junior players from Mexico. He came to the U.S. in 2001 as the head professional of Thousand Oaks Racquet Club in San Antonio. In this role, he developed several successful programs for all levels of tennis players, ranging from beginners to advanced.
He continued his career at Stonebriar Country Club in Frisco, TX as a tennis professional where he worked hand-in-hand with the tennis director in developing a successful adult program.
Following Stonebriar, Victor returned to San Antonio and Thousand Oaks Racquet Club as their tennis director where he was responsible for all activities, from adults to juniors, including tournaments and a successful junior elite tennis academy. At the junior level, Victor has worked with super champs, champs, and ZAT players whom he coached to reach their individual goals as a person and as a player.