Predrag Sapina is an accomplished senior professional physiotherapist who graduated from the College of Health Vocational Studies in Belgrade. He boasts extensive experience and multiple professional competencies. His career began in 1999 at the Orthopedic Institute Banjica, where he worked as a physiotherapist on the preoperative preparation of patients and rehabilitation after non-surgical and surgical patient treatment. This involved restoring the range of motion, resolving contractures, muscle strengthening, training for walking with stacks, establishing proper gait and joint movement, and correcting spine deformities in children.
In 2000, Sapina entered the world of sports as the head physiotherapist of the youth basketball club “Belgrade.” Two years later, he joined the basketball club (BC) “Beopetrol” as the head physiotherapist, a position he held until 2004. In 2005, he was the head physiotherapist of the Serbian national team at the European basketball championship U20 in Russia, where Serbia won the bronze medal. From 2007 to 2019, Predrag was the head physiotherapist during one of the most successful eras of BC “Partizan,” which competed in the Euroleague, reaching the Final Four. During this period, BC “Partizan” won the state championship eight times and the regional NLB League six times. In 2019, Predrag worked as the head physiotherapist for the professional tennis player Matija Pecotic, a member of the Croatian Davis Cup national team. In 2021 and 2022, he proved to be an irreplaceable member of the medical teams for ATP Challenger in Belgrade, WTA Serbia Ladies Open in Belgrade, and ATP Serbia Open in Belgrade.