Nicolas Todero served one year as a touring professional coach, most recently as the coach for American Jesse Levine. He played professionally from 1998-2009, achieving a career-high ranking of No. 219 in 2004.
He won 10 ITF Futures events during his career, competed in qualifying tournaments of all four Grand Slam events, reached finals in the ATP Challenger circuit and competed in ATP Tour events, played team tennis in the German league for Sttutgart Waldau in 2005 and 2006, played team tennis in the Netherlands league for Breda in 2007 and 2008 and played team tennis in the German league for Wies-Baden in 2007 and 2008. Todero became a USTA National Coach in August 2010.