Three tennis talents Oosterhout at the International Tennis Championships in Mallorca

Three tennis talents Oosterhout at the International Tennis Championships in Mallorca

The seven players in the picture with Rafael Nada

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Players gain international experience in this tournament at the Rafa Nadal Academy in Mallorca and play at least 4 matches. In addition, their independence is tested, without parents and coach guidanceDr..

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Three tennis talents from Oosterhout play with training buds from Geertruidenberg, Teteringen and Ulvenhout for a week during the TEN PRO Global Junior Tour Tournament at the Rafa Nadal Academy in Mallorca. The seven players are accompanied by tennis coach Eric Peters. It was still exciting for one of the seven talented players! He was first in the queue, so if there was one of the dropouts from the participants who come from all over the world, he could still make an appearance during the tournament. A week before leaving, word of liberation came, and he could still come.

Special leave from school

Of course, all players first had to request special leave from their high school in Oosterhout and Breda, after which it was agreed to do their homework during the tournament week. Coach and Supervisor Coach of the Performance Center and founder Wouter Nooijen is very excited that players from the Performance Center are taking part in the tournament: “It is great to see the players so passionate and serious about tennis. Under the guidance of coach Eric Peters, it will be a great and very beneficial experience in their football career.” It turns out that the players are in good hands. Eric Peters has gained a lot of experience as the national coach of the Tennis Association of Malaysia and Sri Lanka, where he participated on all continents of the world in international tournaments. In Malaysia, he also coached the Davis Cup team.

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TEN PRO Junior World Tour

TEN-PRO organizes annually nine international tournaments in Europe and the United States for young tennis talents. They target ambitious and talented players between the ages of 10 and 16. In November 2021, the Rafa Nadal Academy in Mallorca will be the stadium for many youngsters from all over the world. Rafa Nadal Academy Rafael Nadal has established an international tennis academy in his hometown of Manacor, Mallorca. Together with his team, former coach and uncle Tony Nadal, they have developed a unique training system based on Rafael’s experience in the professional circuit.

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