Congratulations to All ProWorld Players and Coaches at the 2016 U.S. Open Tennis Championships!

Congratulations to All ProWorld Players and Coaches at the 2016 U.S. Open Tennis Championships!

US Open Tennis 2016 – ProWorld Tennis Academy – Sept. 7, 2016

Congratulations to All ProWorld Players and Coaches at the 2016 U.S. Open Tennis Championships!

Sachia Vickery Sachia’s goals are to keep improving, get stronger, and hit the ball better; long-term goal is to win a Grand Slam and be the best player she can be.

Eugenie Bouchard has had an up-and-down 2015 and 2016 but is feeling good physically. She is ranked 39th now. Here is Genie with ProWorld Coach Cyril Saulnier…

Cyril and Genie

François Abanda – François began playing tennis at age 7 after sister Elisabeth started playing two years before. She admires the Williams sisters.

Nicole Frenkel – Nicole, who graduated from high school this year, is gearing up play pro tennis full-time. Her ranking now stands at 520.

Naomi Osaka – Congratulations to Naomi Osaka on her U.S. Open debut defeating 28th seed Coco Vandeweghe in the first round. She played a great match but came up short against Madison Keys in the third round.

Naomi Osaka - ProWorld Tennis

Sofia “Sonya” Kenin – For the second consecutive year, Sonya Kenin has earned a main-draw berth in the U.S. Open.

Andrey Golubev – Andrea represent Kazakhstan in Davis Cup competition. He speaks Russian, Italian and English.

Congratulations to ProWorld Tennis Coaches – Elite World-Class Coaching : Eric Prodon, Cyril Saulnier and Horacio Rearte.

Yulia Putintseva – Congratulations to Yulia and her coach Roman Kislyanskiy on her win against Sabine Lisicki in the first round of the US Open.

 

August 21, 2016 – US Open Preview

The US Open is about to begin and we could not be prouder of our team!

Competing with 4 girls, all with ProWorld Coaches, we want to start wishing our good luck to Sachia Vickery, Eugenie Bouchard, François Abanda and Nicole Frenkel!

Also, to ProWorld’s Naomi Osaka and Sofia “Sonya” Kenin who have been doing great this year earning their second main draw appearance in a row.

On the men’s side we would like to wish our best to Eric Prodon coaching Andrey Golubev as well as the Kazakh team who were here preparing the entire week!

Last but not least to Yulia Putintseva and her coach Roman Kislyanskiy who’ve made ProWorld their training base.

Go ProWorld!!

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Cyril Saulnier with Lexi Milunovich and Coco Gauff at National Clay Court Championships Girls 18’s in Memphis

Cyril Saulnier with Lexi Milunovich and Coco Gauff at National Clay Court Championships Girls 18’s in Memphis

Cyril Saulnier with Lexi Milunovich and Coco Gauff at National Clay Court Championships Girls 18’s in Memphis.

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World renowned coaches will deliver professional instruction and drive our athletes to reach their maximum potential.

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Milunovich Honored by USTA

A recent Greenwich Academy graduate and soon-to-be Harvard University student, Milunovich was recently selected to receive the 2016 USTA National Junior Scholar Athlete Award.

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Cori Gauff 12’s Clay Court Supernational Champion

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Cyril Saulnier – Tennis Program Director

Former ATP player from 1996 to 2007, career-high singles ranking is 48th and was reached on March 21, 2005. Cyril played 30 Grand Slams and 30 Masters Series.

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ProWorld Tennis Academy has a hand in creating champions. Imagine training next to a Grand Slam player?

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Naomi Osaka Wins WTA Rising Stars!

Naomi Osaka Wins WTA Rising Stars!

ProWorld’s Naomi Osaka is the first champion at the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global, ousting Caroline Garcia in the WTA Rising Stars Invitational final.

Many of you knew her as the talented up-and-comer who stunned Sam Stosur in the first round of the Bank Of The West Classic in Stanford last summer, but there’s another reason to keep an eye on Japan’s Naomi Osaka now – she’s this year’s WTA Rising Stars Invitational champion.

Osaka, who just turned 18 years old a week ago, held her nerve through a very tense finish to the second set to stun heavy favorite Caroline Garcia in the final on Sunday afternoon, 3-5, 5-4(6), 4-1.

The No.35-ranked Garcia is the second-highest-ranked player Osaka has beaten in her blossoming career after the aforementioned win over Stosur – the Australian was ranked No.19 at the time.

Full Article Here: http://www.wtatennis.com/news/article/5094019/title/osaka-wins-wta-rising-stars-invitational

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