Catch up with some of the players at ProWorld Tennis…
Naomi Osaka Takes Twitter By Storm
Naomi famously quoted the Pokémon theme song to a room full of confused journalists earlier in the year, and she kept to the theme on Twitter, bringing all of her dry humor to 140 characters…
Rafael Nadal Battles Past Adrian Mannarino
Rafael Nadal defeated Frenchman Adrian Mannarino 6-1, 7-6(6) to progress to the quarterfinals…
Sachia Vickery Defeats Michaella Krajicek
Sachia Vickery, the 21-year-old Floridian, found herself down a set and 1-4, only to claw her way back and win in…
No. 2 seed Abanda comes back for win at Ascension Project pro tourney
Francoise Abanda found herself in a familiar position Sunday during The Ascension Project Women’s $25,000 Challenger — down a set. And for the third time in four matches, the second-seeded Abanda climbed out of a hole to win, this time besting top seed Sachia Vickery 3-6, 6-4, 6-4.
It has been a very sad week for the ProWorld Family. Last weekend we lost one of our own, William Magee.
We send our deepest condolences to his family, and we hope that their hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together.
Rest in peace William, you will be missed.
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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
The 10 & Under Program launch day was a success!
A good foundation provides the building blocks for success in every area in life. We want our little pros to love the sport while we teach them the values of passion, hard work and dedication.
At ProWorld Tennis Academy, We aim to instill a good work ethic while still maintaining the fun, playful environment that should accompany every sport at this age.
Our 10 and Under tennis program covers all the areas needed for a young player to excel.
Aside from learning about the technical, physical and proper biomechanical motor skills, they will learn self-confidence and self-assurance for a long and successful tennis career.
Proper Kids’ Tennis Equipment – A mix of 21-, 23- and 25-inch kids’ tennis racquets will help ensure that the appropriate racquets are being utilized for each player. With very young children (5 and under), it is recommended to use 19-inch racquets.
Tennis Balls – Kids need a ball that is sized and paced to their playing abilities. A yellow tennis ball moves too fast, bounces too high and is too heavy for smaller racquets. We make sure each age group uses specific kids’ tennis balls best suited to their size and playing ability.
For kids 8 and under, a red foam or low-compression red felt ball moves slower, bounces lower and travels less distance.
For 9-10-year-olds, a low-compression orange felt ball moves a little faster and travels farther than the red ball used with the younger group, but it still has a lower bounce than the yellow tennis ball.
Tennis Courts and Nets – Portable nets and throw-down lines allow our coaches to create multiple 36- or 60-foot tennis courts, on a variety of surfaces, for 10 and Under Tennis play.
View the USTA Player Development Program Developing Tennis Players Age 4-11
Congratulations to Pembroke Pines resident Sofia Kenin for her first junior slam final at the US Open!
An Interview with: Sofia Kenin (Girls’ Final)
It was such a great experience playing in the main draw. That was a great experience, also. And then coming and training really hard and just to get the finals it’s really great.
ProWorld Tennis Academy – The Pro – We offer the most innovative program designed for serious tennis players that are ready to take their training to the next level. Players that enroll in this tennis program seek the most exclusive and individual program. CALL (561) 706-1601.