I'm a 16 years old boy from Yugoslavia. I'm the fifth in my country. I have more than 50 cups. I'm also a good student. I want to study and to play tennis in the USA. Here in my country I can not improve my play. First of all, i have no trainer. unfortunately he died. last year. I live in a small city. I play with amateurs. But look, I'm the fifth on the rank list.
Sorry for this very late reply. I have just registered here and found your note. In case you are still looking for some help please contact me at email@example.com, I was born in Yugoslavia too, have plenty of international coaching experience, and my own tennis facility. So if you need something please let me know.
04-06-2008, 09:42 PM
if you want to play here in the US, you need to apply as foreign exchange students. i'm an assistant coach at a local high school here in vancouver, WA. we had a brand new high school open here last september and we practically lost all our top players because of the boundary rule. we are currently in a rebuilding phase but we can always use a couple of heavy hitters to come in and help build a competitive team. if you are able to complete the requirements for foreign exchange students, we will do our part here to help you be sucessful and possibly get you into a college team down the road. come and go to school here while playing tennis at the same time? sounds neat but it does take work.
10-28-2010, 03:49 PM
I am ranked 2 in uk and sponsord by babolat because a babolat scout saw me at a tennis tournement so look out fo scouts they are there