Tennis Europe Junior School: Stockholm. The Tennis Europe Junior School is a brand new player education programme designed to help juniors prepare for life as tennis professionals. Here's what happened when the School touched down at the Kungens Kanna & Drottningens Pris in Stockholm, Sweden, earlier this week.
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Here's what happened when the Tennis Europe Junior Tour visited Stockholm for the Kungens Kanna & Drottningens Pris in February 2019
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Tomas was born in Stockholm, Sweden where he was a top-ranked junior. At age 18, Tomas received a college scholarship to compete in the United States. After college, Tomas played on the pro satellite circuit for several years before deciding to become a tennis instructor.
The event is one of the oldest active tournaments on the tennis calendar, celebrating its 117 th edition this year, and 8 th as part of the Tennis Europe Junior Tour. In a boys’ draw strewn with upsets, third seed Kukasian of Russia and his Belgian opponent, number seven seed Alexander Blockx , managed to avoid the carnage and duly progressed to the final.
The event in Stockholm was also the scene of the second Tennis Europe Junior School class of the season. On the eve of the tournament, players had the chance to attend the special session, where they learned more about issues such as anti-doping, agents and sponsorship and tennis integrity, amongst others.
Stockholm's Glorious Tennis History The Stockholm Open was first held in 1969 and has been held at the Kungliga Tennishallen except for 1989-1994, when it was held at the Globe Arena. There have been six different Swedish titlists in the tournament's history. Thomas Johansson was the last home-grown titlist in 2004. Follow on Instagram: @sthlmopen
Russian players dominate in Stockholm. 01 March 2015 - Timofey Skatov (left) is congratulated by Jack Draper after winning the final in Stockholm. Following last week’s Winter Cups by HEAD; many of Europe’s top junior players were in back in action at regular Tennis Europe Junior Tour events this week. The week’s main event was Kungens ...
The ATP and the European Tennis Federation have announced plans to collaborate on the Tennis Europe Junior School, the pioneering educational program designed to prepare young athletes aged 13-16 for life as professional tennis players.
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