miércoles, 12 de julio de 2017

La salida Universitaria

There may be close to £32 million up for grabs at Wimbledon but half of all 14,000 professional tennis players make no prize money at all.
Instead of joining the tour at 18 and grinding it out in far-flung places around the globe for next to no money and ranking points, why not try to land a tennis scholarship at an American university and play tennis at the same time for free?
With both male and female pros now peaking much later than ever before, college tennis is a route an increasing number of talented teenage players are taking before turning pro.
Take Jennifer Brady, one of six former US college players in Wimbledon's ladies’ singles this year.
“I would definitely recommend it,” the American world No.93 said about her time at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

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