Sarah started her first tennis lessons with me. Since then I have seen her joy in playing tennis. This year she came back to me. In the private lessons, I saw her joy and eagerness to play tennis. In the group lessons, I saw that Sarah was impatient to start the next exercise. She came to me and said: Rick, what do we do now?,, What was very important in her development was that she trained 3-4 times a week with her parents. Every time, it was her idea and if the weather was not good to be able to play tennis, she was very upset. Sarah's technique and footwork are very good for her age. Everyone can see how much Sarah loves this sport. For her, it doesn't matter who she plays with, big or small, girl or boy. I hope that in the future she can play as much tennis as possible.
Rick Swakhoven - Tennis Coach T.V. Ubach over Worms
Sarah is a girl who has big dreams and loves to play tennis. She discovered her passion for tennis on her own. Until recently, we thought it was just a hobby for her, but it seems that she doesn't want to give up this sport and wants to get better. The word NO, for her, does not exist. If she can't play tennis outside, then she trains at home. For us, winnings are not important, but her development as an athlete, to do what she likes to do. Sarah taught us a lot... How it will be: If you don't try... you will never know what you could have done. "Never give up on what you love to do, no matter how hard it is. We all know it's a long road, but that doesn't stop us from supporting her in what she does." We adore her ambition, her work, her smiles, her tears and to see her play. Tennis for her, it seems, is not just a child's dream. It is a passion that comes from her heart. Sarah is small and has a lot to learn. That's why we try to support her as long as she loves and adores doing this sport. Looking forward to the future.
Parents Raul &Ioana