Wednesday, November 2, 2011

2 November 2011 Sadili Junior, Henry Ayesiga To Play African 14 Masters


Henry takes his fitness seriously
Sadili Oval Tennis Academy's Henry AYESIGA has been selected to take part The African 14 & Under Masters, of the Confederation of African Tennis, which brings together Africa's best eight boys and eight girls tennis players in 2011, following their results in all African 14 & under circuit including the African Junior Championships 2011.
The Masters will be hosted by the Kenyan Lawn Tennis Association and will be held at the Nairobi Club from 4 to 10 December 2011.
For those who perform well, the CAT will offer further assistance by providing travel assistance in order to participate to ITF junior events Grade 4 & 5 in 2012 as follows:
Winner of the Masters 2011 – Boys & Girls: 1,000 $ Travel Assistance for each player.
2nd ranked at the Masters 2011 – Boys & Girls: 600 $ Travel Assistance for each player.
3rd Ranked at the Masters 2011 – Boys & Girls: 400 $ Travel Assistance for each player.
Henry Ayesiga, who is trained and sponsored by international tennis professional, Dr. Liz Odera, has been at the academy for the last four years, growing his game progressively, while schooling at Malezi School. Ayesiga played four ITF/CAT events in Kenya and Burundi, reaching finals in two and winning two legs, earning him 6th place overall. Sadili Oval Tennis Academy has produced some of East Africa's best, including Hassan Ndayashimiye (Burundi), who now trains at the ITF Centre in Pretoria and played his first Wimbledon and US Open this year and Amadi Kagoma (Burundi), currently number 2 in East Africa.

Meanwhile, Dr. Liz Odera, has just announced interviews for the next candidates to enter the high performance Sadili Oval Talent Training Academy to take place between 12th November and 18th December 2011. Candidates (boys and girls) should be between 12 and 16 years to be considered, and interested in specialising in tennis, basketball, soccer and rugby, as well as quality schooling. 

No comments:

Post a Comment