DreamBig gives PH tennis a boost

Here's a unique opportunity for junior tennis players to hone their skills and train under top-notch college coaches right here in Manila.

DreamBig gives PH tennis a boost
The event aims to provide young tennis players with play level-based competitions with an opportunity to build up their Universal Tennis Rating.
DreamBig Events will stage the “Gold Series College Exposure Tennis Camp”, a two-day tennis camp preceded by a two-day UTR tournament, at the Manila Polo Club on Jan. 9 to 12, 2020. 

The sports events company stages tournaments and camp experiences to junior athletes so they can improve their skills and tournament performances.

Touted as the “Road to College Tennis”, the Event will give young athletes in the Philippines the all-important training and opportunity to network with world-class coaches—putting  them in a good position to potentially get recruited to top U.S. University/ College tennis teams.

The event aims to provide young tennis players with play level-based competitions with an opportunity to build up their Universal Tennis Rating. The UTR is the world’s only results–based rating system in tennis that provides an accurate measurement of a player’s level—from newbie to pro to the world’s top tennis players. Armed with a UTR, tennis players get a higher chance of being recruited by top U.S. College coaches who use the rating for their rosters.

Three top collegiate coaches—Alex Wong from Brown University, Rob Raines from Cornell University in New York and Jessie Frieder from Boston University—will run the camp. They will evaluate each player carefully, with advice and guidance for improvement in specific areas of their game while  assessing their readiness to move on to the next level  on their journey to possible career as a tennis professional or as a top collegiate tennis player.

Why the need to go through the US collegiate system to excel in tennis? “Because US universities are the gateway to international competition and recognition. The schools are equipped with the newest technology and uphold the highest game standards. Coaches there work extremely hard, not just on individual fitness and skill levels, but also on the athlete’s mental, psychological and competitive outlook to give them the best opportunity to maximize their talents and reach new heights,” said Akshay Maliwal, Founder and CEO of DreamBig.

“Ambitions have to start somewhere—and for many of our participants, their ambition is to study and play their sport in the US. DreamBig Events enables student-athletes to experience the life of a US collegiate that takes them to the edge of world class competition,” Maliwal added.

Previous DreamBig Gold Series Camps have produced top local athletes like Stefan Lhuiller, Nik Gatmaytan, Jerome Romualdez and Tomi Arejola, among others, who have successfully pursued their US collegiate athletic dreams

Interested participants may register now at 

Topics: DreamBig Events , Gold Series College Exposure Tennis Camp , Alex Wong , Rob Raines , Jessie Frieder
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