Over 120 kids participated in the second edition of one day Tennis clinic held at Agona Nsaba Presbyterian Senior High school park last Thursday. The one-day clinic which was Organized by Peter Mensah Foundation( PM SPORTS) in collaboration with El Capitano and Ghana Tennis Federation
Aspiring Tennis Stars between the ages of 5 to 16 years from Agona Nsaba Islamic Junior High School and Agona Nsaba Presbyterian Junior High school where ushered into basic rudiments of the sport to help them build on their skills, self-confidence level and socialize with friends for the long run.
Coaches thought participants how to watch and hit the ball at the right comfortable distance in front of the body, follow through and maintain balance throughout and also prepare well for the game.
After the one-day event, coaches and authorize of Tennis took turns to inspire, instil discipline into the future Stars and also advise them to take their education seriously.
In an interview with Tennisgh.com CEO of PM SPORTS Peter Mensah said, this training will continue for 10 weeks and after, we have inter-schools tennis competition for them.
Coaches present for the one-day clinic were CEO of PM SPORTS FOUNDATION and British Tennis License Level 4 high Performance Coach Peter Mensah, Yhaya Macculey, Theophilus kwei-Nortey Teye and Emmanuel Otu