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So far this season HKITA has brought 4 top academic schools coaches to Hong Kong (U of Chicago, Washington U at St Louis, Brown U and Wellesley College).
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Our first match play experience tour to Shenzhen was held successfully. Although we experienced some rain but the weather has been kind to us. Our team arrived at East Lake Yuetong Tennis Center in Shenzhen around 9:30 am.
Day 11 Winston played some of his best tennis today. He was able to successfully control the match by using his big forehand. His forehand was the base of his victory today and he used it very effectively from the baseline. Having said that Winston needs to improve his game toughness because some games he played solid tennis and some game he played exactly the opposite (many easy mistakes). He fought hard today and pumped his fist high a few times. Great fighting spirit and will to win.

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Benny is one of the twenty coaches in the world and the only one in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan that has International Tennis Federation (ITF) Level 3 Coach Certificate (The highest worldwide recognized rating a coach can receive).
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Vuk Zelunka is a PTR Professional and ITF Development certified coach.
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Bhagat Singh is an experienced tennis coach from the beautiful country known for its rich and colorful culture - India. Bhagat is an ITF certified Level 2 coach.
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Yoshida is a certified tennis professional of United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) and Japan Tennis Association (JPTA) and is the only Japanese coach who has ITF Level 1 coaching certificate.
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