Balancing act for the WTA Future Stars

Tennis player Tammy Tan (white visor), one of Singapore's eight WTA Future Stars representatives, guiding WTA Future Stars clinic participants yesterday with WTA Asia-Pacific vice-president and WTA Finals tournament director Melissa Pine (pink visor)
PHOTO: COURTESY OF WOMEN'S TENNIS ASSOCIATION

Tennis player Tammy Tan (white visor), one of Singapore's eight WTA Future Stars representatives, guiding WTA Future Stars clinic participants yesterday with WTA Asia-Pacific vice-president and WTA Finals tournament director Melissa Pine (pink visor).

The clinic at Heartbeat@Bedok ActiveSG Tennis Centre was attended by 37 kids from the ActiveSG Tennis Academy.

The WTA Future Stars tournament will take place from Oct 17-22, in the lead-up to the Oct 22-29 BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global.

Besides Tammy, other Singapore Future Stars representatives who attended the clinic were Clare Cheng, Nicole Ng and Lynelle Lim.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on October 08, 2017, with the headline 'Balancing act for the WTA Future Stars'. Print Edition | Subscribe