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WTA Future Stars Program Launches

WTA Future Stars junior tournaments will feature competition for young girls from the Asia-Pacific region to promote high-level athlete development. Read on...

Published August 01, 2014 12:12

WTA Future Stars Program Launches
Chris Evert, Eugenie Bouchard

The WTA has announced the launch of WTA Future Stars junior tournaments, featuring competition for young girls across Asia-Pacific with a vision to promote high-level athlete development, health, fitness and empowerment of women through the sport of tennis.

Each regional WTA Future Stars event will include competition at two levels - 14 and under and 16 and under - with tournaments set to take place in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore and other regions across Asia-Pacific.

Read details about the "WTA Future Stars" program on wtafinals.com.

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