WTA players have been taking time out of their packed schedules in Taipei this week to meet some of the local young people, visiting a hospital and running training sessions.
WTA Staff
January 31, 2017

TAIPEI CITY, Taiwan - WTA players have been taking time out of their packed schedules at the Taiwan Open this week to meet some of the local young people in Taipei City.

Tunisia's Ons Jabeur spent the morning inspiring the next generation, running a tennis training clinic for youngsters - the photos show just how much fun it was for everyone.

Ons Jabeur 

Ons Jabert

Meanwhile, World No. 93 Mandy Minella and Taiwan's own Chuang Chia-Jung visited the Taipei Chang Gung memorial hospital, chatting to the young patients there.

Chuang Chia-Jung and Mandy Minella

Chuang Chia-Jung and Mandy Minella

All photos courtesy of Taiwan Open.

 


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