HUA HIN, Thailand - It’s all about the fans at the Toyota Thailand Open in Hua Hin, and earlier this week the tournament had a special treat for its youngest tennis fans.

Pauline Parmentier, Tamara Zidansek, Stefanie Voegele and Mona Barthel took a break from their Hua Hin preparations to treat a few dozen children to a tennis clinic. Working with tournament sponsor 100Plus, the objective of the clinic was to help develop the Thai tennis industry starting from the youths by creating a basic foundation for the kids to develop and hone their skills through regularly hosted workshop.

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The lucky kids had a chance to hit with the pros, and spend a day learning all of the secrets to tennis success.

Check out the best pictures below, courtesy of the Toyota Thailand Open!

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