Former junior world number a single, Bhambri, who has been out of action because October 2018, joined the All India Tennis Association‘s ‘Return to Tennis‘ initiative the Higher Performance Coaching Camp to meet and coach with the junior boys collaborating in the camp.
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“This is a fantastic initiative by the AITA. Right after getting no tennis in the region for so lengthy thanks to Covid, it is a terrific strategy to have some of the leading rated junior players come together and train,” Bhambri, who is a Junior Australian Open up champion, reported in a launch.
“It would assist the players get into the groove and make them match-match and match-ready when they hit the domestic circuit or international Tours.”
The 28-calendar year-outdated Delhi-primarily based player is eyeing a return to the qualified circuit in the 2021 period just after the coronavirus-pressured disruption performed havoc with the tennis calendar extended his return.
A complete of 21 AITA-ranked junior gamers got an possibility to do actual physical physical fitness education along with Bhambri at the camp.
Bhambri will do a hitting session with the junior gamers on Saturday.
The camp is getting led by countrywide mentor, Zeeshan Ali, who is assisted by previous gamers Ashutosh Singh and Saurabh Singh.