Marcus Willis – Grand Slam Camps by Active Away

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Posted By Matt Allen
Posted on November 21, 2017
      Grand Slam Tennis Camps are no ordinary tennis camps, we use current professional tennis players to host and lead our tennis camp programme. Heading up the Summer 2018 tennis camps is Wimbledon player; Marcus Willis. Marcus Willis began playing tennis at the age of 9, and reached the No. 15 in the world as Junior, making the latter rounds of the Junior Slams as well as representing Great Britain. In 2016 – Marcus Willis faced Roger Federer on Centre Court at Wimbledon. After the match Federer was quoted saying; Marcus Willis brought an unbelievable energy to the court with the fans and his personality, it was refreshing. He came up with some great shot making. I knew it would be different to any other match I have played at Wimbledon, it was a pleasure to play against him.’ In 2017 Marcus Willis became a coach at Warwick Boat Club and is working with a number of top British Junior players. Marcus Willis brings this wealth of experience on the tour to our Summer 2018 Grand Slam Tennis Camps. He will be on court throughout the week during our 2018 Summer Camp to advance your tennis to the next level! We look forward to welcoming you on our 2018 Tennis Camp!

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