Jocelyn Rae – Grand Slam Camps by Active Away

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Posted By Matt Allen
Posted on November 21, 2017
Jocelyn Rae Grand Slam Tennis Camps are no ordinary tennis camps, we use current professional tennis players to lead our tennis camp programme.   Heading up our 2018 Summer Tennis Camp is Jocelyn Rae;   Jocelyn started playing tennis at the age of 7 at local tennis club Woodthorpe. She had a successful junior career reaching the finals of the prestigious Orange Bowl Championships in Florida at 12 years old and later winning the under 18 UK national championships singles and doubles. Jocelyn represented Great Britain as a junior from the age of 12, and reached a career high junior ITF ranking of world no. 167 in April 2007.   One of Jocelyn’s biggest achievements came in 2010 when partnering Colin Fleming, she won the gold medal in the 2010 Commonwealth games in Delhi for Scotland. This success saw Jocelyn receive her first Fed Cup call up in 2011, where she partnered Heather Watson to defeat Switzerland followed by Denmark’s pairing of Mai Grage and former world no.1 Caroline Wozniaki.   Jocelyn in 2017 made the Quarter Finals of Wimbledon and faced Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis!   Jocelyn Rae brings her tour experience to our Summer 2018 Grand Slam Tennis Camps. She will be heading up the program at our Summer Tennis Camps in 2018 so will be excited to get on court with you.   We look forward to welcoming you on our 2018 Tennis Camp!

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