Could You Sponsor The Next Tennis Star?

Could You Sponsor The Next Tennis Star?

Posted by Lady Wimbledon | 13 July 2018 | Community Spirit, Health & Fitness, Magazine

As the Wimbledon Championships come to an end for another season, it’s the perfect time to think forward to our future tennis stars. 

MJ Changwereza is an ambitious and aspiring tennis player from South London. At just 15 years old, she’s competed in tournaments worldwide from Scotland and Leeds to Russia, Spain, Romania and more. Bursting with talent, this young star has been playing her beloved sport since the age of five, with the unlimited support of her mother, Maria.

Starting her day at 5am, MJ trains hard before she’s even got to school. And once the bell rings, she’s back on the courts to continue practise.

MJ’s story has been documented on BBC’s My Life where it is revealed that by the end of the day she will have hit a tennis ball more than 600 times.

She is serious about her future in tennis and is now in need of a sponsor who is willing to invest in her career and who really believes she can make it as much as she believes she can.

Help MJ take her talent to the next level and be part of a rising star’s incredible journey to the top. If you’re interested in supporting MJ, please visit her GoFundMe page and either donate or message Maria to discuss the opportunity to sponsor.

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