Congratulations to Jasmine Adams, Madison Schwarz, Chloe Schwarz and Natasha Russell who have successfully received funding from the Ken McGregor Fund (KMF).
Each of these players have a strong passion for the game and have maintained an extremely high level of play throughout the past year, receiving some fantastic results in both the Australian and ITF Juniors Tour. Each of these players continue to reach career milestones, with Russell improving her junior ITF ranking to 179, Adams making the quarters of TACV and Gosford AMT Platinum events and the Schwarz sisters qualifying for their first ITF tournaments.
Through the financial assistance provided by the KMF, these players will continue to grow and further development their skills within interstate and overseas tournaments throughout the coming months.
Recently, Chairman Rick Baldock stated that “The Ken McGregor Fund is delighted to support such a wonderful group of hardworking and committed young athletes as they pursue their dreams to compete at increasingly challenging levels of the game. Our Fund believes that it is important to support our young players to not only become lifelong players of our great game but also better people who are prepared to participate in all walks of life”.
If you wish to play a part within the success of our South Australian players with a disability and talented juniors, please visit the KMF online donation page.
Are you a South Australian tennis junior, or athlete with a disability aspiring to be a professional? Click here and apply for KMF funding today!