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building the legacy

While athletes attending American schools enjoy tremendous popularity, attention, material and financial support from their local communities, alumni, schools, cities and governments, even the best athletes attending Swiss universities have very little recognition, zero support in form of scholarships for their athletic excellence, zero support from responsible organisations, and therefore zero opportunities to improve.

 

They had to work hard on daily basis for years and overcome many obstacles on their way of becoming one of the best in their country. Their families had to sacrifice a lot of time, energy and money. They were told to choose between the school and sport first at gymnasium, and those very few persistent ones, that kept following their dream, are now facing even less support at their conservative universities. Our mission in Switzerland and Europe, is to improve this situation. This game changing vision is not going to happen without involvement of local communities. It's a team work. Helping others to succeed by sharing, mentoring, or sponsoring is contagious. We are all responsible to teach these young people how to give back to the society. They will soon become doctors, scientists, engineers, lawyers, teachers, entrepreneurs, or politicians. They might become... you. 

Your contribution is vital to continue our important work, because we can only succeed thanks to the generosity of supporters like you!

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We are creating the next generation of leaders

 

There are many benefits of being involved in competitive team environment. It teaches young people valuable lifelong skills, such as competitiveness, self discipline, accountability, teamwork, prioritising, and goal setting. This is an amazing learning opportunity players get only with college tennis. Many companies value graduating students that have lived through this experience. Student athletes tend to be more resistant when performing under the pressure, more adaptive to new environments and flexible to solve problems.

Those are just few of many reasons why this project could in principle easily become the most valuable tennis competition in Switzerland. Now, you should better understand how University Tennis League is more than just a competition. Supporting us is investing in our future. 

                                                                          

Swiss University Tennis Association

Heimatstrasse 11, 8645 Jona, Switzerland

IBIN: CH17 8080 8004 9494 5632 3

 

IID (BC-Nr.) 80808

SWIFT-BIC RAIFCH22

Bank Raiffeisen

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