The WTA Future Stars is an engagement platform aimed at encouraging young boys and girls throughout Asia-Pacific to live a better life through sport. Through tennis, the goal is to inculcate in the next generation the importance of living a healthy lifestyle, teamwork, discipline and focus which will build strength in character that will benefit them both on the tennis court and in life.
As part of the program, the WTA Future Stars Tournament gathers some of the top juniors from the region to compete during the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global, with the final being played on Center Court. These aspiring U-14 and U-16 players will compete against some of their best peers in the region and also enjoy the opportunity to watch the biggest stars of the WTA in action.
The WTA Future Stars also features a grassroots development initiative to introduce the sport to less privileged communities throughout Asia-Pacific. WTA Future Stars Clinics have been conducted in China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand and the outreach continues to grow.
The WTA Future Stars program has been shining across the Asia-Pacific, and Cambodia is looking ready to join the nations who will battle it out in Singapore in October.
Eighteen markets in the Asia-Pacific were invited to take part in the 2015 WTA Future Stars program, hosting Under 14 and Under 16 qualifying e
The WTA Future Stars Junior Road To Singapore draw is out, and play is set to begin at the Kallang Tennis Centre. Twenty-four girls will learn about life on and off the tennis courts.
Thailand, India, Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei and Laos are the latest countries to announce who will represent them in the event to be held in conjunction with the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global.
The WTA Future Stars program features competition for young girls across the Asia-Pacific region, with 22 qualifiers eventually competing in Singapore during the WTA Finals.