Windsor Waste Management (WWM) is proud to be sponsoring a talented young tennis player by the name of Gene Swain.
Gene currently attends The Culford School in Suffolk, ranked as the top co-educational school in Great Britain by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) for 2016, on a tennis scholarship and dedicates 16 hours of tennis training a week, in and around his daily schooling activities.
Gene, who is 12 years old, won an incredible 28 of 33 match winning titles at U12, 14 and 16 year age groups last season and is keen to enhance his performance this coming season.
Tony Windsor, Group Managing Director, Windsor Waste Management (WWM) commented: “Gene’s success is testament to his commitment to training and his passion for the sport and WWM are delighted to sponsor such a young and talented individual. Gene trains hard to achieve his goals and ambitions and we all look forward to watching him progress up the tennis ranks”.
Gene Swain responded, “I’m very appreciative for the support provided by Tony and the team at WWM, the sponsorship enables me to focus on developing my game and I’m extremely grateful. My next competition is an under 18's competition at Riverside Tennis Club in Bedfordshire on Sunday 19th March and anyone interested is welcome to come along and enjoy the day, the more support the better!”
You can keep up to date on Gene’s progress by following his twitter page @geneswain26.