Draw: master class and webinar about children's tennis from Ekaterina Bychkova

The Championship provides a unique opportunity for its readers and their kids. Take part in the drawing and get the opportunity to win an individual master class from the famous Russian tennis player, winner of 15 ITF tournaments Ekaterina Bychkova.

In addition, everyone will be able to join the webinar about children's tennis and ask Ekaterina their questions personally.

What do you need to do to take part in the competition?

Fill out a short survey form on the website and tell why your child should take part in the master class. Applications are accepted until June 2, 23:59 Moscow time.

Who can take part in the competition?

Any child aged 5 to 12 can take part. A private master class will take place in Moscow, the participant must have the opportunity to attend.

Draw: master class and webinar about children's tennis from Ekaterina Bychkova

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A webinar about children's tennis as a gift to everyone who will register

On June 3 at 18:00 (Moscow time) everyone can attend a webinar from Ekaterina Bychkova, which will be held on the YouTube channel “ Championship ”. Online, the girl will answer the most common questions from parents about children's tennis, the selection of equipment for classes, the choice of a coach and a tennis school. You can leave your questions in advance by filling out the application form, or ask them online in the process. No pre-registration is required.

How will the results be summed up?

During the webinar, Ekaterina will summarize and mark the story of the child who will be invited to a personal master class.

Draw: master class and webinar about children's tennis from Ekaterina Bychkova

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Make a present for your baby, take part in the competition. After all, training with a real champion and a professional trainer in one bottle is the best charge of motivation to grow and develop in sports!

Apply.

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