Bermuda’s Tennis player Antonio Warner is now winding down a four-day training camp in the Dominican Republic.
Warner was invited to the training camp by the International Tennis Federation (ITF), the camp ends on tomorrow.
Sixteen players from the region including Warner were selected based on their performance during the last 12 months in ITF and COTECC tournaments, and from observations made by the Caribbean’s ITF Development Officer, John Goede.
The invitation to the ITF/COTECC Under 12 Development Camp was extended through Bermuda Lawn Tennis Association, and according to the ITF, the training camp forms part of its commitment to assist in the overall development of the most talented junior players in the region.
The camp is under the direction of Gustavo Granitto, Cecilia Ancalmo and John Goede who indicated that the participants will receive high-level training in all key areas.
James is ranked as Jamaica’s number one 14 and under player and has represented Jamaica at the junior level.