Narrative Essay About Tennis

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There I was, sitting with my racquet waiting for my first tournament match. I never knew that I was going to be this nervous about something in my life. Before all of this happened, I had to train a lot to be where I am now. I was six-year-old when I heard for the very first time the word: “Tennis” when my dad was watching a tennis match between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, so I asked him how this sport works and I became a little interested. I was always a sport kid; by that time, I was practicing basketball in an academy that was in the same place where my middle brother Lucas practiced Taekwondo. I wasn’t very attracted to basketball, therefore, I quitted it. In the middle of 2006 my father told me and my family that we have to move to Peru because he was transferred to work there. Already in Peru I began to practice Tennis at the age of 10 for six months on three clay courts that were nearby our house, I was very good at it and I liked it too much, but when a tournament came out my father didn’t let me participate because I wasn’t “good enough” so I stopped training because I…show more content…
Despise all of that one thing I was sure, that tennis is my sport and I had to practice a lot to make up the years I haven’t practiced. So I enrolled with the Llanos de Curundu clay courts and began to practice again, I was lucky enough to be one of the best students in the class. This also helped me to make new friends. But it wasn’t all a bed of roses, because of the heavy rain here in Panama I couldn’t practice every day and had to call every time the clouds were black if there is going to be classes, so my dad told me to quit practicing there because it was a mess attending to classes. I was very sad by the decision my father took so I became

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