Alenka Hubacek who formerly competed on the senior women’s tennis circuit has taken to coaching.August 18, 2014 4:14pm
There is a new tennis coach in town.
Alenka Hubacek who formerly competed on the senior women’s tennis circuit has turned her skills to coaching.
The 24-year old who spends three to four days a week in Echuca with partner and Echuca Football Club senior coach, Andrew Briggs has introduced coaching lessons at the Echuca-south tennis courts.
Hubacek who reached a career high ranking of 460 encourages all ages and abilities to give the sport a go if they are interested.
The tennis enthusiast also studies teaching at Victoria University in Melbourne and says her passion to coach comes naturally with her interested in education.
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