Today’s junior tennis players play the game with a new level of speed, athleticism and power. They move at a pace that is unprecedented; they play fast. Wilson Tennis is leading the industry to “catch-up” with these players, developing groundbreaking products that support and enhance this up-and-coming generation of the next tennis greats. The group Wilson calls “Generation Fast.”
On Tuesday, Feb. 16, Wilson launches Generation Fast, a campaign developed around new products that meet the needs of tomorrow’s stars. The campaign showcases four “mini” documentaries of junior players from three continents, all ranked among the best in their respective categories.
We encourage you to post this editorial cut that summarizes the four documentaries and visit www.wilson.com/genfast to learn more about the campaign, these four up-and-coming junior players and the Wilson products designed to improve their game.
Over the last several years, Wilson has worked with these players, around the world, to develop products that improve this “new game” of tennis. The BURN FST racquet, the KAOS shoe and ultra-modern apparel have all been designed to push these players speed limits, enhance their power and give them an edge on the court.
About the players:
Nicholas Garcia, Age 14
Boca Raton, Florida
Current Ranking: 16
Hannah Reich, Age 17
Current Ranking: 118
Ugo Humbert, Age 17
Current Ranking: 15
Dong Ju Kim, Age 14
Current Ranking: 4
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