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Email:tatsuko@acetennis.jp
Web site: Tatsuko.com
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Angelyna Tatsuko Sasaki
Birth: April 08, 2000, Tokyo
Started: Age 5 / Restarted: Age 12
Plays: Two-hand both sides (pre-injury)
    One-hand both sides (post-injury)
Tournament Titles / Runner-Up: 34 / 22
KTA Best Singles: #2 (Yamanashi 14U)
KTA Best Doubles: #1 (Yamanashi 14U)
JOP Best Rank: #1 (All-Japan 14 / 12)
Notes: Yamanashi JHS Doubles Champ
    YTA Selected All-State JHS freshman
    Japan Jr National Team to Korea
    Suffered Broken Back 12/06/25
    Yokohama ICC Promising Jr
    First Event Title at Age 9 (yellow)
    Suzugamori JHS Asst Coach


Email:seiko@acetennis.jp
Web site: Christyna.com
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Christyna Seiko Sasaki
Birth: February 16, 2002, Tokyo
Started: Age 4
Plays: Two-handed both sides
Tournament Titles / Runner-Up: 41 / 37
KTA Best Singles: #4 (All-Kanto 11U)
    #1 (Yamanashi 12U / Kanagawa 11U)
KTA Best Doubles: #1 (All-Kanto 12U)
JOP Best Rank: #1 (All-Japan 18U)
Notes: Yamanashi JHS Doubles Champ
    YTA Selected All-State JHS freshman
    Yamanashi 12U Champion 2014
    Yamanashi 12U Champion 2013
    Japan Jr National Team to Korea
    JOP Nationals 10U Finalist 2012
    First Event Title at Age 8 (yellow)
    Suzugamori JHS Manager

Eryna Ayako Sasaki
Birth: Sept. 24, 2006, Kamakura
Started: Age 3
Plays:One-hand forehand both sides
Tournament Titles / Runner-Up: 5 / 0
Notes: First Match at Age 6 Match Highlights
    First Event Title at Age 7 (red)
    First Event Title at Age 8 (orange)
Email: ayako@acetennis.jp
Web site: Eryna.com
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Why do ACE girls want to play tennis?
  1. To glorify GOD
  2. To honor my father and mother
  3. To be the best
  4. To help people
  5. To inspire people
International Tennis Hall of Fame Announces Ballet for 2012 Induction
NEWPORT, R.I., USA, September 7, 2011– Jennifer Capriati, one of America’s most dominant tennis players in the 1990s and early 2000s; Russia’s first world No. 1 Yevgeny Kafelnikov, and Brazilian tennis superstar Gustavo “Guga” Kuerten have been nominated to receive the highest honor available in the sport of tennis, induction into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. All three are nominated for the induction Class of 2012 in the Recent Player Category. Also in the Recent Player Category, Wheelchair Tennis superstar and three-time Paralympic medalist Randy Snow has been nominated posthumously for induction. In the Master Player Category, Thelma Coyne Long of Australia, who captured 19 Grand Slam titles between the 1930s and 1950s, and 1975 US Open champion Manuel Orantes, a Spanish star of the 1970s–1980s have been nominated. Three individuals have been nominated for their immense contributions to the sport. Legendary tennis coach Nick Bollettieri, who has guided 10 ATP and WTA stars to world No. 1 status; influential tennis promoter and administrator Mike Davies; and Eiichi Kawatei, who has played a vital role in the growth of tennis in Japan have all been nominated in the Contributor Category.
Japan National Hall of Fame

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