Fondation Mouratoglou

Champ’seed continued to shine throughout 2023

In 2023, Champ’seed Foundation illuminated the world of tennis, unveiling remarkable successes while nurturing budding talents. Here is a summary of the highlights of this exceptional year:

Champ’seed’s unwavering commitment to nurturing young talents materialized with Clervie Ngounoue’s Junior Grand Slam triumph at Wimbledon and our Alumni Coco Gauff’s first Grand Slam title at the US Open. These triumphs vividly underscore the foundation’s lasting impact in fostering future stars.

Key moments of the year include the foundation’s decisive support, an essential catalyst in the early professional development of Thijs Boogaard and Ksenia Efremova, each achieving their first ATP and WTA points respectively at the age of 14.

Brenda Fruhvirtova’s impressive journey to the Top 100, with a WTA ranking of No. 111 at just 16 years old, eloquently demonstrates the foundation’s pivotal role in guiding its athletes towards the peaks of professional success.

In 2023, the Champ’seed family expanded by welcoming four exceptional young talents: Elizaveta Anikina (EST, born in 2012), Victoria Barros (BRA, born in 2009), Reita Yamanaka (JPN, born in 2012), and Nikita Berdin (RUS, born in 2011). This illustrates the foundation’s unwavering commitment to discovering and supporting future champions. Champ’seed Foundation continues to shine, shaping the future of tennis with passion and determination.

The achievements of Champ’seed Foundation in 2023 testify to its dedication to nurturing tennis talents and shaping individuals for global success. The foundation looks forward to continuing this journey of champion development in the years to come.

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