Ball Kids & Volunteers for Mubadala World Tennis Championship

Help Wanted: Ball Kids & Volunteers for Mubadala World Tennis Championship

Dream of rubbing shoulders with the stars?

The Mubadala World Tennis Championship may have a role for you.

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The Mubadala World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi welcomes fans back this December and are giving fans the opportunity to be a part of the action.  Championship owners Flash Entertainment are offering fans and the UAE public a unique opportunity to be a part of the Arabian Gulf’s leading tennis experience through the popular ball kids and volunteer programs.

Registration is now open for the programs, which offer a number of roles for aspiring young tennis players and residents to get involved in 13th edition of the Abu Dhabi event. MWTC ball kids program aimed at children aged 12 to 17, the MWTC ball kids program provides youngsters with the opportunity of a lifetime to rub shoulders with global tennis stars across the three-day festival.

The special program is operated by Zayed Sports Academy at the International Tennis Centre at Zayed Sports City and interested candidates can register until October 16th. Selection Day is on October 21st, following which selected children will receive seven weeks’ specialised training on how to perfect the on-court craft, a crucial role in a tennis match. Training will run on November 4, 6, 11, 18 and 25th and December 9th with a final rehearsal on December 15th. To register, visit this MWTC ball kids program link.

In line with Abu Dhabi initiatives to foster healthy, active communities, UAE residents can get in on the action through the MWTC volunteer program. The Championship is seeking 150 volunteers for a variety of positions including Player Clinics Support, Volunteer Team Leaders, Tennis Village Operations, Guest Services, Gate Ushers & Wayfinding and Announcer.

“Announcing the return of Mubadala World Tennis Championship with fans was a milestone moment for us and it is important for us to create pathways for the community to get involved in the event, beyond spectating,” said John Lickrish, CEO, Flash Entertainment. “The ball kids and volunteer programs have been carefully designed to provide a unique opportunity for UAE residents and tennis fans to elevate their experience, gain unparalleled insight into a professional sporting event and learn some new skills, while helping to showcase Abu Dhabi’s capabilities to host world-class events.”

To register, please visit this MWTC volunteers program link.

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