Felix Mischker - Rising International Tennis Star

Felix Mischker- Wristpect Sport Ambassador

 

Social media serves a higher purpose when it unites people, even if living 'across the pond.' And that's just what happened when we started following a family's journey of their two adorable boys playing junior tennis in Great Britain (and beyond) via Instagram. 

We immediatley took note of Felix Mischker's high level tennis ability as his friendly genuine gaze- at- camera reached out to us with each Instagram photo his father posted. Just from those photos, Felix seemed to be inviting us further into his tennis journey with his simple boyish ways and solid bond with his brother Lucian. Interestingly and appropriately, a mutual respect grew from those pictures and now Felix is one of our very own Wristpect Sport athletes to watch!

At just 11 years old, Felix lives and breaths tennis in Great Britain. He prefers to play aggressive tennis utilizing both his first serve and forehand as his most prominent “weapons”. Felix loves competition and enjoys playing lots of tournaments.

 Felix's Stats:

  • Right handed
  • Current country rank-  #26 Great Britain Boys 12&U
  • AEGON Future Star 2013, 2014, 2015
  • LTA (Lawn Tennis Association) funded player & national camp squad member
  • Currently trains at Junior Tennis Coaching (JTC) facility-Riverside Health & Racquets Club Northwood/England
  • First international tournament win was at the International Junior Dunlop Open in Leverkusen / Germany

Felix is also a great all round athlete who recently competed at the 4X100 national Great Britain final achieving 4th place. From tennis to running and soccer, Felix enjoys all types of athletics. We look forward to getting more time with Felix; and with his laser focus on his dream, a trip to Wimbledon may be in order for all of us in the near future?

(Felix is wearing our 'Pro/Circuit' wristband set in both pictures above)

Find out more or to follow Felix: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter,  YouTube

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