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S. E. ZAT G18 Singles, Beaumont, TX
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During my exchange year in the States I have played the #2 spot on varsity tennis team at Nederland High School in Texas
Playing college tennis has been my dream ever since I have experienced being on a high school team during my exchange year in the United States. Tennis played a big role in my life since I was in the 1st grade, but I never decided to go fully professional because it would force me to neglect school. Playing college tennis is an opportunity to reconcile my passion for sports and my dream to get a business degree abroad.
As a student-athlete, who starts their day at 5:30 a.m. and comes back home usually around 5-6 p.m. I know how important it is to maintain a healthy and nutritious diet, so that I'll have energy in the classroom as well as during practices. I start my day at the gym, then I spend several hours at school, and have another practice after. I prepare all of the meals for the next day in the evening. I collaborate with a dietician, who controls my energetic expenses and helps me to plan my meals depending on the type of practice I'll have the next day.
Throughout the past few years I've engaged in several voluntary activities, for example in middle school I used to help at a a health care center for children with physical and mental disabilities. During high school I have donated my hair to a charitable foundation called "Ray & Roll" for wigs for people with cancer. I have also volunteered at the World Games 2017. I believe that living in a community is a privilage, which entails not only benefiting from it but also giving back and, whats the most important, looking out for each other. So if by doing something small I can help others, I am happy to do it. Besides that, volunteering is a great way to enhance ones personal knowledge, gain experience, and meet new people.
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