Camp Sukhumvit: Day One Summary

Our inaugural 'Camp Sukhumvit'  has kick-started successfully! Boys and girls between the ages of 7&10 had participated in 2 hours of each tennis (Play N Stay) and golf (SNAG). Thank you Marriott and Xcite Golf for providing the location, meals, and recreation for this camp to become possible.


"Age. It's just a number. Its not your birthday, its how you age that makes a difference."

I recently came across a BBC News article on Health which talks about how human lifespan has increased over decades because of better lifestyle conditions and greater medical advances.  There is no one elixir to lead an active lifestyle later in life but there are several things you can do.


Thailand's prime minister Ms. Yingluck Shinawatra ordered to step down

Yesterday, the Prime minster of Thailand Ms. Yingluck Shinawatra was ordered to step down by the constitutional court which found her guilty of improperly transferring power to her national security chief Thawil Pliensri. Anti-government protesters had been rallying since November 2013.


So what are all these lines for? Not familiar with the tennis court? Well then..

The lines confuse me. That's what I was told the other day. That reminded me of my gym back in Japan. The gym floor had so many lines for all the sports (Volleyball, Basketball, Dodge ball who knows what else.) Yes, nicely they were all in different colors but does not matter still very confusing.
So if you are still confused about the lines on the tennis court…not to worry so much, at least they are all for tennis, just tennis…This is Matsushita.

Congratulation to Kanon for winning first title!

Hi, this is Sakai and I can not wait to share the great news!

Kanon Iwakuma(12) has won the girls under 14's in local TOYOTA tournament. It is her first title.
Also, Koki Matsuda(13) is a runner up in boys under 16's, Mami Hagiwara(11) placed 3rd in girls under 12's, Masaki Koga(13) finished best 8. All of them practice in our players class. So proud of them!!


Woman's tennis suffers a heart blow

Our hearts go out to former British No.# 1 tennis player Elena Baltacha who passed away on Sunday with liver cancer at the age of 30. (photograph: telegraph.co.uk) She had been fighting with the disease since the age of 19.  She retired from tennis in 2013.