TENNIS | 2021 GRAD, #1 RANKED IN NEW BRUNSWICK
Singles & Doublesposition
I started playing tennis when I was seven-years-old. I fell in love with the sport while on vacation in Mexico. My father, a former pro hockey player who loved playing tennis, decided to sign me up for the recreational program at the Quispamsis Tennis Club. At nine, I entered my first competition. For many years I decided to balance playing hockey, baseball, badminton, and tennis. I competed at a very high level in hockey, but at the age of 13 I decided I wanted to chase my dream of playing college tennis.
Where we live is not optimal for tennis and I like to compare it to trying to be a pro hockey player from Jamaica. To keep up with other competitive juniors in Canada, when I started, I had to train in my garage, on my own with a ball machine or with my father feeding me balls at the outdoor courts. We have no indoor facility where I live.
It is a dream of mine and I have made many sacrifices to play tennis, but I love the sport. I am a hard worker who wants to get better every time I step on the court. Please review my information. I think I would be a great asset to your team and your school. Thank you!
UTR RankingI am hard at work trying to improve my UTR.
Most Sportsmanlike Athlete At U16 NationalsDuring the Outdoor Nationals, I was voted the Most Sportsmanlike Athlete by Tennis Canada for the entire event.
Tennis Canada Club Pro 1 CertifiedFrom what I've heard, I'm one of the youngest in Canada to have the Club Pro 1 certification. Hoping it's not to long until I can take the Club Pro 2!
ATA 4 Star U16, U18, U18D FinalistI made it to u16 singles final, u18 singles final and u18 doubles final. Unfortunately, I had to withdraw from the finals due to injury therefore, I was not able to compete in those matches today. Overall, I'm very happy with my play and I will be back playing in PEI in 2 weeks.🎾
Finalist Atlantic Outdoor U16 Junior Tennis ChampionshipsQualified to go to Nationals. Lost in the final to the top player in the region, Aiden Drover-Mattinen (26th ranked in Canada) in the finals by scores of 6/1, 6/3.
4 Star Atlantic Circuit EventDefeated the #1 seed in both the Under 16 & Under 18 boys finals to win a pair of titles
“I have never been around an athlete, not just a tennis player who is 17 years old who understands what a high-performance mindset is. He not only works hard, but he also works smart during all his training sessions. Cade is so driven to get better, it’s not by accident he is the player he is. He is super “coachable”, learns fast and is a great person on and off the court.“
Pierre-Alexandre Hebert(506)-524-7550 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kennebecasis Valley High School
Graduation year: 2021