Stormed into the world’s top 100 rankings – Michael Mmoh

Thu, 29.11.2018

Michael Mmoh celebrates in collaboration with head TU Coach Alexander Waske. Together they won 2 consecutive challenger events in Columbus, Ohio and Tiburon, California. Michael doubled his challenger titles tally whilst also cracking the top 100 players in the world! With the bright future and hard work of this team, we will be sure in keep you up to date with how Michael and Alex progress.

Here you can watch an interview which has been recorded after Michael’s win of the ATP Challenger Tour Title in Tiburon.

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