| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff


Sportime Kings Park hosted the latest installment of the Sportime World Tour series this past Saturday, as kids came together for a Beijing-themed event.

The first World Tour event in almost eight months paid homage to the China Open and saw players taking part in different drills and games as they rotated around the various clay and hard courts within Sportime Kings Park.

As always, DJ CM was on hand to keep everybody entertained by playing music, and the kids and parents were treated to Asian-inspired cuisine.

The goal of the World Tour events is to bring together students from all Sportime clubs to meet and compete in an age and level appropriate format based on Pro Tour competitions.

“We were very pleased with the turnout for this event, were able to fill up every session and now our challenge is finding ways to create more space for even more players!” said Sportime World Tour Director Jason Wass.

The next installment of the World Tour will be held on January 20 at Sportime Syosset with Melbourne, Australia and the Australian Open as the theme.

“We are always experimenting with new wrinkles to keep it fun and exciting for both the on-court and off-court portions of our program,” added Wass. “For updates and future event registration, parents should go to our website: www.sportimeny.com/worldtour. Pictures and videos from this weekend’s event, as well as previous World Tour events are posted there for all to see.”

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Sportime World Tour: Beijing