From the beginning of June 2019 we have been supporting young tennis professional Anton Matusevich.
Hailed as one of the biggest emerging talents in the future of the men's game, Anton Matusevich picked up his first Grand Slam victory in 2018 by winning the US Open Boys Doubles title with Bulgarian Adrian Andrrev.
He also reached the quarter-finals of the Wimbledon Boys singles tournament 2019.
Anton has won titles in two $15k tournaments (M15) in Tallahassee, Florida and Getafe Madrid.
Why we are working in partnership with Anton:
Anton has the ambition, work ethic and desire to succeed; values that align perfectly with our own business.
To support and be a part of his exciting journey to reach his goals. Anton stands apart from the crowd in a pool of rising talent.
We’re excited to see where Anton’s talent will take him.
Train like a professional tennis player
Anton shares exercises from his training programme, recommending you do each exercise ten times, completing the circuit twice.
What is it like to be a rising star in the competitive world of tennis?
Catch up with our ambassador, Anton Matusevich as he discusses what keeps him motivated during lockdown, what it's like to play at Wimbledon and who his sporting heroes are.
Key facts about Anton
Fastest serve in mph
ATP Singles Ranking
Age Anton started playing tennis
Current yearly singles wins
Anton has won a British Tour event at the National Tennis Centre.
The British Tour is part of a series of tournaments the LTA are putting on for the top Elite British Players to prepare them for the return of the ATP and WTA Tours. The ATP tour returned in Cincinnati and the US Open starts on Monday 21st September.
Anton has won another LTA British Tour event
Anton has won a LTA British Tour event at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton, overcoming three opponents to take home the title.
Anton shows us how he's staying on top form during the lockdown with his at-home training programme.
Key stats about Anton
Height: 6ft 1
Greatest tennis achievement so far: Junior Wimbledon semi-finalist and reaching semi-finals of $25k Chiswick