It was a bleak morning with the sound of the wind roaring over the silence. As I walked on the still court I felt sudden nerves go to me. I won the toss and choose to serve point by point my confidence grew on top of my nerves. In the end there was no point of nerves to come back because I won
6-0-6-0. My next match was a few hours away so I went to get some lunch. I came back just in time to hear my name called. When I stepped on the court I felt confident and only a little bit nervous but I knew it will go away. I won the toss and chose to serve. I hit so winners and won 6-2-6-2. The day ended with a trip to Carls Jnr it was delicious!
I went to bed at 7:30 and woke up at 7:30. A new day I felt fresh but nervous. When I got to the place I played I was called. I won the toss again and I chose to serve I won in a tough game 6-3-6-4. 2 hours later I was called I played the 3rd seeded I won the toss again and chose to serve the match was tight. In the end I won in 3 sets 6-3-3-6-6-1.
It was the next day, I walked up the tall steps and I was on court. The weather was warm with light winds. I was on court 9. The warm up took about 5 minutes I was nervous. I won the toss and chose to serve. I won the first point with a winning shot. The first game went so fast. I was up 5-0 and lost the next 2 games. I managed to win the next game. The second set was easier I was up 4-1 and won the next 2 games.
I was so happy and proud of myself. The prize giving was at 12:30. I had another hour left so we went to a sushi place to have lunch. I went back to the prize giving. I went up to get my trophy and my $400 travel voucher. I was surprised. After the prize giving I was picked to go on a 4 day camp in Auckland which was very hard but fun. Everyday we had to wake up at 6 o'clock and run around a track 5 times and play tennis for about 3-4 hours each day.