Sporting Life

Your World. Your Way.

Sporting Life - January 2015

Shares inspiring stories of those who have created their own unique path to success, regardless of their skills or situation. Watch as world number one tennis player, Novak Djokovic shares his experiences, along with how the game of tennis has impacted so many people across the globe, far beyond centre court.

Novak Djokovic introduces stories of tennis players who've reached just that bit further…and are truly inspirational. 

Meet Anna - At just eight years old, she has a talent for tennis. But living on a farm outside Gunnedah in north eastern NSW means she has to go further than most for tennis practice, travelling over 250 kilometres a week just to attend tennis classes. She hasn’t let age or distance get in the way of her passion for tennis. 

Michael Chang, the youngest French Open Grand Slam winner in history is still inspired by the game and wants to pass on his coaching skills to new generations of players in Asia to be the best that they can be. 

Lee Duck Hee is a young South Korean tennis player with hearing impairment, as he found out he was deaf in the second grade. Despite the disability, Lee has forged ahead with his love of tennis, and by early 2014 was ranked 6th in the International Tennis Federation’s junior boys category, capturing the hearts of tennis fans as well as tennis greats.