ITF/ATF 14 & Under GSDF Team to Europe 2014

4th Jul - 10th Aug 2014



Adil Kalyanpur


Nation - India

DOB - 26/01/2000

Adil Kalyanpur, currently aged 14, has been playing tennis since he was five years old. He trains and lives in Bangalore, India.

At age 11, he won the prestigious Little Mo International Tournament at the IMG-Bolletieri Academy in Bradenton, Florida.  And later was ranked number 1 in India in the boys’ under 12 category in 2012.

He continued working hard and this January became top 3 All India in the under 14 age group. As a result he was selected to be on the Indian National junior tennis team. In April 2014 he reached a high of #2 in Asia.

Highlight of his young career was getting selected to play at Wimbledon later this year. He achieved this by winning the Road to Wimbledon series in Delhi organised by the Wimbledon foundation in April 2014.

Adil, in his junior career to date, has won 35 singles titles, 17 runners up and 21 doubles titles.

He is 5 ft 11 inches, tall for his age and an all round talented natural tennis player who loves to compete.

Seon Yong HAN - KOR

Seon Yong Han

Seon Yong HAN

Nation - Korea

DOB - 18/01/2001

13-year-old Seon Yong HAN started playing tennis when he was 8 years old. He lives in Pyeongtaek, Korea and trains in Hyo-Myung Middle School.

Seon Yong is currently ranked No.1 in ATF 14&under. In 2013 ATF Munkyeong 14U Series week 1, he reached semi finals in singles and won the doubles, and in week 2 he won the singles.

This year in Asia 14U Championships week 1, he was the winner of doubles and took 3rd place in singles and in week 2, he took 2nd place in singles. Seon Yong is a left handed player and he likes to compete on hard and clay courts.

Ui Sung PARK - KOR

Uisung Park

Ui Sung PARK

Nation - Korea

DOB - 27/09/2000

Ui Sung PARK is 14 years old and he started playing tennis at age 6. He’s training at Gye-Gwang Middle School in Cheonan, Korea.

Last year, he got the singles title in ATF Hochiminh Vietnam 14U and he was the member of 14U Davis Cup representing Korea this year.

Ui Sung has very powerful forehand and serve and he’s favorite court surface is hard court.

Chen-Jui HO - TPE

Chen Jui Ho

Chen-Jui HO

Nation - Chinese Taipei

DOB - 27/09/2000

Hazem NAW - SYR

Hazem Naw

Hazem NAW

Nation - Syria

DOB - 27/09/2000



Yong Han Seon


Nation - China

DOB - 28/03/2001

Zhouma NI MA - CHN

Nima Zhouma

Zhouma NI MA

Nation - China

DOB - 24/12/2000

Watsachol SAWATDEE - THA

Watsachol Sawatdee

Watsachol SAWATDEE

Nation - Thailand

DOB - 17/01/2000


Eliza Askarova


Nation - Kyrgyzstan

DOB - 16/04/2000

Eliza Askarova was born on the 16th of April, 2000. She is playing tennis at age 7. Basic right hand.

She prefers backhand and surface hard. She began to study  junior  tennis academy in Bishkek 2011, where she began to show results.

She won a series of six tournaments USTA different levels in 2012. In the same year,  she became the Champion of women in Kyrgyzstan.

2013- won the Championship of Central Asia up to 14 years and confirmed their title in Kyrgyzstan.

2014- took  3rd place at the Asian Championship to 14 years.

Mijeong PARK - KOR

Mijeong Park

Mijeong PARK

Nation - Korea

DOB - 15/03/2000

Mijeong PARK is a left handed player and has been playing tennis since she was 9 years old.

Last year she had many titles in Korean National tournaments and she also reached semi finals in both singles and doubles in ATF Munkyeong 14U Series.

Unlike other young girls, the best part of her game is that she is an all round player.



Yong Han Seon

Shukhrat Kayumov

Nation - Uzbekistan

DOB - 12/10/1984


Sachanun Viratprasert


Nation - Thailand

DOB - 01/01/1993

Suchanan Viratprasert or “Jan” to her friends in and off the tennis circle, is an ex WTA Player who reached her best WTA career ranking of 172 in Singles on 9th August 2004. With 9 ITF Womens Singles and 6 Doubles Pro Circuit titles under her belt, Jan has appeared in qualifying rounds of all the four Grand Slams.

Jan played the US Open and Australian Open Junior Grand Slams early on in her Juniors career and later went on to represent Thailand in the Fed Cup for 8 years, from 2001 – 2009. Jan helped the Thailand team join the World Group II in 2005 and 2006, after beating Australia and Croatia in their play-off matches.

In 2004, she helped the Thailand team gain promotion to World Group II, defeated the No.1 Australian player and world No.41 in three sets 6–2, 1–6, 6–1. In 2005, she beat the Croatian world No.96 Sanda Mamić in straight sets, 6–3, 7–6(1). Thailand finally lost to Croatia 2–3, but remained in World Group II. Jan Viratprasert played the world No.15 Nicole Vaidišová in the opening rubber match, but lost in three sets 6–3, 2–6, 0–6. But on the next day of play, she beat the world No.45 Iveta Benešová 6–4, 6–4.

Her best Doubles ranking was 357 in Feb 2004. In the regional achievements, Jan won the SEA Games Singles and Doubles titles a number of times.

To stay in touch with the game she loves and give back some of the experience she gathered over a number of years, Jan took up coaching by clearing the ITF Level 1 Coaches Course held in Bangkok. She recently participated in the ITF Regional Level 2 Coaches Course for training Advance Level Players in Bangkok Thailand.

Currently Jan coaches at the Bangkok Patana School, where she has been working with the Girls team for the last four years. The girls team of the school being coached by her are the SEA Schools Champions for the last four years, which means Jan is really giving a lot of her experience into the girls.

She takes to Europe her sea of experience and we are sure hopeful that Jan will justify her presence as the Team Coach for Girls.