In a year marked by stellar accomplishments, The McDonald College Tennis Stream in collaboration with Voyager Tennis proudly looks back on the extraordinary achievements of its young athletes in 2023. From dominating major Australian tournaments to delivering standout performances on the global stage, our program celebrates a year of triumphs.
Our players left an indelible mark in various national tournaments, showcasing exceptional skills and unwavering determination.
Suri Suchovsky’s outstanding European summer was a standout feature of the year. Her victory in claiming the first international title in Ireland garnered widespread attention. Recognizing her exceptional potential, Tennis Australia extended an invitation for Suri to participate in two prestigious 12&U tournaments in Florida this December – the Eddie Herr International Junior Championship and the Orange Bowl.
Chase Zhao’s Striking Run:
Chase Zhao’s impressive performance at the 16&U Australian Championships in December, reaching the finals, captured the attention of tennis enthusiasts. His outstanding display has earned him a wild card entry into the J300 ITF event in Traralgon, showcasing his growing prowess on the court and hinting at a promising future in the international tennis scene.
As The McDonald College Tennis Stream in partnership with Voyager Tennis reflects on the triumphs of 2023, the anticipation for continued growth and success in 2024 is palpable. The dedication, talent, and international recognition of these young athletes reflect our collaborative commitment to excellence in tennis development. The success stories of Suri Suchovsky and Chase Zhao are shining examples of the impact of The McDonald College Tennis Stream Program with Voyager Tennis, both nationally and on the global stage.
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