Tracy “trish” Llamas – is a Filipina future star tennis player. Tracy, the brave heart of La Carlota City, Philippines qualified for (3)three months scholarship at MAC’S CRANKIT TENNIS ACADEMY(MCTA) SYDNEY AUSTRALIA prepared by PPS-PEPP Master leg 2017 final battle”Road to Australia”. The events have been directed by Bobby Mangunay’s one of the most prestigious junior future star tennis qualifying cup 2017, held at Isulan Capitol, Sultan Kudarat, Philippines.
Name: TRACY ‘trish’ LLAMAS
Height: 5’3 1/2
Current Residence: Philippines
Local career record: PHILTA RANK 6, UNIFIED RANK 4
International career record: Junior Fed Cup 2016 PRE QUALIFYING ASIA OCEANIA ( 3RD PLACE)
Plays: RIGHT HANDED / DOUBLE HANDED BACK HAND
Racquet sponsored by Babolat PH
EARLY LIFE CAREER BIOGRAPHY
Tracy started as a badminton player when she was in 4th grade and a volleyball on her 7th grade. She discovered playing tennis at the time, her family friend encouraged her to try and play lawn tennis at their respective local tennis court in her place. Afterwards, Trish feels immediately a different kind of suitable energy of full fullness and drive while she played on it. From then on she breathes and lives to choose lawn tennis as her sports career.
A year has folded since 2013, there is no shortcut ladder to achieve strong faith to win the fight. Even she failed to achieve the champion crown at first, Because of her family support especially her mom, she builds a strong foundation of courage, motivation, and inspiration to win the title of age-group competition championship in Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao and giving a chance to represent Philippines of ASIA Oceania Qualifying Jr. Fed Cup.
She said on Philtennis interview ” My motivations/inspirations in playing tennis is my mommy, She is my constant motivator and inspiration not only when I’m winning but when I lose a game. She keeps on telling me to do my best always no matter what“.
She smashed her first ever champion title at the age of (12) held in DUMALAG ,CAPIZ sponsored by PALAWAN PAWNSHOP AGE-GROUP REGIONAL TENNIS TOURNAMENT sanctioned by (PHILTA) Philippine Tennis Association at that time. Eventually, She represented team Philippines in Colombo, Sri Lanka (Junior Fed Cup 2016) Pre Qualifying Asia Oceania Girls 14-U 3rd place achiever.
Llamas achieved Lawn Tennis 2 silver and 1 bronze of “batang pinoy gold qualifying”, and ‘1 bronze ‘batang pinoy national finals’. Strike the iron while is hot; Trish crowned as silver medalist of PALARONG NIR 2017 a qualifying for PALARONG PAMBANSA 2017 NIR REPRESENTATIVE. Palarong Pambansa is one of the most prestigious primary and secondary school sports events in the Philippines.
The treasure of being hardworking, and not a quitter finally, After 4 years career, Tracy humbly shared 61 medals and 49 trophies from the start she played tennis. Tracy said ”
I can say that one of my biggest accomplishments while playing my sport is the friends that I made inside and outside the court. The experiences of traveling to different places and share those experiences with them“.
Trish uncovers to us his 5 secrets to becoming a champion,
What are top (5) words secrets and pieces of advice to become a champion that you could willing to share to the next Filipino future stars or to other people who wants to start playing lawn tennis?
Answer: positivity, patience, perseverance, faith, and determination.
1.positivity– I always stay positive in my every game. It helps me boost my self especially when my opponent is far better than me. I always think that what my opponent can do I can do it too
2.patience – patience is a virtue because there’s no short cut in my chosen sport. I have to be patient if I want to reach the top
3.perseverance– I have to persevere to the numerous hours of practice and endure all the pieces of training to hone my skill if I want to be the best of myself and ready for my every game
4.faith in myself that I can make it and I can be one of the best
5.determination to win every game
The brave heart star in La Carlota City, Tracy Llamas ready to fight the upcoming challenges…