YouTuber achieves childhood dream, earns first ATP point


Content creation offers us a wide range of possibilities with which to spend hours and hours glued to a screen. Since the classic gameplays, cooking recipes, current news or podcasts, the range is very large, but there is always someone who surprises you, like the story we are going to tell you below.

In today’s article we will talk about Felix Mischker. Even if you know the world of tennis, it is more than possible that it does not sound familiar to you, and that is because This 20-year-old young man is a recurring tennis player on ITF circuits, and sometimes Challengers, the minor tournaments of this sport that serve as perfect preparation for young stars to train and make the leap to the professional circuit in the ATP 250, 500, Masters 1000 or the Grand Slams.

Throughout this process, he created a series on his YouTube channel in which he commented on his progress on the professional circuit with the clear objective of adding an ATP point. To do this, he uploaded various videos of the tournaments in which he participated, in addition to publishing training sessions with some established tennis players in the ranking, such as the case of Jack Draper who at the time of the video was among the 50 best tennis players on the circuit, or Popyrin a young Australian who is currently ranked 45th in the ATP rankings.

The data and progress up to that point has led to a challenge beyond the sport itself. Tennis Brothers (that’s what Felix’s channel is called) accumulates more than 189 mil subscribers on YouTube and has a large number of visits and following of its content, with several of its videos. Once he has earned his first ATP point, the Briton continues uploading content to the platform and little by little he updates his progress on the tennis circuit. Some followers are beginning to follow him beyond the videos, and They encourage you to continue uploading videos and prolong your process from scratch to go as far as possible in your professional career once you have achieved your goal of scoring your first ATP point.

Photo: Instagram de Felix Mischker

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