Offering more than just a social experience, or a football team that competes in the Egyptian league, Wadi Degla Clubs’ constant support of the Egyptian sports scene and its champions, has been very effective. Take, for example, Squash; Wadi Degla’s contribution left its mark on the game that brims with promising talents, as well as a host of established national world champions – including the world’s champions Ranim El Welily, Ali Farag, and Nouran Goahr. Squash is one of the many sports that Wadi Degla Clubs invest in and support.
The clubs’ latest addition to its victories is tennis, where Egyptian champion Mohammed Safwat earned his ticket to Tokyo 2020. As sponsors of the champion, Wadi Degla Clubs go the extra mile, teaming up with one of the world’s leading tennis coaching providers, Inspire2Coach, led by Mark Tennant, who boasts over 25 years of experience in the field in the UK.
The collaboration is set to take the clubs’ academy to a new level of professionalism, providing the latest techniques, be it in coaching or personal preparation for championships and international games. Collaborations, like the one between Wadi Degla Clubs and Inspire2Coach, should be seen more often in the sector, because it will definitely pay off in the long run.