For this week we have the honor to interview another important german tennis player, Jeremy Jahn. With his words he will help us to understand how tennis players live their particular style of life and especially if they think to be real tennis travellers.
Jeremy Jahn was born in Munich on 04/05/1990, he began his professional tennis career in 2008 when he got his first ATP point. In 2013 he won his first professional tournament in Koeln (Germany) but is in the current year that he did his best results with 4 future titles won and some good performance in challenger tournaments like semifinal reached in Maroc last week; these results let him to get his best ATP ranking position (240) just on this Monday.
But now the interview…
Jeremy, how many years are you wandering the world to play tennis tournaments ?
I am now traveling and playing the circuit for 8 years.
Are you able to enjoy and visit the places where you play tournaments ?
It’s really difficult sometimes. If you are long into the tournament you have to keep to focus for the match and there is not that much time to make a big cityvisit. But sometimes you get some time and can enjoy the nice places.
What is the most beautiful place did you discover playing tennis?
I already went in countries like Iran, South Africa, South Korea but one of the most beautiful city was Sevilla in Spain.
What is the most beautiful place of your country that you would suggest us to visit?
In my country I would suggest to visit Bavaria , especially Munich and there are really other nice places like the lake Bodensee.
You played in last months in many different cities like Maroc, Tunisy, Korea. Is there one of this countries where you would like to live?
So I feel really good and comfortable in Munich. I am happy where I am 😉
I see. And last question…what are your next tournaments planned and your professional goals for future?
I am currently in Marocco, then I have some days off. After that I play again two Challengers in Marocco. My goals for sure are to getting better every day and reach the highest ranking as possible. But first of all I really want to play the Australian Open in 2017!
Many thanks Jeremy.
If you want to discover much more about suggested German region of Bavaria or to discover the calm beauty of Bodensee Lake look at these useful links:
See you soon guys!!!