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The Republic of Benin is a French-speaking country in West Africa, with a population of about 12 million people. Despite its small size, the country is home to many avid tennis players. The game is popular among all age groups, including children. But unfortunately, many of these kids either lack tennis equipment, or have to make do with worn-out rackets and balls.


Second Serve is now helping to change that. We’ve recently partnered with the nonprofit Tennis for a Better Life, and are helping that organization provide rackets, balls, and even shoes to aspiring tennis players in Benin.


Tennis for a Better Life, founded by former pro player Paul Segodo, is dedicated to helping young players in Benin experience the joy of tennis and develop their skills. Second Serve is honored to support this worthwhile organization, in fulfillment of our mission to give everyone a chance to play the beautiful game of tennis.

By Diego Núñez

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