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Elysia Wan - Tennis Player


  • DOB: 02.08.2002
  • Hand Used: Right
  • Height: 175cm
  • Racket: Currently using YONEX E-Zone 97, 285gm
  • Strings: Signum Pro
  • Clothing: NIKE. Because of the quality, style and brand's value.
  • Shoes: Nike (US9), Asics (US8)
  • Any Sponsors: NO
  • Favourite Player: Roger Federer     
  • Career Aspirations: Become a PRO    
  • Favourite Tournament: Australian Open 
  • Best Surface: Hard   
  • Best Win: My best WIN is yet to come.    
  • Goals for Year: ITF Junior will be a training ground for me to building it up for ITF PRO for next year.
  • Favourite Quote: The pain you feel today is the strength you'll feel tomorrow.


Petaling Jaya



Aims & Goals

  • My main goal is to become a PRO player and I am sure with my determination, persistence and talent somebody out there can help me to reach that goal.

Playing experience:

  • 2019 FED CUP Asia & Oceania Group II, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • 2019 Philippines 30th SEA Games.
  • 2018 Kunming International Tennis Tournament, China.
  • 2018 WTA Future Star (U16), Singapore.

Education & Rankings:

  • Home schooling and English is main spoken and written language.
  • Current National Ranking: #1 Singles & Doubles
  • Best ITF Junior Ranking: #768 (2018)


Sly Black, former coach of Coco Guff. Hua Hin, Thailand.

Elysia possesses a big game. She serves big and explosive backhand. Footwork needs improvement. Hardworking and very determined.

Paradorn Srichaphan, Head coach at True Paradorn Academy, Hua Hin, Thailand. Former world no.9.

Elysia trained under me for a period of time in 2018. She showed tremendous amount of talent and very hardworking during my guidance. With good international tournament exposures, this girl have the potential to go far.

Raphael Maurer, Head coach, Barcelona Tennis Academy, Spain.

I have worked with Elysia as she has come to academy in 2015 and 2016. I believe that with the right training program, support network and rigorous discipline around her, she definitely will make it to the next level.