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Introduction
Conrad Betton is one of British tennis’ brightest talents. Training at Hallamshire Tennis and Squash Club, Sheffield he is looking to further develop his escalating career with the assistance of sponsors to help fund his coaching, travel and equipment expenses.
Conrad 19, has achieved much in his  tennis career so far. He trains full time with David Sherwood in Sheffield and whilst David ranked 256 in the world, was partnering Andrew Murray  helping Great Britain to a historic Davis Cup Victory against Israel in February, Conrad was in search of International world ranking points in Portugal the same week.
However in order to reach the next step on the International Tennis Circuit, Conrad requires vital help from Sponsors in order to fund his search for Ranking points. As a Professional Tennis player, Conrad has to fund his tournament expenses privately. This includes flights, Hotel and food bills and tournament entry fees. On top of this already spiralling amount, he also requires rackets to be strung and gripped and adequate footwear and clothing in order to compete.
In order to progress to the next level, it is imperative that Conrad is able to travel to many far away countries, but without funding it is impossible for him to be able to afford to do so. This is where you can help; any amount of funding could help Conrad travel and maybe earn the one extra ranking point which could make all the difference.
In aiding Conrad in his pursuit of elusive ranking points your company can also reap the rewards, by advertisement on clothing, tickets to major events and many other benefits.
We very much appreciate that you have taken the time to consider our offer, and hope that we can reach some sort of agreement.



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