At 14, GB tennis player Josh Sapwell was tipped to be the next Andy Murray.
Having won National and European events as a junior, he became the U14 Junior World Champion in 2010, winning the prestigious Orange Bowl event in Miami. Josh was only the 3rd British player to win the boys event.
He went on to be a Quarter-Finalist at Junior Wimbledon, but a catalogue of events led to him quitting the sport at the tender age of 20.
In today´s episode Josh speaks about his journey and why he stopped playing for the first time. A powerful listen.
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