The Beckhams invest to turn their son Romeo into a tennis champ

David and Victoria Beckham want to turn their son Romeo into a real tennis star. For this, British marriage has invested more than 30,000 euros to build a tennis court with artificial turf in his mansion in Castwolds. According to the Daily Mail, the former 44-year-old spices Girl wants her second eldest son, aged 16, to become "David Beckham of Tennis," and the young man has already been advised by some of the most prestigious players in the sport.

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According to the British newspaper, the first plans of the former footballer and the designer for that space in his residence in southwestern England, valued at more than six million euros, was to build a football field, an idea that discarded after the interest of Romeo by the Racket Sport. "The property of Oxfordshire has always been David's favorite project, Victoria has shown very little interest and, in the past, resisted having it. But now he sees it as a great place for Romeo to spend the summer holidays playing tennis. David also supports Romeo, but it is Victoria who cares more about receiving a professional preparation, "explains some sources to the tabloid.

The architect Michael Ergatoudis is in charge of the design of the tennis court of the Beckham and, after presenting the plans last May, the aerial photos published by the British newspaper show that the project is almost finished.

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Romeo Beckham, who stopped playing football in Arsenal at the age of 13, plays at the London Tennis Club, for which his mother has paid up to 12,000 pounds to avoid the waiting list of the prestigious club. The young man has trained with Andy Murray, Kyle Edmund, Caroline Wozniacki or Grigor Dimitrov, among other professionals. The latter, he opened a bright future. "Romeo is a big tennis fan, it's amazing. To be honest, he's pretty slick and very talented. If it continues, it will go far, "the Bulgarian tennis player acknowledged in an interview with the British edition of Hello!.

The passion for the tennis of the second of the four children of the Beckham is such that, in July of 2017, the young man was aimed at the Academy of Rafa Nadal in Majorca to polish his technique. His father, the explayer of Real Madrid and Manchester United, accompanies him and supports him, even if he can, he also plays with him, as both show on his social networks. "When he told me he wanted to quit football for tennis, part of me was devastated, but I also felt relief," David Beckham said in an interview.

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