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The Guardian with an article about young Bulgarian-born ambidextrous rising star in tennis

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In an article entitled “Teo Davidov, the ambidextrous youth tennis star who doesn’t hit backhands” the Guardian writes about 10-year old Bulgarian-born Teo Davidov living in Denver, Colorado.

"The young talent from Denver, Colorado was competing in the 12-and-under category at the Adidas Easter Bowl in San Diego, and made it all the way to the quarter-finals by exclusively hitting forehands off of both wings," the Guardian writes. “The tennis is only the external part but it’s also in support of our deeper aspirations,” father Kalin, who is Teo's manager says.

Teo also enjoys activities such as skiing, hiking, soccer, ping pong and basketball according to his father. Away from sports, he plays the piano “a little bit” and spends time with friends, the Guardian writes.


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