Me and my sport: Harris Brogan

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Name: Harris Brogan

Age: 11

Home Town: Hawick

Sport: Tennis

Position/Discipline: Singles/Doubles

Club/Team(s): Wilton Park & Hawick/National Training Squad

Coach(es): Ross Murray/Lesley Thomas/Mhairi Beattie

Your own best moment in sport so far: Winning Waverley Tournament and East of Scotland.

Aims for the next 12 months: Improve my mental focus and my forehand. Compete at highest level possible finishing top 24, 11 and under in Britain.

Who in your sport has inspired you most and why: Rodger Federer as he is the all round tennis superstar who behaves well on court.

Fav TV sporting moment of all time: Andy Murray winning Wimbledon after being upset the year before.

Best thing about your sport: Get to make new friends and see places all over Britain.

Fav piece of kit/equipment: My Wilson blade 101 racket.

If you had the chance to change one thing in your sport, what: I think that it would be great to have indoor centre in the Borders because there are good players here.

Venue at which you most aspire to compete: Wimbledon where my friend Nik Stinghl has played, he says it was brilliant.

If not in this sport, would like to compete in: Rugby.

Current most played song or track on your i-pod or MP3: AC/DC – Whole Lotta Rosie.

……but can’t stand: One Direction songs.

Competition superstition or “must do” personal routine: Wear my Rowan Boland Trust wristband to keep me smiling.

When not competing or training I like to: Play with my friends and annoy my dad!

n The Borders Athlete Support Programme (ASP) is funded through Borders Sports and Leisure Trust and provides support services to promising athletes from the Borders who are recommended by their National Governing Body. For more information see www.sportborders.org.uk/asp