Reports reaching Nigeria Tennis Live have it that talented youngster, Roseline Nana, has safely arrived Canada to join the Aliassime Academy.
Recall that for some weeks now, the news about her movement to Canada to continue with her education has filled the internet, as many well-wishers kept sending encomium her way.
And after a rigorous trip from Nigeria since Monday, 30 October, she safely arrived on Wednesday, 1 November, with her excited dad.
The Coach Kay-Kay Academy youngster will now start her first three months of training in the Academy before either choosing to either leave or renew the contract for another one year, according to the details obtained by our correspondent.
“We arrived safely and went through a tough immigration screening but we are out and free to go to our hotel,” a short message sent by her dad to Nigeria Tennis Live read.
Roseline’s move to Canada at such a young age is believed to be a really good step in the right direction for the 9-year-old as it will help grow her tennis from a very young age.
She joins the likes of Oyinlomo Quadre, Mariam Alli-Balogun, Jumai Mohammed, Serena Teluwo, Marylove Edwards, Ozi-Oiza Yakubu as the Nigerian female players to move abroad to further their tennis development.
Nigerians will be hoping to hear more about Roseline in the coming weeks, as she shows the exact skills that the Academy saw to have invited her in the first place.