Want to finally test out your dream of being in front of a camera, here’s your chance
31 October 2018| Last updated on 1 November 2018
Being a report isn’t just glitz and glam, it takes hard work and dedication
To those who live in Dubai and have always wondered what a profession in journalism includes, then you can test out your dreams next month!
There’s a city-wide manhunt for the perfect “kiddie reporter” for the 2018 Mubadala World Tennis Championship.
For all the tennis lovers in the city, you can enter your little ones to be a part of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Your little ones can interview famous tennis champions Novak Djokovic, Venus Williams, Kevin Anderson, Dominic Thiem, Karen Khachanov, and Hyeon Chung.
Taking place from December 27 to December 29 at the International Tennis Centre at Zayed Sports City in Abu Dhabi and will be full of wonderful surprises, especially to those little journalists.
And don’t worry, the little aspiring journalists will not be left to report on their own – one of the best sports journalist, Reem Abuleil, who will help the kids come up with brilliant questions and interviews.
Want to know what the prize is?
Not only will the winner get to meet the world’s top-ranked tennis stars but they’ll also get the chance to attend post-match press conferences and be a part of live reporting.
All the gateways to instant fame!
Here’s what you need to do
If you’ve got little boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 14 years old, then it’s simple from there:
- 1. Just submit a video showing their journalistic skills
- 2. All participants must submit their posts by November 29
- Kiddie reports will be announced on December 5
They can be interviewing friends, family, teacher or anyone they deem inspiring and worth a story!
More about the 2018 Mubadala World Tennis Championship
In its 11th edition of the Championship, this year’s MWTC will feature a strong line-up six male players and two female players, all of those who are at the top of their game.
The line-up already includes some of tennis’ finest including world number two Novak Djokovic, Dominic Thiem (7), 2018 Wimbledon finalist Kevin Anderson, Karen Khachanov (19) and Hyeon Chung (27) and seven-time Grand Slam winner Venus Williams.