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At 14, with the support of his family, he moved to Bradenton Florida to train with renowned tennis instructor, Heath Turpin. In 2011 at the age of 16, Brayden moved to Montreal and trained for two years under the guidance of Guillaume Marx at Canada’s National Tennis Centre. There he continued to develop his tennis skills, while taking on-line classes through Bill Crothers Secondary School, a school specializing in elite sports, where he eventually graduated from. Even at this young age, the insightful budding athlete recognized that “tennis isn’t just about winning and losing; but building skills and character”.

Brayden has many accomplishments to celebrate, but he proudly recalls a pivotal moment at age 17 when, despite losing in the Junior Wimbledon qualifying rounds, he overcame the loss and with drive and perseverance, went on to make it into the finals of the professional men’s singles Futures event a week later in Kelowna BC.

His fondest memory of his tennis career, occurred a year later, when at 18, he won the G1 International Tennis Federation in Repentigny, Quebec, becoming the first ever male Canadian to win the Tournament.

In January 2014 Brayden took a scholarship at the University of North Carolina where his career gained even more momentum at UNC, some accomplishments were the Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s National Rookie of the Year, Freshman of the Year, Singles Champion at the ITA National Indoor Championships and UNC’s Athlete of the Year.

In July of 2015 he was part of the Canadian tennis team at the Pan American Games in Toronto and made it to the quarterfinals of the men’s singles. He followed that great performance by upsetting world number 98, Ruben Bemelmens, in August at the Rogers Cup qualifying.

Brayden is experienced in both singles and doubles and has honed his raw talent into skills that will position him well in the world of professional tennis. When asked to what he attributes his success in tennis, Brayden cites his tireless discipline and unwavering self-belief. “I know I can do this. I know I can play with the best of them.”   For more detailed results check out the attached link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brayden_Schnur

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