Angela Okutoyi, a teenage superstar, has been offered more than 30 scholarships by different American institutions.
On Friday, September 8, Tennis Kenya Secretary General Wanjiru Karani told the press that the schools were interested in providing financial aid for the tennis pro’s schooling.
Karani also said that Okutoyi, who is in the United States for a competition, would be touring the schools in the coming days to help her make a final decision.
The sports administrators also promised to help the 18-year-old make the best decision possible.
The girl prioritized her online schooling via multiple US-based platforms while concentrating on her tennis career.
Two times this year, the 18-year-old has created history. She won the Grand Slam Juniors competition at the Australian Open in January, making history as the first female tennis player to do so.
She then became the first Kenyan to win the Wimbleton in the UK on July 20, 2022.