LAHORE - The Junior Talent Hunt Tennis Camp is in full swing here at the Bagh-e-Jinnah grass courts under the supervision of Punjab Lawn Tennis Association (PLTA). As many as 65 young players registered their names in the camp which is being held on the directions of PLTA President Iftikhar Ahmad Rao who is keen to promote the sport and young talent across the country. Out of 65, now around 30 are under training and rest of the players have left the camp, said Secretary PLTA Kh Mohammad Bukhsh here on Friday as he was supervising the camp and handling each and every matter in a befitting manner. All the coaches are working under the able supervision of experienced coach and former Pakistan Davis Cupper Rasheed Malik. The PLTA management also called a coach from Kuwait Mr Asif Feroz who started his tennis here from the PLTA and now a days training tennis players in a local tennis club in Kuwait. Talking about the camp, Asif said that it was very good step taken by PLTA and would help in promoting young and talented tennis players. It was a good way to hunt young lot which was keen to play the game and by training them, we could have best young players, he added. Other coaches Ilyas Ahmad and Ustaad Mana also appreciated the step taken by the PLTA and said that it would provide opportunity to youngsters who want to start their career as tennis player. They said that parents were looking excited seeing their children playing tennis but they should encourage them to keep on playing the game. The two youngsters in the camp Hussain Ahmad and Khubaib Ahmad seemed very enthusiastic and keen to play the game on regular basis. One of their senior coach talking about them said that they had great talent and by making them technically strong, we could have best output of the this camp and their future was bright enough to start tennis professionally.