Originally Posted by fleemke│
mmm I did Antwerp twice, Hasselt, several Fed Cups and DAvis cup and I love working there
Ok I admit I have a nicer job as some others ( Come-on-kim f.e.
) but I also started with ticket/vip control. Now I'm in the service team
In Hasselt I was responsable for center court and the lockerrooms, probably the same job for me in Antwerp
I see more things than most of the others, I can see tennis and I got some money, not that much but that doesn't matter for me
Well Tickets control is really nice I think! You just have to control during the changeovers and you can watch the matches!
What was annoying/great at the same time was controling the people at the player entrance... It was great because you get to see all the players and talk to them but annoying at the same time because beside the players/coach/organisation no one enters by that door
But anyway, it's great to work at tournaments! Well it depends who works with you...
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