Li Na Putting Effort To Help Next Generation Of Stars Of China

These days the great tennis star Li Na seems busier than ever post retirement.

If you think, she is busy in looking after her daughter Alisa and son Sapajou, who were born in the year 2015 and 2016, and then it is not like that. The two-time Grand Slam champion of China is busy in planning to build a tennis academy under her name. She is also in the process of co-producing a biopic of her career along with renowned director of Hong Kong Peter Chang. Meanwhile, she is also carrying out her ambassadorial responsibility and duties, and at the same time fulfilling the commitments she has made to her sponsors.
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NA LI ENJOYING RETIREMENT FROM TENNIS

China’s first singles champion at the majors, Na Li seems to be enjoying her retirement from the game.


She hung up her racket about three years back but she has been busy with a lot of profitable ventures that has made retirement enjoyable.

The two time Grand Slam left tennis due to a string of injuries but she has gotten her mojo back on as she ventured into business. She reportedly made USD20 million last year from various deals she was involved in.
Na Li started a tennis academy in her home country named ‘Li Na Land.’ Along with her husband and former coach Jiang Shan and their two children, they have been working together round the clock.

She says she wants Li Na Land to have a restaurant, a hotel, and spa resort. The project is beyond getting funds and an academy with her name on it but a proper system that fulfils its objectives. She says she would not run the school but the right partnerschool would. Read more »

NA LI ENJOYING RETIREMENT FROM TENNIS

China’s first singles champion at the majors, Na Li seems to be enjoying her retirement from the game.


She hung up her racket about three years back but she has been busy with a lot of profitable ventures that has made retirement enjoyable.

The two time Grand Slam left tennis due to a string of injuries but she has gotten her mojo back on as she ventured into business. She reportedly made USD20 million last year from various deals she was involved in.

Na Li started a tennis academy in her home country named ‘Li Na Land.’ Along with her husband and former coach Jiang Shan and their two children, they have been working together round the clock.

She says she wants Li Na Land to have a restaurant, a hotel, and spa resort. The project is beyond getting funds and an academy with her name on it but a proper system that fulfils its objectives. She says she would not run the school but the right partnerschool would. Read more »

EISENBUD:LI NA IS A TRUE PIONEER

It was in September 2014 that Li Na, famous Chinese tennis player hung up her racquets as a professional player, thus retiring from the game.


However, the year following has been some pretty rosy ones for her in terms of finance.

According to a recent CNN piece, IMG’s Max Eisenbud who is Li’s agent has it that the tennis star recently “made somereally big money” on Chinese reality TV programs. Since after retiring from the sport three years ago, there has been more and more opportunities for Li Na to pad her earnings, while also furthering her personal brand’s visibility.

Eisenbud, who also serves in the capacity of Maria Sharapova’s agent made mention of how much they have passed on and how much interest there is in so many things. Read more »

LI NA IN NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH NIKE, TO INTRODUCE CLOTHING LINE

Li Na, one of China’s greatest Tennis Star will be entering into a new partnership with Nike, which would see her introducing her own clothing line.


Despite it being no less than 2 years since she retired from the sort, Li Na still remains a household name amongst some of the biggest companies of the world.

The star tennis player who became the first Grand Slam singles champion in Asia won the Grand Slam two times and held the world No. 2 position before finally quitting the sport in 2014.

She partners with Nike, her long-time clothing sponsor in this new move which will see them release the Li Na collection this month in China. Read more »

LI ANNOUNCES PREGNANCY NEWS

Asian tennis player Na Li announced via Facebook that she is pregnant with her second child. Just ahead of the French Open, an event she won in 2011, Li wrote for herself and her husband, Jiang “Dennis” Shan.


“We are very excited to add a new member to our family and for our daughter Alisa to have a younger sibling,” the post read.

She did not disclose when exactly the baby would be born, choosing rather to keep her fans in suspense. However, she hinted that it would be “later this year.” Na will soon have the same number of children as she does major singles titles.

Fans took to her Facebook page to congratulate her even as some confessed that they were not so pleased with her early retirement. Li, who retired in 2014, seems she to be fully enjoying her time off. In the post, the 34-year-old also revealed a new endorsement with Nongfu Spring Baby Water and the Wuhan Open – the WTA tour event that will again be held in her birthplace during the season’s so-called Asian swing after the U.S. Open. Read more »