Sabrina Stocker, 23, is better known for appearing on BBC One show The Apprentice, where she reached the Semi-Final. Away from the TV screens, she is the Managing Director of her own Tennis company – My Tennis Events. Sabrina’s other claim to fame was appearing in the popular TV show The Inbetweeners after it was filmed at her secondary school, Ruislip High.The London-born Entrepreneur began playing Tennis at the tender age of seven, winning the prestigious Queen’s tournament at just 12, she then took the bold move of becoming a tennis coach at the age of 14. Sabrina launched My Tennis Events in 2016 with zero capital and using her own medals and trophies to give to winners. It then became so successful that she now runs 400 different tournaments a year and has gained partnerships with David Lloyd, Virgin Active, Better and the LTA.
At the age of 19 Sabrina decamped to the Edinburgh Business School to study for an MBA, she became the youngest person ever to graduate from the University with distinction, and she believes this helped her with her Apprentice tasks. On her first day filming the show, admits to being more excited about seeing Lord Alan Sugar, Claude Littner and Karren Brady. She made lots of great friends taking part in the show and still keeps in touch with them via group chats and events.Aside from tennis Sabrina’s other passion is travelling and she previously globetrotted for travel company STA, making online content for them from every country she visited. She cites Emma Watson as one of her leading role models, due to the fact she is a feminist, extremely smart and very good at what she does. Sabrina also looks up to entrepreneur Gary Vee, as she believes he is very wise and agrees significantly with his business advice and opinions.