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ITF/CAT AJC Qualifiers: After Doubles Triumph, Nigeria’s Youngsters Kick Off Team Event In Togo

Team Nigeria to the ongoing ITF/CAT West & Central African Junior Championships in Lomé, Togo are already on course for another impressive half of the competition after claiming the boys and girls’ doubles title.

The players distinguished themselves with impeccable performances that proved how the nation’s junior stars are on the continent, and were the cynosure of all eyes with their impressive shows.

Nigeria Tennis Live feelers from Togo have it that the players will be competing in the team event starting from this morning as they seek to consolidate their current run of form.

The Nigerian youngsters kick off their day with the U14 girls up in a tricky tie against hosts Togo, while the U16 girls battle Benin Republic.

For the next round of matches, the Nigerian U14 boys will slug it out against their Sierra Leonean counterparts while the U16 Nigerian boys will tackle Benin Republic.

With these fixtures, the Nigerian youngsters will be hoping to get the better of their counterparts from other countries and continue their dominance of junior tennis in the region.

The likes of Marylove Edwards, Abua Canice, Serena Teluwo, Ganiyu Mubarak, Oiza Yakubu are expected to put up a fight in their respective matches today.

Nigeria Tennis Live, the number one ‘stop-shop’ for Nigerian tennis reports, will continue with the reports on the players’ performance in Togo, and share with our teeming audience.

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  1. Nigerian tennis has changed I love that not like before to God be the glory

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