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Monastir ITF: Quadre Partners Japanese To Win Tough Doubles Tie

Smarting off from her impressive comeback on Tuesday afternoon, Oyinlomo Quadre partnered a Japanese player to win her doubles match, Nigeria Tennis Live has gathered.

The 17-year-old youngster played with Japan’s Rina Saigo to defeat Nefisa Berberovic and Daria Lodikova from Bosnia and Russia respectively. The won 6-4, 7-6(4).

With this win, the Nigerian youngster is now in the quarterfinal stage of the doubles event, and will fancy her chances to land in the semis when she returns to the court with Saigo on Thursday evening.

Oyinlomo Quadre is the highest ranked Nigerian on the Junior ITF rankings as she is presently 1012 in the world WTA rankings . Photo credit: File

The pair will take on the number two seed pairing of Magali Kempen and Chelsea Vanhoutte both from Belgium.

Nigeria Tennis Live can report that Quadre, ranked 1012 in the recently released WTA ratings, has been impressive all week, after her unprecedented comeback victory over Spain’s AlmudenaSanz-Llaneza in her first round match.

The Nigerian was 2-5 down in the second set, having won the first set 6-2, but she saved 4 match points to advance to the second round of her second leg stay in Monastir, Tunisia.

With her increasing fan base internationally, Nigerians will be rooting for the Morocco-based Nigerian Slam winner to produce another moment of magic when she takes up her opponent in the second round of the $15k tournament.

Nigeria Tennis Live will keep monitoring the activities of the player and report her performance to our teeming audience scattered across the globe.

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