Nigeria’s Christopher Bulus has won a tournament for his New Mexico Military Institute, the first for their region in 28 years.
Reports exclusively made available to Nigerian Tennis Live have it that the Nigerian youngster who joined the institution less than five months ago, is the number one player in the institution after passing the trials.
Bulus won his singles and doubles to give NMMI their first win in the region after 28 years, a feat ensured that they qualified for the nationals again.
|Proud Bulus breaks a 28-year-old jinx for his New Mexico Military Institute over the weekend.|
Although they had always qualified for the nationals, they had not won the intercollegiate qualifier in 28 years, which the young Nigerian tennis star made possible by winning the competition over the weekend.
The former Nigerian number four player will now play in the Nationals and if he qualifies with his region, he will feature in the All America championship.
|Bulus in action during the championship which shot him into prominence in the region.|
Nigerian Tennis Live scoops have it that the coaches in his school had nothing but great words of commendation for the young Nigerian who put the school on the spotlight for the very best reasons.
Nigerians are already proud of the player’s performance and expect him to keep the flag flying in the American region as more accolades await the Nigerian star.
Check out some more pictures from the tournament below:
|Bulus (far right) won it for his region.|
|Fun time after amazing win by the Nigerian super star.|
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