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Nigeria’s Roseline Nana Selected To Represent Quebec In Faceoff With Ontario

Roseline Nana, Nigeria’s young tennis sensation, has been selected to represent Quebec at a Duel 10 Quebec-Ontario tournament scheduled to hold later this month in Canada.

The Canada-based youngster is among 16 players (eight boys, eight girls) selected over their recent performances in Canadian junior tennis tournaments.

Roseline has won ten matches back-to-back on her way to winning two tournaments without dropping more than a game throughout the two competitions since she started competing in Canada.

The talented Nigerian wonderkid who is being closely monitored in Canada after her unbelievable performances in her age category, is fast becoming a household name in Canada after playing unbelievable tennis for her age.

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The mail informing her of the latest development reads: “Hello dear athletes,

“We hereby inform you that you were selected to represent Quebec at the next Quebec-Ontario meeting, DUEL 10, which will take place at IGA Stadium on April 26-27-28.

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“The matches will start on Friday at 9 a.m. and will continue until Sunday afternoon. It is mandatory to be present on Friday morning for a slight training at 8 a.m. followed by a small team meeting.

“You are guaranteed to play at least 4 singles games during the competition. Other formats will be also used during the event (tournament of the “chockeux, double…).

“For example, like the Canadian championships, the pool format leading to a championship or consolation table according to the results obtained will be used on Sunday. Therefore, players are guaranteed to play all weekend long.

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“The tournament will be played with regular balls.

“There will be “coaching” in the field. The coaches are Maxime Latour, Debbie Larocque and Daniel Rojas”.

The Coach Kay Kay Tennis Academy upstart was snapped up by the Aliassime Academy in Canada late 2023 and has moved to the national training center ever since.

Nigeria Tennis Live will keep tabs on the youngster whose rapid development has been a delight to her coaches and a pure inspiration to other youngsters in Nigeria.



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