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Seun Ogunsakin, former African no. 1 U-14 player, wins his first ever J60 title in Tunisia.

He won the J30 in Bizerte last week and has now won the Singles and Doubles title in Carthage, Tunisia.

Up next, Zimbabwe, for another round of J60 and J100 events.

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The last time Nigeria hosted the @DavisCup Qualifier was in 2007 - 17 years ago.

Coincidentally, we were in Group II at the time and this year’s event presents us with the best opportunity in about a decade, to return there after recently gaining promotion from Group IV.

Seun Ogunsakin, former African no. 1 U-14 player, wins his first ever J60 title in Tunisia.

He won the J30 in Bizerte last week and has now won the Singles and Doubles title in Carthage, Tunisia.

Up next, Zimbabwe, for another round of J60 and J100 events.

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The last time Nigeria hosted the @DavisCup Qualifier was in 2007 - 17 years ago.

Coincidentally, we were in Group II at the time and this year’s event presents us with the best opportunity in about a decade, to return there after recently gaining promotion from Group IV.

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