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NTF reveals plans for junior, wheelchair tennis

The President of the Nigeria Tennis Federation, Engineer Dayo Akindoju, says the federation is bent on making sure the International Tennis Federation approves its proposal of having a substantial number of weeks for ITF Junior Tennis tournaments.

Nigeria sweeps titles at ITF Wheelchair Tennis Futures

Alex Adewale and Kafayat Omisore emerged champions of the men’s and women’s singles of the Puma ITF Wheelchair Tennis Futures in Abuja over the weekend.
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Wheelchair tennis ranking tournament serves off in Lagos

Wheelchair tennis players across the country will slug it out for four days in Lagos as the national ranking tournament serves off today.

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