Na-Adjrago & Cruickshank win 2017 National Rankings Tour 3

Ghana’s number one Wisdom Na-Adjrago proved his class as he won the 2017 National Ranking Tour 3 title with a dramatic wins over Benjamin Fumi last Saturday at the Accra Sports Stadium Tennis Court. Na-Adjrago won 6-3, 1-6, 6-4 in 3 hours and 40 minutes to take home the National Ranking title. “To win this final against one the best players in the Ghana is something which is really fantastic for me. I think I played a great level, I capitalize on the chances I had on the first and…

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VRA-Burma Camp Even out in a Friendly Tourney

VRA Tennis Club hosted of the Burma Camp Tennis over the weekend in their Annual CDH Tennis Tournament. The day was marked with good tennis matches all throughout. In all 12 games were played with singles matches turning in favour of the visiting Burma Camp team as the won 5 games  out of the 6 singles matches played, thereby bringing the singles score to 5-1 for Burma Camp.Dr. Cyril Bansah secured the only singles victory for the VRA Team as he beat Kojo Essel by 7-4. Summary of the singles scores…

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Setodji and Adegoke lift 2017 Mcdan Open Men’s and Women’s titles

Togolese Thomas Setodji and Sarah Adegoke from Nigeria won the 2017 Mcdan Open West Africa Championship men’s and women’s singles events which ended on Saturday in Accra Sports stadium Tennis Court. The Championship headlined by McDan Group with support from UMB Bank, GNPC, COCOBOD, and Twellium industries. Setodji earlier defeated Defeated Joel Meda from Ivory Coast 6-2,6-2 and Wisdom Na-Adjrago 6-3,6-0 in the semi-finals before beating Benin’s Felix Hounkpevi in a straight set 6-2,6-1. The final match lasted for 1hr- 30mins, both players displayed beautiful tennis skills for fans and…

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Setodji face Hounkpevi in 2017 Mcdan West Africa Championship

Mcdan Open West Africa Championship men’s title is on offer for Togolese Thomas Setodji if he can overcome Benin’s Felix Hounkpevi in today’s finials at the Accra Sports Stadium Tennis Court 12noon. Tournament number No.1 seed Thomas Setodj dispatched Ghana’s Wisdom Na-Adjrago, 6-3, 6-0 and also Benin’s Felix Hounkpevi ousted Jeff Bagerbaseh from Ghana 6-3,6-2. Both players will be aiming to win the Mcdan Open West Africa championship title for the first time. TOWARD THIS FINAL Thomas Setodji (Togo) 1st Round: Defeated Kwabena Ofosu Bamfo (GH) 6-1, 6-1 2nd Round:…

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