Ebrahim K. Kanoo Company’s 10th Junior Tennis Tournament concludes today

Ebrahim K. Kanoo Company’s 10th Junior Tennis Tournament concludes today
Ebrahim K. Kanoo Company’s 10th Junior Tennis Tournament concludes today
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Manama, Jan. 24 (BNA): The Bahrain Tennis Club is holding this evening the final match and the closing ceremony of the tenth Ebrahim Khalil Kanoo Junior Tennis Tournament, which was organized by the club from January 14 to 25, with the participation of more than 200 male and female players from the Kingdom of Bahrain, residents and residents of the eastern region. In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, they competed over 12 days in 7 competitions in singles and doubles for juniors and ladies.

Khamis Mohammed Al-Muqla, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bahrain Tennis Club, praised the joint and fruitful cooperation between the club and Ebrahim K. Kanoo Company, extending his thanks to Mr. Fouad Kanoo, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, for his keenness to provide all success factors for this tournament.

The final day program begins at 4:30 in the afternoon with the final matches of the singles competition for women under the age of 18 between the player Hajar Zaidan and the player Ira Coral, and at five in the evening on the main court of the Bahrain Tennis Club the final match of the singles competition under the age of 14 will be held between the Bahraini player Ahmed Al-Sayed and the player Indian Ryan Ahmed, and after the end of the match, the closing ceremony will be held and cups will be presented to the first-place winners.

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The player Talal Al-Sayed had achieved first place in the singles competition at the age of 12 years, after defeating player Lucas McLoughlin with a score of 6-3, 6-2 in the match that was held yesterday in the presence of the President of the Bahrain Tennis Federation, Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Mubarak Al Khalifa, and Khamis Al-Muqla, Chairman of the Board of Directors The club and a large number of followers of the tournament.

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