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Trio of young tennis stars head to Vietnam

Trio of young tennis stars head to Vietnam

The Ministry of Interior Sports Club have sent three of their top young tennis players – reigning U18 boys national champion Cheng Rongreach, U12 girls winner Cheng Seryvathey and U18 boys prospect Yi Sarsarith – to the Vietnam ITF U18 tournament at Can Tho Sports Complex.

The weeklong event, which begins today, features participants from Thailand, Laos, the US, China, Japan, Malaysia, Kazakhstan, India and Cambodia. Club president Chea Bunheng told media repsresentatives yesterday:

“We expect [our players] to get official world ranking points by passing the first round [of the singles com-petition], rather than become champions or get runner-up berths.”


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