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Four aces Doha-bound

Four aces Doha-bound

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The Doha-bound national tennis players – (from left to right) Mam Vitu, Long Samneang, Bun Kenny and Mam Panhara – pose in their new kit during a presentation and fashion show at NagaWorld yesterday.

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The four Cambodians along with non-playing captain Tep Rithivit will travel to Qatar tomorrow ahead of participation in Cambodia’s inaugural appearance in the Davis Cup.

The draw for the Asia-Oceanic Group IV tournament is on Saturday with matches commencing on Monday at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex.

To contact the reporter on this story: Sreng Meng Srun at [email protected]

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