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No win for Cambodian tennis pro

No win for Cambodian tennis pro

Cambodia’s Bun Kenny came up short in a quest to reach his first Futures tennis tournament final over the weekend, when he and his men’s doubles partner, Aditya Hari Sasongko, of Indonesia, fell to Chinese pair Gao Peng and Gao Wan 6-2, 6-3 in the semifinals of the Indonesia Futures F2.

Having played two US$15,000 Futures events at the Kemayoran Tennis Centre in Jakarta, Bun Kenny – ranked 1,140th in the world for men’s singles – now returns home.

To contact the reporter on this story: Dan Riley at [email protected]


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