South Canterbury junior spring open tennis event a hit

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South Canterbury junior spring open tennis tournament a success


Maia Lui, 12, of Timaru, was third in the girls’ 14s in the South Canterbury Junior Spring Tennis Open at Trust Aoraki Tennis Centre.

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Maia Lui, 12, of Timaru, was third within the ladies’ 14s within the South Canterbury Junior Spring Tennis Open at Belief Aoraki Tennis Centre.

The 2020 South Canterbury junior spring tennis open was a hit as 150 gamers from round New Zealand contested the tier 2 event.

Belief Aoraki Ltd common supervisor Irene Emond​ stated the four-day occasion had gone very effectively regardless of just a little rain on the third day.

“It was very effectively organised and we obtained good suggestions.”

She stated it was good to see folks from throughout NZ utilizing the amenities.

Tennis NZ had requested Timaru to carry the occasion for the primary time and he or she hoped the event would change into a daily fixture on the centre.

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South Canterbury gamers held their very own with Jess Aldridge runner up within the ladies’ 16s singles and received the 16s doubles, Amelia McKeown and her associate had been runner up within the 16s doubles and Maia Lui was third within the woman’ 14s, and Aiden Watt received the boys’ 16s graded singles in addition to runner up within the doubles.

Young tennis players from around the country played in the South Canterbury Junior Spring Tennis Open at the Trust Aoraki Tennis Centre from Sunday to Wednesday.

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Younger tennis gamers from across the nation performed within the South Canterbury Junior Spring Tennis Open on the Belief Aoraki Tennis Centre from Sunday to Wednesday.

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