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January, 08 2014 15:00:00

Nam moves onto Coffee Bowl third round

Ly Hoang Nam defeats Robert Levine to enter the third round of the Costa Rica's Coffee Bowl tennis tournament. Photo ngoisao

HA NOI (VNS)— Ly Hoang Nam of Viet Nam defeated Robert Levine of the US 6-1, 6-3 in the second round of the ITF's Coffee Bowl yesterday in Costa Rica.

The No 4 seed also learned of his higher position in the world junior ranking. The 16-year-old Nam is now the No 72 seed, jumping 24 rankings.

He will next meet Tim van Rijthoven of the Netherlands, who won 6-4, 7-6 over No 11 seed Lucas de Torres from Argentina. — VNS

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