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March, 08 2014 08:50:04

Nam out of Chang Thailand

HANOI (VNS) — The No 6 seed Ly Hoang Nam of Viet Nam was ousted from the Chang Thailand ITF Juniors G1 Tournament on Thursday in Nonthaburi.

Nam was defeated by an unseeded Australian, Jake Delaney, 6-2, 7-6 (3) in the third round of the boys' singles event.

His challenge in the doubles event also came to an abrupt end.

Nam and his Indian partner Garvit Batra retired in the first set of their quarter-final round match against Bogdan Bobrov and Ondrej Krstev. They were leading 2-1.

The Vietnamese player will next participate in the 23rd Sarawak Chief Minister's Cup ITF Junior Tennis Championship (Grade 1) during Mar 11-16 in Malaysia, and the 25th Mitsubishi-Lancer International Junior Championship during Mar 18-23 in the Philippines. — VNS


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