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March, 17 2014 14:00:00

Ciputra badminton tournament begins on March 25

The Ciputra Ha Noi – Yonex Sunrise Viet Nam International Challenge will be held from March 25 to 30 at the capital city's Cau Giay Gymnasium. — Photo VSI

HA NOI — The Ciputra Ha Noi – Yonex Sunrise Viet Nam International Challenge will be held from March 25 to 30 at the capital city's Cau Giay Gymnasium.

The annual event, which has been endorsed by the Badminton World Federation and the Badminton Asia Confederation, will be organised in five categories for the men's and women's singles, doubles and mixed doubles matches.

The winners will walk away with a total prize money of US$15,000. — VNS

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