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April, 14 2014 08:15:00

Tennis team contest kicks off

The National Teams Tennis Championships began yesterday, as Da Nang 2 and Military 2 were winners in Hue City.— Photo danang

DA NANG (VNS) — The National Teams Tennis Championships began yesterday, as Da Nang 2 and Military 2 were winners in Hue City.

In the men's draw, Da Nang 2 beat Vinh Phuc 2-1, while Military 2 won 2-0 over HCM City 2. Da Nang 2 will meet Military 1, who received a bye to the second round today, while Military 2 is to play Ca Mau team.

On the women's event, Military beat Hai Duong 2-0 and entered the first semi-final match, where they are to meet Da Nang. The second semi-final match will be held between HCM City and Kien Giang.

The national tournament attracted 50 men and women to compete in the men's and women's team categories. The finals are scheduled on April 17. — VNS

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