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April, 16 2014 08:33:00

HCM City face historic tennis finals

In the men's draw, HCM City 1 defeated Military 1 2-1 in the first semi-final match. In the final, they will play Ca Mau who won 2-1 over Da Nang in the second semis.— Photo tennis247

HCM CITY (VNS) — Defending champions HCM City entered the final round of both the men's and women's categories at the National Team Tennis Championships in Hue City.

In the men's draw, HCM City 1 defeated Military 1 2-1 in the first semi-final match. In the final, they will play Ca Mau who won 2-1 over Da Nang in the second semis.

The women's final match today will see HCM City take on Military. HCM City dominated Kien Giang, winning 2-0 in the first match, while Military struggled to defeat Da Nang 2-0.

It is the third consecutive time HCM City has made it to the final stage of the competitions. A potential win could see the side set a record for the most consecutive wins. — VNS

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