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June, 02 2014 07:51:34

Tennis players to compete in Moscow tournament

HA NOI (VNS) — The Viet Nam Tennis Federation will send three players to participate in the ViTAR-INCENTRA Open later this week in Russia.

These national athletes, Le Quoc Khanh, Lam Quang Tri and Pham Minh Tuan, will leave for Moscow on Wednesday and compete in the men's singles and doubles events on June 7-8, playing on clay courts.

The ViTAR-INCENTRA Open is an annual tournament organised by the Vietnamese community in Russia and other European countries.

Organisers have said that cash collected during the competition will be distributed to Agent Orange victims in Viet Nam. — VNS



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