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July, 21 2014 08:44:00

Trang out of ITF junior event

Dao Minh Trang . — Photo Vnexpress

HCM CITY (VNS) — Dao Minh Trang of Viet Nam was ousted from the International Tennis Federation Junior Circuit in HCM City.

Trang was stopped at the semi-final round where she lost 3-6, 6-4, 2-6 to No 3 seed Mimi Levine of the US in the girls' singles event.

Levine then failed to take the title after she was retired in the final match when the score was 6-1, 2-6, 0-1 against Napharat Swangkaew of Thailand.

The boys' title went to Suphawit Sae-oui, also from Thailand, who easily won after teammate Suthinan Tanthaseraneewat retired.

The boys' doubles winners were Sahil Deshmukh and Eric Olivarez. Also, sisters Chatmanee Junkeaw and Napawee Junkeaw won the girls' doubles gold. — VNS



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