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Baboo Sports organizes Tennis Doubles Open tournament

Baboo Sports, the leading Tennis Accessories Sports shop, in collaboration with Tenolf Sports Ghana, is set to organize the biggest Tennis event in Ghana dubbed, Babolat Doubles Tennis Open tournament from Friday, September 21 through to Sunday, September 23, 2018, at 9 am each day.

The Doubles Open which will be held at 3 venues, Tema Tennis Club, TOR Tennis Club and Ghacem Tennis Club comes with mouthwatering prizes.

The 3-day Doubles event is expected to be very competitive and intriguing with categories such as Social 1 (semiprofessional players, and coaches below 35 years), Social 2 (ages between 36-49 years), Above 50 years, mixed doubles as well as Under 16 boys.

CEO of Tenolf Sports Ghana, Clenard Bawa Adayina tells Herosportsgh.com they expect participants to exhibit skills and network as they rekindle lost values in Sports.

“We have seen this event as a platform for the players to exhibit their skills as well as create an avenue for the business executive and the young guys to network. So it is not only the fun aspect but we want to build relationships, we want to learn from the elderly ones. The Sporting industry has mostly missed their values. Apart from the exhibition of skills, Time Management, rule of Law, Love, Togetherness and Tolerance are all missing. So we will use this medium to rekindle all these values and not only about playing to win.”

Sponsored by Ecostar, Mcdan, Bossgie limited, Lucof Investment Ltd, John Moore and Physioshop, Quarterfinalists takes home Tennis Accessories and 1-month gym access. Semifinalists will also walk away with Tennis Apparels, Accessories and 2 months gym access while runners-up will have an addition of a Tennis bag but with 3 months gym access.

Overall winners will lift a trophy, Racquet, Tennis Shoes, Accessories and 3 months gym access, as the games will take place at all venues concurrently with the finals at TOR Tennis Club House in Tema.

Interested participants can call +233-243-451-224 to register.

By: Davis Nii Attuquaye Clottey  ( For more sports news and updates, follow Herosportsgh.com on Twitter at @Herosportsgh and on Facebook at Herosportsgh. )

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