YOUNGSTERS IMPRESSIVE

Three young Solomon Islands tennis players have demonstrated great tennis skills in day two of the U15 TVL regional tennis championship in Port Vila.

This was according to reports from the Vanuatu tennis federation yesterday.

The report mentioned three of the players, Junior Benjamin and Vianda Tielly of the U15 category and new kid on the block for the U12 Zorika displaying what was described as impressive performance.

Benjamin and Teally are two young Solomon Islands players who are studying and playing tennis at the ITF regional training center in Lautoka, Fiji.

Both have had a colourful background in their tennis career and have had some great achievements since they started playing tennis at a very young age.

For Zorika the youngest of the three was also reported to have impressed everyone with high spirit and performance.  

There have been a lot of close matches between some of the players from Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Fiji and New Caledonia.

The competition remains tough just as forecasted by tournament officials and coaches.

In defiance of the sunny and hot day, the players are showing great motivation on the court.

Regardless of the winner of a match, there is a great team spirit between the opponents.

Over 65 matches were played in day two of the tournament.

Matches will continue today with the finals scheduled for Friday.

VINDA TEALLY - CHAMPION OF TVL UNDER 15 GIRLS 2012

JUNIOR BENJAMIN - 1ST RUNNER TVL UNDER 15 BOYS 2012

ZORIKA MORGAN - 2ND RUNNER UP TVL UNDER 10 GIRLS 2012




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