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CBN Senior Tennis Championship

19 May
Top seed, Henry Atseye and Wilson Igbinovia, yesterday, qualified for the quarterfinals of the ongoing 44th CBN Senior Tennis Championship held at the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja.
16 Nov 2020
Last year’s Central Bank of Nigeria Senior Tennis Championship semi-finalist, Joseph Imeh, yesterday defeated Nonso Madueke 6-3, 3-1 (retired) to win the 42nd edition of the championships.
31 May 2017
Some tennis lovers in the country have given both the organisers and sponsors of the Central Bank of Nigeria Senior Tennis Tournament some knocks over what they termed as ‘poor build up’ to the competition.

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