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Britam sponsors kenya open tennis

Diversified financial services group, British-American Investments Company (Kenya) Limited (Britam) has signed a Ksh 9 million shilling sponsorship deal with Tennis Kenya to support the Kenya Open Tennis Championship for the next three years. As the main sponsor of the tournament, Britam will give Ksh 3 million every year to support the event which has attracted tennis players from Eas...

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Elite Tennis Centre Moves to Nairobi

The ITF East African Tennis Centre has shifted base to Nairobi on a three month temporary relocation. The center, that was initially located in Burundi opened in Kenya owing to the volatile political environment in Bujumbura and will remain in the Kenyan capital for the period in a deal that provides for extension of the period. The highly regarded Centre, that nurtures the most ta...

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ITF East African Junior Circuit on this weekend

Tennis Kenya in close partnership with the International Tennis Federation (ITF) has organized in Nairobi, Kenya the ITF East African Junior Circuit which kicks off on 15th November, 2015 at the Nairobi Club. The first leg runs from the 15th which will see the Qualifying Rounds and thereafter Main Draw action will follow through to the 21st.  Close on the heels of that will be the...

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Third Round Thrillers Expected at Britam Kenya Open

Top seeds at the ongoing Britam Kenya Open held firm as the Championships moved into the second day of Main Draw action at Nairobi Club. In his first match, having received a Bye on Day One, top seed and defending Men’s title holder Ismael Changawa Mzai made light work of Japan’s Hiroki Ishida in a one sided contest which saw Mzai win 6-1 6-0. Second seeded Ugandan Duncan Mugab...

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Njogu, Ominde, in quarters of ITF 18 and under circuit

NAIROBI Wednesday 23rd Jan, 2019: The 1st leg of the ITF East Africa 18 & Under Junior Circuit is currently underway at the Nairobi Club. Round 3 of the tournament gave spectators and supporters alike a show to remember with Derrick Ominde emerging a winner, this time against Taiwan’s Lin Chia-Chieh, 6/7(4) 7/6(6) 6/4. Kenya’s top seed, Albert Njogu, too emerged victor agai...

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