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The immediate past president of the Ghana Tennis Association (GTA), Enoch Amartey, has noted that with the right financial support, focus, infrastructure, strategies, and motivation, tennis will become one of the biggest sports in Ghana.

Commending tennis duo, Na-Adjrago Wisdom and George Darko for winning gold at the just-ended All Africa Games in Brazzaville, Congo, he said it was time to support players and the technical men in diverse ways.

Speaking to Graphic Sports last Monday after hosting the gold medalists, Wisdom Na-Adjrago and George Darko, together with Ghana’s tennis contingent who participated in the All Africa Games, he said with the right support, the sky would be the limit for Ghana in terms of tennis.

The two medalists were at the tennis capo’s office to present the gold medals they won in appreciation of his contributions towards their success.

Mr Amartey was excited about the achievement of the duo and stated that they deserved utmost praise.

“The journey, which these two boys started, has finally yielded fruits, “he noted, adding that he would not relent in his efforts at supporting the sport to reach an appreciable level .

The captain of the national tennis team, Japheth Bagerbasseh, was grateful to the former president and pledged that they would not rest on their oars but would strive to deliver more medals for Ghana.

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