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Junior Tennis Nationals being held in memory of Byron Ferguson

HE’S still missing, but the family of Byron Ferguson is keeping his memory alive by sponsoring the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association’s Junior Nationals this week at the National Tennis Centre. The tournament got started on Saturday and will wrap up on

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Knowles and Lisicki lose by walkover

IT wasn’t the finish that Mark Knowles had anticipated, but he can take consolation in the fact that his mixed doubles partner Sabine Lisicki of Germany is having the time of her life in the women’s singles at the Wimbledon Grand Slam Tennis Tournament in London, England.

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Roberts hits a winning note

BAHAMIAN Justin Roberts is wrapping up his Middle East ITF tennis tour on a successful note.

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BLTA congratulates Denali Nottage for championship win

THE Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association (BLTA) congratulates Denali Nottage, who emerged as champion at the ATA Under-18 Boys category in Orlando, Florida. The event was a 64 draw, Level 5.

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Major Jr wins another title

Kevin Major Jr, playing in his second tournament for the year, clinched another title as he breezed through the USTA/UTR Open Championships in Miami Beach (South Beach), Florida.

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Walkover victory: Roberts and Maginley advance to semifinals

A positive test for the coronavirus by one of their opponents enabled Bahamian Justin Roberts and his close friend and long-time partner Jody Maginley to advance to the semifinal of the men’s doubles in the Legacy Bank NWA Tennis Series.

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Sydney Clarke emerges as Pool B winner

SYDNEY Clarke emerged as the winner of pool B of the ladies’ division and all four Davis Cup players booked their spots in the men’s semi-final of the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association’s annual Giorgio Baldacci National Open Challenge at the National Tennis Centre yesterday.

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Four advance at ITF Juniors Junkanoo Bowl

THE celebration of the Bahamth Anniversary of Independence moved from Clifford Park to the National Tennis Center on day three of the ITF Juniors Junkanoo Bowl.

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Junior tennis aces shine on the Florida circuit

A GROUP of young talented Bahamian males took to the junior tennis circuit in Florida this past weekend. Michael Major Jr and Jackson Mactaggart participated in the under-14 category and Khai Rees and Patrick Mactaggart took part in the under-12 cat

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Minnis should stay

Free National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis is currently embroiled in the greatest battle of his political career with Progressive Liberal Party Chairman Bradley Roberts, and to a limited degree with The Nassau Guardian over allegations that he benefited from a lease agreement with the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) while serving in the last Ingraham Cabinet as health minister.

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India and Scotland take home tennis titles

ZEEL Desai and Hamish Stewart captured the women and men singles titles for India and Scotland respectively as the tennis competition at the sixth Commonwealth Youth Games came to a close at the National Tennis Centre yesterday.Desai, the top seeded

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Junior Fed Cup team 5th in El Salvador Tournament

THE Bahamas Junior Fed Cup team will return home from El Salvador with a fifth place finish in the 2017 North/Central American and Caribbean Under-16 Tournament.

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Justin Roberts and Maginley ousted in semifinals

THE run for the men’s doubles title at the Legacy Bank NWA Tennis Series ended in the semifinals for Bahamian Justin Roberts and his long-time partner Jody Maginley from Antigua & Barbuda.

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Boxing team brings home gold medal, three silver

Carl Hield secured the lone gold as the Bahamas picked up three additional silver medals at the Bert Sugar Boxing Tournament over the weekend.

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Junkanoo Bowl: Americans Bernard, Catanzarite emerge as champions

AMERICANS Alexander Bernard and Ava Catanzarite emerged as the boys’ and girls’ champions of the International Tennis Federation’s Junkanoo Bowl junior tennis tournament. After carting off their respective singles titles on Friday at the National Te

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Undefeated, Mackey has her eyes on the top spot

Elana Mackey moved one match from clinching the top spot for the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association’s main draw play in the Giorgio Baldacci National Tennis Tournament. Yesterday at the National Tennis Centre, Mackey stayed unbeaten, winning her second

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Kinza secures final spot

Kinza Johnson secured the final spot out of the qualifying round with a two-set victory over Kaylee Kanuka as the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association’s 2019 Giorgio Baldacci National Open Tennis Tournament continued yesterday.

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Sports Notes

THE Bahamas Junior Fed Cup team, coached by Bradley Bain, defeated El Salvador 3-0 yesterday in Santo Dominigo.

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Wozniacki, Clijsters into 3rd round

By JOHN PYE AP Sports Writer MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) -- Defending champion Kim Clijsters and No. 1-ranked Caroline Wozniacki advanced to the third round of the Australian Open in contrasting styles on Wednesday. Clijsters needed only 47 minutes to beat

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Major Jr clinches men's crown

Coming into the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association’s 2019 Giorgio Baldacci National Open Tournament, Kevin Major Jr knew he had the right stuff to go all the way and win the title and regain his spot on the Bahamas men’s American Zone III Davis Cup team

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