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Young tennis player enters U-18 ITF semi-finals

Vietnamese tennis player Nguyen Hoang Thien performed excellently in the U-18 ITF group 4 in New Zealand and entered the men singles semi-final and men doubles final with Jack Schipanski.

In the men doubles, Thien and Schipanski defeated the host’s doubles Chester Espie and Chris Simich 7-5, 7-5. They will play Australia’s Mousley Bradley and Ti Lu in the final.

In the men singles, Thien defeated Jacob Sullivan in the quarter-final and will face his doubles’ mate, Schipanski, in the semi-final.

Earlier, Thien and Schipanski met at the U-18 ITF group 3. He was injured in the 3rd set while leading 2-0.

 

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