The African number one junior player is among the players selected from the 76 countries.
Nigeria's Seun Ogunsakin has been confirmed to play at the 2023 Orange Bowl tournament in the United States of America.
13:45 - 23.10.2023
The 9-year-old player, a product of Kay-Kay Tennis Academy, defeated her rival, Mofifunoluwa Atilola, twice to win the championship.
According to Nigeria Tennis Live, the Grade A competition, which is regarded as the initiation process of the future of world tennis champions, will feature participants from about 76 countries.
The African number-one junior player is among the players selected from the 76 countries.
Alexander Cercone, one of the organizers of the event, confirmed Seun participation, saying, “Yes, I see that Seun is registered for the U-14 Junior Orange Bowl. You can view that website.”
The Nigerian, who trains and attends classes at the ITF High Performance Centre in Tunisia was listed on Website and will be playing the 14 & Unders Singles matches alone
07:01 - 21.10.2023
The competition sponsored by the Allison & Oluremi Ayida Foundation at the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club in Onikan, Lagos.
13:13 - 28.05.2023
Winners have emerged at the 45th CBN Senior National Open Tennis Championship in the men's and women's singles.
The tournament director Robert Gomez, said, “In the main draw, players are guaranteed two matches. One in singles and one in doubles minimum. Food and lodging are at the player’s expense.”
Ogunsakin’s dad, Coach Wunmi, confirmed the latest development, “Yes, he will be leaving Abuja this coming week," he told Nigeria Tennis Live.
Roger Federer, Coco Gauf, and other top Tennis star are past winners of the Grade A tournament.