KUCHING: The Sarawak Bumiputera Tennis Association (PTBS) has high hopes for their two youngsters, Alia Azman and Aiman Hamdan when the duo travels to Selangor to compete at the Genting -Selangor International Junior Open Tennis Championships 2012.
KUCHING: Depth and skill are mandatory traits for any tennis team hoping to win a state championship. But the third and arguably the most component needed to prevail at a tournament is fitness. The Sarawak Bumiputra Tennis Association (PTBS) which... more »
SIBU: Voluntary sport bodies are still getting very limited financial support from the government despite the fact that the authority had now registered the associations under the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
Roger Federer has vowed to investigate the ATP’s controversial decision to reject an offer to increase prize money at the Indian Wells tournament. The issue of prize money has been a hot topic for the last 12 months as stars... more »
KUCHING: Taiwanese pair Huang En-Pei and Ma Yi-Chi won the girls doubles crown after beating the Kazakhstan doubles combination of Alexandra Grinchishina and Anatasiya Yepisheva in straight sets in the final played at Sarawak Lawn Tennis Association tennis centre late... more »
KUCHING: The Sarawak Lawn Tennis Association (SLTA) ended the year on a high note with the successful organising of the 20th Sarawak Chief Minister’s Cup (II) ITF Junior Tennis Championship (Grade 3) at its centre along Jalan Crookshank here yesterday.... more »
Easy win for Czech as Callum delivers upset in boys semis
KUCHING: Local tennis players are urged to go beyond home shores and to compete internationally. They are also encouraged to consider tennis as their fulltime career and to eventually become professionals where lucrative prize monies are for them to compete.... more »