Vietnamese tennis star wins doubles title at China F12 Futures

VietNamNet Bridge – Ly Hoang Nam championed the Viet Nam Men’s Futures F9’s doubles event, winning his second title at the International Tennis Federation’s series on home turf. Ly Hoang Nam (right) and his partner Ti Chen win Viet Nam Men’s Futures F9’s doubles title. — Photo courtesy of the organisers Nam, paired with Chinese Taipei Ti Chen to be the No 1 seed, defeated No 4 Moon Ju-hae and Noh Sang-woo of South Korea 6-2, 4-6, 10-5 on Saturday. He earned his first title at the F5 event in September. In the singles event, French Couacaud Enzo easily trounced…... [read more]

Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI - Lý Hoàng Nam championed the Việt Nam Men's Futures F9's doubles event, winning his second title at the International Tennis Federation's series on home turf. Nam, paired with Chinese Taipei Ti Chen to be the No 1 seed, defeated No 4 Moon Ju-hae and Noh Sang-woo of South Korea 6-2, 4-6, 10-5 on Saturday. He earned his first title at the F5 event in September. In the singles event, French Couacaud Enzo easily trounced Alcantara Francis Casey of the Philippines 6-1, 6-1. Last week, Enzo won the F8 gold medal. He is the only…... [read more]

Group A gathers hosts Malaysia, Hong kong, Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Vietnam and Malaysia are the top seeds in each group. Teams will compete in a round-robin format with the two top ones advancing to the next knock-out round. Two overall best squads will be promoted to Group II in 2016, while the two teams with the worst results will be relegated to Group 4. Vietnam's four best players, Ly Hoang Nam, Nguyen Hoang Thien, Do Minh Quan and Lam Quang Tri under captain Truong Quoc Bao, will be asked to compete in Group Two next season. Nam, the national…... [read more]

The tournament will be divided into three consecutive sub-tourneys, said the HCMC Tennis Federation at a press briefing on March 28. French player Celement Reix is selected as the number one seed of the tournament. There Vietnamese players Do Minh Quan, Nguyen Hoang Thien, and Le Quoc Khanh have received the wild card to enter the final round. Men’s Futures is considered an indispensable door for anyone that wishes to become a professional tennis player. The 2012 Men’s Futures presents a golden opportunity for young Vietnamese players to learn tactics from international stars and win a wild card to enter…... [read more]

In the first set, Quan won two breaks in the first and fifth games to lead 5-1 but Botti came back strongly and broke the eighth game to make it 4-5. Serving well, he got the tenth game to secure the set at 6-4. The Ho Chi Minh City-born lost some strength in the second set and the game became more balanced. At 4-4, he began attacking the net more, drawing errors from Botti. Quan was rewarded with a break in the ninth game and won his service game to clinch the match. The win gives him one point and…... [read more]

Many strong players have entered this year’s tournament, including Do Minh Quan, Nguyen Hoang Thien, Huynh Phuong Dai Trang, Tran Lam Anh, Huynh Dan Mach, and Ly Hoang Nam. The national championships feature five events: men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles, and mixed doubles. Truong Quang Vu, the Hanoi team coach, predicted Minh Quan, Huu Vinh, Hoang Nam, and Thanh Chung are likely contenders for the men’s championships. Dai Trang is his favourite to claim the women’s singles crown. The event will run until October 13.... [read more]

The event gathered the 16 highest nationally ranked athletes, including eightmale and eight female players. The competition’s women’s division consists of Huynh Phuong Dai Trang, Nguyen Ai Ngoc Van, Tran Lam Anh, Si Boi Ngoc, Tran Thi Tam Hao, Huynh Phi Khanh (HCM City), Phan Thi Thanh Binh, and Do Anh Thi (Danang). Young talents Nguyen Hoang Thien and Ly Hoang Nam were unable to compete due to international tournament obligations. After the opening ceremony, in the male division’s group A, Do Minh Quan (HCM City) defeated Bui Thai Luan (HCM City) 6-2, 6-4 in the first match of the…... [read more]

The event attracts strong teams nationwide such as Ho Chi Minh City, Danang, Binh Duong, the Army and the hosts, Hanoi. Spectators are expected to see fierce competitions with the participation of many national players Do Minh Quan, Le Quoc Khanh, Nguyen Hoang Thien, Vietravel Cup 2012 champion in women’s single event Huynh Phuong Dai Trang, Nguyen Ai Ngoc Van, Huynh Phi Khanh and young talent Ly Hoang Nam. For the first time, representatives from the Vitar tennis club of Overseas Vietnamese in Russia will participate in the event. The best athletes will be selected for the national team to…... [read more]

The first Asia/Oceania Zone Group II match will begin on February 14, the Vietnam Tennis Federation announced at a press conference n February 12. According to the organisers, the tennis court and other competition facilities have been refurbished, with more than 1,000 seats installed to meet the ITF’s standards. Chief coach Michael Baroch emphasised that the absence of Ly Hoang Nam will not affect the team's line-up and tactics. Nguyen Hoang Thien and Le Quoc Khanh have already recovered from injury and are ready for the competition. Meanwhile, the Pakistani team has adapted well to the mild Central Highlands climate…... [read more]

The four Davis Cup trainees were accompanied by two coaches Michael Baroch and Truong Quoc Bao to join the training, which will last until March 25. Two top seeds Do Minh Quan and Nguyen Hoang Thien were not included in the course. They will then convene in the Central Highland city of Da Lat for further training, which will also involve outstanding player Do Minh Quan after his scheduled return from the US on March 24. In the first round of the Davis Cup 2014 qualifier (Group 2), the Vietnamese team was defeated 2-3 by Pakistan. They will next compete…... [read more]




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