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Top field for Fiji Open golf

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, May 20, 2017

THE Denarau Golf and Racquet Club course will be a hive of activity next week with the staging of the annual Fiji Open Tennis Championship.

The championship is the biggest on Tennis Fiji's calendar attracting close to 120 players.

Players from overseas will pose a threat to the locals.

Tennis Fiji secretary Sachin Reddy said matches would be played in 41 divisions.

Reddy said a lot of juniors would participate in the five-day championship.

"All the event winners and runners-up will receive prizes.

"Players will have the opportunity to practise for three days before the tournament commences on Wednesday."

This is the 110th edition of the championship.

It will serve as the trials for the national team to participate in the Pacific Mini Games in Vanuatu in December.








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