Sharmal Dissanayake from Sri Lanka will make history in Nanjing when he becomes the first Sri Lankan tennis player to compete at an Olympic Games. The groundbreaking 18-year-old said that he is trying to put the honor to the back of his mind after ... Global Times, 2 months ago
THE International Tennis Federation has handed Sri Lanka a handsome 100th birthday gift: an enhancement of its voting power in the world body. The SLTA celebrates its centenary next year. And at the ITF's AGM last week in Dubai, nearly eighty of ...Sri Lanka Sunday Leader, 1 month ago
Ojasvinee Singh lost in the first round of Women's Singles & Doubles at the 2nd Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing,China. Australian Naiktha Bains proved to be Ojasvinee's nemesis in both the events, ousting the Indian in straight sets in both ...Drinks Break, 2 months ago
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