One of the tournament organizers, Sanjay Chokshi, said he is impressed with the huge turn up of juniors for the event and said he expect the event to be extremely entertaining and competitive.
He said many juniors who have registered for the tournament are from Morogoro, Kilimanjaro, Arusha, Simiyu and Dar es Salaam.
Chokshi, who thanked BQ Contractors for sponsoring the event, said they expect the number to increase as registration is still going on well.
“All preparations for the event are ready, we are just waiting for the day, we are happy with the large turn up of players for the coming event,” he noted.
“We are still encouraging players aged 6-18 to register for the tournament as we have not yet closed.”
“This will be the seventh year that BQ Contractors Limited sponsors a tennis tournament at DGC. We are extremely thankful to BQ Contractors Limited for their generosity, we also thank the DGC management for their support,” he said.
He said the players will compete in age categories of U-6, U-8, U-10, U-12, U-14 and U-18.
He pointed out there will also be singles and doubles events and winners and runners-up in singles event will be presented with trophies while winners and runners-up in doubles event will get medals.
Chokshi said DGC is ready to host more junior, wheelchair and senior open tennis tournaments.
He asked the society, corporates and stakeholders to financially back the DGC so that they can realize their ambition.