Tennis twins Nadine and Natasha do Singapore proud

TEAM’S DREAM: Twins Nadine (left) and Natasha Loh (right) and teammate Tessa Wong will hope to do well at the final qualifiers of the ITF World Junior Tennis Competition in Bangkok next month.
TEAM’S DREAM: Twins Nadine and Natasha Loh and teammate Tessa Wong (above) will hope to do well at the final qualifiers of the ITF World Junior Tennis Competition in Bangkok next month

Twins Nadine and Natasha Loh, 14, are already looking to assert their dominance in the local and international junior tennis scene.

Just two days before their seniors at Methodist Girls’ School won the National B Division Tennis Championship, the twins won their doubles decider at the final of the ITF World Junior Tennis

Competition’s Asia & Oceania pre-qualifying event — held in Kuching from Feb 26 to March 2 — to secure the title for Singapore.

Together with teammate Tessa Wong, also 14, they beat Malaysia 2-1 in the final to secure a spot in the final qualifying event in Bangkok from April 27 to May 2.

Earlier, Singapore edged out No. 2 seed Sri Lanka in the preliminary round, then cruised through their first-round matches against Iraq and Iran, and crushed Nepal 3-0 in the semi-finals.

Read the full report in our print edition on March 6.

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