ONLY five Trinidad and Tobago players are competing in the ITF (International Tennis Federation)/ COTECC (Central American and Caribbean Tennis Confederation) Wadadli Bowl Junior Tournament in Antigua.

Action began yesterday with the round-robin group stage of the Under-14 division as well as the qualifying draws in the Under-18 category, and both main draws will serve off tomorrow.

Nathen Martin and Tobagonian Jace Quashie are drawn in Groups three and four, respectively, in the COTECC-sanctioned Under-14 division.

After action took place over the previous three weeks in St Lucia, St Vincent and Trinidad, respectively, this will be the fourth and final week of Under-18 competition in the ITF Caribbean circuit.

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T&T were represented by more than 15 players each in the first three but only national age-group champion Alijah Leslie, Victoria Koylass and Alexis Bruce have made this trip.

They are all in the main draws and will take the court for the first time tomorrow.

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