THE Tobago ITF (International Tennis Federation) Junior Tournament will take place in Trinidad for the third year in succession. The Grade V competition was first staged here because the courts at Shaw Park were under repairs in 2017, and the job has not yet being completed satisfactorily to stage an event of this magnitude.

The tournament is being called the ITF Trinidad Summer Bowl this year and it will take place from Saturday at two venues. The under-12 and 14 players will be doing battle at St Augustine Recreational Club, McCarthy Street, St Augustine while the under-18 division will be contested at National Racquet Centre, Orange Grove Main Road, Tacarigua.

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