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The 2019 Chuck E. Cheese’s ITF World Tennis Tour Juniors is set to start tomorrow with Qualifying Matches from May 11 to May 12 followed by Main Draw Competition starting Monday. Guam’s Jacob Jackson, Camden Camacho, Dakota Gibson, Mark Fontanilla, Aidan Schembari and Joycelyn Tenai will all be competing in this tournament against other international world ranked Tennis Players. Partic...

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“We can control our own destiny now.” – Torgun Smith, GNTF President Bill Camacho was one of the most upbeat and positive people ever to call Guam home. Camacho, who used to grind out wins in tennis from the baseline with grunting that would have put Monica Seles to shame, died in March 2011 of a heart attack. Not only was Camacho one of the island’s best tennis players, but he also wa...

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The 47th Annual Chamorro Open continued this past weekend with the skilled doubles division that was filled with passionate matches that pushed the participants to aim higher and claim victory. In the Men’s 5.0 division Geo Wu and Luan Nguyen climbed their way to the top of the bracket and defeated the No. 1 seeded team Torgun Smith and Junhyeok Son 7-6, 3-6, 6-10 to claim the title. Wu had noth...

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The 47th Annual Chamorro open kicked off this past weekend at the Rick Ninete Tennis Center in Agana and the Ypao Gardens Condominium tennis courts where players faced off against each other in the various skilled singles divisions. According to Tournament Director Michelle Pang, the event had a great turnout with over 70 entries throughout the different skill levels. “We had a lot of great and ...

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The Guam National Tennis Federation (GNTF), in collaboration with the Guam National Olympic Committee and the ITF, hosted both an ITF Coaching Beginner & Intermediate Players Course and an ITF Play Tennis Course during the months of September and October at the Sheraton Laguna Guam Resort Tennis Complex in Tamuning. The courses formed part of the Olympic Solidarity Development of National Spo...

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In this file photo, Daniel Llarenas hits a forehand during a 2014 Delta Guam Futures presented by Docomo Pacific and Hilton Guam Resort & Spa first round match against Neeraj Elangovan (IND). Llarenas leads Guam to its first Davis Cup tie in Muscat, Oman. Last night, Guam’s five player contingent boarded flights from all over the globe to head to Muscat, Oman, to play in the island’s firs...

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The Guam National Tennis Federation (GNTF) wishes you all happy holidays! GNTF appreciates our members and is excited to share our common passion of the sport of tennis. As we wrap up 2017, we are reaching out to you to help us ACE the building of the Guam National Tennis Center (GNTC)! GNTF has construction plans ready & financing in place and is looking forward to breaking ground on constru...

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The facility will be constructed on five acres next to the Dededo Sports Complex, on land leased from the government of Guam. It will provide office space for the federation’s headquarters and will begin with six tennis courts, with plans to add an additional five courts. It also will have a locker room, meeting room and space for concessions. The U.S. Tennis Association helped provide the conce...

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In this file photo, Guam’s Danny Llarenas plays a forehand return to No. 7 Bumpei Sato of Japan during Round 2 of the 2013 edition of the Guam F1 Futures tennis tournament, an ITF Pro Circuit event currently called the King’s Guam Futures tennis tournament presented by Hilton Guam Resort & Spa and Docomo Pacific, at the Hilton Guam Resort & Spa tennis courts. “Many top play...

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Kudos to the Guam National Tennis Federation for its efforts to grow the sport on Guam by moving forward with building the Guam National Tennis Center. The facility will be constructed on five acres next to the Dededo Sports Complex, on land leased from the government of Guam. It will provide office space for the federation’s headquarters and will begin with six tennis courts, with plans to add ...

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To all GNTF Members, Guam National Tennis Federation is helping to promote this event because a portion of the proceeds of the art sales will be donated to the Tennis Federation. It should be a fun event with lots of FestPac photos to see and purchase. Christmas is not far away never too early for some Christmas shopping. I hope you can support the show, and thus the artists and the GNTF.

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We would like to encourage everyone ages 12 – 18 years old to sign up and join the Haagen-Dazs Junior Tennis League. The league starts on Saturday June 25, 2016 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at the RNTC Hagatna Courts. HOW TO JOIN: