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The 2018 ITF Futures event in Abuja came to an end on Saturday, 6 May at the National Stadium in Abuja.

Here are some of the pictures from three weeks of incredible tennis!

Photo Credit 📷: Ewaoche Ameh.

Arjun Kadhe of India with adorable fans after the GSL Open final on Saturday, 6 May in Abuja. The Indian finished as runner-up.
We should give you the thumbs up, Joao. The Brazilian was nearly flawless in Abuja!
21-year-old Menezes being presented the Tombim Abuja Open winner’s award.
The Brazilian also claimed the GSL Open title after beating Arjun Kadhe in the final.
Tennis.. 😉
Sylvester Emmanuel aka Major and Ronnie Schneider share a moment after their first round match at the Tombim Abuja Open. Emmanuel fell short in that match.
The brilliant French duo of Tom Jomby and Remi Boutillier in warm embrace after clinching the GSL Open title in Abuja on Saturday.
From France to Abuja: Jomby and Boutillier with their winner’s award.
Blink and miss… Don’t even dare!
Hello Mr. Kienka, scouting for young talents here? 🤔Sponsor of the GSL Open, Mr. Bayo Okunsanya looks on intently with the director of the International Tennis Academy, Godwin Kienka by his side (front row) during the final of the GSL Open.
Nigeria’s no. 1, Joseph Imeh and Stephan Gerritsen of the Netherlands all set for their first round match at the Tombim Abuja Open.
Imeh whips a forehand; coruscating, it should be, during his first round match against Gerritsen.
Zimbabwe’s no. 1, Takanyi Garanganga and Mirko Martinez of Switzerland exchange pleasantries net side after their first round match at the Tombim Abuja Open. Garanganga advanced.
Sylvester Emmanuel in action during the just concluded ITF Futures event in Abuja.
The President of the NTF and sponsor of the Dayak Tennis Championship, Engr. Ifedayo Akindoju (L) alongside the tournament director, Barr. Ikani Agabi.
Sponsor of the GSL Open and CEO, Gladiator Systems Limited, Mr. Bayo Okunsanya.
The sponsor of the Tombim Abuja Open, Mr. Edmond Ajoge.
Smile, boys. Smile! 🙂
L-R: Arjun Kadhe, Ronnie Schneider, Tom Jomby and Remi Boutillier. Jomby and Boutillier won the GSL Open doubles title, while Kadhe and Schneider finished as runner-up.
An umpire and a fan. 😉
Worthy officiators!
Sweden’s Markus Eriksson (L) and Joao Menezes with the umpire all set for the final of the Tombim Abuja Open on April 21. Eriksson lost the final.
This man! JOAO MENEZES!!!

Three weeks, three solid weeks of incredible atmosphere! Let the world know: Abuja is safe! 

The ITF Futures event in Abuja saw players from all over the world jostle for $75,000 in prize-money and significant ATP ranking points!

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