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Kuwaiti tennis participant’s father happy with choice to withdraw

The political choice and coverage of Kuwait that bans Kuwaiti gamers from competing towards gamers from the Zionist entity averted Mohammed Al-Awadhi from attaining the finals of the Ten-Professional International Junior Excursion for competition beneath the age of 14 that was once held in Dubai. After attaining the semifinals, he was once meant to play a participant from the Zionist entity, however he withdrew from the fit. On Sunday, Mohammed beat a Romanian participant to complete 3rd on this global championship. 

“Mohammed would most probably have gained the match and ranked first if he hadn’t withdrawn within the semifinal, as he had overwhelmed the candidate for the identify. That is the coverage of Kuwait and he needed to observe it. Some other participant in any game would do the similar,” Mohammed’s father Dr Jassem Al-Awadhi instructed Kuwait Occasions. Mohammed Al-Awadhi is 13 years previous and ranked 9th in Asia and the most productive in his class in Kuwait in any respect age phases.

He was once additionally ranked as the most productive participant within the Gulf throughout a tennis championship held in Doha in 2019. “Kuwaiti gamers recognize the choices of the Kuwait Tennis Federation. I thank the President of the Federation Sheikh Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah and the top of the Kuwaiti delegation Ali Al-Dihani for his or her give a boost to for Kuwaiti gamers on this and different championships,” Jassem Al-Awadhi stressed out.

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