CEO of McDan Group Company Limited, Daniel McKorley has expressed delight after the country hosted a successful Junior ITF world tennis.
Ghana was handed the mandate to host the competition for the second time after earning recognition with the support from Daniel McKorley who has been Championing the need to promote the sport in the past years.
The entrepreneur believes this could be the floodgates for Tennis in Ghana.
“This is just the beginning, five years ago, l stood here and promised that McDan will take tennis high,” he said.
“Today, l am glad to let you that we are on course. A week has just gone by with a keenly contested junior tennis; we have another two weeks for an expected exciting tennis encounters here.
“We need more competitions to keep our players on their toes and for this particular tourney, it helps the players by way of building their points.
” Tennis is business, it is big and we will continue to support it till it places Ghana up there. I thank Twellium Industries Limited for believing in our dream and the other corporate institutions like Interplast, Palace Decor, Fox, Hollard Insurance, Ann Natural Mineral water, for coming on board.
Mathis Bondaz from France showed superiority after beating Damien Laporte from the Seychelles to lift the ITF 7 World Junior Circuit trophy in the Boys division with China’s Han Shi edging Hagar Ramadan from Egypt to be crowned the Champion in the girls division.