Happy New Year!

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Hi tennis fans of www.10sballs.com! I want to wish everybody a Happy New Year From Amsterdam where we are holding the biggest Junior tournament of the world (The Netherlands Part of it) here a picture postcard with Adham Gaber and his coach Alaa-Mahmoud Saeed from Egypt attending the OUATT tournament together with www.tennisacademyamsterdam.com Coach’s Arjan Podman and Sven Groeneveld
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