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Aug 24, 2018 Main

As of today, we are officially closed for business. It's been a pleasure bringing you news on Deaf Sports and Deaf Athletes. We thank you all for your support over the...

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By Jayashree Narayanan

After winning a gold medal in doubles, and third position in singles at the Slovenia Deaf Tennis Open (held at Portoroz between September 8 – 11, this year), 19-year-old Jafreen Shaik dreams of winning big at the Deaf Olympics 2017, at Samsun, Turkey in July 2017. “I would try to win a gold medal and make India and my parents proud. For it, I am currently concentrating on my rigorous training and focussing on improving my AITA (All India Tennis Association) and ITF (Indian Tennis Federation) rankings,” Shaik, tells Metrolife, in an email interaction, after winning the doubles title.

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Source: Deccan Herald