The 41st edition of the CBN Open came to an end at the National Tennis Centre in Abuja on Saturday. From the men’s singles, the women’s singles, to the men’s and women’s doubles and the wheelchair singles, here are the pictures of all the winners.

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Sylvester Emmanuel receives the men’s singles winner’s trophy.

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Abdulmumin Babalola all smiles as he receives his runner-up trophy.

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Men’s singles champion, Sylvester Emmanuel (L) and runner-up Abdulmumin Babalola strike a pose with their trophies.

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The NTF President, Engr. Dayo Akindoju in a pose with champion, Sylvester Emmanuel (L) and Abdulmumin Babalola, the runner-up.

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Oyinlomo Quadre all smiles as she receives the women’s singles winner’s trophy.

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Women’s singles runner-up, Christie Agugbom pose with her trophies.

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Oyinlomo Quadre and Christie Agugbom pose with their trophies alongside a CBN official. The NTF President looks on in the background.

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Men’s doubles champion, Shehu Lawal and Abdulmumin Babalola (R) pose with their trophies.

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Women’s doubles winners, Mary Tenu-Michael (L) and Oyinlomo Quadre strike a pose with their trophies alongside the father of Quadre (middle).

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The doubles runner-up duo, Christie Agugbom and Blessing Samuel (R).

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L-R: Mary Tenu-Michael, Oyinlomo Quadre, Christie Agugbom and Blessing Samuel after the trophy presentation.

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Wheelchair men’s singles champion, Alex Adewale pose with his trophies.

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Wheelchair men’s singles runner-up, Wasiu Yusuf.

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The Director of the International Tennis Academy, Godwin Kienka in a pose with the winner, Alex Adewale (L) and runner-up, Wasiu Yusuf.

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Kafayat Omisore, the wheelchair women’s singles champion.

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Wheelchair women’s singles runner-up, Nwaozuzu Chituru poses with her trophies.