The 2-day Annual General Meeting of the Confederation of African Tennis came to an end on Saturday, 15 June. The event, which held in Madagascar’s capital city, Antananarivo, saw delegates from 54 African countries in attendance.

The AGM was also boosted by the presence of the President of the International Tennis Federation, David Haggerty. Of course, delegates from Nigeria were also in attendance, with the President of the Nigeria Tennis Federation, Engr. Dayo Akindoju, joined by the federation’s Secretary-General, Mrs. Mariam Akande, former Vice-president of the NTF, Mr. Yemi Owoseni and the head of wheelchair tennis in Africa, Engr. Sani Ndanusa, who was once the President of the NTF.

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L-R: Mr. Yemi Owoseni, Mrs. Mariam Akande, Engr. Dayo Akindoju, and Engr. Sani Ndanusa strike a pose together at the AGM.

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Engr. Dayo Akindoju, David Haggerty, and Yemi Owoseni all smiles.

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Engr. Dayo Akindoju and CAT President, Tarak Cherif of Tunisia in a cheerful mood.

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Engr. Dayo Akindoju and Mr. Yemi Owoseni all smiles in a selfie..

Amongst other things, there were elections for a new CAT President and Vice Presidents, as well as an update on the World Tennis Tour.