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    Santushti Agrawal U-12 Runner-Up in AITA National Tennis Tournament

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    Former U-8, U-10 & U-12 Baroda Open Champion & young emerging player Santushti Agrawal, at an age of just 10 Years, has become Runner-Up in U-12 AITA National Tennis Tournament.

    BTPA Tennis Academy, Akota Vadodara has conducted the Boys & Girls U12 AITA National Tennis Tournament from 15th to 17th February. More than 50 players participated in the mega event.

    10 year old Santushti has played against various professional players from Ahmedabad (Gujarat), Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh & Maharashtra. She played brilliantly against all the opponents with Scores of 9-1, 9-2 & 9-4 in Pre-Quarter, Quarter & Semi-Finals respectively.

    In the final she played valiantly against a seasoned Mumbai Player, making her academy, coaches, and parents proud. It’s a proud moment for the BTPA Tennis academy, Vadodara as well as for the Gujarat State Tennis Association.

    Santushti is a student of Class-V of Ambe School – CBSE, Manjalpur and daughter of Mukesh Agrawal, who is working with Mahindra Intertrade, Savli, as Chief – Vadodara Plant. Santushti has been playing Tennis from the age of 8 years and has won many laurels at School, City & State Levels.

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