Two Greek youths to play tennis at Australian Teams Championships

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Two Australian tennis players of Greek heritage have been selected to represent Victoria at the upcoming Australian Teams Championships on the Gold Coast.

According to tennis.com.au, William Kallos will play for the Boys Under 11’s and Eleni Makantasis for the Girls Under 13’s.

The Championships are the most prestigious event that 11/u, 13/u and 15/u Victorian athletes can be selected for.

The event will see teams from all States and Territories represented, as well as an international team from New Zealand.

The events will commence on Friday, 21 June. Follow the results of Team Vic on Tournaments.tennis.com.au.

Source: tennis.com.au

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