Friday, April 19, 2024

Young Edwards shows his class

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THOUSANDS OF FANS saw the future face of road tennis on Saturday night at the Springer Memorial School and live on local television and that face belongs to 17-year-old Combermere student Emar Edwards.

Playing with the skill and focus of a chess grandmaster, Edwards captured his second 21 and Under title in the National Sports Council’s Inter Parish championships with a total demolition of the normally confident Dario Hinds of St James. 

Edwards destroyed Hinds 21-9, 21-12 to show that he is definitely a player for the future. 

“I trained even harder than normal and I worked on certain aspects of my game but I had expected Dario to provide a tougher fight. When I established a 10-2 lead in the first game I realised that my shots were working and I played to ensure that he would not get back in the match,” Edwards said.

He has indicated that he will play another year in the 21-and-under but he wants to improve his game towards the goal of becoming one of the island’s best in two years or less.

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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