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MARK “Venom” Griffith, who is still to receive his winner’s cheque of $12 000 for the Clash Of The Titans tournament, says the time has come to resolve the pay dispute between the Professional Road Tennis Association (PRTA) and the players.

“I would like the matter resolved, along with many of the other players, as quickly as possible,” Griffith said, adding that he wanted it done “in the best interest of all parties – the players and also Massy United as well as the Professional Road Tennis Association”.

“I do not know what has happened behind the scenes because I am not given those rights to know such,” he said, adding that such details would be between the organisers and the sponsors. (RA)

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




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