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BISS Puxi Finish Third In D1 SISAC Tennis

20 oktober 2015

The Shanghai Masters Tennis final wasn't the only major Tennis event to take place on the weekend. Last Saturday saw BISS Puxi host the D1 SISAC Tennis tournament on a hot and sunny day in Shanghai.  

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  • Tennis Tournament 2015

Eight teams enjoyed competitive and friendly matches with evidence of high quality throughout both the singles and doubles competitions.  Kai Emanuele Richelmy, Sukhmani Bahra, Anthony Dinh and Yuka Katsumata represented the school and played with enthusiasm and determination.  Their efforts and commitments paid off with BISS Puxi enjoying a well-deserved third place in the competition. 

Well done to the Lions.

Andrew Lancaster, Head of Secondary