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Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik released the Logo and the T-Shirt for Odisha Tennis Premier League

 

New Delhi:18/8/17: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Friday released the Logo and the T-Shirt for Odisha Tennis Premier League-2017 at Odisha Bhawan in New Delhi.

As per a press note issued by the Odisha Government, the League is being organised by Neelachal Tennis Academy and is scheduled to be held in Odisha during November, 2017.

Eight teams from Odisha namely, Angul Acers, Bhadrak Victors, Cuttack Conquerors, Khordha Warriors, Kendrapada Contenders, Puri Wavers, Sambalpur Shooters and Sundergarh Veerans will participate in the event.

This is expected to be the biggest Tennis Tournament of Odisha and holds great prospects for the budding tennis talents of the State, the press note said.

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