The soft tennis community of Cambodia will be celebrating long after the games are finished with a medal haul to be truly proud of. The SEA Games mission is to create legacies for Khmers within sport and with soft tennis they have done just that.
We’re The Best At Soft Tennis!
Call it arrogance. Call it confidence. Call it what you will, the facts are this; We’re the best.
The medal table doesn’t lie and the games have provided the association with rewards for their hard work. Cambodia have collected 6 of the 20 medals available, 2 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze. The Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand and Laos all have 3 whilst Timor have two to take back home.
Who won the medals?
Up first were John Mada, Kann Sophorn, Sam Chankaby, Khun Chan Roseka who took home the gold medals in the men’s doubles and mixed doubles respectively.
The silver medals were won by Doeum Samsocheaphearun & Yi Sarsarith who lost to their Cambodian teammates in the final of the men’s doubles as did Say Sochetra & Ho Sreynoch in the mixed doubles event, with the all Khmer finals being noted feats in themselves.
What Next For Soft Tennis?
The stage is set and the legacy ready to be grown. What you can also be sure of is that whatever happens they will be the most stylish team seen anywhere after signing a deal with apparel company Desportol.
To read about the Desportol and Next Step FC kit deal click here.
This article is adapted from BPVE, (https://bpve.com/) reported and edited from the great team – Cambodia Sports Review. (https://www.cambodiasportsreview.com/)
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