Tennis PÔ YÙSSÙ 2020 Edition

Category: Events | Author: Ernesto Tagho | Published: 24 Feb 2020

A Wonderfull day, great athmosphere, good friends came together to participate in Batie Tennis Tournament PÔ YÙSSÙ 2020 Edition.

Already traditional, Batie Tennis Tournament brings together different people to enjoy in the beauty of sports.


This year's tournament was especially challenging: new participants and new energy have been introduced. Good mood and sport's spirit were present all the time.




We all know that the regular exercise through playing sports boosts confidence and improves self-esteem. Physically active mind is distracted from daily stress. This can help you avoid getting bogged down by negative thoughts.

Signles Title:
Winner:
Michel Silinou

Runner up:
Joseph Simeu

Doubles Title:
Winner:
Dr Kapahou Enoch & Alain Happi

Runners Up:
Michel Silineu & Serge Kamgang

Fairplay:
Louis Colince Kemoe

Coordinating Tournament Coach::
Maurice Hapi

Nevertheless, all of the participants had a good time here. We hope this tradition will countinue in the upcoming years.





Champions:
2014 - Ernesto Tagho
2015 - Samuel Domche
2016 - Samuel Domche
2017 - Michel Sileneu
2018 - Michel Sileneu
2019 - Michel Sileneu

Finalists:
2014 - Samuel Domche
2015 - Ernesto Tagho
2016 - Silineu Michel
2017 - Samuel Domche
2018 - Kapahou Enoch
2019 - Simeu

Fair Play:
2014 - Andre Mbeumo
2015 - Kamgang Serge
2016 - Dassi Michel
2017 - Kenmoe Michel
2018 - Dechateau Fokou
2019 - Ernesto Tagho



A legendary UCLA basketball coach, John Wooden says: "Sports do not build character. They reveal it."

Most people think the only benefits of sports are physical. However, sports are more than just developing hand-eye coordination and burning calories: they improve physical health, provide psychological benefits, and maybe the most important, they help people build mutual frindship and respect.
In Batie we cherish a tradition of organizing a tennis tournament for years. It is all about the fair-play, having fun and enjoying the beauty of sport.


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