Limpag: Will Philta finally tread correct path?

by www.sunstar.com.ph

A MASSIVE pullout of two private sponsors finally reminded long-time Philippine Tennis Association president Buddy Andrada to follow through on his promise and quit as president of an organization he led since the 1980s.


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