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Baagala falls in Rwenzori tennis

By Vision Reporter

Added 18th June 2006 03:00 AM

CHRIS Bagaala was the first seed to fall at the Rwenzori Open at Kampala Club over the weekend.

CHRIS Bagaala was the first seed to fall at the Rwenzori Open at Kampala Club over the weekend.

By William Muwonge

Men’s singles round 2
G. Uzunga bt C. Kalungi
6-1 6-0
J. Odongo bt G. Zziwa
6-0 6-1
C. Babu bt J. Opara
6-3 6-2
J. Oyet bt C. Bagaala
6-1 7-6 (7-5)
R. Ssemanda bt W. Kalega
6-1 6-2
P. Ochan bt S. Mbaziira
6-1 6-3
H. Buyinza bt J. Mujuni
6-1 6-3
D. Ruyange bt J. Bayego
6-4 6-0
B. Ayesiga bt M. Motiti
6-2 6-2
Women’s singles round 2
R. Musoke bt R. Sexton
6-0 6-1
T. Nabbanja bt M. Rutabingwa
6-3 4-6 6-3
P. Nalwoga bt Mushakamba
3-6 6-3 6-2
A. Mariam bt S. Nuwagaba
6-4 6-4
T. Nankya bt V. Ruby
6-2 6-3

CHRIS Bagaala was the first seed to fall at the Rwenzori Open at Kampala Club over the weekend.

But the fourth seed went down fighting in straight sets 6-1 7-6(5) to the unranked John Oyet in nearly one hour.
The win pushed Oyet to the second round due today, ahead of the quarterfinals tomorrow.

Oyet was joined by the top seed Godfrey Uzunga who defeated the unseeded Carey Kalungi without much effort 6-1 6-0.

In the women’s singles, the number one player Rosette Musoke advanced to the quarterfinals with a 6-0, 6-1 victory over Rose Sexton.

Baagala falls in Rwenzori tennis

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