Twellium Ghana Assures More Funds For Tennis

Twellium Ghana Assures More Funds For Tennis


Ali Ajami, the marketing director of Twellium Ghana says his company is commitment and determination to develop tennis in the country.

Speaking to mediamen after the 2019 McDan ITF World Tour on Sunday, Ajami commended the players for the level of tennis displayed and expressed satisfaction with the organization of the seven-day tourname

Ajami noted that lack of investment in the sport is hindering the growth of tennis in country, and local stars must be encouraged to perform better.

He assured that Twellium Ghana will partner the McDan Foundation to organize training sessions for Ghanaian tennis players.


“I’m happy with the organization and the level of tennis we have seen the past seven days. I want to congratulate the McDan Foundation and everyone involved. Unfortunately Ghana could not win any laurel but I believe with the right investment we will produce a world champion soon”.

Executive chairman, McDan Group, Dr Daniel McKorley said "l promised Ghana two things- bringing the ITF tournament to Ghana and moving Ghana tennis from Zone III to Zone II."

Hon. Perry Okudzeto, the Deputy Youth and Sports Minister commended ITF and McDan for bringing the tournament to Ghana and called on the media to project the positive progresses being made by federations like the Ghana Tennis Federation.


Britain’s Ryan James Storrie stunned No.1 seed Benjamin Lock of Zimbabwe to win the McDan ITF World Tour title.

Benjamin Lock and brother, John Lock emerged champions in the doubles category.

From Sammy Heywood Okine