Govt will work to promote tennis: Prime Minister

PM Sheik Hasina on Wednesday said the administration will attempt ventures to create tennis courts at school, school and college levels to promote tennis nearby cricket and football.

“We’re generally occupied with cricket and football however tennis is likewise a decent game. We’ll give help with the goal that colleges, universities and schools can set up tennis courts to thrive this game as the youthful age is indicating interest,” she said.

The Prime Minister said this while addressing the players of the taking an interest nations in Sheik Russell International Club Cup Tennis Tournament-2019 and ambassadors of the separate nations when they approached her at her official habitation Ganobhaban.

Khulna area organization as a team with Cabinet Division and the Ministry of Youth and Sports masterminded the six-day competition denoting the birth commemoration of Sheik Russell – the most youthful child of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman.

Sheik Hasina said the administration has offered significance to create frameworks for games and sports to pull in youngsters and youthful ages.

“We generally put accentuation on sports which give mental solidarity to our youngsters and adolescents. The more the youthful age will be engaged with sports and games, the more their mindset will be expanded and they’ll be physically stable,” she said.

In such manner, she encouraged the individuals to approach in progressing and promoting cricket and football as well as games prefer tennis in the nation.

The Prime Minister guaranteed them of giving essential participation to advance the tennis saying the administration would stretch out supports to create foundations for tennis.

Placing accentuation on including youngsters in games and sports, she stated, extracurricular exercises assist them with keeping up sound wellbeing and brain.

The Prime Minister saluted the champs just as different players who took part in the competition and said such competition makes chances to know one another.

esides, players of Bangladesh likewise get chances to create themselves through trading sees with remote players, she included.

Trade Minister Tipu Munshi, State Minister for Youth and Sports Md Zahid Ahsan Russel, Sheik Salahuddin Jewel MP and Abdus Salam Murshedi MP were available during the program.

Plus, Indian High Commissioner Riva Ganguly Das alongside various envoys and high magistrates of taking an interest nations were among others present on the event.

Players of 27 clubs from 19 taking an interest nations including Bangladesh, USA, India, Italy, UK, Australia, Pakistan, Republic of Korea, Tajikistan, Vietnam, Sri Lanka and Nepal partook in the competition.

The matches were held at various settings of Khulna, Bagerhat and Satkhira including Khulna Circuit House, Sheik Russel International Tennis ground, Officers’ club, Khulna Club and Khulna University ground.

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