On Saturday June 25th 2016, our very own Russian born tennis player, Melissa Ifidzhen emerged women’s singles and doubles champion of the 38th Central Bank of Nigeria Open Tennis Championship in Lagos. As the defending champion, Melissa magnificently defended her crown with a 6-3, 6-2 win over Christy Agugbom, whom she defeated in last year’s final.
Melissa Ifidzhen also teamed up with Sarah Adegoke to win the women’s Doubles trophy by beating the pair of Christy Agugbom and Blessing Samuel 6-0, 6-2 in the final.
Melissa Ifidzhen is represented exclusively in Nigeria and Africa by Bedrock Human Development Foundation as part of our Sports Talent Development Initiative.
Five students of Lighthouse Polytechnic have benefited from the Bedrock Tertiary Education Scholarship Award.
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It was a night of glitz and glamour as the University of
Benin Alumni Association (UBAA) Lagos Branch rolled out the drums to celebrate
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The Nigeria Tennis Federation (NTF) has unveiled Russian-born Melissa Ifidzhen, who