Tournaments

  • Kenny Turns Up Trumps in KL

    2/27/14 •

      Thu, 27 February 2014: HS Manjunath Cambodia’s top player Bun Kenny won the first leg of the BMW Malaysian National Tennis Circuit 2014 in Kuala Lumpur after beating local hope Muhammad Ashaari Zainal Abidin 6-4, 6-2 in yesterday’s final. The 22-year-old right hander, who played a pivotal role in Cambodia retaining their Davis Cup Read More ››

  • Kenny Smashes Into Semis of BMW Malaysian National Circuit 2014 Leg 1

    2/25/14 •

    Tue, 25 February 2014: HS Manjunath Cambodia’s Davis Cup pivot Bun Kenny stormed into the semi-finals of the first leg of the 2014 BMW Malaysian National Circuit tennis tournament in Kuala Lumpur yesterday after scoring an emphatic 7-6, 6-3 win over Indonesia’s Indra Wijaya. The 22-year-old Cambodian right-hander, who is preparing to lead the country’s Read More ››

  • Mitsuji Konoshita Presents the GLF Cham Prasidh

    12/03/13 •

    In a press conference held today at the Cambodian Country Club, Mitsuji Konoshita presented the GL Finance – Cham Prasidh Open, the second leg of the 3 legged ITF Futures Events. GL Finance will partner with the Tennis Federation of Cambodia as the main sponsor for the Cambodia F2 and F3 held in Phnom Penh Read More ››

  • Qualifying Draw for the Ford Cup Up

    11/21/13 •

    Find the link to the qualifying draw below! The first leg of the 3 week series of Futures Events in Cambodia is just days away. In just 3 years as host to these professional events, the Tennis Federation of Cambodia has done nothing but impress. Each year the field has grown stronger and stronger, and Read More ››

  • Kep serving up tennis competition action

    9/02/13 •

    According to event organiser Sokphal Ngo-Sisowath, attractive prizes are on offer and players of any age with any skill level can take part. “As a means of encouragement we have chosen six promising young players to participate in the event,” Ngo-Sisowath told the Post. These include Chem Sophors and Sen Sophon from Kep’s ASPECA orphanage, Read More ››

  • Bun Kenny goes into main draw

    5/22/13 •

    Futures tennis Cambodia’s Davis Cup pivot Bun Kenny won two qualifying matches back-to-back over Thai rivals to secure a place in the main draw of the ITF Thailand Men’s Futures tennis tournament at Bangkok’s Rama Garden Sports Complex yesterday. The 22-year-old right hander, who is currently ranked 1,270th in the world, will face in the Read More ››

  • Davis Cup events cancelled over Myanmar security fears

    4/22/13 •

    Aqeel Khan of Pakistan hits a return against Artem Sitak of New Zealand during their Davis Cup Asia Oceania Zone Group II tennis match at the Pun Hlaing Golf & Country Club in Yangon on April 5. Photo by AFP The Myanmar Government has decided to move away from the country the Davis Cup Asia Read More ››

  • Cambodia eager to do well as rivals name Cup squads

    4/18/13 •

    The Cambodian Davis Cup team bound for Myanmar and the Group III competition of the Asia Oceania Zone, from left to right: Mam Phalkun, Bun Kenny, Long Samneang, Mam Panhara and national team coach Braen Aneiros. Photograph: Sreng Meng Srun/Phnom Penh Post Cambodian Davis Cuppers are eager to change the arc of the Kingdom’s tennis Read More ››

  • Naga to serve as a TFC sponsor again

    4/18/13 •

    Indochina’s entertainment and gaming industry leaders NagaWorld will renew their Davis Cup partnership with the Cambodian national tennis squad heading to Myanmar at the end of this month for their Asia Oceania Group III campaign. NagaWorld stepped in as the main sponsors to bolster the Tennis Federation of Cambodia in its historic Davis Cup debut Read More ››

  • Kenny, Kim beaten in doubles final

    4/09/13 •

    Cambodian Davis Cupper Bun Kenny and his 18-year-old South Korean partner, Jee Hwan Kim, came tantalisingly close to their inaugural doubles triumph on the ITF Futures Tour before being overpowered by the British pair of Andrew Fitzpatrick and Josuha Ward-Hibbert in the final at the Pho Tho Tennis Club in Ho Chi Minh City on Read More ››