Incumbent Isaac Aboagye Duah has been retained as the President of the Ghana Tennis Federation after its congress held this morning at the media centre of the Accra sports stadium.
Duah pulled 15 0ut of the 19 votes cast as against his competitor Roger Crawford who only managed to pull 4 votes.
Kwame Djangba also won the Vice President position beating his competitor Edward Owusu 14 to 5 votes out of the 19 votes cast on the day.
Seven other aspirants were voted into office as the Board of Directors. They inculde Ismaila Nii Lante Lamptey (17 votes), Emmanuel Adu Asare (16 votes), Henry Boni-Quarshie (15 votes), Dorcas Sowah (14 votes), Jesse John Des Bordes (13), Sampson Sayibi (13 votes) and Cedric Zdelu (11 votes).
The executives were later sworn into office for the next four years.
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