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Williams' hold tennis clinic in Nigeria

11-01-2012 17:51 BJT

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The world’s top tennis playing siblings are back in Africa. The Williams sisters have always been as busy off the court as on it and this week are in Nigeria to help grow the game of tennis, but more importantly promote women’s rights.

The Americans are in the country promoting a campaign called "Breaking The Mould". The duo held a tennis clinic in the city of Lagos, and will stage an exhibition match against each other on Friday. But the main goal of their trip is to help inspire women across Africa.

 

 

Editor:Qin Xue |Source: CCTV.com

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