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Nyaika, Nambozo star in Balls of Fury


In the senior men’s category, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Ronald Nyaika, the top seed, showed early intent by overcoming Moses Mpabwa 3-1 in the quarter-finals, before beating Alex Wagumire 3-1 in the semis

Nadal hails 'best season' and 'incredible era'


Nadal also claimed an unprecedented 10th French Open in June after finishing runner-up to Roger Federer at the Australian Open

Table tennis: Top players embrace return of league


The Uganda Table Tennis Association (UTTA) relaunched the National Club League after eight years of absence.

Tennis: Venus in tears over crash as Murray, Nadal stroll at Wimbledon


Venus Williams wept at Wimbledon over the "devastation" of a fatal road accident for which she is facing legal action as Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal eased into the second round on Monday.

Serena Williams expecting first baby


Tennis great Serena Williams is expecting her first child, revealing the news on Wednesday with a teasing Snapchat post captioned "20 weeks

Keys, Williams slump out in Charleston


Top seed Madison Keys and former world number-one Venus Williams were the biggest casualties on a day of upsets at the WTA Charleston clay court event in South Carolina on Wednesday

Olympics committee to stick with Jjagwe’s UTTA


On Sunday, Jjagwe, unsurprisingly, enjoyed a landslide victory, polling 28 votes against Dan Michael Minjo’s two. The general assembly adopted four years instead of the two, for the term of office

International tennis returns to Uganda


Uganda will soon host international events after Uganda Lawn Tennis Association (ULTA) has been readmitted back into the International Tennis Federation (ITF) family

Bangi expects tough test at EA City Tyres Challenge


At the start of the year, Shamim Bangi was lying number three in the Africa women’s badminton rankings

UTTA to build cadets, juniors national teams


The clinic was conducted in different camps like Nakasero, Mbogo in Kawempe, Mbale and a wrap-up tournament at Kololo

Mbale Progressive win Kateregga Memorial trophy


With their captain Brian Bineni having lost the Boys’ O’ Level final to Mbogo College’s Muzafaru Samanya, Mbale, saved the best for last

30 school for Kateregga Memorial Championship


Thirty three schools of primary and secondary level have confirmed participation in the second edition of the Kateregga Memorial Table Tennis Championship due July 16-17 at MTN Arena, Lugogo

New UTTA dedicated to revive table tennis


The new Uganda Table Tennis Association (UTTA) executive might not have overcome salvos from ousted president Robert Jjagwe but they are dedicated to serve and redeem the sport

Mugabe gets Roke backing


Many a local tennis critic say Duncan Mugabe has stalled. But Uganda’s number one tennis ace believes he still has the legs to push for more

NCS doesn’t have powers to disband federations – court


The development has aroused bitterness among several association leaders with Federation of Uganda Football Associations (Fufa) president, Moses Magogo, describing NCS officials as jokers

Federer talks revenge


World number three seed says he still has what it takes to beat Novak Djokovic.

Mugabe beats Oringa to win third Uganda Open


Duncan Mugabe stamped his mark as the one of the country’s most prolific players after he bagged his third Uganda Tennis Open title at the weekend

Mugabe looking beyond Uganda Tennis Open glory


Whether he or does not make it to the men’s singles final of the Uganda Tennis Open at Lugogo, Duncan Mugabe cares less

Mugabe, Oringa in last 8


Neither the organizers, fans nor the players are at peace with the inconsistent weather at the on-going Uganda Tennis Open

Mugabe, Oringa lead quest for glory as Uganda Open starts


It’s a public secret that the absence of the Uganda Open last year left many a fan spitting fire while several players around the region decried the court inactivity

Djokovic beats Federer to defend Wimbledon


Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer provided tennis fit for a golden age on Sunday before the world No 1 eased to a third Wimbledon title

Long road ahead as Uganda looks to make Tier 1A its home


As your columnist punched out this piece, Rugby Cranes were on the cusp of rejoining Tier 1A. They needed a win over Botswana to not only confirm their return to the big time, but also come full circle.

Djokovic in way of Federer Wimbledon history charge


Federer has a 20-19 career edge in their head-to-heads but they are locked at 6-6 in the Grand Slams. In finals at the majors they are 1-1 with Djokovic’s Wimbledon triumph of 12 months ago following Federer’s straight sets victory in the 2007 US Open.

Serena books Muguruza date in Wimbledon final


Muguruza, who beat Serena Williams at the French Open last year, stemmed the tide with a couple of winners to defeat Radwanska in the semis.

14 Ugandans pass table tennis coaching exams


Table tennis can only get better in Uganda, according to Egyptian Ahmed Dawalatly