Aruna Quadri says he is excited with his achievements in the outgoing year and already looking thinking to a better 2022.
Quadri became the first African to reach the WTTF tournament in Houston, before setting another record in Singapore.
The world number 13 defeated China’s Liang Jingkun 3-1 to become ths first African to qualify for the quarter final of the WTTF Gold cup.
However, his Singapore adventure ended on Monday, following a 3-1 loss to Brazilian, Hugo Calderon in the quarter finals of the men’s singles.
Speaking after the defeat to Hugo Calderon, an excited Aruna Quadri said, he’s satisfied with his performance and added that, his objective is to go further next year.
“My objective is to do much more better next year than this year. Playing in the quarter final and representing Africa means a lot to me.”
The 33-year-old also, thanked his fans for their support all through the season.
“So I appreciate the fans for the support and I will like to thank all of them, because they are the reason I keep growing and I will keep counting on them, next year. ” He said.
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