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(From The Nation (Kenya) - AAGM)
Byline: Sulubu Tuva
When we sit and watch the flawless Roger Federer glide through his tennis matches with an arsenal of strokes so sublime they could make you cry, we must struggle, pinch ourselves even, in order to retain a grip on our reality.
That is because we as Kenyans, forget all too quickly what it takes to produce a reasonable tournament player let alone some who can actually hope to maybe one day apply for an IPIN. That is an International Player Identification Number - a code of three letters and seven numbers - that one keeps for the rest of their tennis career.
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