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Li Ting and Sun Tiantian start winter training in Jiangmen
Latest Updated by 2004-12-03 17:20:04

Wang Lanjian, mayor of Jiangmen shakes hands with athletes

Sun Tiantian, who won the women's tennis doubles final at Athens 2004 Olympic Games

China national women tennis team, a total of 17 athletes including Li Ting and Sun Tiantian, who won the women's tennis doubles final at Athens 2004 Olympic Games, Li Na, WTA Guangzhou 2004 championship, arrive for winter training in Jiangmen South China Guangdong Province.

Zhen Jie, who enters 1/8 women's final at French Open Tennis Tournament, and other national tennis ladder teams will come later on.

Jiangmen is a suitable place, with mild weather, fine tennis atmosphere, facilities, and services, for the National Tennis Team's winter training.

Jiangmen is the first station for China National Tennis Team to prepare 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, and expected to be the permanent tennis training base, says Wang Nanjian, mayor of the city.

Editor: Donald

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