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Montego Bay based Jamar Parkinson and Daniil Moe have been chosen among Jamaica’s six representatives to the 2022 Pre- Qualifying Junior Davis Cup /Junior Billie Jean Cup tournament to be held at the Centro Nacional De Tenis, Santo Domingo , Dominican Republic from March 4-12.

Parkinson and Moe punched their tickets to the tournament, after finishing first and second respectively in the boys under 16 qualifying tournament at the Eric Bell Tennis Centre in Kingston played from February 11-13.

Parkinson who won all his matches in the tournament and is ranked as Jamaica’s number one in his age group defeated Moe in the final and will captain the boys team which also includes Kahj Clarke from Kingston. The girls’ team reads: Alyssa James, Savanna Taylor and Gabrielle Christian.

Shade Parkinson, Jamar’s sister missed out on a place on the team after placing fourth in the tournament.

Parkinson who will be 16 in July will be making his third trip to the Davis Cup Tournament after having represented Jamaica at age12 and 14.


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