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I want to be the first Nigerian to win a tennis Grand Slam – Marylove Edwards

By Guardian TV
27 September 2016   |   4:53 pm
Meet Marylove Edwards, the 11-year-old tennis prodigy who wants to be the first Nigerian to win one of tennis' Grand Slam events.

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