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Should Tennis be in the Olympics?

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The 2016 Rio Olympics start in less than a fortnight.

While there are still concerns about the Games’ facilities, many have turned their attention to the sports themselves.

Debate has been rife over whether or not certain sports should be allowed to remain, with Tennis at the forefront of discussions.

So does Tennis have a place in the Olympics? Or should it make way for another sport?

Reporter Alyssia Varricchio investigates. 

 

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