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    Top seed Thai stamps class as Clarice Patrimonio settles for silver in SEA Games

    Aug 26, 2017
    Clarice Patrimonio settled for silver after her top seed Thai opponent cruised to victory in the SEA games tennis final. Jerome Ascano

    KUALA LUMPUR - Anna Clarice Patrimonio lost to top-seed Luksika Kumkhum, 6-0, 6-1, in the finals of the women's singles of the 29th Southeast Asian Games tennis competition at the National Tennis Centre.

    The 24-year-old Patrimonio settled for the silver after being dominated by Kumkhum, currently ranked number 180 in the world.

    Kumkhum recently ruled an International Tennis Federation (ITF) circuit crown in Nothanburi, Thailand and was part of the qualifying draw in Wimbledon.

    Patrimonio's defeat ended the country's campaign in tennis that saw the team win two silvers and one bronze.

    Francis Casey Alcantara and Ruben Gonzales won the silver in the men's doubles, while Denise Dy and Katharina Lehnert bagged the bronze in women's doubles.

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    Clarice Patrimonio settled for silver after her top seed Thai opponent cruised to victory in the SEA games tennis final. Jerome Ascano
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