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Members of the Philippine Tennis Association has scheduled an election in January next year for its new set of officers after parties agreed to keep the status quo for the remainder of the year.
The development came following the visit of International Tennis Federation president David Haggerty after former president Salvador ‘Buddy’ Andrada and current vice president Randy Villanueva both claim to be the head of the said sports association.
Andrada was elected president last July to fill in the shoes left by Parañaque Mayor Edwin Olivarez, whose term has yet to end by 2018.
Villanueva, for his part, claimed to succeed Olivarez’s post as PHILTA’s vice president.