Renowned African tennis champion, Aruna Quadri, has completed a transfer to join Saudi Arabian side, Khaleej Table Tennis Club, platinumnewsng.com is reporting.
The accomplished tennis star has chosen to continue his career in Saudi Arabia, marking a new chapter in his professional journey.
Quadri has previously showcased his talent in leagues across Portugal, Germany, and Russia. However, the allure of Saudi Arabia proved irresistible, leading him to join the country’s table tennis club.
Last month, Quadri successfully defended his title in the men’s singles category at the 2023 ITTF African Championships. He secured victory in a thrilling final match against Egypt’s Ahmed Saleh, further solidifying his reputation as a top-tier athlete.
Also, the 35-year-old Nigerian made history in 2022 by becoming the first African player to achieve a top-10 world ranking. His iconic journey also includes a memorable quarter-final appearance in the Men’s Singles competition at the 2014 World Cup.
Quadri’s move to Khaleej Table Tennis Club signals a new chapter in his illustrious career, and fans and supporters anticipate his continued success on the international stage.