Quadri has been drawn bye in the first round of the table tennis qualifiers at the Rio 2016
Olympics following his current placing on the ITTF rankings, Punch reports.
Quadri was listed among the top 32 players in the singles
event of the Rio Olympics and will start his campaign in the second round.
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Aruna is among the five players, including Africa’s most decorated player, Segun Toriola, that will represent the country in table tennis at the Games.
Others are Bode Abiodun, Funke Oshonaike and Edem Offiong.
According to a News24 report, Quadri has said he is aiming at making a positive impact at the Games.
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- News24 Nigeria