Taino Plans to Quit Tennis Team

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Taino Plans to Quit Tennis Team


Byline: KRISTEL SATUMBAGA

Fil-American Eric Taino, the Philippines' No. 2 player, is contemplating on whether he would return to the squad for the second round of the Asia-Oceania Zone Group I Davis Cup playoffs against Kazakhstan or not.

RP non-playing team captain Manny Tecson said that recent developments a day after the Filipinos absorbed a 2-3 loss from Uzbekistan in the first round of the playoffs at the Philippine Columbian Association has put a question mark on Taino's services for the team.

According to Tecson, the 33-year-old Taino has been offered to coach a tennis club in Los Angeles.

"He (Taino) is weighing his options," Tecson said. "He has other priorities like his family as well as other opportunities coming his way."

Tecson said he had advised Taino, who left the country along with fellow Fil-Am Cecil Mamiit yesterday, to do some soul-searching and find out what he really wants to do in the coming months.

"We had a heart-to-heart talk. He's thinking of going to the direction of teaching. But he also wants to continue playing for the Philippine team," Tecson said.

"Eric is an all-or-nothing guy. He always gives 100 percent on what he does. He wanted that if he stays with the team, he has to commit himself fulltime," he added. …

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