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Clay Court Championship Week
Family Support Boosts Alhogbani

Saud Alhogbani is like many other victorious athletes. The rising freshman blue chip wants to share his big moments with his family.

Only Alhogbani's quest is a bit more difficult than most. He is one of eight children, which requires technological help to make the post-match congratulations process more efficient.

Boys 14 champion Saud Alhogbani (right) and finalist Jonah Braswell

“We have a group chat, all of us eight kids,” Alhogbani said. “It's great to have them in my life. They really help me and I can't thank them all enough for what they do for me.”

Alhogbani had plenty to discuss with his siblings last Sunday after he captured the singles and doubles titles at the USTA National Boys 14 Clay Court Championships at the Jimmy Evert Tennis Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

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