Olajide Omotayo will be making his debut at the Tokyo Olympic Games and he is eager to establish himself as one of Africa’s best representatives among the array of stars in Japan.
The Lagos State-born athlete believes knowing his first-round opponent would help him to know his fate in Tokyo.
He, however, said he is excited about being part of Team Nigeria to Tokyo and he has always wanted to achieve this dream as only God made it possible.
Meanwhile, captain of Team Nigeria Quadri Aruna is eagerly awaiting a favourable draw in his first match in Japan.
Seeded 15th in the men’s singles, Aruna believes starting from the third round would be a disservice to him