Photos: Top talent competes in Bayside Open

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The ball jumps of the racquet of Philipe Osses-Konig of Rego Park in this consolation match for third place in the men’s division.
Quinnton Vega, who lives in Williamsburg, lines up a forehand in the semifinal round.
Eight junior players competed in the youngsters division. Adrian Campos (l.), 13, of Bayside, takes home the trophy after defeating Jacob Tambot (r.), 11, of Whitestone. Tournament co-director Greg Garland handed out the honors.
Hofstra senior Marcus Smith of Douglaston secured the men’s final (6-3, 3-6, 6-3) on Sundaym earning the top prize of $1,500.
Pushing the men’s finals to a final set is Abraham Asoba of New Rochelle, a college senior on the verge of turning pro.

The Bayside Open tennis championships are back! And now, the top players can qualify for the US Open. Take a look at the action.

Updated 12:32 am, July 10, 2018
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