Ezeibe tips Michael Mmoh to break into world top 50. Chief Ben Ezeibe, the nation’s top tennis supporter, has predicted success for Michael Mmoh on the ATP Tour and in upcoming Grand Slam competitions.
Tony Mmoh, a legendary tennis player in Nigeria, is the father of Michael Mmoh. Like his father, who achieved fame and fortune playing professional tennis and representing Nigeria in the Davis Cup during the height of Nigerian tennis, alongside players like Nduka Odizor, David Imonite, and Sadik Abdulahi, the younger Mmoh has made tennis a career and is currently on a good run of form.
American Michael Mmoh participated in the Australian Open, which is currently taking place in Melbourne. Despite losing to fellow countryman Jeffrey Wolf in the third round by scores of 4-6, 1-6, and 2-6 last Saturday, Chief Ezeibe, a prominent tennis promoter, stated that Mmoh “has proven that he has something in stock to offer,” adding that “he did something more spectacular towards the end of last year by winning two challenger events and I told him that without hunger and self-determination
“Last week, I chatted with his father Tony and Sadiq Abdullahi, who is currently a professor of physical education at one of the North American Universities.
Michael Mmoh has what it takes to enter the world’s top 50 by April, according to Cheif Ezeibe, one of Nigeria’s most knowledgeable tennis administrators.
“Michael’s leap from 107 to 82 was phenomenal, and hopefully he has the potential to get into the top 50 before April.”