Bun Kenny, Cambodian # 1, has been ranked as high as 1080 in singles, and 953 in doubles. Kenny travels approximately 20 weeks a year playing ITF Futures Events and a couple Prize Money Tournaments in Asia.
Mam Pannhara has been ranked as high as 1468 in doubles, while partnering Mico Santiago. After completing university, Pannhara traveled to Brazil for 3 months, training and competing in ITF Futures events on clay. He resumed his quest for ranking in 2012, where he played Futures events in Vietnam and Cambodia.
Mam Phalkun had a late start competing on the circuit level, playing for the first time in an ITF Futures in 2012. Phalkun plans on competing from time to time trying to gain his first ATP Point.
Long Samneang, the youngest player in the top 4 of our National Team, has competed in the qualifying draw of the futures held in Cambodia the last 3 years, and plans to compete in the upcoming futures events at the end of this year as well.