- Soft tennis at the Asian Games
Soft tennisis an Asian Gamessport since the 1994 edition.
Soft Tennis at the 2006 Asian Games
* [http://www.doha-2006.com/gis/menuroot/sports/SoftTennis_HR.aspx-id=ST.html Medallists from previous Asian Games - Soft tennis]
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