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Harriet Dart has followed up her $10K final appearance two weeks ago with another final tomorrow in the British Tour Masters against 15 year old Freya Christie, who saw off Anna Fitzpatrick. This is worth more than a $10k, with £2,000k for the winner and £1,200 for the runner up (although the LTA prize money top-ups may put them at a similar level).



-- Edited by RBBOT on Saturday 1st of December 2012 11:02:08 PM

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Harriet won 6-2 6-4

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Harriet beat all-comers in straight sets without much of a fuss. She is interviewed on the LTA website and there is an air of "expected to win" confidence about her. Bodes very well.



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Interesting if only ( well pretty much only actually ) because I had never heard Harriet interviewed before. The interviewer certainly had more to say than Harriet, not helped by him kind of giving answers as to what she was going to be doing and indeed might be thinking whilst in theory asking about it.



-- Edited by indiana on Monday 3rd of December 2012 04:35:24 PM

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The 2018 British Tour Masters draws are now out:

Open Womens Singles


1 Ella Taylor [1/749]

2 Lily Hutchings

3 Iman Garshong

4 Maria Budin

5 Camille Verden-Anderson [4]

6 Arabella Moen

7 Kimberly Mpukusa

8 Lily Mould

9 Andre Lukosiute

10 Katherine Barnes

11 Tamara Malazonia

12 Danielle Daley [3]

13 Mae Mccutcheon

14 Zarah Mughal

15 Eloïse Saraty

16 Victoria Allen [2]


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First round results gone with seedings

lta.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/draw.aspx

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Ella Taylor into the final , playing Vicky Allen or Andre Lukosiute

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No real surprises in the draw (nor in the mens)

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Lukosiute won by retirement, meaning the final is now set.

For completeness:

R1

(1) Ella Taylor d. Lily Hutchings 6-2 6-1
Maria Budin d. Iman Garshong 6-4 1-6 6-4

(4) Camille Verden-Anderson d. Arabella Moen 6-3 6-1
Lillian Mould d. Indianna Spink w/o

Andre Lukosiute d. Katherine Barnes 6-3 6-2
(3) Danielle Daley d. Tamara Malazonia 6-4 6-3

Mae Mccutcheon d. Zarah Mughal 6-3 6-2
(2) Victoria Allen d. Eloïse Saraty 6-2 6-0

Quarter Finals

(1) Ella Taylor d. Maria Budin 6-1 6-4
(4) Camille Verden-Anderson d. Lillian Mould 6-3 7-5

Andre Lukosiute d. (3) Danielle Daley 6-3 3-6 6-1
(2) Victoria Allen d. Mae Mccutcheon 6-0 6-2

Semi Finals

(1) Ella Taylor d. (4) Camille Verden-Anderson 6-2 6-3
Andre Lukosiute d. (2) Victoria Allen 1-6 7-6(3) 2-1 ret.

Final

(1) Ella Taylor vs. Andre Lukosiute



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Ella lived up to her seeding and won 5-7 6-2 6-2

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Feature about the event and some (brief) interviews on the LTA website
https://t.co/Q8d4n4zij7



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From the LTA website, regarding Andre L who plays for Lithuania but lives in the UK.

"17-year-old Andre Lukosiute won the 2018 Womens Bonus Pool by capturing four titles across the circuit"

I also notice that Andre has qualified in Tunisia this week (week 51) and has drawn a 16 year-old French 'starlet'.



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Coup Droit wrote:

From the LTA website, regarding Andre L who plays for Lithuania but lives in the UK.

"17-year-old Andre Lukosiute won the 2018 Womens Bonus Pool by capturing four titles across the circuit"

I also notice that Andre has qualified in Tunisia this week (week 51) and has drawn a 16 year-old French 'starlet'.


 Thanks CD. She ended up losing to Bornay in 3 topsy turvey sets, but a decent start to her senior career.



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