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Juniors playing professional senior tennis 2018


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Iman Garshong was in Antalya for week 18. She was 18.390 on the date of her first match. She won two rounds of qaulifying, but lost in the FQR.


Blob I have drawn a line at those still able to compete in Juniors this year the oldest of which are born on the 1/1/2000 otherwise many of the other 1999ers would still qualify for example the likes of Jody Burrage who represent a different group of young but senior players. Its obviously not a police state and grateful for anything you post but that was my rational.

Meanwhile in Uganda George who is junior eligible in 2019 takes on the 5 th seed. 

 

L32:  (Q) George Loffhagen UNR defeated (Q) Ansu Bhuyan (IND) UNR by 2 & 3  

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L16:  (5) Aaron Cortes (ESP) WR 1015 (CH = 955 last September) vs (Q) George Loffhagen UNR

 



-- Edited by Oakland2002 on Wednesday 2nd of May 2018 06:57:01 AM

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Emilie continues to push on but Nell in a real battle a set down as things stand

R2: LINDH GALLAGHER, Emilie (GBR) Q UNR beat LUKACS, Vanda (HUN) 2 675 CH=369 20/3/17 6-4 5-5 retired

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Nell put up a decent fight in the second set but not to be.

R2: MILLER, Nell (GBR) UNR [18yo JCH=185] lost to KUBAREVA, Anna (BLR) 6 890 =CH [17yo JCH=233] 4-6 5-7

Emilie now gears up for her QF match.

QF: LINDH GALLAGHER, Emilie (GBR) [Q] UNR vs VULPIO, Julia (FRA) [5] 1141 (CH:900 Feb 18) 17yrs (JCH:302 Sept 15)

meanwhile Aidan unsurprisingly was unable to bridge the near 1000 place ranking difference to dismiss the no 3 seed although that first set, wow. 

L32:  (3) David Guez (FRA) WR 284 defeated (WC) Aidan McHugh WR 1252 by 7-6(5) 6-3



-- Edited by Oakland2002 on Thursday 3rd of May 2018 12:02:32 AM



-- Edited by Oakland2002 on Thursday 3rd of May 2018 09:49:16 AM

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As Jaggy reported on the Uganda event thread:

L16: (Q) George Loffhagen UNR def. (5) Aaron Cortes (ESP) WR 1015 (CH = 955 last September) 6-4 6-1



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More than steady result form George, this whole cohort of 2001 ers on the boys side plus Holly and Emma will be very entertaining to follow through their first steps into senior tennis.

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Now things are getting a little tougher with a top 500 opponent.

QF: (Q) George Loffhagen UNR vs (2) Fabrizio Ornago (ITA) WR 430 (CH = 423 last December)

No holding Emilie back in Israel.

QF: LINDH GALLAGHER, Emilie (GBR) [Q] UNR beat VULPIO, Julia (FRA) [5] 1141 (CH:900 Feb 18) 17yrs (JCH:302 Sept 15) 6-4 6-3 

SF: LINDH GALLAGHER, Emilie (GBR) [Q] UNR vs GLUSHKO, Lina (ISR) 1062=CH 18yrs (JCH:215 Sept 16)

 



-- Edited by Oakland2002 on Thursday 3rd of May 2018 10:25:58 PM

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Well, ignoring 'Grandad Kyle', and unless I've missed someone, George and Emilie, (and Finn, who's only just out of Junior-ITF-nappies) are now our last singles standing !

Well done, the youngsters - and good luck to them.



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I dont think George is quite done here yet, nice result against an experienced opponent over three sets coming back strongly in the third. Impressive stuff

QF: (Q) George Loffhagen UNR defeated (2) Fabrizio Ornago (ITA) WR 430 by 6-3 2-6 6-3

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Two juniors in futures semi finals not a bad weeks work.

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WEEK 19

A good week for juniors in action across the various futures tournaments

George (Uganda) , Emilie, Nell (Israel) and Aidan (Tunisia) back in action again joined by Fran (Sweeden) , Pitak A (Trinidad and Tobago)

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WEEK 18

No play to the finish today for George whose match was suspended but Emile lost her semi final yesterday to the eventual winner, a smashing week for Emilie never the less.

SF: LINDH GALLAGHER, Emilie (GBR) [Q] UNR lost to GLUSHKO, Lina (ISR) 1062=CH 18yrs (JCH:215 Sept 16) 3-6 3-6


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WEEK 18 and still posting on Sunday which means someone has had a spectacular week. A very decent semi-final scalp
for George and a sterner year in the final but no capitulation against a top 300 player!

SF: (Q) George Loffhagen UNR beat (4) Goran Markovic (SRB) WR 961 (CH = 957 in February) 6-4 6-4 smile

Final: (Q) George Loffhagen UNR v (1) Ivan Nedelko (RUS) WR 267 (CH 244 Apr 2018)


Final: (Q) George Loffhagen UNR lost to (1) Ivan Nedelko (RUS) WR 267 (CH 244 Apr 2018) 4-6, 4-6

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WEEK 19

Emilie is back to work on the hard courts in Israel

Q2: LINDH GALLAGHER, Emilie (GBR) UNR beat ORLOVA, Natalie (RUS) UNR CH=224 2009 6-4, 7-5

R32: Nell MILLER (GBR) UNR 18yrs (JCH:185 Jan 17) vs Elena-Teodora CADAR (ROU) [7] 859 (CH:346 Oct 14)
R32: Emilie LINDH GALLAGHER (GBR) UNR 18yrs vs Maya TAHAN (ISR) 1158

In Trinidad and Tobago its battle of the Brits.

R1: APPLETON, Emily (GBR) 1 622 v PITAK, Aleksandra (GBR) 1211



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WEEK 19 mens

George returns for a second week this time in the main draw as a SE after last weeks success

L32: (5) Tyler Lu (USA) WR 948 (CH = 946 in February) vs (SE) George Loffhagen UNR

Tyler now 22 was a strong college player in a weaker conference, he dominated (7-0) in conference play at the no 1 spot as Captain of Yale. He graduated last summer. An interesting choice of institution given he is from SoCal and the relative strength of the PAC 12 both academic and athletic ie. clever very good tennis players are 10 a penny and the day to day standard of practice and competition much higher. His standout win was at Cal where he beat the highly ranked Florian Lakat at the no 1 slot but his team lost. He has been trying his hand at challenger qualifying in south east Asia with little success. Should be a good test for George



-- Edited by Oakland2002 on Monday 7th of May 2018 08:37:11 AM

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WEEK 19 Ladies

Fran kicks off in Sweden up against a Swedish qualifier

R1: JONES, Francesca (GBR) 4 583 v BERLIN, Sydney (SWE) Q UNR 17yo JCH=298

Unfortunately things didnt go the way of the junior Brit in Trinidad well they did but they didnt 

R1: APPLETON, Emily (GBR) [1] 627 beat PITAK, Aleksandra (GBR) 1214 6-4 6-3



-- Edited by Oakland2002 on Tuesday 8th of May 2018 01:20:08 PM

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