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Boys & Girls: Les Petits As, France, indoor asphalt - U14 Category 1 (Week 4)


Despite her fine Bolton run Hephzibah Oluwadare had to qualify here, but Mingge Xu was given a wildcard .  There is live streaming from three courts here  and live scores from all courts here

Boys R1 (L64)

Viktor Frydrych v Adrien Ducruet (FRA)

Girls R1 (L64)

(Q) Vlada Kozak v (14) Alina Korneeva (RUS)

Lena Thomas Iglesias (FRA) v (WC) Mingge Xu

Jadesola Cole v (15) Anna Vashchenko (UKR)

(Q) Hephzibah Oluwadare v (10) Alexia Iulia Marginean (ROU)

(Q) Sophya Devas v Ann Atasha Ceuca (GER)

Sara Saito (JPN) v Hannah Read



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Well done to all three GB girls who qualified.

In terms of the boys, and just for the record:

Young Ben Gusic Wan failed to qualify, as did Henry Searle and Luke Hooper.

Further to the girls, useful to note that:

2006-born: Jadesola, Vlada, Sophya Devas (1st Jan 2006, indeed), Hannah

2007 born: Hephzibah, Mingge

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Mimi lost  7-6(4) 6-2

Vlada lost 6-1 6-3

Hannah Won 6-1 6-0

 

 



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Jade also through to second round 2-6 6-4 7-5.

 

Hephzibah to play tomorrow.



-- Edited by Tennisdad_101 on Monday 27th of January 2020 12:42:49 PM

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Viktor through to second round 0 & 2 



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Viktor has to take on the Tennis Europe number 2 next

Boys R2

Viktor Frydrych v (2) Martin Landaluce (ESP)

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A tricky three-setter for both girls but both come through

Heph won 4-6 7-5 7-6(1)

Sophya won 2-6 6-4 6-4

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Well done to Henry Searle, who made it into the draw as a Lucky Loser, and then won his first round match very comfortably.

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Jadesola plays the Orange Bowl under 12 champion. Tomorrow Viktor, Sophya and Hannah are on streamed courts - Hannah late on and the other two third on (around midday)

Boys R1 (L64)

(LL) Henry Searle d. (Q) Karl Nagel-Heyer (GER) 6-2 6-2

R2

(Q) Krystof Svojgr (CZE) v (LL) Henry Searle
Viktor Frydrych v (2) Martin Landaluce (ESP)

Girls R2

(Q) Mirra Andreeva (RUS) v Jadesola Cole
Shruti Ahlawat (IND) v (Q) Hephzibah Oluwadare
(13) Sarah Iliev (FRA) v (Q) Sophya Devas
(16) Camilia Samel Druz (FRA) v Hannah Read

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Good ol' Heph has annihilated her opponent

R2: (Q) Hephzibah Oluwadare def. Shruti Ahlawat (IND) 6-4 6-0

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Thanks for the heads-up about the courts, David.

Interesting to see the youngsters.

Sophya has just lost 4-6 in the third, against a not particularly impressive French girl.

Sophya seems the classic sort of youngster we were mentioning a week or so back - already 14, she's very tall and grown up for her age, looks like an 18 year-old. So has a big physical advantage. But her tennis is not anything very special (based on what I saw today and, obviously, just a personal opinion without any real basis).

Henry Searle (not streamed) has made his LL spot count even more by winning his R2 match too



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I've no idea how true it is but I've heard that Viktor is pretty difficult to coach.....

He lost 4-6 4-6 today to the second seed but certainly wasn't outclassed, from the small bits I saw - some good lefty forehands.

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Tough match for Sophya, but yes a huge physical advantage versus most of the other 14u girls.  her opponent has had some strong results in TEs.  Great result for Hepzibah today and a strong challenge versus another 2007 Brenda Fruhvitova in round 3 - should be a great watch.



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Coup Droit wrote:

I've no idea how true it is but I've heard that Viktor is pretty difficult to coach.....

He lost 4-6 4-6 today to the second seed but certainly wasn't outclassed, from the small bits I saw - some good lefty forehands.


Interesting that both him and Henry are both left handed!

(thou I believe Henry is naturally right handed, but his first coach got him to swap hands at a very young age - maybe 5?)



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Coup Droit wrote:

Thanks for the heads-up about the courts, David.

Interesting to see the youngsters.

Sophya has just lost 4-6 in the third, against a not particularly impressive French girl.

Sophya seems the classic sort of youngster we were mentioning a week or so back - already 14, she's very tall and grown up for her age, looks like an 18 year-old. So has a big physical advantage. But her tennis is not anything very special (based on what I saw today and, obviously, just a personal opinion without any real basis).

Henry Searle (not streamed) has made his LL spot count even more by winning his R2 match too


 Yes - I saw Sophy's at the Wirral and thought she was one of the coaches....



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