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RE: Girls U12/U14 Junior Orange Bowl, USA (Week 50)


tharris wrote:

Megan lost to her next opponent at the Eddie Herr International the other week, though it was awesome close.


 Another close defeat unfortunately

R3

  (9) Welles Newman (USA) d. (17) Megan Knight 6-4 7-5



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All over for the under 12 girls in the main draw

U12 R3

(9) Welles Newman (USA) d. (17) Megan Knight 6-4 7-5
(9) Sim Siyoen (KOR) d. (17) Sevil Parviz 6-4 6-1


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Lambda wrote:

Is there are order of play anywhere? I can only see completed matches on the schedule.

I've no idea who I'm watching?


 Good spot but sorry I haven't found any oop either  The Biltmore Centre appears to only be used for the U14 girls so for future matches looking at the approximate time on the drawsheet and trying the 4 options should enable you to find Hannah at least



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Lambda wrote:

Is there are order of play anywhere? I can only see completed matches on the schedule.

I've no idea who I'm watching?


 I've been moaning about this to other people - it's ridiculous !

I can't find ANY schedule of play for upcoming matches, with court numbers, and no livescores that enable you to figure out whose playing.

 



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There seems to be this USTA page

playtennis.usta.com/competitions/jrorangebowlcommittee/Tournaments/draws/A29705F5-B9D7-4F9D-A680-130BDA11383D

And these live streams but presumably youve found these

www.ocamsclub.com/job-2022



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Not sure those add anything to what you know already
Though ! Sorry!

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For anyone interested Hannah is on court 1 (use the above links) with orange top. She won the last two games but no idea what the score is.

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I think Hannah is up 5-0 in the first set. She's looking really good.

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I caught some of Hannahs match I think I watched the last 6 games, might have been 5, which all seemed to go to Hannah so looks like it was another straightforward win. Hannah did look a level above the other girl.

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It did indeed prove straightforward. Her next match is intriguing. She plays a 12 year old Brazilian who won 4 matches in the World Junior finals, including a win over Shannon Lam (who beat Hannah 6-0 6-0 in the same event)

U14 R4 

(1) Hannah Klugman d. (9) Nicole Okhtenberg (USA) 6-0 6-0

QF

(1) Hannah Klugman v (17) Victoria Barros (BRA)



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DavidC wrote:

It did indeed prove straightforward. Her next match is intriguing. She plays a 12 year old Brazilian who won 4 matches in the World Junior finals, including a win over Shannon Lam (who beat Hannah 6-0 6-0 in the same event)

U14 R4 

(1) Hannah Klugman d. (9) Nicole Okhtenberg (USA) 6-0 6-0

QF

(1) Hannah Klugman v (17) Victoria Barros (BRA)


 Given detailed info is hard to tie down on this event , do we know when it is due to complete? Most events finish Sunday but Hannah is at qf stage? Is it therefore a Tuesday final or is hannah hoping for a v busy day to complete 3 rounds today? 



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Just found it is a Tuesday finish, strangely

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Here is the report on the girls under 14s from the Junior Orange Bowl website. I don't know how accurate the comment is about under 14 events - if so she won't be trying to win Les Petits As.

All the U14 QFs are scheduled for 3pm GMT, but could be delayed by either a consolation match overrunning or by the weather. Victoria Barros has had a couple of tough matches here, so may not be as accomplished on hard courts as the clay surface used for the World Juniors

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"The Asian dominance continued in the girls 14s round of 16 on the hard courts at the Biltmore Tennis Center, where second-seeded, 6-2 Yihan (Sophia) Qu of China clawed back from 1-4 down in the third set to outlast Spains Polina Kuharenko, 4-6, 6-2, 6-4.

Qu, 13, who in her first trip to the U.S., won the Herr 14s and is alive for the junior version of the Sunshine Sweep. The two tall teens slugged it out from the baseline with flat, warp-speed groundstrokes until Qu was gifted her third match point on a double fault.

I just focused on every shot and game, do my best and dont put too much pressure on myself, said Qu, via translator Sen Han, an IMG Tennis Academy (Bradenton) liaison where she has trained this month. I love tennis because of the rhythm, the rallies, the sound it makes when it bounces off the tennis racket. Its relaxing.

She has a big serve, a big forehand and a big heart, said Hong Lue, Qus Chinese Federation coach.

Top-seeded Brit Hannah Klugman, who attends Wimbledon High School in her hometown, coasted to a 6-0, 6-0 rout over No. 9 Nicole Okhtenberg, who lives and trains in Boca Raton with the Evert Tennis Academy.

Im playing positive going after my shots, am relaxed, just here to enjoy it, said Klugman, who hasnt allowed more than two games in her four matches in route to the quarterfinals.

Klugman, 13, sprouted four inches to 5-7 since playing here last year. In July, she received a wild card into the Junior Wimbledon main draw on an outside grass court against 18-year-olds. This will be her final 14s tournament as Klugman plans to play ITF 18s next year.

Also advancing into the quarters were No. 3 Emerson Jones of Australia, who after dropping six straight games in the second set, refocused to prevail 6-4, 2-6, 6-1 over Julieta Pareja of Los Angeles, the winner of the USTA 14s National Clay Courts last summer.

Fellow Aussie Kim Cooper fell 6-2, 6-1 to Maria Aytoyan (9), an American Armenian who has trained at Everts the past two years.

Russian 13-year-old dynamo Ksenia Efremova (6), who lives in France where she trains at the Patrick Mouratoglou Tennis Academy, triumphed 6-1, 6-1 over Abigail Gordon, who lives in Boca Raton where she trains with former Evert coach Mandy Wilson. Also advancing was No. 4 Adelina Lachinova of Latvia, and No. 7 Luna Maria Cinalli of Argentina. "



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Looks like Hannah is warming up on the stream for court 1.
www.youtube.com/watch

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