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British Tour 2023


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Phoenix Weir and Allegra Korpanec Davies lead the British Tour rankings so far this season.

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Newport, Grade 2

Titles for:

Oscar Wai

Kate Mansfield

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The Indoor Scottish National Championships (also a British Tour event)

No idea how it works - is it open (like Tour events?) Or restricted as you'd expect for Scottish nationals (i.e. only open to Scottish players?)

Either way the Scottish Indoor National Champion is..........Yuri Santiago Syromolotov Netrebin

Now that's a great name

In the women, the title went to Aimee Knowles

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Coup Droit wrote:

The Indoor Scottish National Championships (also a British Tour event)

No idea how it works - is it open (like Tour events?) Or restricted as you'd expect for Scottish nationals (i.e. only open to Scottish players?)

Either way the Scottish Indoor National Champion is..........Yuri Santiago Syromolotov Netrebin

Now that's a great name

In the women, the title went to Aimee Knowles


 Great name ! 

it looks like it is the Scottish Indoor Open on the web link below https://competitions.lta.org.uk/tournament/87FAEF92-C30D-41E7-B037-B4B35B911B31/players

 

the players seem largely Scottish based but some from England and beyond. It is also part of the Tennis Scotland Open Tour as well it seems 



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Week 17, Connaught, Grade 2

Pawel Safuryn d Oscar Wai 6-4 7-6

Kate Mansfield d Louise Booker 3-6 6-4 [11-9]



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Week 18, Bowden, Grade 2

Winners:

Cameron Fryer

Kate Mansfield

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Coup Droit wrote:

Week 18, Bowden, Grade 2

Winners:

Cameron Fryer

Kate Mansfield


 How many is that now for Mansfield this year?



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Kate leads the womens tour leaderboard, Oscar Wai now leads the mens (forgive me, I dont know Oscar Wai, presumably not playing ITF's, just a national events player?)

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Kate leads the womens tour leaderboard, Oscar Wai now leads the mens (forgive me, I dont know Oscar Wai, presumably not playing ITF's, just a national events player?)




He's from Hong Kong. I'll let Nino Severino introduce you to him and his sister, Candy https://www.eadt.co.uk/sport/20708759.talented-tennis-teens-swapped-hong-kong-ipswich/

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Thanks Lambda - I will follow the Wai family with interest now!

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Woking Grade 2

SFs

Arabella Loftus v Sophie Bekker

Ciara Moore v Alana Bristow



Hugo Coquelin v Ben Johnson

Zyaan Ahmed v Jake Evans

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Woking Grade 2

FINALS

Ciara Moore def. Sophie Bekker 6-4 6-4


Hugo Coquelin def. Jake Evans 6-4 6-4

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There's a Grade 1 event this week in South Wales

Semis:

Michelle Dzjachangirova v Ciara Moore

Tamara Kuti v Kate Mansfield


Mike Shaw v Alfie King

Albert Calin v Tom Loxley

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Coup Droit wrote:

There's a Grade 1 event this week in South Wales

Semis:

Michelle Dzjachangirova v Ciara Moore

Tamara Kuti v Kate Mansfield


Mike Shaw v Alfie King

Albert Calin v Tom Loxley


 there seems to be a dearth of Premier events this season, presumably because more players are out on the ITF Tour, they dont justifiy holding Tier 1/Premier events on the BT? 



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I think the UK Pro League has largely taken the place of Premier events, leaving the LTA to focus on offering an expanded BT at mostly G2 level.

-- Edited by Lambda on Friday 19th of May 2023 03:18:47 PM

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