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RE: British Tour 2023


JonH comes home wrote:

JonH comes home wrote:
Lambda wrote:

JonH -
Play-off WCs will go to
Winners of UKPL this week
Winner of Progress Tour Cromer (men only, nothing for women)
Winners of Premier BT West Worthing

The remaining are ranking based
Highest ranked NCAA player to sign in (providing they're in the top 100)
Top 2 junior ranked girls (currently Ella & Ranah) or 3rd junior ranked girl (currently Mimi) if either of those already has a qWC

Women 1 discretionary WC
Men 2 discretionary WCs

-- Edited by Lambda on Friday 2nd of June 2023 09:01:35 AM


 great, thanks Lambda , that is very clear!

Looks like the Progress Tour, Cromer, event takes place next week also

https://www.theprogresstour.com/event-info/10-000-prize-money-series-cromer-2


 presumably if any of those qualifying routes goes to someone who gets into qualies via a WC or into the play offs via ranking (or duplicates a position) it reverts to an additional discretionary wild card?  




Correct

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North Oxford, G2

Women

Maria Ustic def. Ciara Moore 6-2 3-6 7-5

Hannah Read def. Mika Stojsavljevic 6-4 3-6 6-3


Final: Maria Ustic v Hannah Read



Men

Final: Stefan Cooper v Hugo Coquelin

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Men

Final: Stefan Cooper def. Hugo Coquelin 7-6(5) 6-0

Women

Hannah Read def. Maria Ustic 6-2 6-2

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Giles Hussey and Emma Wilson are seeded top in Worthing this week .

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Premier: West Worthing, Grass

Playing for a place in the Wimbledon WC play-off and a summer M25/W25 WC
QFs
Men
Giles Hussey [1/480, WC] v Yujiro Onuma [7/1827]
Alexis Canter [4/1364] v Marcus Walters [9, WC]
Alfie King [LL] v Oliver Bonding [WC]
Michael Shaw [5/1441] v William Jansen [2/1068]

Women
Emma Wilson [1/980] v Ciara Moore
Kate Mansfield [4/798] v Jaquelyn Ogunwale [6/1496]
Sofia Johnson [7] v Indianna Spink [3/733]
Orla Cooper v Abigail Amos [2/1017]

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Just to point out. The women's rankings shown on the LTA website (as posted by Lambda) are a mix of WTA and ITF rankings. Only Emma and Abigail have WTA rankings - the other rankings are ITF.

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Lambda wrote:

Premier: West Worthing, Grass

Playing for a place in the Wimbledon WC play-off and a summer M25/W25 WC
QFs
Men
Giles Hussey [1/480, WC] v Yujiro Onuma [7/1827]
Alexis Canter [4/1364] v Marcus Walters [9, WC]
Alfie King [LL] v Oliver Bonding [WC]
Michael Shaw [5/1441] v William Jansen [2/1068]

Women
Emma Wilson [1/980] v Ciara Moore
Kate Mansfield [4/798] v Jaquelyn Ogunwale [6/1496]
Sofia Johnson [7] v Indianna Spink [3/733]
Orla Cooper v Abigail Amos [2/1017]


 I've been waiting to see Will Jansen around - I thought he must be going to put in an appearance

In fact, I was pretty sure I saw his dad at Surbiton (but possible, of course, that I'm an idiot and it was just someone who looked like him....)



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Alfie King has done well as an LL to beat Stefan Cooper and Phoenix Weir.
How old is Alfie?

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JonH comes home wrote:

Alfie King has done well as an LL to beat Stefan Cooper and Phoenix Weir.
How old is Alfie?


 Alfie is 15



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Tenniscat wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

Alfie King has done well as an LL to beat Stefan Cooper and Phoenix Weir.
How old is Alfie?


 Alfie is 15


 thanks Tenniscat and welcome to the board as well! 

Alfie has done well, then, those are good wins. Havent had time to check his QF result yet. Has he got a big serving game? The scorelines in those matches (7-5 6-4 ish) suggest someone who can hold serve well, though that is just a guess 



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Oli Bonding won the battle of the 15 year olds in 3 sets.

And 15 year old Ciara Moore knocked out the #1seed Emma Wilson in the womens.

SF:

Giles Hussey [1] v Marcus Walters [9]
Oli Bonding [WC] (15yo) v William Jansen [2]

Ciara Moore (15yo) v Kate Mansfield [4]
Sophia Johnson [7] v Orla Cooper

-- Edited by Lambda on Thursday 15th of June 2023 06:09:23 PM

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SF

Giles Hussey [1] def. Marcus Walters [9] 6-4 6-3
Oli Bonding [WC] (15yo) lost to William Jansen [2]. 2-6 3-6

Ciara Moore (15yo) def. Kate Mansfield [4] 6-2 2-6 6-3
Sophia Johnson [7] def. Orla Cooper. 4-6 6-1 6-3

So the finals are

Giles Hussey [1] v William Jansen [2]

Ciara Moore (15yo) v Sophia Johnson [7]

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Just as a reminder:

William Jansen is our ex-National Champion U18s

Who played in Wimbledon qualifiers

Very good game on grass

It's been a convincing run by him so far

Will be very curious how he does against Giles

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Congratulations to 15 year old Ciara Moore and Giles Hussey who secure their places in the Wimbledon WC play-offs and get a main draw WC to a summer W25 and grass M25.

Giles Hussey [1, WC] def. William Jansen [2]. 6-4 6-0

Ciara Moore (15yo) def. Sophia Johnson [7]. 7-5 6-2

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Lambda wrote:

Congratulations to 15 year old Ciara Moore and Giles Hussey who secure their places in the Wimbledon WC play-offs and get a main draw WC to a summer W25 and grass M25.

Giles Hussey [1, WC] def. William Jansen [2]. 6-4 6-0

Ciara Moore (15yo) def. Sophia Johnson [7]. 7-5 6-2


 Well done both! 



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