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RE: Week 4 - ITF W60 - Sunderland, Great Britain Hard


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Q2: AMOS, Abigail (GBR) 1147 lost to MALYGINA, Elena (EST) (1) 351 2-6 7-6(5) 6-7(1)
Q2: GILLAN, Alice (GBR) (15) 752 lost to RINALDO PERSSON, Kajsa (SWE) (5) 441 4-6 6-3 [7-10]
Q2: CONWAY, Jasmine (GBR) (12) 602 def EIKERI, Ulrikke (NOR) (6) 442 7-5 7-6(5)
Q2: DALEY, Danielle (GBR) 1076 def CORTEZ LLORCA, Lucia (ESP) (7) 477 7-6(7) 6-1
Q2: DUNNE, Katy (GBR) (14) 696 def APPLETON, Emily (GBR) (8) 489 7-6(4) 6-3

R1: CHRISTIE, Freya (GBR) WC 427 (CH=286 2016) v BARTHEL, Mona (GBR) 222 (CH=23 2013)
R1: DALEY, Danielle (GBR) Q 1076 (CH=1057 2022) v SHINIKOVA, Isabella (BUL) Q 376 (CH=133 2017)
R1: KARTAL, Sonay (GBR) (8) WC 206 (CH=198 2022) v SZABANIN, Natalia (HUN) 249 (CH=245 2022)
R1: LUMSDEN, Maia (GBR) 473 (CH=250 2019) v KEMPEN, Magali (BEL) 211 (CH=209 2022)
They met in 2020 with Maia winning 5 & 1 Ret.
R1: MALONEY, Eliz (GBR) WC 403 (CH=387 2022) v BOUZAS MANEIRO, Jessica (ESP) (5) 183 =CH
R1: SILVA, Eden (GBR) 309 (CH=305 2022) v KRAUS, Sinja (AUT) (6) 192 =CH
R1: GREY, Sarah Beth (GBR) 465 (CH=277 2022) v DUNNE, Katy (GBR) Q 696 (CH=212 2018)
They met in Nottingham in 2014 with Katy winning 1 & 4
R1: MIYAZAKI, Yuriko Lily (GBR) (4) 178 =CH v OZGEN, Pemra (TUR) 281 (CH=182 2019)
They met in 2021 with Lily winning 2 & 2
R1: CONWAY, Jasmine (GBR) Q 602 (CH=598 2023) {18yo JCH=80} v PALICOVA, Barbora (CZE) (7) 205 (CH=200 2022) {18yo JCH=21}
They met in 2022 with Barbora winning 4 & 1 Ret.


 Maia lost 3-6 6-3 1-6



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DF wrote:
Peter too wrote:

Q2: AMOS, Abigail (GBR) 1147 lost to MALYGINA, Elena (EST) (1) 351 2-6 7-6(5) 6-7(1)
Q2: GILLAN, Alice (GBR) (15) 752 lost to RINALDO PERSSON, Kajsa (SWE) (5) 441 4-6 6-3 [7-10]
Q2: CONWAY, Jasmine (GBR) (12) 602 def EIKERI, Ulrikke (NOR) (6) 442 7-5 7-6(5)
Q2: DALEY, Danielle (GBR) 1076 def CORTEZ LLORCA, Lucia (ESP) (7) 477 7-6(7) 6-1
Q2: DUNNE, Katy (GBR) (14) 696 def APPLETON, Emily (GBR) (8) 489 7-6(4) 6-3

R1: CHRISTIE, Freya (GBR) WC 427 (CH=286 2016) v BARTHEL, Mona (GBR) 222 (CH=23 2013)
R1: DALEY, Danielle (GBR) Q 1076 (CH=1057 2022) v SHINIKOVA, Isabella (BUL) Q 376 (CH=133 2017)
R1: KARTAL, Sonay (GBR) (8) WC 206 (CH=198 2022) v SZABANIN, Natalia (HUN) 249 (CH=245 2022)
R1: LUMSDEN, Maia (GBR) 473 (CH=250 2019) v KEMPEN, Magali (BEL) 211 (CH=209 2022)
They met in 2020 with Maia winning 5 & 1 Ret.
R1: MALONEY, Eliz (GBR) WC 403 (CH=387 2022) v BOUZAS MANEIRO, Jessica (ESP) (5) 183 =CH
R1: SILVA, Eden (GBR) 309 (CH=305 2022) v KRAUS, Sinja (AUT) (6) 192 =CH
R1: GREY, Sarah Beth (GBR) 465 (CH=277 2022) v DUNNE, Katy (GBR) Q 696 (CH=212 2018)
They met in Nottingham in 2014 with Katy winning 1 & 4
R1: MIYAZAKI, Yuriko Lily (GBR) (4) 178 =CH v OZGEN, Pemra (TUR) 281 (CH=182 2019)
They met in 2021 with Lily winning 2 & 2
R1: CONWAY, Jasmine (GBR) Q 602 (CH=598 2023) {18yo JCH=80} v PALICOVA, Barbora (CZE) (7) 205 (CH=200 2022) {18yo JCH=21}
They met in 2022 with Barbora winning 4 & 1 Ret.


 Katy faces a LL Jasmine Gimbrere


 She goes 2-1 uop then has an MTO and retires.



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That feels like like such a waste. What should have been a guaranteed 8 points for one of our girls ends up being gifted to a LL loser after just 11 minutes of play. Why would someone accept a WC if they weren't fit to play - thereby depriving someone else of the opportunity? I do understand that injuries and illness occur but this feels all wrong somehow. And the no 10 Q seed seems very lucky to have got in to the main draw when there were 4 higher ranked losing seeds including Emily at Q8. What a frustrating day to be a British tennis fan.

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That feels like like such a waste. What should have been a guaranteed 8 points for one of our girls ends up being gifted to a LL loser after just 11 minutes of play. Why would someone accept a WC if they weren't fit to play - thereby depriving someone else of the opportunity? I do understand that injuries and illness occur but this feels all wrong somehow. And the no 10 Q seed seems very lucky to have got in to the main draw when there were 4 higher ranked losing seeds including Emily at Q8. What a frustrating day to be a British tennis fan.


  Not sure any blame can be placed on Katy as she came through 2 qualifying rounds to get to the main draw. Not sure why Beth would leave it until the morning to withdraw. Just hope for both its not too serious as they have had such a bad run with illness and injury 



-- Edited by RJH1962 on Wednesday 25th of January 2023 03:36:56 PM

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SuperT wrote:

That feels like like such a waste. What should have been a guaranteed 8 points for one of our girls ends up being gifted to a LL loser after just 11 minutes of play. Why would someone accept a WC if they weren't fit to play - thereby depriving someone else of the opportunity? I do understand that injuries and illness occur but this feels all wrong somehow. And the no 10 Q seed seems very lucky to have got in to the main draw when there were 4 higher ranked losing seeds including Emily at Q8. What a frustrating day to be a British tennis fan.


 3 of the seeded second round quali losers probably left after their defeats on Monday. Ms Gimbrere and Ms Appleton were due to play dubs today so would have been nearby when Beth withdrew. Maybe there was a draw between them which Emily lost?



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SuperT wrote:

That feels like like such a waste. What should have been a guaranteed 8 points for one of our girls ends up being gifted to a LL loser after just 11 minutes of play. Why would someone accept a WC if they weren't fit to play - thereby depriving someone else of the opportunity? I do understand that injuries and illness occur but this feels all wrong somehow. And the no 10 Q seed seems very lucky to have got in to the main draw when there were 4 higher ranked losing seeds including Emily at Q8. What a frustrating day to be a British tennis fan.


 3 of the seeded second round quali losers probably left after their defeats on Monday. Ms Gimbrere and Ms Appleton were due to play dubs today so would have been nearby when Beth withdrew. Maybe there was a draw between them which Emily lost?




The order of lucky losers is decided by a draw of all FQR losers with a WTA ranking.

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Lambda wrote:
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SuperT wrote:

That feels like like such a waste. What should have been a guaranteed 8 points for one of our girls ends up being gifted to a LL loser after just 11 minutes of play. Why would someone accept a WC if they weren't fit to play - thereby depriving someone else of the opportunity? I do understand that injuries and illness occur but this feels all wrong somehow. And the no 10 Q seed seems very lucky to have got in to the main draw when there were 4 higher ranked losing seeds including Emily at Q8. What a frustrating day to be a British tennis fan.


 3 of the seeded second round quali losers probably left after their defeats on Monday. Ms Gimbrere and Ms Appleton were due to play dubs today so would have been nearby when Beth withdrew. Maybe there was a draw between them which Emily lost?



 


The order of lucky losers is decided by a draw of all FQR losers with a WTA ranking.


 Would the draw have been made on Monday?



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I expect the other girls left, and hadn't signed in to the lucky loser list. Would there even have been a list and a draw before any withdrawals ?

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R1: CHRISTIE, Freya (GBR) WC 427 lost to BARTHEL, Mona (GBR) 222 3-6 5-7
R1: DALEY, Danielle (GBR) Q 1076 lost to SHINIKOVA, Isabella (BUL) Q 376 1-6 5-7
R1: KARTAL, Sonay (GBR) (8) WC 206 def SZABANIN, Natalia (HUN) 249 6-4 4-6 6-3
R1: LUMSDEN, Maia (GBR) 473 lost to KEMPEN, Magali (BEL) 211 3-6 6-3 1-6
R1: MALONEY, Eliz (GBR) WC 403 lost to BOUZAS MANEIRO, Jessica (ESP) (5) 183 =CH 3-6 4-6
R1: SILVA, Eden (GBR) 309 def KRAUS, Sinja (AUT) (6) 192 6-4 6-2
R1: DUNNE, Katy (GBR) Q 696 lost to GIMBRERE, Jasmijn (NED) LL 557 1-2 Ret.
R1: MIYAZAKI, Yuriko Lily (GBR) (4) 178 def OZGEN, Pemra (TUR) 281 6-2 6-3
R1: CONWAY, Jasmine (GBR) Q 602 lost to PALICOVA, Barbora (CZE) (7) 205 6-2 4-6 3-6

R2: KARTAL, Sonay (GBR) (8) WC 206 (CH=198 2022) v SHINIKOVA, Isabella (BUL) Q 376 (CH=133 2017)
R2: SILVA, Eden (GBR) 309 (CH=305 2022) v GIMBRERE, Jasmijn (NED) LL 557 (CH=508 2022)
R2: MIYAZAKI, Yuriko Lily (GBR) (4) 178 =CH v PATTINAMA KERKHOVE, Lesley (NED) 260 (CH=135 2022)
They have played three times before with Lesley winning twice in 2019 and Lily winning in 2022.



-- Edited by Peter too on Thursday 26th of January 2023 04:18:47 PM

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Jasmine was 6-2 3-1* up against her Czech 18 yo opponent ( WR 205, JCH 21 )

Pity she couldn't hold on but it still looks to have been a very good effort.

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I refer to my comment in the mens about Sunderland being a bit rubbish overall. Players maybe turned up and thought nah Im not getting injured here. Would love to hear some comments from players about it.

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Today's doubles results

L16:- Andre Lukosiute (LTU) / Eliz Maloney (GBR) CR827 (435+392) def Emily Appleton (GBR) / Yuriko Lily Miyazaki (GBR) CR504 (190+314) [3] 6-6 6-4
L16:- Magali Kempen (BEL) / Eden Silva (GBR) CR570 (231+339) def Marina Bassols Ribera (ESP) / Despina Papamichail (GRE) CR512 (298+214) [4] walkover
L16:- Jasmijn Gimbrere (NED) / Bibiane Schoofs (NED) CR607 (213+394) def Lena Papadakis (GER) / Lesley Pattinama Kerkhove (NED) CR695 (345+350) 6-3 7-5


QF:- Freya Christie (GBR) / Ali Collins (GBR) CR329 (171+158) [1] v Joanna Garland (TPE) / Isabella Shinikova (BUL) CR847 (439+408)
QF:- Andre Lukosiute (LTU) / Eliz Maloney (GBR) CR827 (435+392) v Lauryn John-Baptiste (GBR) / Katarina Stresnakova (SVK) CR819 (406+413)

QF:- Abigail Amos (GBR) / Emma Wilson (GBR) CR1505 (743+762) v Magali Kempen (BEL) / Eden Silva (GBR) CR570 (231+339)
QF:- Jasmijn Gimbrere (NED) / Bibiane Schoofs (NED) CR607 (213+394) v Maia Lumsden (GBR) / Elena Malygina (EST) CR474 (221+253) [2]


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Today's doubles results

L16:- Andre Lukosiute (LTU) / Eliz Maloney (GBR) CR827 (435+392) def Emily Appleton (GBR) / Yuriko Lily Miyazaki (GBR) CR504 (190+314) [3] 6-6 6-4
L16:- Magali Kempen (BEL) / Eden Silva (GBR) CR570 (231+339) def Marina Bassols Ribera (ESP) / Despina Papamichail (GRE) CR512 (298+214) [4] walkover
L16:- Jasmijn Gimbrere (NED) / Bibiane Schoofs (NED) CR607 (213+394) def Lena Papadakis (GER) / Lesley Pattinama Kerkhove (NED) CR695 (345+350) 6-3 7-5


QF:- Freya Christie (GBR) / Ali Collins (GBR) CR329 (171+158) [1] v Joanna Garland (TPE) / Isabella Shinikova (BUL) CR847 (439+408)
QF:- Andre Lukosiute (LTU) / Eliz Maloney (GBR) CR827 (435+392) v Lauryn John-Baptiste (GBR) / Katarina Stresnakova (SVK) CR819 (406+413)

QF:- Abigail Amos (GBR) / Emma Wilson (GBR) CR1505 (743+762) v Magali Kempen (BEL) / Eden Silva (GBR) CR570 (231+339)
QF:- Jasmijn Gimbrere (NED) / Bibiane Schoofs (NED) CR607 (213+394) v Maia Lumsden (GBR) / Elena Malygina (EST) CR474 (221+253) [2]


 Great win for Eliz and Andre. Now through to the semis as Katie was injured in the singles so she and Lauryn have had to withdraw.



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First win of the day goes to Sonay:

R2: KARTAL, Sonay (GBR) (8) WC 206 def. SHINIKOVA, Isabella (BUL) Q 376 (CH=133 2017) 6-3 6-2

Two more wins would be nice....

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Lily lost to Pattinama Kerkhove 5-7, 6-2, 6-2

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