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Week 6 - ITF W25 - Bath, Great Britain Hard


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Marni has withdrawn from Glasgow next week.


 Shame. I would love Marni to get a really good injury free run and then see where that would get her.

For now she will be back into the top 500 and may take out her CH 491. But there is the clear potential to go very much higher.



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Lauryn+ get a walk over into the semis of the doubles.

Sonay 1-4* down final set.

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Sonay gets one of the breaks back, then has two points to level up, but can't take them.

*3-5

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Back to 5 all

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Broken to trail 5-6*
Breaks back 6 all

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Having been 0-4 down, and then worked it all the way back to a tie-break....it's blinkin' tight, this match....

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Oh Sonay! Did well to save the match points, absolutely had it at *6-6 but either a lapse in judgement or lack of awareness of her opponents positioning and she hit the drive volley right to her, and Sramkova just whipped it for an easy pass.

Gutted.

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Maia 6-4 *3-2

Eden breaks back.

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PaulM wrote:

Oh Sonay! Did well to save the match points, absolutely had it at *6-6 but either a lapse in judgement or lack of awareness of her opponents positioning and she hit the drive volley right to her, and Sramkova just whipped it for an easy pass.

Gutted.


 Yes. And she'd done that on another shot where she took it out of the air too (and got away with it) - just hit it the wrong side, no idea where her opponent was...

Overall, the score was fair - it was as tight a match as I've seen for ages - both players played pretty high level tennis I thought (it was clear that the Czech woman used to be far higher ranked), Sonay did well, BUT if I'd had to give it to one of them, I'd have chosen the Czech woman



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indiana wrote:
PaulM wrote:

Marni has withdrawn from Glasgow next week.


 Shame. I would love Marni to get a really good injury free run and then see where that would get her.

For now she will be back into the top 500 and may take out her CH 491. But there is the clear potential to go very much higher.


 Absolutely cry

She's the one, along with Katie Swan, who I'd really like to 'gift' a six month injury free pass, and sitback and enjoy...



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R2: KARTAL, Sonay (GBR) (1) 203 lost to SRAMKOVA, Rebecca (SVK) 317 6-7(8) 6-3 6-7(6)
R2: LUMSDEN, Maia (GBR) SR 473 def SILVA, Eden (GBR) (8) 303 6-4 6-3
R2: BANKS, Amarni (GBR) Q 501 lost to PATTINAMA KERKHOVE, Lesley (NED) (2) 226 4-6 6-3 1-6

QF: LUMSDEN, Maia (GBR) SR 473 (CH=250 2019) v SMITKOVA, Tereza (CZE) 443 (CH=57 2015)
they met in Loughborough in 2018 with Tereza winning 3 & 4.

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Coup Droit wrote:
PaulM wrote:

Oh Sonay! Did well to save the match points, absolutely had it at *6-6 but either a lapse in judgement or lack of awareness of her opponents positioning and she hit the drive volley right to her, and Sramkova just whipped it for an easy pass.

Gutted.


 Yes. And she'd done that on another shot where she took it out of the air too (and got away with it) - just hit it the wrong side, no idea where her opponent was...

Overall, the score was fair - it was as tight a match as I've seen for ages - both players played pretty high level tennis I thought (it was clear that the Czech woman used to be far higher ranked), Sonay did well, BUT if I'd had to give it to one of them, I'd have chosen the Czech woman


 Actually Sramkova is Slovakian wink

But with so many ova's in Bath this week (seven in the main draw alone and only three of them are Czechs) it's pretty confusing.



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Thanks, TA

And apologies to Sramkova !

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Coup Droit wrote:

Thanks, TA

And apologies to Sramkova !


 By coincidence I had just been looking at the order of play to see when the doubles might finish and had just noticed the four Ova's in the match following Eden/Maia



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Doubles Results

QF:- Emily Appleton (GBR) / Isabelle Haverlag (NED) (185+161) [1] def Deborah Chiesa (ITA) / Lisa Pigato (ITA) CR1021 (789+232) 6-2 7-5
QF:- Dominika Salkova (CZE) / Tereza Smitkova (CZE) (256+UNR) def Viktoria Morvayova (SVK) / Anna Siskova (CZE) CR689 (531+158) 6-1 6-1

QF:- Lena Papadakis (GER) / Alice Robbe (FRA) (354+298) [4] v Andre Lukosiute (LTU) / Naho Sato (JPN) CR739 (399+340) 7-6(4) 6-2
QF:- Lauryn John-Baptiste (GBR) / Katarina Stresnakova (SVK) CR786 (395+391) def Elena Malygina (EST) / Isabella Shinikova (BUL) (269+423) Walkover


SF:- Emily Appleton (GBR) / Isabelle Haverlag (NED) (185+161) [1] v Dominika Salkova (CZE) / Tereza Smitkova (CZE) (256+UNR)
SF:- Lauryn John-Baptiste (GBR) / Katarina Stresnakova (SVK) CR786 (395+391) v Lena Papadakis (GER) / Alice Robbe (FRA) (354+298) [4]



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