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Boys & Girls: J30 Liverpool, GB - hard, indoor (Week 7)


The second leg in Liverpool....

BOYS

Ilias is top seed again. But Jack Curtis has turned up for second seed place. 

Last week's winner Jay Johnson-Hauldren is in the draw again. 

Will be interested to see how (wc) Jesse Clarkson (age 14) gets on - he's raised a fair bit of interest

 

GIRLS

THe top two seeds are (qc) Isabella Wong and Amelie Brooks

Maria Ustic is here this week too, as third seed 



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Forgot it was on for 2 weeks, normally J5 followed by J4, but now 2x J5

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paulisi wrote:

Forgot it was on for 2 weeks, normally J5 followed by J4, but now 2x J5


 Do you have time to hottail it back down there ? 

More reports? biggrin



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Not this week

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paulisi wrote:

Not this week


 Shame 



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The GB winner and runner-up from last week carried on where they left off, with a win for Seb and for Jay (over the 5th seed)

Lovely to see Jesse C get his first ever point - as said above, an interesting young player



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Well done to young Letitia Romanova (age 14), who I've mentioned before here, who took out the second seed very easily.

And 14 year-olds Sophia Christodoulou, and Isabella Walker, who also got wins

As well as Daisy Carpenter (Q) who beat the top seed

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Last week's winner, and finalist, both lost today in R2
Credit to Luke Hoyland who beat (3) Joe Maz.

In the boys, the QFs are:

(1) Ilias v Tom (SUI)
(wc) Jakob Bonnett v Nathan (USA)
(q) Luke Hoyland v (6) Conor Brady
Conor Flynn v (q) Dylan Davies

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The girls is an all GB QF
Amalia Widdowson v Sarah Copley
Maria Ustic v Isabelle Walker
Brooke Black v Jaqui Ogunwale
Tia BJK v Louise Booker

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Our lads have nicely taken care of all foreign interlopers
And the semis are:

Ilias Worthington v Jakob Bonnett
Conor Flynn v Luke Hoyland


the girls semis are:

Sarah Copley v Maria Ustic
Jaqui Ogunwale v Tia Jakupovic-Kljako

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In the doubles semis we have the all GB match of:

Ilias & Seb Harrison v Martino Colabella & Angus Howard

plus

Alfie King & Joe Mazingham v USA/SUI

and

Maria Ustic & Isa Wong v Isa Britton & Bella Loftus

Brooke & Jaquie O v FRA/FRA

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Jakob Bonnett is really having a eureka moment - completely unranked and never having played a single ITF event last week - then made the semis of the J30 Liverpool 1

Today, he's gone one step further (and counting) and made the final, taking out the top seed, in two sets

Boys' Final:

Jakob Bonnett v Conor Flynn

Girls' Final:

Maria Ustic v Jaquelyn Ogunwale



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Jakob has beaten Ilias twice in two weeks. The girls results went to form.

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pallacorda.co.uk/pages/jakob-bonnet

Little article about Jakob.

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Nix wrote:

pallacorda.co.uk/pages/jakob-bonnet

Little article about Jakob.


 Brilliant. Thanks, Nix

I always love it when someone comes out of absolutely nowhere (as in, never played any ITF, nor British Tour, I think) 

When he says he 'hits' four times a week, I wonder if that is just with Kyle Rae, as friends and hitting partners? Or actual training with Mark Taylor? 

But good luck to him, he's born 2005, so not a 'youngster', but great to suddenly hit the ground running  



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