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Post Info TOPIC: Other events, 2023 - week 22


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RE: Other events, 2023 - week 22


Coup Droit wrote:

Nigeria, J30:

Jubril Andu lost in R2

Both (2) Grace Chinwike and (1) Alisha Ndukwu won and are into the QFs.

Ava Austerberry lost.


Anyone know if Jubril is a brother of Mukhtar who I think at one point 4 years ago or so was the youngest person with a ATP ranking.



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Coup Droit wrote:



Nigeria, J30:

(2) Grace Chinwike def. (1) Alisha Ndukwu 6-2 6-2


 Brilliant - might have something from Edinburgh - but little else.



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Also, another    as a late addition.

From the ITF site ...

J60 Turkey Boy's Doubles Final

Taymur Muhammad (GBR), aged 17 & Onder Balci (TUR) beat Yuan Lu (CHN) & Sevastian Tasenkov (***) by 6-3 6-2



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Knew I could count on you, Indy, to russle up another winner from somewhere

Sorry, Taymur !!!!



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I don't think Jesse Clarkson & Rio Hanif winning the doubles in J30 Kampala has been noted either.

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Oh, for pity's sake !

Flippin' ridiculous..... 

I knew these players were playing too...... disbelief

Thanks, Lambda

BUT..... looking on the bright side 

 

congrats to them !!!

And here's a few more, to put in store, just in case needed smilehmm 

 



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Ha, my trawl failed this time to find all our winners. 

I blame the ITF site for only showing Uganda as a June tournament whereas I had gone through the end of May list. 

 



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www.youtube.com/watch

There's a Nigerian TV news slot about the tennis, which has interviews with both of our girls

(think it's post this week's event out of the Nigerian three, but it doesn't really matter)

(I note they don't spell the girls' surnames in quite the same way)

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