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Post Info TOPIC: Other events, 2023 - week 22


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Other events, 2023 - week 22


Uganda, J30:

14 year-old Meela Patel got a win in R1

In the boys, Jesse clarkson beat the 7th seed

But Rio Hanif and Chide Ike Okot lost in R1 

Rio & Jesse beat the second seeds in dubs though. And Chide+ won too.

 

South Africa, J60:

Sophie Bekker won in R1

 

Moldova, J30

Mark Ceban beat the 7th seed in R1

 

Australia, J30:

Wambui Taylor lost in R1

But got a win in doubles, as did Maria Nicol 

 

Cyprus, J30:

Charlie Ruffell won in R1

Two others still to play 



-- Edited by Coup Droit on Wednesday 31st of May 2023 09:35:11 AM

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Uganda, J30:


14 year-old Meela Patel lost in R2 to the second seed, but with a tight score

In the boys, Jesse Clarkson (2008) won easily and is into the QFs
He's also into the semis in dubs with Rio


Moldova, J30

Mark Ceban won easily in R2


South Africa, J60:

Sophie Bekker lost in R2


Turkey, J60

After BYES in R1, Issah Ali and Taymur Mohammad both won their R2s

Ad did Annabel Hristova, second seed, in the girls

Harry Redfern won in R1 but lost in R2



-- Edited by Coup Droit on Thursday 1st of June 2023 02:02:38 PM

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Uganda, J30:

Jesse Clarkson (2008) beat the top seed in the QFs


Poland, J60

Athina Schlepphorst lost in R1



Nigeria, J30:

Jubril Andu won in R1

Three girls have R1 BYEs

(I note that Grace Chinwike was in Ghana, then the following week in Wrexham, and then the week after in Nigeria - those air miles are clocking up, I hope the family are planting a few trees.....)


No interest left in Cyprus, J30


El Salvador, J60

Max Castle won in R1





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Turkey, J60

Issah Ali lost but Taymur Mohammad won and is into the QFs

Annabel Hristova, second seed, also won and is into the QFs


Uganda, J30:

Jesse Clarkson (2008) has won his semi and is into the final


El Salvador, J60

Max Castle won in R2


Moldova, J30

Mark Ceban lost



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Mark still has the doubles final to look forward to at least. His vanquisher in the singles, Darderi, was the player he beat in the semi-final last week. He should take some encouragement from taking a set off him this week as Darderi has otherwise coasted into the final with very lopsided victories.

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There is an important domestic tournament taking place this week - the under14 Grass Court nationals. The significance is that the finalists will all win a place in the Wimbledon U14 Invitational event, which debuted last year. Mark Ceban (see above) is missing, but has entered the Tennis Europe Roehampton U14 Cat 1 event in 2 weeks time, which is also a qualifier for Wimbledon.

Boys SF

(1) Rhys Lawlor v (3) Pavana Nrshinga
Daniel Joita v (2) Leo Wright

Girls SF

(1) Hollie Smart v (8) Lara Savic
(7) Daniella Britton v (2) Edie Griffiths



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Brilliant - had completely forgotten about this

Hope Megan is OK - she's two years younger than this lot and I see she had to retire after her first round win

Never heard of Lara Savic.....

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Nigeria, J30:

Jubril Andu lost in R2

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

Ava Austerberry lost.


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In the U14 National Grasscourt Championships the top seeds all booked their place at Wimbledon without dropping a set today (Leo was taken to 3 sets by Harry Cornhill in an earlier round)

Boys SF

(1) Rhys Lawlor d. (3) Pavana Nrshinga 6-0 6-1
(2) Leo Wright d. Daniel Joita 6-1 6-2

Girls SF

(1) Hollie Smart d. (8) Lara Savic 6-4 6-1
(2) Edie Griffiths d. (7) Daniella Britton 6-4 7-6(5)


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Nigeria, J30:

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

Grace is also in the dubs final (whereas Alisha and Ava lost 9-11 in the MTB in their semi)


Moldova, J30:

Mark Ceban lost his doubles final


All over in El Salavador, J60


Turkey, J60:

Taymur lost his singles QF but is into the dubs SF

Annabel Hristova also lost her QF


Uganda, J30:

Jesse Clarkson (2008) lost his final, 4-6 7-5 6-4




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We might need a Junior title this week pray.gif



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DavidC wrote:

In the U14 National Grasscourt Championships the top seeds all booked their place at Wimbledon without dropping a set today (Leo was taken to 3 sets by Harry Cornhill in an earlier round)

Boys SF

(1) Rhys Lawlor d. (3) Pavana Nrshinga 6-0 6-1
(2) Leo Wright d. Daniel Joita 6-1 6-2

Girls SF

(1) Hollie Smart d. (8) Lara Savic 6-4 6-1
(2) Edie Griffiths d. (7) Daniella Britton 6-4 7-6(5)


 Boys Final

(1) Rhys Lawlor def (2) Leo Wright  6-4 6-4



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A huge tussle and a 'surprise' win:

Girls Final:

(2) Edie Griffiths def. (1) Hollie Smart 4-6 6-2 7-6(6)



-- Edited by Coup Droit on Saturday 3rd of June 2023 01:07:16 PM

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Nigeria, J30:

Both (2) Grace Chinwike and (1) Alisha Ndukwu their semis and will play off in the final (for the second time), giving us a guaranteed GB winner

Grace+ just got pipped in thier dubs final, 8-10 in the MTB

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Nigeria, J30:

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

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