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Other events 2023 - week 23


South Africa, J60

Sophie Bekker (age 14) has made the QFs 

 

Nigeria, J30

Our two 13 year-olds are here again this week - Grace and Alisha, as well as Ava Austerberry  

 

Guetamala, J60

Ollie Hooper lost in R1

 

Congo, J30

Sam Park and Yash Bahalkar are through to the Qfs in singles and to the semis in doubles 

 

 



-- Edited by Coup Droit on Friday 9th of June 2023 07:34:34 PM

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In the most important 'other' tournament this week, the J100 in Poland:

Hannah Rylatt and Kyle McKay lost in R1

Henry Jefferson won, albeit that his opponent retired at the end of set one.

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South Africa, J60

Sophie Bekker (age 14) beat the 4th seed and has made the SFs

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South Africa, J60

Sophie Bekker (age 14) lost her semi, but good week for her


Congo, J30

Sam Park and Yash Bahalkar are won their Qfs and are both into the SFs

Also into the final for doubles


J100 Poland

Henry Jefferson lost in singles but is in the semis for doubles


Nigeria, J30

Grace, Alisha, and Ava Austerberry all won and are into the QFs





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Congo, J30

Sam Park and Yash Bahalkar both won their semis, so will face off in the final, and that's a singles title guaranteed

However, they lost their dubs final


Poland, J100

Henry J lost his doubles semi


Nigeria, J30

Grace and Alisha both won their QFs, while Ava Austerberry lost hers

They are both in the doubles semis too, although not playing together



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one to watch - Lleyton Hewitt's son (text from the ITF)

The first and most obvious thing to say is that Cruz Hewitt is the son of former world No. 1, two-time Grand Slam singles champion and Hall of Famer Lleyton Hewitt. Cruz is not the first player to follow in the footsteps of an illustrious parent here is an article from the Spring 2021 edition of ITFWorld which focuses on tennis players with famous parents.

Why are we talking about Cruz Hewitt? The 14-year-old has just won his second ITF World Tennis Tour Juniors title of the season, and third of his career, at J60 Darwin. In May, Hewitt topped the podium at J30 Christiansted, building on his victory at J30 Lautoka in November 2022. His triumph at J60 Darwin is the biggest title-win of his fledgling career.


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one to watch - Lleyton Hewitt's son (text from the ITF)

The first and most obvious thing to say is that Cruz Hewitt is the son of former world No. 1, two-time Grand Slam singles champion and Hall of Famer Lleyton Hewitt. Cruz is not the first player to follow in the footsteps of an illustrious parent here is an article from the Spring 2021 edition of ITFWorld which focuses on tennis players with famous parents.

Why are we talking about Cruz Hewitt? The 14-year-old has just won his second ITF World Tennis Tour Juniors title of the season, and third of his career, at J60 Darwin. In May, Hewitt topped the podium at J30 Christiansted, building on his victory at J30 Lautoka in November 2022. His triumph at J60 Darwin is the biggest title-win of his fledgling career.


 Thank you, JonH, that is really interesting. The Aussies could do with a few more stars coming through - got to say love the way they play the game, if not some of Nics antics!



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Congo, J30

Sam Park (GBR) def. Yash Bahalkar (GBR)

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Nigeria, J30

Grace Chinwike (GBR) def. Alisha Ndukwu (GBR) 6-3 7-5

Both girls are only 13 so congrats to both of them

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Should be a big rise up the junior rankings for both biggrinbiggrin



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Coup Droit wrote:




Nigeria, J30


Grace Chinwike (GBR) def. Alisha Ndukwu (GBR) 6-3 7-5


Both girls are only 13 so congrats to both of them





Grace also beat Alisha in the dubs final

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