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wales1994 wrote:

Hannah wins 6-2 6-2


 Nice and comfortable smile



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JonH comes home wrote:

Mimi takes the opening set in a tie breaker. Interesting match up - Jones is seeded 12, but Mimi has gone two places ahead of her in todays rankings. 7-6 feels like a reflection of how close they actually are to each other.


 Mimi drops the second set 2-6 with a bucket load of UEs 



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Mimi breaks at the start of the decider: 7-6(4) 2-6 1*-0

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In doubles Henry faces Nandal again, while Mika will know her partner from World Juniors last year (where she double bagelled Hannah K). Henry+ and Mimi/Hannah are due on court for doubles later

Boys Doubles R1 (L32)

Marinkov/Nandal (AUS/IND) v (3) Berkieta/Searle (POL/GBR)
Fillip/Hrazdil (CZE) v Bonding / Melero Kretzer (GBR/ESP)

Girls Doubles R1 (L32)

Perelygina/Sartz-Lunde (***/NOR) v Klugman/Xu
(3) Oktiabreva/Perez Alarcon (***/PER) v Lam/Stojsavljevic (USA/GBR)


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Mimi raced through the third set and meets a highly rated wildcard next. Hannah's R2 has yet to be decided, while Mika plays her round 2 later today

Boys R2

(WC) Trever Svajda (USA) v (4) Henry Searle

Girls R1 (L64)

(WC) Valerie Glozman (USA) d. Ella McDonald 6-1 4-1 rtd
(Q) Mika Stojsavljevic d. Wakana Sonobe (IPN) 0-6 6-4 6-4
Hannah Klugman v (WC) Kristina Penickova (USA) 6-2 6-2
Mingge Xu d. (12) Emerson Jones (AUS) 7-6(4) 2-6 6-1

R2

(Q) Mika Stojsavljevic v (7) Kaitlin Quevedo (USA)
TBD v Hannah Klugman
(WC) Aspen Schuman (USA) v Mingge Xu

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DavidC wrote:

Mimi raced through the third set and meets a highly rated wildcard next. Hannah's R2 has yet to be decided, while Mika plays her round 2 later today

Boys R2

(WC) Trever Svajda (USA) v (4) Henry Searle

Girls R1 (L64)

(WC) Valerie Glozman (USA) d. Ella McDonald 6-1 4-1 rtd
(Q) Mika Stojsavljevic d. Wakana Sonobe (IPN) 0-6 6-4 6-4
Hannah Klugman v (WC) Kristina Penickova (USA) 6-2 6-2
Mingge Xu d. (12) Emerson Jones (AUS) 7-6(4) 2-6 6-1

R2

(Q) Mika Stojsavljevic v (7) Kaitlin Quevedo (USA)
TBD v Hannah Klugman
(WC) Aspen Schuman (USA) v Mingge Xu


 Kostovic is 5-2 up final set and looks like being Hannahs opponent 



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JonH comes home wrote:
DavidC wrote:

Mimi raced through the third set and meets a highly rated wildcard next. Hannah's R2 has yet to be decided, while Mika plays her round 2 later today

Boys R2

(WC) Trever Svajda (USA) v (4) Henry Searle

Girls R1 (L64)

(WC) Valerie Glozman (USA) d. Ella McDonald 6-1 4-1 rtd
(Q) Mika Stojsavljevic d. Wakana Sonobe (IPN) 0-6 6-4 6-4
Hannah Klugman v (WC) Kristina Penickova (USA) 6-2 6-2
Mingge Xu d. (12) Emerson Jones (AUS) 7-6(4) 2-6 6-1

R2

(Q) Mika Stojsavljevic v (7) Kaitlin Quevedo (USA)
TBD v Hannah Klugman
(WC) Aspen Schuman (USA) v Mingge Xu


 Kostovic is 5-2 up final set and looks like being Hannahs opponent 


 And on cue Kostovic wins.  She has a very good record on clay, but rarely plays on hard.

R2

(Q) Mika Stojsavljevic v (7) Kaitlin Quevedo (USA)
(14) Teodora Kostovic (SRB) v Hannah Klugman
(WC) Aspen Schuman (USA) v Mingge Xu



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Hannah/Mimi waltz into round 2. Mika should start her singles in about 30 minutes.

Girls Doubles R1 (L32)

Klugman/Xu d. Perelygina/Sartz-Lunde (***/NOR) 6-1 6-1


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Poor Emerson Jones must be fed up with playing GB 14 & 15 year olds. Since the beginning of July: GB15&U 4 Emerson Jones 1

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Mika storming back after losing the opener, 5-0 up in the second set and could still break again to head to a decider

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Densher wrote:

Mika storming back after losing the opener, 5-0 up in the second set and could still break again to head to a decider


 Uh-oh, Quevedo finally converts a game point for 5-1 and immediately breaks Mika for 5-2. On deuce in her next service game but does hold to make it 5-3.

Unfortunately, I can't get a stream, legally or illegally, and can only follow the score. If Mika does serve it out, I wouldn't be surprised if she takes a tactical toilet break, assuming the weather is as oppressive today as it was yesterday.

EDIT: She does hold for 6-3



-- Edited by Densher on Monday 4th of September 2023 10:23:43 PM

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Not to be for Mika, who hit 28 winners today but did make a few more errors than her opponent. Quevedo took it 6-3 in the third.

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Pity for Mika but overall very well done here. Still very young, she does seem to be on a good path.

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Henry Searle and partner won their first doubles match, in two

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indiana wrote:

Pity for Mika but overall very well done here. Still very young, she does seem to be on a good path.


 Yes. Definitely shown she's not out of place at this level. 



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