Wednesday, 24/1/2018 | 7:05 UTC+0

Storrie Through; Moore Out at Grade 1 in Croatia

Ryan James Storrie pulled off a magnificent victory over the top seed in the quarter-finals of the ITF Juniors Grade 1 event in Umag, Croatia earlier today to reach the semi-finals, but Ewan Moore wasn’t so lucky against an Italian qualifier.

Luca Prevosto of Italy was over in Portugal at the ITF $10k a couple of weeks ago, where he lost 6-3 6-3 to Robbie Ridout in the final qualifying round at Valle do Lobo. The 17-year-old was too good for Ewan Moore, though, picking up a 6-2 6-4 victory against the Brit, who is bound to rise from his #96 ranking thanks to his run to the quarters here this week.

Moore is due to stay in Croatia for an ITF $10k next week, where he’ll be entering qualifying. We wish Moore all the best as he steps up to the senior tour for a week.

The real story today, though, was Ryan Storrie’s victory. The Brits was up against junior #24 Lukas Klein of Slovakia. Storrie, though, remained unfazed and secured the first set via a tiebreak before racing away with the second, winning 7-6(4) 6-1 and upping his singles points tally for the week to 80.

“What a win for Ryan!” – Mervatron, British Tennis Forums

The Brit has only lost two matches all year, and now faces Samuele Ramazzotti of Italy, ranked below the Brit, for a place in the final. Should the Brit win, he will face either Prevosto or Louis Tessa, who took out Max Stewart in the last 16.


25-year-old University of St Andrews graduate with a rather insane passion for British Tennis. Boston United fan (don't ask). Favourite tennis player: the Brummie bunch - Dan Evans and Lloyd Glasspool.


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

© Copyright 2015 — Britennis. All Rights Reserved