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  • KontaIW
    Konta Makes Eastbourne Semis Before Pliskova Defeat

    Johanna Konta completed the perfect week of preparation for Wimbledon by reaching the semi-finals of the WTA Premier event in Eastbourne, UK, securing some hugely impressive victories, including against two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova, before eventually losing out to Karolina Pliskova in the semi-finals. Great win @JoKonta91 beating 2 time Wimbledon champion https://t.co/Y0HXrnifKJ — Greg

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  • Week 25 Jrs: Budin Makes Grade 5 Semis in Denmark

    Maria Budin secured the best junior result in a quiet week for our British juniors ahead of two large grass court events just around the corner: the Brit made the semi-finals of a very strong ITF Juniors Grade 5 event in Aarhus before losing out to Lilly Elida Haseth, the 12th seed and eventual finalist, 0-6 6-4

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  • Norrie
    Week 25 ITFs: Cam Norrie Wins First ITF Title of 2016 in Tulsa

    Texas Christian University Sophomore Cameron Norrie picked up his first ITF Futures title of the year this week at the $25k in Tulsa, Oklahoma in only his third international competition of the year, further proving that the Brit’s progress at collegiate level is preparing him exceptionally well for a future on the pro tour. Norrie

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  • WillisClay
    Marcus Willis Secures Staggering Qualification for Wimbledon

    British world #775 Marcus Willis was the only Brit to make it out of qualifying for the grass court Grand Slam, Wimbledon, as he put together a quite remarkable run which involved victories over a top 100 player, a hotly-tipped Russian starlet, and a player who has already beaten Liam Broady this year and performed

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  • BritWatch Week 26: 27th June – 4th July 2016

    BritWatch is our regular Friday piece introducing where each of our British players is playing in the upcoming week, whether it be on the ATP/WTA tours, the ITF Futures circuit, or further down at national, junior and collegiate level. Week 26 – 27th June – 4th July 2016 Here we go then. 15 Men and

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  • itf2
    Week 25 ITFs: Praditngam On Verge of ATP Ranking

    There’s been a decent amount of point collecting for our lower-ranked Brits this week at varying ITF events across the globe, with perhaps most interestingly Jamie Praditngam being on the verge of being ATP ranked for the first time in his career after successfully qualifying for the ITF Futures $10k event in Belgium alongside Mason

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  • DanEvans
    Evans and Konta Reach Last 16 in Nottingham and Eastbourne

    Dan Evans and Johanna Konta are the sole Brits remaining at their respective elite-level UK grass court events this week, after both players won their two opening round matches in Nottingham and Eastbourne to finally kick-start their grass court seasons just in time for Wimbledon next week. Johanna Konta & Dan Evans both play for

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  • Marcus Willis (GBR) in action during the Aegon Trophy at Nottingham Tennis Centre.

Photographer: Chris Vaughan
Date: Sunday, June 1, 2014
    Willis, Cox, Whybourn, Lumsden Win Wimbledon WC Playoffs

    Marcus Willis, Daniel Cox, Lisa Whybourn and Maia Lumsden have all received wildcards for the upcoming Wimbledon qualifying event next week after winning the Wimbledon wildcard playoffs organised by the LTA this week ahead of several disappointed fellow Brits. Great to see 2 members of the DH Tennis family reach Wimbledon Qualifying @DanCox90 @Willbomb90 #coachingteam #claimingwehelped

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  • KleinAEGON
    Brydan Klein Snaps 8-Match Losing Streak to Reach Ilkley Semis

    Brydan Klein returned to form after injury this week at the ATP Challenger €42.5k in Ilkley this week, reaching the semi-finals as a wildcard and picking up a Wimbledon main draw wildcard as a result. Meanwhile, in the corresponding ITF Futures $50k women’s draw, Sam Murray was again the Brit who got the furthest after a

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  • Week 24 Jrs: Maria Budin Makes Grade 4 Semis in Denmark

    Maria Budin was the most successful Brit in Junior action this week as several of our top juniors continue to gain wildcards to senior events and try their luck in the big league. Budin was entered alongside several other Brits at the ITF Juniors Grade 4 event in Odense, Denmark, and reached the semi-finals as

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