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  • Murray Claims Record Fifth Title at Queen’s

    Andy Murray came past two Brits and an ever-improving Milos Raonic to clinch the title at the ATP 500 event at the Queen’s Club this week, putting the cherry on top of a very impressive week with a comeback victory over the Canadian world #9 in the final to win his record fifth title at

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    Week 24 ITFs: Gosea Falls in US Quarter-Finals in Buffalo

    Farris Gosea was the player who reached the furthest at this week’s ITFs after a relatively successful run to the quarter-finals of the ITF Futures $10k event in Buffalo, NY. The Brit was the only player left standing as of our previous update, and secured a second round victory before falling to Dane Mikael Torpegaard in

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  • BritWatch Week 25: 20th – 27th June 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 25 – 20th – 27th June 2016 It’s here. Wimbledon. Okay, not the main event,

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  • Murray and Edmund to Meet in Queen’s Quarter-Finals

    Andy Murray will face his second British opponent in succession after disposing of Aljaz Bedene in the second round of the Queen’s Club ATP 500 event earlier today. He will now face British Number Three Kyle Edmund, who defeated eighth seed Gilles Simon in the first round before being granted a walkover by Paul-Henri Mathieu

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  • Tennis Europe Round-Up: Weeks 21-23

    To flesh out our coverage of Tennis Europe events at U16, U14 and U12 level, we’re producing a new fortnightly feature each Monday, which summarises the young Brits in action across Europe at Category 1, 2 & 3 events. Another bumper, three-week edition for you this week.  Week 21 U16 Just one Brit in action

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  • Week 23 Jrs: Max Stewart Makes Grade 2 Semis in Poland

    In a very quiet week of junior action across the board, only four Brits found themselves in action, sith three taking part in the ITF Junior Grade 2 event in Bytom, Poland. Two of them, Jeremy Gschwendtner and Camille Verden Anderson, made it to the final round of qualifying before finding themselves on the wrong end

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  • Moore’s Valiant Run in Notts End in Quarter-Finals

    Tara Moore’s magnificent run to the quarter-finals of the WTA International in Nottingham this week ended on Friday after a straight sets defeat to Saisai Zheng of China, but the Brit will still be exceptionally proud at being the last Brit standing in a field containing the likes of Konta, Watson, Broady and Robson. Congrats

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  • Sam Murray
    Sam Murray Beaten by Oudin in Surbiton Quarter-Finals

    The last remaining Brit in action at the ITF Futures $50k in Surbiton, UK this week, Sam Murray, was beaten in the quarter-finals on Friday by former top 40 player Melanie Oudin of the United States to end British interest at the event slightly earlier than many had hoped. Encouraging week @SurbitonRFC. It's great to

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    Week 23 ITFs: Njoze Reaches $10k Semi-Final in Turkey

    Mirabelle Njoze was the top performer at ITF level this week, after the sixth seed reached the semi-finals of the ITF Futures $10k event in Antalya, Turkey, in a tournament that was relatively successful for several of the Brits involved. Antalya 10K SF: A good week for 6th seed Mirabelle Njoze too but 2nd seed

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