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  • Kyle Edmund Handed Kind Draw in Qatar

    Kyle Edmund is seeded third in qualifying at the ATP 250 Qatar ExxonMobil Open in Doha this week, and has been drawn against Italian Andrea Arnaboldi in the first round, with only Moldovan eighth seed Radu Albot of any major concern in his section of the draw. The pair have never met but Kyle is

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  • Broady, Milton in Bangkok Qualifying

    The Chang-Sat Bangkok Open Men’s Singles (ATP Challenger) qualifying draw was released earlier today, and while Liam Broady is seeded after several withdrawals, Joshua Milton has also snuck into qualifying under the radar. Broady faces Russian Daniil Medvedev in the first round of three required to qualify, while Milton has been handed a tough game

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  • Ward Gets Tricky Draw in Chennai Qualifying

    James Ward will probably have to overcome home favourite Somdev Devvarman if he’s to qualify for the main draw of the ATP 250 Chennai Open in India this week, with three Indians and himself making up his section of the qualifying draw. While the draw could have been trickier on paper, Ward must be wary

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  • British Tour Loughborough Qualifying Draws Released

    The Qualifying Draw for the AEGON British Tour Premier Tier event in Loughborough has been revealed, with several recognisable names all fighting it out for a place in the Main Draw. In the Men’s section, 48 players will become eight qualifiers, while all of the 16 seeded players have byes into the second round of

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  • Broady Handed Tough Q Draw in Auckland

    The fireworks have barely stopped delighting people all around the world, but the WTA season has already kicked off with a bang, with first round qualifying already well under way in Brisbane, and in Auckland, Naomi Broady has found out what she will have to do to make it through to the main draw at

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  • Ward-Hibbert and Holtum Claim Graves Titles

    Yesterday afternoon saw the conclusion of the first British Tour event of the new season: a Tier 2 event in Graves, Sheffield, played indoors (probably for the best) on hard courts. Top seed Joshua Ward-Hibbert triumphed in the Men’s Singles while 2nd seed Louise Holtum took the title in the Women’s Singles to kick-off their

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  • BritWatch: Week 1 – 4th-11th January 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 1 – 4th-11th January 2016 The first week of the 2016 calendar sees several Brits aiming

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  • Five Top Noughties Juniors You’ve Never Heard Of

    The likes of Kyle Edmund, Laura Robson and the Broady siblings have perforated the edges of our tennis lives in recent years, with all of them having been born in the mid-to-late nineties and enjoyed successful Junior careers. But another generation of tennis juniors is on the rise: we look at a few of the

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  • Brits Play for ATP Wildcards in December

    It may only be January 1st, but two of our Brits already sprung into action in the new season before the clock struck twelve last night. Cameron Norrie, in his native New Zealand, and Joe Salisbury in Memphis, from where he graduated in the summer of 2014, were not only taking the chance to warm up

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