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  • Weekend Juniors: Storrie Wins in Grade A First Round in Italy

    Ryan Storrie was the only Brit to not lose during the weekend and Monday’s ITF Junior matches across all levels, managing to secure a tough three-set victory at the Grade A event in Italy. Alexis Canter, Alastair Gray and Ewan Moore all exited early, while several Brits also fell at Grade 4 level along the way.

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  • Week 18 Juniors: As It Happens Commentary

    In a new form of report, we’re attempting to make our coverage of the junior circuit a little livelier and more interactive by bringing you things as-they-happen throughout the week. Keep this page bookmarked for all the junior goings-on in Week 18, 9th-16th May. Summary: Green indicates player is still in contention. Red indicates the

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  • Friday Juniors: Burrage Reaches Grade 1 Final in Morocco

    British 16-year-old Jodie Burrage is on the verge of a second ITF Junior title in as many weeks after reaching the final of the Grade 1 event in Casablanca, Morocco this week with two victories today. Well done @jodieburrage, into the final of G1 in Morocco. Good luck tomorrow! 👍@VirginActiveUK @WilsonTennisUK — JuniorTennisCoaching (@JTC_Tennis) May

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  • Thursday Juniors: Axon, Burrage, Bass, Gray in Grade 1 QFs

    Britain has four Junior players in the quarter-finals of this week’s ITF Juniors Grade 1 event in Casablanca, Morocco after Jodie Burrage, Georgina Axon, Finn Bass and Alastair Gray all picked up last 16 victories earlier today. The event, which had seven British seeds in the first round, has gradually whittled these Brits down to

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  • Weekend Juniors: Burrage Wins Grade 2 Title in Italy

    The culmination of two separate Grade 2 events in Italy and Romania this weekend saw two British semi-finalists and one British champion as Jodie Burrage collected her second Grade 2 title of the year without dropping a set. Congratulations to @jodieburrage of @JTC_Tennis on winning the @ITF_Tennis Junior G2 in Italy. Really strong effort. —

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  • Friday Juniors: Gray and Canter Join Burrage in Grade 2 Semis

    We have three ITF Juniors Grade 2 semi-finalists this week as Alastair Gray and Alexis Canter both won their respective quarter-final matches to join Jodie Anna Burrage in this week’s semi-finals. Canter, the top seed at the Grade 2 event in Romania, came past rising Romanian star Daniel Cozma 6-4 2-6 6-2 to pick up

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  • Thursday Juniors: Canter, Gray and Burrage All Progress at G2s

    Alexis Canter, Alastair Gray and Jodie Anna Burrage all progressed to the next round of their respective ITF Futures Grade 2 events earlier today, while the last remaining Brit at the Grade 4 event in Israel, Barnaby Smith, was defeated. Canter is taking part in the Grade 2 event in Medias, Romania this week, and

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  • Wednesday Juniors: Burrage Through to Grade 2 Quarters

    It’s a quiet week in general for Brits at ITF Juniors events, but Wednesday got a little busier, with several events heading towards the quarter-final stage and many Brits still left in contention after the first couple of days of main draw action. At Grade 2 level, we have Brits competing in Italy and Romania,

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  • Richardson Claims Nottingham Grade 4 Title; Matusevich Beaten

    It was half a good day for Brits in the singles finals of the ITF Juniors Grade 4 event, with top seed Eden Richardson claiming her first ITF Junior title of the year and 14-year-old Anton Matusevich just running out of steam to miss out on his maiden ITF title. #grantee @RichardsonEden scores the win in

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  • Richardson and Matusevich in Grade 4 Finals in Notts

    There will be no repeat champions this week at the ITF Juniors Grade 4 event in Nottingham this week, as top seed Aidan McHugh joined fellow last week’s champion Nell Miller in the exit pile, while the Girls’ and Boys’ finals have a Brit apiece in Eden Richardson and Anton Matusevich. Eden Richardson of @TeamBathTennis

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