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Britennis
  • Three Progress at G3 in Chandigarh

    Three out of five Brits progressed to the quarter-finals at the ITF Junior G3 event in Chandigarh, India yesterday, with top seed Finn Bass, qualifier Louis Newman and fourth seed Jodie Anna Burrage all marching onwards with straight sets victories. Top seed in the Boys Finn Bass had a tough match against Korean Seon Yong

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  • Three out of Three for Britain in Slovakia G2

    Ben Draper, Ewan Moore and Lauryn John-Baptiste joined Ryan Storrie in the last 16 of the ITF Junior G2 event in Slovakia today in a good day for British Juniors.  219th-ranked Girl Lauryn John-Baptiste breezed through relatively easily against her Romanian opponent, Iulia Maria Ivascu, moving her to a 10-2 record in her last 12

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  • Appleton Canters Through to Last 16 at Coffee Bowl

    Unseeded Brit Emily Appleton took out Colombian third seed Emiliana Arango in the last-32 of the ITF Juniors G1 Coffee Bowl in Costa Rica yesterday after a 6-3 6-4 victory, but compatriot Alexis Canter was on the wrong end of a shock, the British 7th seed dumped out 7-6(5) 6-4 by France’s Jaimee Floyd Angel.

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  • Storrie Through; Lazic, Hammond Out in Slovakia G2

    Ryan James Storrie came through a three-set test against Belgium’s Charles Tzicas to reach the last-16 at the ITF Junior event in Senec, Slovakia yesterday, but fellow Brits Ema Lazic and Luke Hammond narrowly missed out. 11th seed Storrie (UTR 13.76) was made to work a little harder than he would have anticipated against the

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  • Maloney Extends Winning Streak in Sweden

    Fifth seed Eliz Maloney continued her march to the quarter-final at the ITF Junior SALK Open in Stockholm, Sweden today, extending her winning streak to 12 after beating France’s Juliette Talieu 3-6 6-3 6-4. Max Benaim fell to Swedish third seed David Norfeldt in straight sets, 6-1 6-2. Eliz Maloney battled through a potential banana-skin

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  • Two Through at G1 Coffee Bowl in Costa Rica

    Alexis Canter snapped a 4-match losing streak to claim a first round victory at the ITF Juniors G1 Coffee Bowl in Costa Rica yesterday after a 6-0 7-6(4) victory over American Sebastian Mermersky, while Emily Appleton joined him in the second round after a 6-1 6-3 victory over Jada Robinson. It was only Alastair Gray,

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  • Benaim, Maloney Safely Through at G4 in Sweden

    Fifth seed Eliz Maloney and Max Benaim both went safely through to the second round of the ITF Juniors G4 SALK Open in Stockholm earlier today, while Jake Hersey was subject to a rather surprising 6-0 6-0 defeat at the hands of Swede Anton Ornberg. Jake, ranked almost 500 places ahead of Ornberg and with

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  • Draper, Hammond Join Four at Slovakia G2

    Ben Draper and Luke Hammond won their first round matches to join four other Brits in last-32 action at the ITF Junior G2 23rd Slovak Junior Indoor in Senec, Slovakia, joining Ryan Storrie, Ewan Moore, Ema Lazic and Lauryn John-Baptiste. Draper and Hammond, unseeded, had to win one match apiece to make the last-32, while

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  • Five Through; Three Out at G3 Chandigarh

    Top seed Finn Bass avoided a potential banana-skin first round defeat against home hope Digvijaypratap Singh at the ITF Junior G3 event in Chandigarh, India, coming through a marathon 3-set match and joining four other Brits in the second round. Bass fought back after losing the first set against the Indian qualifier, winning a final

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  • Brits Face Trio of Americans at Costa Rica Coffee Bowl

    Three British Juniors are involved at the highest profile ITF Junior event this week, the G1 52nd Coffee Bowl in Costa Rica, with Alexis Canter and Alastair Gray in the Boys’ Singles and Emily Appleton in the Girls’ Singles. Appleton, ranked 303rd in the world, has a decent opportunity to win her first ever U18

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