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  • Double Trouble: Round-Up of Weeks 20 and 21

    Week 20 The Winners It was a third doubles final of the year for Amanda Carreras and her regular Italian partner Alice Savoretti. The unseeded pair have played superbly in patches, but put together a breathless week of play to take their first 25K title as a pair. Great to see success this week for

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  • Double Trouble: Round-up of Weeks 18 and 19

    The British doubles dry spell is well and truly over as another three trophies were collected over the last fortnight. Week 18 The Winners Luke Bambridge collected his second title of 2016 alongside new partner Farris Fathi Gosea as they found success down in Mexico. The third seeds romped through the field, facing fourth seeds

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  • Double Trouble: Week 17 Doubles Round-Up

    It may have been one of the busier weeks on the ATP Tour but it was the women who stole the show with a hat-trick of victories to record our first triple title winning week since the feature’s birth. The Winners Fresh on the comeback path, Samantha Murray and her partner Despina Papamichail were the

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  • Double Trouble: Week 16 Doubles Round-Up

    For the first time since this feature began, two Brits boarded their return flights with an extra piece of hand luggage. Both titles may have come in $10K tournaments, but my word were they delivered in contrasting fashion. The Winners Over in Greece, where British success has been an ongoing occurrence, Freya Christie lived up

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  • Double Trouble: Week 13 Doubles Round-Up

    This week, Jamie Murray officially became the World Number One. But our focus was elsewhere with some great results to cheer about. Yessaa! Got the win in Croissy this week! Thank you @MizunoTennisEU for these bad boys trainers! #bigfoot #mizuno 💪🏾 pic.twitter.com/7f9A6oGrsX — Jocelyn Rae (@JossRae91) April 2, 2016 Good dubs point from the final

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  • Double Trouble: Week 12 Doubles Round-Up

    Last week we were on the cusp of something truly spectacular. This week, it happened. The Record Breaker No.1 is No.1 No.2 is No.2@ATPWorldTour Think il have a fizz. pic.twitter.com/ufWar9hi7i — judy murray (@judmoo) March 27, 2016 He may have failed to record a victory this week but quite frankly he is unlikely to care

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  • Double Trouble: Doubles Round-Up: Week 11

    It’s funny how tennis works. I was only two points away from writing about one of the best British doubles stories for decades. Instead I probably have our drabbest week of the year so far. The So-Close-But-So-Far James Cerretani / Max Schnur vs Daniel Evans / Lloyd Glasspool Drummonville Challenger Match Point https://t.co/A3rK3oYnWg — Your

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  • Double Trouble: Week 10 Doubles Round-Up

    Since this feature began we have been lucky enough to have at least one title every single week. As the old expression goes, all good things must come to an end. Unfortunately there was nothing to add to the British trophy cabinet this week, but let’s have a look at how they got on anyway:

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  • Double Trouble: Week 9 Doubles Round-Up

    With a weekend of classic Davis Cup action been and gone, of course there was doubles action at the very forefront of British Tennis fans’ minds as Andy and Jamie Murray teamed up to defeat the Japanese in Birmingham. But there was more than just Davis Cup doubles action this week: The Winners Very happy to

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  • Double Trouble: Week 8 Doubles Round-Up

    It was one of the quieter weeks on the tour as many of the futures players decided to have a rest after the string of British tournaments. For some though, this week has proved a marvellous opportunity to continue putting together some excellent form, and a few players will wish February had more than just one

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