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    Brydan Klein Snaps 8-Match Losing Streak to Reach Ilkley Semis

    Brydan Klein returned to form after injury this week at the ATP Challenger €42.5k in Ilkley this week, reaching the semi-finals as a wildcard and picking up a Wimbledon main draw wildcard as a result. Meanwhile, in the corresponding ITF Futures $50k women’s draw, Sam Murray was again the Brit who got the furthest after a

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    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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  • Sam Murray Sole British Quarter-Finalist in Surbiton

    The final second round matches at the ATP Challenger €42.5k and the corresponding Women’s ITF Futures $50k event in Surbiton, UK have taken place this evening, and only one Brit has survived to the quarter-finals of the event: Sam Murray, who has recently returned to the tour after a lengthy absence, will be the sole

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  • Moore Loses in Eastbourne Final; Wards Beaten in Manc QFs

    British wildcard Tara Moore will be undoubtedly delighted with an exceptional performance at this week’s ITF Futures $50k event in Eastbourne, UK, despite an eventual final defeat to top seed Alison Riske earlier this weekend. Elsewhere, in Manchester, both James Ward and Alex Ward fell at the quarter-final stage. Congrats to @Riske4rewards for a great

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  • Moore Reaches Eastbourne Final; Wards in Manchester Quarters

    A quite unexpected and phenomenal run through the draw of the ITF Futures $50k in Eastbourne, UK has seen wildcard Tara Moore upset the odds and take out three highly seeded (and ranked) players to reach the final of the event. Meanwhile, in Manchester, both Alex and James Ward are the surprise British survivors in the

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  • Wildcards Whybourn, Moore, Dunne Win in Eastbourne

    There were no British qualifiers for the ITF Futures $50k event in Eastbourne, UK this weekend, but this disappointment was more than accounted for in the first round proper, where wildcards Lisa Whybourn, Katy Dunne and Tara Moore pulled of some of their best results of the year to progress to the second round. Absolutely

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  • Webley-Smith, Moore, Njoze Out of Qualifying at $75k and $50ks

    Emily Webley-Smith was unable to find a victory to set her on her way to qualification for the ITF Futures $75k + H in Gifu, Japan yesterday afternoon after a 6-1 7-6(5) defeat to Yuki Chiang of the United States ended her week in Japan at the earliest possible moment. Meanwhile, Tara Moore withdrew without

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  • Ward and Moore Stumble at $50ks in the United States

    James Ward and Tara Moore both fell in their respective $50k events in the United States yesterday, as Ward was pegged back from a set up to go down in three against Frenchman Quentin Halys, while Moore failed to pick up a single game before retiring five games into her last-16 encounter. Combination of wet

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  • Ward and Moore Through at $50ks in the States

    James Ward and Tara Moore were both victorious on a successful day for British tennis at the so-called second tier of competition, with Ward securing back-to-back victories for the first time since last October and Moore benefitting from a retirement in her first round clash. Tallahassee Challenger R2: @JamesWardtennis beats Calvin Hemery FRA WR 223 (CH 199

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  • Tara Moore Qualifies for $50k in Charlottesville, US

    One Brit who continues to plug away at ITF Futures $50k level is Tara Moore, and a straight sets final qualifying round victory earlier today over in Charlottesville, United States capped a decent run to the main draw for the British 23-year-old. However, the Brit is still yet to win a $50k main draw match

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