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  • Ben Draper Claims British Tour Title in Wimbledon

    17-year-old Ben Draper claimed the Tier 2 AEGON British Tour title in Wimbledon this week after a very impressive 6-2 6-4 victory over second seed and ATP-ranked Robert Carter in Saturday’s final. Meanwhile, in the women’s draw, Japanese national Lily Miyasaki, the top seed, picked up the title, defeating Charlotte Pierce in the final. Men

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  • Brits of the Week: Week 16

    Our weekly feature, Brits of the Week, assesses the three most impactful British players from the week just gone, in the opinion of our correspondent Sam Barker. You know what, after such a busy week of success, let’s hear less of my useless, introductory ramblings and get straight into the nitty-gritty of which Brits shone

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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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  • Nottingham Grade 4 Quarter-Finals Set

    The first three rounds of the second week of the ITF Juniors Grade 4 event in Nottingham are done and dusted, and while last week’s champion Aidan McHugh is still in with a chance of victory this week, Nell Miller’s 19-match winning streak came to an end in the third round earlier today. Boys The

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  • Nike Junior International Nottingham Quarter-Finals Set

    With the Grade 4 Nike Junior International in Nottingham in full swing this week, and the semi-finals taking place today, it’s time to take a look and see how our predictions are doing in comparison to the real thing, and which Brits look like they’re heading into the final. Boys First Quarter Predicted Quarter-Final: [1]

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  • Nike Junior International Nottingham Grade 4: Preview

    Well then. This week sees the first of two consecutive ITF Grade 4 competitions taking place in Nottingham, and now that qualifying is over and the main draw has been revealed, it’s time to preview the competition, using Universal Tennis Ratings to predict who might end up being the quarter-finalists this week. Boys A whopping

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  • Five Brits in Oslo Grade 4 Quarter-Finals

    In a stunning day in Oslo, Norway, five out of five Brits won their last 16 matches to prgress to the quarter-finals of the ITF Juniors Grade 4 event, with the highlight of the quarter-final draw seeing 2001-born Brits Anton Matusevich and Jack Draper face each other in an ITF event for the first time.

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  • Rankings Round-Up: 24th February 2016

    Our Rankings Round-Up is our weekly Wednesday piece in which we discuss the rises and falls in the weekly ATP, WTA, ITF, ITA, LTA and Tennis Europe rankings. New GB ATP singles career highs are led by GB no. 3 @kyle8edmund, up 2 at 82, and GB no. 10 Lloyd Glasspool, up 20 at 440

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  • Young Brits Surge Through at Oslo Grade 4

    Five out of five Brits secured places in the last 16 of the ITF Juniors Grade 4 event in Oslo, Norway this week, an impressive 100% record that involved dispatching of two seeds by two of our youngest and brightest prospects. Well done to Ryan Gaskin who beats 6th seeded Patrick Kristensen in Norway G4

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