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  • Marcus Willis (GBR) in action during the Aegon Trophy at Nottingham Tennis Centre.

Photographer: Chris Vaughan
Date: Sunday, June 1, 2014
    Willis, Cox, Whybourn, Lumsden Win Wimbledon WC Playoffs

    Marcus Willis, Daniel Cox, Lisa Whybourn and Maia Lumsden have all received wildcards for the upcoming Wimbledon qualifying event next week after winning the Wimbledon wildcard playoffs organised by the LTA this week ahead of several disappointed fellow Brits. Great to see 2 members of the DH Tennis family reach Wimbledon Qualifying @DanCox90 @Willbomb90 #coachingteam #claimingwehelped

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  • Brits of the Week: Week 15

    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. Smart scheduling decisions are a major part of tennis. That’s why you may (or may not) have noticed my absence from Brits of the Week last week. With

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  • Glasspool Sole Survivor at Week 15 $10ks

    Lloyd Glasspool was the only Brit to survive quarter-final day at the various ITF Futures $10k events in and around the Mediterranean, while Dan Cox fell in the semi-finals of the event in Doha, Qatar. Good to see Lloyd Glasspool into the ITF Greek Futures SFs and also into the doubles final with Ed Corrie.

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  • (Almost) Full House at Thursday Futures $10ks

    Dan Cox, Lloyd Glasspool, Ed Corrie, Emily Arbuthnott and Katie Boulter all secured excellent second round victories at ITF Futures $10ks across the Mediterranean, with only James Marsalek suffering a defeat – which was at the hands of fellow Brit Dan Cox. A brave performance from Lloyd Glasspool today in Greece ITF Pro Circuit as

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  • Wednesday $10ks: Boulter, Cox, Marsalek, Glasspool Through

    In a busy day of ITF Futures action across the globe, Brits were in play in first and second round matches in Egypt, Greece, Tunisia, Turkey and Qatar, with mixed results. The early results of the day came from Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt, where last week’s champion Manisha Foster’s fine run came to an end

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  • Tuesday $10ks: Corrie, Arbuthnott, Marsalek, Cox All Through

    Ed Corrie, Emily Arbuthnott, James Marsalek and Dan Cox were all winners in Tuesday’s ITF Futures $10k first round action, with Lloyd Glasspool yet to play his first round match in Greece. Tough day for @NeilPauffley out in #Greece $10,000 #ITF after struggling with a stomach sickness!! #GetWellSoon #PTP — Point To Prove (@PointToProve_)

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  • Cox and Marsalek Ousted in Doha $10k Second Round

    Both Brits in action in Qatar this week were beaten in the second round of the ITF Futures $10k in Doha, with James Marsalek losing in three tight sets and Daniel Cox losing a match of narrow margins in two. Marsalek was up against seventh seed Evgeny Karlovsky of Russia, and the Brit served 8

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  • Cox and Marsalek Safely Through 1st Round in Qatar $10k

    Daniel Cox returned to the courts in comfortable fashion at the ITF Futures $10k in Doha, Qatar this week, winning in straight sets in his first round match, while James Marsalek continued his tour of the Middle East, fighting back from a set down to come through his opening match. Nice work Dan 👍🏻 @DanCox90

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  • Dan Cox Falls to Disappointing Defeat in Italy

    After something of a resurgence at the Futures event in Shrewsbury a couple of weeks ago, Dan Cox ventured all the way to Italy for the ITF Futures $10k in Basiglio. Seeded fourth, there was a hope that Cox could rediscover his best form over the coming weeks. However, a straight sets defeat to Poland’s

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  • Brits of the Week: Week 7

    Our weekly feature, Brits of the Week, assesses the three most impactful British singles players from the week just gone, in the opinion of our correspondent Sam Barker. February is notoriously a quiet month for tennis in terms of commercially big tournaments so most of the big names are not in action this week. For the futures

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