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  • Week 25 Jrs: Budin Makes Grade 5 Semis in Denmark

    Maria Budin secured the best junior result in a quiet week for our British juniors ahead of two large grass court events just around the corner: the Brit made the semi-finals of a very strong ITF Juniors Grade 5 event in Aarhus before losing out to Lilly Elida Haseth, the 12th seed and eventual finalist, 0-6 6-4

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  • Week 24 Jrs: Maria Budin Makes Grade 4 Semis in Denmark

    Maria Budin was the most successful Brit in Junior action this week as several of our top juniors continue to gain wildcards to senior events and try their luck in the big league. Budin was entered alongside several other Brits at the ITF Juniors Grade 4 event in Odense, Denmark, and reached the semi-finals as

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  • Summers Last Boy Standing at Copenhagen G4

    Three out of four British Boys fell by the wayside in the quarter-finals of the ITF Juniors Grade 4 event in Copenhagen, Denmark earlier this afternoon, with only Matthew Summers, who beat fellow Brit Anton Matusevich, reaching the semi-finals. Summers, 17, was made to work hard for his victory over Matusevich, 14, who is one

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  • Four Boys in Last Eight at Copenhagen Grade 4

    Four out of the five Boys remaining in the last 16 of the ITF Juniors G4 event in Copenhagen, Denmark proceeded with wins to the quarter-finals yesterday, with only third seed Louis Newman losing out in the last 16. Elsewhere, Maia Budin ended British interest in the Girls’ draw. Newman was up against 16th seed

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  • British Invasion in Copenhagen Grade 4

    A total of six Brits (out of a possible nine) secured wins in the second round of the ITF Juniors Grade 4 event in Copenhagen earlier today, including the result of the day, which saw 2001-born Anton Matusevich take out the second seed Henrik Atlevi of Sweden in straight sets. Matusevich, one of our top

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  • Clean Sweep in Copenhagen Grade 4 First Round

    Two 2001-born Brits were among the first round winners at the ITF Juniors G4 event in Copenhagen, Denmark earlier today, with Anton Matusevich, Jack Draper and 1999-born wildcard Paul Jubb joining four British seeds in the last 32. All three Brits had Scandinavian opponents, and none of them dropped a set en route to victory.

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