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    Week 25 ITFs: Cam Norrie Wins First ITF Title of 2016 in Tulsa

    Texas Christian University Sophomore Cameron Norrie picked up his first ITF Futures title of the year this week at the $25k in Tulsa, Oklahoma in only his third international competition of the year, further proving that the Brit’s progress at collegiate level is preparing him exceptionally well for a future on the pro tour. Norrie

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    Week 24 ITFs: Gosea Falls in US Quarter-Finals in Buffalo

    Farris Gosea was the player who reached the furthest at this week’s ITFs after a relatively successful run to the quarter-finals of the ITF Futures $10k event in Buffalo, NY. The Brit was the only player left standing as of our previous update, and secured a second round victory before falling to Dane Mikael Torpegaard in

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  • Brits of the Week: Week 20

    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. Shall we just get straight into it this week? #3 – Alex Ward – KPN Renewables Bangkok Open 2016: Semi-Finals A few weeks ago, when Alex last made

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  • Dart and Gosea Beaten Finalists at Week 20 ITFs

    Both Harriet Dart and Farris Gosea reached their respective ITF Futures finals against all the odds this week, but neither was able to cap their excellent weeks with titles after two straight-sets defeats left Britain trophy-less in Week 20. Final !! Really pleased with the week! Stepping stone! 😆☺️ @ Goyang Stadium https://t.co/BDaj4gTRss — Harriet

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  • Week 20 ITFs: Gosea, Dart Sole Brits Standing on Friday

    Harriet Dart and Farris Gosea are the only Brits still alive in ITF Futures action across the globe, with Dart having battled her way through to the semi-finals of the $25k event in Korea, and Gosea yet to play his quarter-final match over in Mexico. My girl @harriet_dart kicking butt in Korea! She had a

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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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  • Week 20 ITFs: Lumsden, Aswat Qualify in Turkey

    Young Ewen Lumsden was joined by Imran Aswat in the main draw of the ITF Futures $10k in Turkey in a quiet day of qualifying, while Farris Gosea went a step closer to the main draw in Mexico and Francesca Jones was made to wait another day to secure her place. Proud of my wee

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  • Week 20 ITFs: Young Ewen Lumsden One Away from MD

    After the weekend’s action in Week 20 qualifying for ITFs, there are several Brits still in contention to qualify, although none have fully confirmed their place in the main draws across the globe. The highlights are excellent performances from juniors Ewen Lumsden and Francesca Jones. Lumsden and Jones are stepping up to the senior tour after

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  • Monday ITF Qs: Carreras, Purcell, Paris Reach Main Draws

    For most ITF Futures events this week, qualifying ended on Monday, with three Brits successfully making their way into the main draws of their respective events. However, with some final rounds still to go, there’s still a couple of extra Brits still in contention. Qualified today: Amanda Carreras, $50k, France; Rhett Purcell, $10k, India; Joshua

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