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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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  • Week 23 Jrs: Max Stewart Makes Grade 2 Semis in Poland

    In a very quiet week of junior action across the board, only four Brits found themselves in action, sith three taking part in the ITF Junior Grade 2 event in Bytom, Poland. Two of them, Jeremy Gschwendtner and Camille Verden Anderson, made it to the final round of qualifying before finding themselves on the wrong end

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  • Week 22 Jrs: Butler Reaches Grade 5 Quarter-Finals in Moldova

    It’s been an exceptionally quiet week on several fronts this week: with no Brits progressing past the second round at the ITF Futures event across the globe (save for inside the UK), the juniors suffered similar fates, with just Harry Butler, seeded third at the Grade 5 event in Vadu-lui-Voda in Moldova, getting past the

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  • Week 22 Jrs: Brit Washout at Junior French Open

    There was very little success to be had at the ITF Juniors Grade A event in Paris this week – a.k.a the Junior French Open, as there were no youngsters that were able to come through qualifying and zero first round victories for our players at the elite level of the junior game. #ryanstorrie on

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  • Week 21 Jrs: Storrie Reaches Grade 1 Final in Belgium

    Ryan Storrie is the last remaining Brit in junior action this week after successfully recaching the final of the ITF Juniors Grade 1 event in Charleroi, Belgium with a string of excellent victories, including a year-high rankings scalp in today’s semi-finals. Elsewhere, Max Stewart made the semi-finals of the Grade 2 event in Budapest, while

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  • Week 21 Jrs: Storrie and Clarke in Grade 1 R2 in Belgium

    Only Ryan Storrie and Jay Clarke were able to make their way through to the third round of the ITF Juniors Grade 1 event in Charleroi, Belgium in the early stages of this week’s junior action, with Ewan Moore and Alexis Canter both losing in the first and second rounds respectively. Elsewhere, there were first

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  • Wed-Thu Juniors: Swan Out in Italy; Draper in G4 QFs

    British Junior #1 Katie Swan fell in the second round of the Grade A event in Milan, Italy on Wednesday afternoon, joining Ryan Storrie in the exit pile, leaving just the one Brit left in junior action this week: Jack Draper, who is through to the Grade 4 quarter-finals in Budapest. And into the semis

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  • Tuesday Juniors: Swan Survives at Grade A in Italy

    Katie Swan was the only Brit to secure a victory on Tuesday, as the British Junior #1 won her first round match at the ITF Juniors Grade A event in Milan, Italy, while Jay Clarke and Emily Appleton both fell. Elsewhere, Gemma Heath exited early at the Grade 4 event in Hungary. Swan’s victory means

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  • Weekend Juniors: Storrie Wins in Grade A First Round in Italy

    Ryan Storrie was the only Brit to not lose during the weekend and Monday’s ITF Junior matches across all levels, managing to secure a tough three-set victory at the Grade A event in Italy. Alexis Canter, Alastair Gray and Ewan Moore all exited early, while several Brits also fell at Grade 4 level along the way.

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