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    Week 23 ITFs: Several Brits Still Alive in Antalya, Turkey

    Several Brits have tumbled and fallen in the qualifying and first rounds of the various ITF Futures $10k events happening this week, with only two of an initial eleven events still maintaining British interest. The major action is taking place in Antalya, Turkey, where six Brits are still alive in the first and second rounds.

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  • Double Trouble: Week 16 Doubles Round-Up

    For the first time since this feature began, two Brits boarded their return flights with an extra piece of hand luggage. Both titles may have come in $10K tournaments, but my word were they delivered in contrasting fashion. The Winners Over in Greece, where British success has been an ongoing occurrence, Freya Christie lived up

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  • Arbuthnott, Drew, Cannell Through at $10k Qualies in Turkey

    Emily Arbuthnott, Jazzamay Drew and Joel Cannell were the three qualifiers from a Brit-packed qualifying field at this week’s ITF Futures $10k event in Antalya, Turkey. The three of them join Harriet Dart, who has already won her first round match, and Robbie Ridout in the main draws. No.1 seed Skamlova retired at 6-7 0-4

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  • Brits Ousted in Qualifying and First Round at Turkey $10k

    There were no British survivors past the first round of the ITF Futures $10k in Antalya, Turkey this week, with only Joel Cannell coming out of the qualifying draw but being handed a tough first round tie against Russian sixth seed and last week’s champion Kirill Dmitriev and losing 6-3 6-4. There were originally seven

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  • Sunderland Futures $10k Women’s Main Draw Set

    As the men were competing in the first round of competition at the ITF Futures $10k in Sunderland, the remaining women in the final round of qualifying were attempting to book their place in the main draw, while those who had already made it found out who their opponents were going to be. In the

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