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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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  • Wildcards Whybourn, Moore, Dunne Win in Eastbourne

    There were no British qualifiers for the ITF Futures $50k event in Eastbourne, UK this weekend, but this disappointment was more than accounted for in the first round proper, where wildcards Lisa Whybourn, Katy Dunne and Tara Moore pulled of some of their best results of the year to progress to the second round. Absolutely

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  • BritWatch Week 22: 30th May – 6th June 2016

    BritWatch is our regular Friday piece introducing where each of our British players is playing in the upcoming week, whether it be on the ATP/WTA tours, the ITF Futures circuit, or further down at national, junior and collegiate level. Week 22 – 30th May – 6th June 2016 Roland Garros is in full swing, but

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  • Double Trouble: Week 17 Doubles Round-Up

    It may have been one of the busier weeks on the ATP Tour but it was the women who stole the show with a hat-trick of victories to record our first triple title winning week since the feature’s birth. The Winners Fresh on the comeback path, Samantha Murray and her partner Despina Papamichail were the

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  • Brits of the Week: Week 17

    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. They say success comes at a price. In this circumstance, the success of British tennis stars comes at the price of me having to pick just three of

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  • Weekend $10ks: Murray Beaten in Egyptian Final

    Samantha Murray narrowly missed out on an almost immediate return to the WTA Rankings after losing in straight sets in the final of the ITF Futures $10k in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt earlier today. Elsewhere, Lisa Whybourn’s impressive run in Italy came to an end in yesterday’s semi-finals. Murray booked her place in the final in

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  • WhybournWoo
    Friday $10ks: Whybourn and Murray March On to Semis

    Lisa Whybourn and Samantha Murray are in the semi-finals of their respectively ITF Futures $10k events after both players secured battling three-set victories over higher-ranked opposition in yesterday’s quarter-final clashes. Absolutely superb hard fought wins from @lisawhybourn and @SamMurray87 today — Jane Cooke (@CookieDohJ) April 29, 2016 Meanwhile, there were defeats for Sarah Beth Grey

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  • Sam Murray
    Thursday $10ks: Murray Continues Excellent Form in Egypt

    Recovering Samantha Murray reached her second quarter-final in as many weeks at the ITF Futures $10k event in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt earlier today, to continue her inevitable bid to rejoin the WTA Rankings as high as possible. Elsewhere, there were second round wins for Sarah Beth Grey, Lisa Whybourn and Richard Gabb. Sharm 10K R2:

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  • Sam Murray
    Wednesday $10ks: Sam Murray Wins Again in Egypt R1

    Sam Murray was among several British winners on Wednesday at ITF Futures $10k events across the globe, with Richard Gabb, Joshua Paris, Mirabelle Njoze, Katie Boulter and Lisa Whybourn also picking up first round victories at their respective events. Excellent 61 62 for the comeback girl @SamMurray87 in Sharm El Sheikh to reach the 2nd

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  • Sapwell and Whybourn Claim British Tour Titles in Bournemouth

    Fifth seed Joshua Sapwell and top seed Lisa Whybourn were the winners at this week’s AEGON British Tour Tier 1 event in Bournemouth, with Sapwell battling past seeds three and four in the semis and final, and Whybourn dropping just twelve games in her four victories en route to the title. Our previous update covered

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