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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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  • Week 20 ITFs: Lumsden, Jones Win First Career $10k MD Matches

    16-year-old Ewen Lumsden and 15-year-old Francesca Jones both won their first ever ITF $10k main draw matches in events in Turkey and Tunisia respectively today, with Lumsden’s victory securing him a place on the ATP Rankings for the first time in his fledgling tennis career. Good week for @ewen_lumsden in Turkey – comes through 3

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  • Rankings Round-Up: 2nd March 2016

    Our Rankings Round-Up is our weekly Wednesday piece in which we discuss the rises and falls in the weekly ATP, WTA, ITF, ITA, LTA and Tennis Europe rankings. New GB ATP singles career highs are led by: Lloyd Glasspool 439 up 1@Bambo290 490 up 8@HoytEvan 577 up 4 Billy Harris 1103 up 92 — Steven

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  • Rankings Round-Up: 17th February 2016

    Our Rankings Round-Up is our weekly Wednesday piece in which we discuss the rises and falls in the weekly ATP, WTA, ITF, ITA, LTA and Tennis Europe rankings. A less successful week for Brits across the globe, but with some of the rankings systems playing catch-up from the week before, there’s still a lot of

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  • ITF Futures $10k Wirral Main Draws Finalised

    Qualifying for the final UK ITF Futures $10k until November took place in The Wirral for the ladies this weekend, with the final qualifying round taking place earlier today. Four women were able to qualify from eight qualifying slots, including Maia Lumsden, who reached the final in Glasgow two weeks ago. There were no qualifying

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  • Brits of the Week: Week 6

    Our brand new weekly feature, Brits of the Week, will assess the three most impressive British singles players from the week just gone, in the opinion of our correspondent Sam Barker. I’ll be honest, I’m quietly pleased that this week hasn’t been nearly as dramatic and chaotic as the last. Two weeks in a row

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  • Lumsden and Dunne Edged Out in Sunderland

    18-year-old wildcard Maia Lumsden and top seed Katy Dunne narrowly missed out on securing an all-British finals with two tight defeat to the second and fourth seeds respectively, effectively ending British interest in the singles draws at the ITF Futures $10k in Sunderland. Top seed Katy Dunne took on fourth seed Kathinka von Deichmann of

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  • Maia Lumsden entered both the Glasgow and Sunderland Futures events as a wildcard, and made the finals at one and the semis at the other.
    Glasspool Out; Lumsden and Dunne March On

    Lloyd Glasspool was squeezed out in the semi-finals while Maia Lumsden and Katy Dunne secured quarter-final wins on Friday at the ITF Futures $10k in Sunderland. In an extremely tight match, world #463 Lloyd Glasspool was edged out by Irish fifth seed Sam Barry, ranked #397, in two very tight sets. As with his quarter-final

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  • Dunne and Lumsden Through to Sunderland Quarters

    Five British ladies became just two after the round-of-16 ties were played at the ITF Futures $10k in Sunderland earlier today. Top seed Katy Dunne defeated fellow Brit Katie Boulter while wildcard Maia Lumsden continued her highly impressive run of form with a win against Danish qualifier Emilie Francati. First to fall was Britain’s Fed

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  • Five Out of Nine Women Through at Sunderland $10k

    With only four out of fourteen men reaching the second round at the ITF Futures $10k in Sunderland yesterday, it was up to the ladies to again show the boys how it was done, and by and large it was a successful day for the female Brits, with five out of nine battling through to

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