Wednesday, 24/1/2018 | 7:13 UTC+0
  • KleinAEGON
    Brydan Klein Snaps 8-Match Losing Streak to Reach Ilkley Semis

    Brydan Klein returned to form after injury this week at the ATP Challenger €42.5k in Ilkley this week, reaching the semi-finals as a wildcard and picking up a Wimbledon main draw wildcard as a result. Meanwhile, in the corresponding ITF Futures $50k women’s draw, Sam Murray was again the Brit who got the furthest after a

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  • Moore’s Valiant Run in Notts End in Quarter-Finals

    Tara Moore’s magnificent run to the quarter-finals of the WTA International in Nottingham this week ended on Friday after a straight sets defeat to Saisai Zheng of China, but the Brit will still be exceptionally proud at being the last Brit standing in a field containing the likes of Konta, Watson, Broady and Robson. Congrats

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  • Sam Murray
    Sam Murray Beaten by Oudin in Surbiton Quarter-Finals

    The last remaining Brit in action at the ITF Futures $50k in Surbiton, UK this week, Sam Murray, was beaten in the quarter-finals on Friday by former top 40 player Melanie Oudin of the United States to end British interest at the event slightly earlier than many had hoped. Encouraging week @SurbitonRFC. It's great to

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  • Tara Moore Wins Again in Nottingham; Konta Out

    If I were to choose between Johanna Konta, Heather Watson, Naomi Broady, Tara Moore, Freya Christie and Laura Robson to be the sole Brit left in the WTA International quarter-finals in Nottingham this week, Moore would have been close to the bottom of my list. But the British qualifier is enjoying a massive upturn in

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  • Sam Murray Sole British Quarter-Finalist in Surbiton

    The final second round matches at the ATP Challenger €42.5k and the corresponding Women’s ITF Futures $50k event in Surbiton, UK have taken place this evening, and only one Brit has survived to the quarter-finals of the event: Sam Murray, who has recently returned to the tour after a lengthy absence, will be the sole

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  • Miller and McHugh to Face French Pair in Notts G4 Finals

    Top seed Nell Miller and second seed Aidan McHugh will face a French player apiece in the finals of the ITF Juniors Grade 4 event in Nottingham this week, after the expected all-British finals didn’t quite materialise. In the Girls’ draw, we were guaranteed at least one British finalist after the four top-half quarter-finalists all

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  • Ed Corrie Beaten by German in Shrewsbury $10k Final

    Ed Corrie became the third successive Brit to be defeated by German 26-year-old Yannick Maden at the ITF Futures $10k in Shrewsbury, England, as the Brit was unable to secure a title on British soil, going down 3-6 7-5 7-6(1). The 28-year-old graduate of Texas University served 19 aces, but it wasn’t enough to stem

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  • Corrie to Face In-Form German in Shrewsbury Final

    Ed Corrie defeated fellow Brit James Marsalek to set up a British half to the ITF Futures $10k final in Shrewsbury yesterday afternoon, but in-from unseeded German Yannick Maden took out his second consecutive Brit to reach the final ahead of Daniel Cox. Marsalek broke early on in the first set, causing Corrie to save

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  • Six British Quarter-Finalists in Shrewsbury and The Wirral

    There is a chance of having an all-British semi-final line-up at the ITF Futures $10k in Shrewsbury this week, with six Brits taking the eight quarter-final slots after a successful Wednesday. Meanwhile, only one woman made it through to the last 8 in The Wirral. In an excellent day for the men, there was one all-British

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  • Dart2
    Four Women Through to Round Two at the Wirral

    Only four ladies, two of whom came through all-British clashes, progressed to the second round of the ITF Futures $10k at the Wirral yesterday, with the prospect of there being no British ladies in the quarter-finals very real. Perhaps the most impressive performance yesterday was that of young 16-year-old Lauryn John-Baptiste, who picked up the

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