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Delgado and Marray by Getty
ATP Challenger, €85k, BNP Paribas Primrose – Bordeaux, France – Men’s doubles
Fourth seeds Jamie Delgado and Jonny Marray leave the ATP Challenger €85k triumphant this week as they take home the title after defeating French opponents Benneteau and Mahut in Bordeaux. In a fast paced match Delgado and Marray beat the third seeds with a 7-5 6-3 victory to take the title.
This great victory finishes a week of confident playing by Delgado and Marray, after being 2-5 down in the second set of the semi-finals, they fought back to win five straight games against French players Herbert and Renevand to book their place in the finals with a 6-3 7-5 victory that eventually led to them leaving France as title winners.
BNP Paribas Primrose Bordeaux
ATP Challenger, $75k, Busan Open Challenger Tennis – Busan, Korea – Men’s doubles
British player Jamie Baker and Canadian partner Vaskek Pospisil reached the men’s doubles final in Busan after defeating third seeds Fruttero and Ratiwatana in the semi-finals. An impressive performance was seen from both Baker & Pospisil and opponents Udomchoke & Im but the Thai players gave the extra push needed to win the title, defeating Baker & Pospisil 6-4 6-4.
Jamie Baker tweeted: “Lost doubs final 4 and 4. Not the best performance. Great to keep sharp before singles next week.”
Busan Open Challenger Tennis
ITF Grade 4 – Enka Gallipoli Cup – Boys’ singles and Girls’ singles & doubles
As the final British player remaining in the Enka Gallipoli Cup, 15 year old Joshua Sapwell faced Belgian Clement Geens in the boys’ singles final in Istanbul after defeating fellow British player Claw Crawford in the semi-finals. Playing for the title, Sapwell defeated Geens in two straight sets of 6-3 6-4 and finished a successful week in Istanbul on a high.
View the draw – Enka Gallipoli 2011
Turkish Open – Antalya, Turkey – Men’s singles
British No.5 and reigning National champion Jewitt will be playing for a place in both the men's singles and doubles finals at the Turkish Open in Antalya. Beating Turkish opponents in both matches this Saurday, top seed Jewitt reached the last four in the men's singles without dropping a game. Alongside Greek player Giorgios Lazaridis he then went on to gain a comfortable 6-3, 6-1 doubles victory. With rain delaying much of the play in Friday’s opening day in Antalya, matches are expected to run over until Monday but Jewitt and many other players have a second tournament in Turkey to attend later next week. Turkish Open 2011
Lithuania Open – Vilnius, Lithuania – Men’s singles
Current British No.4 Kevin Simpson made a fine recovery in Lithuania from a 3-0 set down in his semi-final against French fourth seed Thomas Vinatier to record a 3-6, 7-6, 7-5 victory that puts him into his second ITF Futures final of 2011. The Scottish player will now face a Polish opponent for the second time in three days. Simpson defeated Jerzy Kulik 6-2, 6-2 in his opening match on Friday and now faces a tough task against Polish No.2 and top seed Piotr Jaroszewski as he bids to lift his first singles title of the season. Lithuania Open 2011