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Johanna Konta by James Jordan Photography
Johanna Konta defeated Sharon Fichman 6-4, 6-2 to win the VanOpen Women’s Singles Championships. This is Konta’s biggest career win to date and moves her to a career high ranking of 115.
Defending champions Dominic Inglot & Treat Huey (PHI) reached the quarter-finals in Washington. Inglot & Huey lost out to eventual champions Julien Benneteau (FRA) & Nenad Zimonjic (SRB) 6-3, 6-4.
Jamie Murray & John Peers (AUS) made it into the quarter-finals in Austria. The duo were defeated by German fourth seeds and the eventual champions Martin Emmrich & Christopher Kas 7-5, 7-6(4).
Odlum Brown VanOpen
Dan Evans finished as runner-up at the Odlum Brown VanOpen men’s singles final in Vancouver. Evans took on second seed Vasek Pospisil but missed out 6-0, 1-6, 7-5.
Open Castilla y León
Ken & Neal Skupski were crowned champions at the Open Castilla y León in Segovia. The brothers defeated No. 3 seeds Mikhail Elgin (RUS) & Uladzimir Ignatik (BLR) 6-3, 6-7(4),10-6 in the final.
Open Castilla y león
Turkey F30 Futures
Brydan Klein & Dane Propoggia (AUS) won the Turkey F30 Futures title defeating Turkish pair Tuna Altuna & Baris Erguden 6-1, 6-4 in the final.
Aegon GB Pro-Series Nottingham
In an all British men’s singles final Dan Cox defeated Ashley Hewitt 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 to be crowned champion in Nottingham.
There was another all British final in the men’s doubles, where fourth seeds Liam Broady & Josh Ward-Hibbert overcame Scott Clayton & Toby Martin 4-6, 6-3, 10-6 to win the title.
In the women’s event Lucy Brown reached the semi-finals where she was defeated by eventual winner Miyabi Inoue 6-3, 6-2.
No.1 seeds Anna Smith & Melanie South were crowned doubles champions after beating fellow Brits and No.2 seeds Danieka Borthwick & Anna Fitzpatrick 6-4, 6-2.
Aegon British Tour Ilkley
No. 2 seed Kyle Brassington won the men’s singles title defeating Adam Barratclough 6-1, 6-4 in the final.
In the women’s final first seed Natasha Hillyer was crowned champion after overcoming Amy Partridge 7-6(5), 6-2.
Catherine and Lewis Fletcher brought Great Britain's tennis campaign at the 22nd Summer Deaflympics to an end with fourth place finishes in the women's singles and mixed doubles on Saturday in Sofia, Bulgaria.
"Obviously the team are disappointed to have ended the Games without a medal after coming so close in three events but they did themselves proud this week with some outstanding performances against higher ranked opposition," said Geraint Richards, the Tennis Foundation's Head of Disability Player Performance.
Antony Cotterill bowed out of the Salzburg Open on the penultimate day of play after reaching the quad singles semi-finals and the quad doubles final.
Cotterill slipped to a 6-2, 6-1 loss to Italy’s Marco Innocenti in the last four of the quad singles and Innocenti was also on the other side of the net again when partnering his compatriot Giuseppe Polidori to beat Cotterill and Antonio Raffaele 7-5, 6-0 in the quad doubles final as Cotterill finished runner-up in his third ITF 1 Series doubles final of 2013.
Kreis Dueren Junior Tennis Cup
Jodie Anna Burrage reached the semi-finals in Germany before missing out on a place in the final to No.5 seed Oleksandra Andrieieva.
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Dublin Week 1
Lumsden, and Irish partner Simon Carr, are in the final of the doubles where they will face Carlos Pinedo Tejada (ESP) & Simonas Zukauskas (LTU).
Georgie Walker & Helena Jansen Figueras (ESP) have made it into the final of the girls’ doubles where they will face Britain’s Alexandra Hunter & Georgia Drummy (IRL).
No.3 seed Will Davies reached the boys singles semi-finals in Germany where he lost to Johannes Fleischman (GER).
Emily Appleton made it into the girl’s semi-finals before losing to eventual champion Russian Daria Solovyeva.
Appleton also reached the quarter-finals of the 16&U girl’s doubles partnered by Sina Zuger (SUI).
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XXII Copa Merengue
Stefan Cooper, partnered by Yannick Jones (GRN), won the boys’ doubles title in the Dominican Republic defeating No.1 seeds Carter Lin & Javier Restrepo in the final.
18th Slovenian Junior Open
Ema Lazic reached the quarter-finals of the girl’s singles where she lost out to Sandra Jamrichova. Lazic also made it into the semi-finals of the girl’s doubles with partner Tamara Kupkova (SVK) they were defeated 6-3, 6-3 by the No.1 seeds.
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The latest world rankings along with full results and draw sheets can be found at the following links:
ATP World Tour – British men: www.atpworldtour.com WTA – British women: www.wtatennis.com ITF Circuit – men, women, junior and wheelchair: www.itftennis.com Tennis Europe – junior: www.tenniseurope.org
15/11/14 - 22/11/14 - Liverpool Tennis Centre
19/11/14 - 23/11/14 - Nottingham Tennis Centre