Great Britain has won the 12U Tennis Europe Winter Cups following a 2-1 success over Serbia in the final on Sunday.
The team of Jack Draper, Jacob Fearnley, George Loffhagen and captain Nick Brown capped an impressive weekend in Roznov pod Radhostem, Czech Republic with victory in the deciding doubles rubber against Serbia to secure the title.
After Draper was defeated in the opening singles 7-6, 6-0 against the Serbian No.2 Kristijan Juhas, Fearnley restored parity in the tie with a 6-3, 7-6 victory against Mihailo Popovic.
Draper and Fearnley then paired up in the doubles to defeat Juhas and Popovic 7-5, 6-3 and win the title.
GB began their campaign on Friday with a 3-0 defeat of Poland followed by a 2-1 victory against Belarus in the semi-finals.
Meanwhile the girls’ 12U Winter Cups Finals also took place over the weekend in Sheffield where the GB girls’ team consisting of Esther Adeshina, Lauren Armstrong and Tanysha Dissanayake finished eighth overall following a 2-1 defeat to Moldova in the 7th/8th place play-off on Sunday.
Following the qualification of the GB 12U boys’ and girls’ teams, Great Britain, along with Russia are the only nations to have reached the Tennis Europe Winter Cups final rounds in all six categories.
The U14 & U16 events took place from the 1-3 February with teams sealing a place in the final rounds two weeks later, from 15-17 February.
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