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Find out which juniors have reached the latter stages of junior ITF and Tennis Europe events around the world.
Jonny O’Mara, Evan Hoyt, Katy Dunne (ITF Grade B1 Switzerland – Singles & Doubles) Joshua Paris, Jamie Malik, Katie Boulter (ITF Grade 4 Switzerland - Singles), Andrew Watson, Ryan Peniston, Christopher Morrow, Sebastian Rey, William Huyton, Simon Pritchard, Freya Christie, Dominique Covington, Jasmine Asghar, Alannah Griffin, Brigit Folland, Rebecca Smaller, Tegan Louw, Emily Arbuthnott, Anna Popescu (ITF Grade 5 Ireland – Singles & Doubles), Eden Richardson, (Tennis Europe, Category 2 France – Singles & Doubles), Maria Budin, (Tennis Europe, Category 3 Austria – Singles) Daniel Bennett, (Tennis Europe, Category 2 Austria – Singles) Reuben Henry (Tennis Europe, Category 3 Switzerland – Singles) Sam Ferguson, Maia Lumsden, Gabriella Taylor (Tennis Europe, European Championships, Czech Republic – Singles & Doubles).
A number of Britons are competing at: The AEGON Junior International Bournemouth - View the draws.
European Summer Cups
The 16&U Girls’ European Summer Cups, which is also the European qualifying for the Junior Fed Cup by BNP Paribas, is a two stage event which sees teams travel to one of four qualifying zones, each of which hosts up to eight nations. The winner and runner-up from each qualifying zone proceed to the final round.
One of the qualifying stages is taking place between the 1-3 August at the National Tennis Centre, London.
Great Britain, represented by Katie Boulter, Anna Brogan, Harriet Dart and captained by Lucie Ahl, will be competing in Zone B (National Tennis Centre) along with Denmark, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia and Ukraine for a place in the European Summer Cups Finals between the 6-8 August in Leysin (SUI).
Find out more information on the Tennis Europe Website.
Meanwhile the 12&U Great Britain girls and boys have been competing in the 2012 Tennis Europe Nations Challenge by HEAD qualifying rounds which are taking place from 26-29 July.
The girls' team consisting of Ali Collins, Claudia Hallsworth and Eliz Maloney took on Spain in their opening round match but were defeated 2-1.
Ali Collins got the team off to a great start beating Carlotta Molina the Spanish No.2 4-6, 7-5, 7-5 in a 3 hours and 15 minutes.
Spain then levelled the match when Claudia Hallsworth lost to the Spanish No.1 Paula Arias 6-3 6-2.
Ali Collins then teamed up with Eliz Maloney for the doubles losing 6-2, 6-4 to Molina & Arias. The girls go on to play Switzerland next.
Meanwhile the 12&U boys' team of Harry Butler, Ewen Lumsden and George Hutchings have been competing in Ankara, Turkey missing out to Germany in their opening round.
Find out more about the Tennis Europe Nations Challenge by HEAD.
AEGON Team Tennis Premier 12&U-18&U Finals – 2012 Review
The National Tennis Centre played host to the AEGON Team Tennis Premier 12&U-18&U Finals as eight winning teams were crowned as Premier division winners.
Bathed in sunshine throughout the whole weekend, a great atmosphere spread around the grounds as each match drew closer to conclusion in a format where each match is played on just one court with team captains allowed courtside to speak to players at change of ends.
Each team at the Team Tennis finals had earned their place by winning their respective Tier 1 regional division which took place between April and June. The finals in each event put together the winners from the North, Midlands, South West and South East divisions who played Semi-Final rounds on Saturday with the Finals and ¾ playoffs taking place on Sunday.
GB tennis players learn round one Olympics opponents
Andy Murray will open against Stanislas Wawrinka in round one of the men's singles after the draws took place for the London 2012 Olympics tennis event at Wimbledon.
Murray is also competing in the doubles event alongside his brother Jamie and the pair have drawn Austria in round one, up against Jurgen Melzer & Alexander Peya.
The other GB pair in the men's doubles, Colin Fleming & Ross Hutchins, will take on the French second pair in the form of Julien Benneteau & Richard Gasquet.
In the women's singles event British No.1 Heather Watson plays 24 year old Spaniard Silvia Soler-Espinosa, the world No.63 in round one.
Anne Keothavong plays Danish former world No.1 Caroline Wozniacki whilst Elena Baltacha plays the unranked Hungarian Agnes Szavay.
In the doubles event both British pairs have drawn Germany. Heather Watson & Laura Robson take on Angelique Kerber & Sabine Lisicki whilst Anne Keothavong & Elena Baltacha play Julia Goerges & Anna-Lena Groenefeld.
GB tennis players learn round one Olympics opponents
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