Find out which juniors have reached the latter stages of junior ITF and Tennis Europe events around the world.
Thomas Colautti, Anna Brogan, Millie Stretton (ITF Grade 4 Tunisia – Boys’ & girls’ doubles) Rhett Purcell (ITF Grade 4 Fiji – Boys’ singles) Robert Leck, Charles Broom (Tennis Europe U14 Category 2 Latvia – Boys’ singles & doubles) Donia Abdel-Aziz Maria Budin (Tennis Europe U12 Category 3 Italy – Girls’ doubles) Alexis Canter (Tennis Europe U16 Category 3 Belgium – Boys’ singles) Bjorn Thomas (Tennis Europe U16 Category 3 Denmark – Boys’ singles) Lily Reynolds (Tennis Europe U16 Category 1 France – Girls’ doubles).
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The AEGON Junior International Roehampton
Liam Broady is through to the semi-finals of the AEGON Junior International Roehampton after a straight sets win over Portuguese fifteenth seed Frederico Silva.
Fifth seeded Broady battled past Silva 7-5, 6-2 to seal his place in the last four where he meets Belgium second seed Kimmer Coppejans.
Meanwhile there has been further British success in the boys’ doubles which has also reached the semi-final stages of competition.
Unseeded British duo Scott Clayton & Jonny O’Mara are taking on Evgeny Karlovskiy (RUS) & Frederico Silva (POR) in one semi-final, while Evan Hoyt & Italian partner Stefano Napolitano will face fourth seeds Luke Saville (AUS) & Jordan Thompson (AUS) in the other
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AEGON 12U County Cup
The AEGON 12U County Cup Qualifying event gets underway this weekend and is taking place on Saturday 30 June and Sunday 1 July at 16 different venues around Britain.
The 12U County Cup event consists of two separate events, one for boys and one for girls, and is contested by a total of 44 counties from England, Scotland and Wales.
The competing counties are split into 8 round-robin groups (per gender) and each team will play 3 singles and 1 doubles.
The winner of each group will then progress to the Finals which will take place at Bolton Arena on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July.
Qualifying to begin this weekend for AEGON 12U County Cup
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