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Grade 4 – Riad 21 – Morocco
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Grade 5 – El Sauce Cup 2012 - Argentina
Jay Clarke, Daniel Bennett, Alexis Canter
Grade 3 – XVI Londrina Open ARTHROM - Brazil
Jazzi Plews, Lana Rush
Grade 4 – Auckland ITF Indoor Championships – New Zealand
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Liam Broady - AEGON Junior Player of the Month
Liam Broady has won September’s Junior Player of the Month award after claiming two consecutive runner-up spots within the space of a month. First in the Grade 1 Canadian Open Junior Championships and then at the Junior US Open Championships.
Grade 1 - Canadian Open Junior Championships – Boys’ singles
In the last tournament before the Junior US Open Championships, Liam Broady saw a good run of form ending as runner up in the Canadian Open Junior Championships. In the final, 18 year-old Broady played third seed Nick Kyrgios from Australia, losing out 6-2, 6-3.
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Junior US Open Championships – Boys’ singles
Broady then moved on to the Junior US Open Championships. The 13th seeded Briton ended his stint in Flushing Meadows as a finalist after a 6-2, 2-6, 7-5 defeat by second seed Filip Peliwo (CAN) in the final two.
The teenager from Stockport was aiming to become Britain's third winner of the title in nine years after Andy Murray in 2004 and Oli Golding in 2011.
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Mason Recci is competing in his first ITF event abroad in Sri Lanka. The 15 year-old won through three rounds of qualifying to make the main draw, then after securing his place in the second round with a straight sets win, he overcame sixth seed Siu Chuen Lam from Hong Kong to make the quarter-finals.
Record entries for AEGON Team Tennis Schools Senior Students competition
A record 346 teams are set to take part in 2012/13 AEGON Team Tennis Schools Senior competition across the country, the highest number of entries since its inception in 2001/02.
Entry is up 33% on last year and will see around 1,500 students aged 16-19 playing in a competitive league for their school or college’s Boys, Girls and/or Mixed team this autumn.
There has been an increase in numbers across boys’ and girls’ as well as mixed teams following the success of Andy Murray and Laura Robson at the London 2012 Olympics where they won the Mixed Doubles Silver Medal.
British tennis volunteer of year: Nominate a winner now
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2012 British tennis Volunteer of the Year awards.
The British tennis Volunteer Awards are aimed at recognising those volunteers who give so much of their time to the sport; from working behind the scenes as a committee member to organising local leagues and building relationships to positively promote the sport.
The categories are:
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