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Agnieszka Radwanska has ended British hope in the women's singles after a straight sets victory over Heather Watson on Centre Court at Wimbledon on Friday. Speaking after her match Watson said: "She's No.3 in the world for a reason. She didn't miss. But I'm fine, it's a great learning experience for me. I've learnt a lot today and I'm going to come back stronger and improve from this."
Meanwhile in the next round Andy Murray plays the Cypriot, Marcos Baghdatis, a former Grand Slam finalist, a former doubles partner of Murrays and someone who is coached by Murray's former coach Miles Maclagan.
On playing him the British No.1 said: "I'm sure there will be a lot more longer rallies against Marcos and there won't be periods in the match where I can't get into his service games or I'm not touching the ball. It will be a different kind of match."
The Junior Championships at Wimbledon are also set to get underway tomorrow and sees 11 British boys and 6 British girls in the line-up of the singles draws.
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ITF USA F17 Futures – Men’s singles
Alex Bogdanovic has progressed through to the third round in America. After a three set defeat over American Mitchell Frank, the third seeded Briton next plays American Bjorn Fratangelo.
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ITF Belgium F1 Futures – Men’s doubles
In the men’s doubles Jamie Feaver & Alex Ward reached the semi-finals stages of the draw. In the last four the British duo faced second seeds Folie & Gigounon but conceded a walkover.
Latest from ITF Belgium F1 Futures
ITF Spain F18 Futures – Men’s singles
Josh Milton is through to the semi-finals of the men's singles in Spain. After defeating fifth seeded Michael Look, the unseeded Briton plays seventh seed Mohamed Safwat (EGY) for a place in the final.
Latest from ITF Spain F18 Futures
$10,000 Sharm El Sheikh – Women’s doubles
Sabrina Bamburac and Serbian partner Barbara Bonic are through to the second round of the women's doubles in Sharm El Sheikh. They next play Adnya Naik & Ushna Suhail.
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AEGON Junior International
Liam Broady, Scott Clayton, Jonny O’Mara and Evan Hoyt all reached the semi-final stages of the AEGON Junior International Roehampton in the singles and doubles events before experiencing defeats in their respective draws.
Latest from AEGON Junior International
Grade 4, Tunisia – Boys’ & Girls’ doubles
Thomas Colautti reached the semi-finals of the boys’ doubles in Tunisia along with Greek partner Vasilios Stavroppoulos. The pair were seeded third but were toppled by Bushamuka & Mmoh 6-3, 6-4. In the girls’ doubles Anna Brogan & Millie Stretton also reached the final four before being beaten by Berriri & El Houari 7-5, 6-2.
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TE Category 2, Latvia – Boys’ singles & doubles
Robert Leck has claimed the boys’ singles title in Latvia. Top seeded Leck defeated second seeded Mattias Siimar (EST) 6-3, 6-3 to lift the winner’s trophy. Meanwhile in the boys’ doubles, second seeds Charles Broom & Alexei Popyrin (AUS) finished as runners-up after a 6-1, 6-3 defeat by top seeds Kristofer Siimar (EST) & Mattias Siimar (EST).
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TE Category 3, 12U, Italy – Girls’ doubles
Donia Abdel-Aziz & Maria Budin have won the the girls’ doubles finals in Italy. In the final two they faced Italians Giulia La Rocca & Lisa Piccinetti and sealed a 6-2, 6-2 victory over the home favourites.
TE Category 3, 16U Belgium – Boys’ singles
Alexis Canter is through to the boys’ singles final in Belgium. Seeded third, the Briton faces Belgium Arnaud Destrebecq to contest the title.
TE Category 3, 16U Denmark – Boys’ singles
Top seed Bjorn Thomson is through to the boys’ singles final in Demark. Having come into the last two without dropping a set, the in-form Briton plays third seed Dragos Nicolae Madaras for the title.
BNP Paribas French Open, Super Series
Andy Lapthorne reached the quad singles semi-finals in remarkable circumstances on the third day of play, while David Phillipson and Lucy Shuker moved into the men's singles and women's singles quarter-finals respectively.
Read more – BNP Paribas French Open
Welti Summer Open
A month on from bowing out of the men's main draw singles at the quarter-finals stages at the National Wheelchair Tennis Championships, Scotland's Keith Thom beat National Championships winner Scott Smith to win the Welti Summer Open, the fourth tournament in the 2012 Tennis Foundation Wheelchair Tennis Development Series.
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A free festival of tennis takes place on Clapham Common in south west London from 4-8 July, 10am-9pm daily. Clapham Common to host allplay Tennis Park
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. Qualifying to begin this weekend for AEGON 12U County Cup
LTA News & Features – www.lta.org.uk/news, Junior watch: British tennis players – 28th June World tennis news round-up – 25th June
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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.comWTA – British women: www.wtatennis.comITF Circuit – men, women, junior and wheelchair: www.itftennis.com Tennis Europe – junior: www.tenniseurope.org
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