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Naomi Broady by James Jordan Photography
This will be the last This Week in British Tennis of 2013.
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Luke Bambridge moved into the semi-finals after defeating Jonathan Kanar (FRA) 6-3, 6-2. Bambridge faces Dutch qualifier Niels Lootsma for a place in the final.
In the doubles Bambridge & Evan Hoyt and Scott Clayton & Toby Martin both reached the semi-finals before falling to Moraing & Schonenberg (GER) and Danis & Klec (SVK) respectively.
Naomi Broady moved into the semi-finals after a hard fought 6-7(1), 6-4, 7-6(3) victory over No.8 seed Danka Kovinic (MNE). Broady now faces No.2 seed Marta Sirotkina (RUS) for a place in the final.
In the doubles Broady and Linette (POL) reached the semi-finals before falling to No.2 seeds Beygelzimer (UKR) & Buyukakcay (TUR) 6-3, 4-6, 10-5.
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Max Stewart has reached the last 16 of the 14U boys’ singles in Florida after a 6-3, 6-1 victory over fellow British junior Finn Bass. Stewart now faces American Kento Perera for a place in the quarter-finals.
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Alexander Carlos Parker finished runner-up of the boys' singles singles in Malta after losing out to No.5 seed Albert Roglan 6-3, 6-3 in the final. Mohamed Abdel-Aziz reached the semi-finals before falling Roglan.
Donia Abdel-Aziz reached the semi-finals of the girl's singles before falling to No.4 seed Kristina Miletic 6-4, 7-6(4).
In the girls' doubles Abdel-Aziz & Claudia Hallsworth reached the semi-finals where they fell to No.1 seeds Boltinskaya & Cadar. Ali Collins & Alexandra Hunter also made the semi-finals before being defeated by Kuczer & Kulik.
It has been another action packed year on court for British players at all levels of the game. Here we take a look at some of the highlights from January to March.
British Tennis on court: Year in Review
This off season we are giving you behind the scenes access to a number of the British players with a selection of photos and videos to show what the off season is all about. We also chat about their seasons, what they like to get up to off the court and goals for 2014.
Off Season photos and videosHigh Performance Players train at the National Tennis Centre
The BUCS University Tennis season is now halfway through. Over 85 universities and 300 individual teams have been battling it out since mid-October in their respective league and cup competitions.
The Women’s Premier North Division’s top two places are currently occupied by Durham 1st and 2nd teams. In the Women’s Premier South Division Bath 1st team lead the way with Exeter 1st team just behind.
The Men’s Premier North Division is currently being led by Durham 1st team who are closely followed by Stirling 1st team who are yet to drop any points and have two games in hand. Finally, in the Men’s Premier South Division Bath 1st team are in a strong position at the top of the table with Oxford 1st team in second.
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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.com WTA – British women: www.wtatennis.com ITF Circuit – men, women, junior and wheelchair: www.itftennis.com Tennis Europe – junior: www.tenniseurope.org