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Players: Andy Murray
Andy Murray has defeated Roger Federer to reach the Australian Open final. British No.1 Murray overcame the Swiss world No.2 6-4, 6-7(5), 6-3, 6-7(2), 6-2 in four hours on Rod Laver Arena to face world No.1 Novak Djokovic in Sunday’s final.
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Players: Andy Lapthorne, Lucy Shuker
Andy Lapthorne has reached the quad singles final at the Australian Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships, while also finishing runner-up in the quad doubles event. The world No.4 will now face David Wagner for the second time this week in Saturday's quad singles final as the Brit bids for his first Grand Slam singles title.
Meanwhile, in the women's doubles final, Lucy Shuker and Marjolein Buis of the Netherlands missed out to Dutch top seeds and Wimbledon champions Jiske Griffioen and Aniek van Koot 6-4, 6-3.
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Aegon GB Pro-Series Preston
Ed Corrie has reached the men’s singles final at the Aegon GB Pro-Series in Preston after overcoming George Morgan 6-3, 6-4 in the semi-finals. To contest the title Corrie plays American Christian Harrison who defeated Marcus Willis 6-2, 7-5 in the final four.
Speaking ahead of his final Corrie said: “I am looking forward to my match and it is a good opportunity to get my first title.”
In the women’s draw, second seed Tara Moore is through to the semi-finals after a straightforward 6-1, 6-2 win over Czech qualifier Sandra Honigova. Moore now plays Oceane Dodin of France who defeated fourth seed Melanie South in a quarter-final match that lasted just over three hours.
Meanwhile Ken & Neal Skupski beat Irish duo Sam Barry & Colin O’Brien 3-6, 6-3, 10-5 to win the men’s doubles title.
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$10,000 Sharm El Sheikh
Players: Amanda Carreras
Amanda Carreras and Spanish partner Beatriz Morales Hernandez have reached the quarter-finals of the women’s doubles in Egypt. For a place in the final four the British/Spanish duo play top seeds Lidziya Marozava & Eugenuya Pashkova.
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Grade 4 – Wilson Canterbury ITF Grade Four – New Zealand
Players: Rhett Purcell
Rhett Purcell reached the semi-finals of the boys’ singles in New Zealand before being defeated by top seed and home favourite Kyle Butters 3-6, 6-3, 6-2. Purcell also reached the last four of the boys’ doubles with New Zealand partner Niko Vulinovich before being beaten by the top seeds.
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Grade 4 – PSS ITF Juniors Tournament – United Arab Emirates
Players: Sam Rush, Josef Dodridge, Youssef Hassan, Millie Stretton
Sam Rice won through to the boys’ singles semi-finals before missing out to third seeded Belgian Xander Veys 2-6, 6-3, 6-2. Meanwhile in the boys’ doubles, Josef Dodridge & Youssef Hassan, who defeated the top seeds in round one, were beaten 6-4, 6-3 in the semi-finals by Turkish duo Gorberk Ergeneman & Arda Uzumcu.
In the girls’ doubles Millie Stretton and Serbian partner Teodora Radosavljevic made the final four before falling to eventual winners Daria Glushich & Yekaterina Gubanova.
Grade 4 - Safina Cup – Czech Republic
Players: Christopher Reynolds
Christopher Reynolds and Swiss partner Marko Osmakcic are through to the quarter-finals of the boys’ doubles in the Czech Republic. They play Marco Brugnerotto & Daniel Czepielewski for a place in the semi-finals.
Category 1 - Les PETITS AS – France
Players: Max Stewart
Max Stewart is through to the quarter-finals in Tarbes, France. Stewart now plays Australian ninth seed Alexei Popyrin to move into the last four.
Tennis Europe Winter Cups
The Tennis Europe Winter Cups are underway this weekend with the U12 qualifying rounds taking place from 25-27 January.
Captained by John Trehearn, the GB girls’ U12 team consisting of Esther Adeshina, Lauren Armstrong and Tanysha Dissanayake are heading to Neudorfl, Austria to compete for a place in the final rounds on 8-10 February.
Speaking ahead of the weekend John Trehearn said: “GBR got a bye in round one and play the winners of Belgium and Croatia on Saturday. The girls have been training well on the indoor carpet courts and have been scouting their potential opponents today.”
Meanwhile the boys’ team of Jack Draper, Jacob Fearnley, George Loffhagen and captain Nick Brown are heading to Tallinn, Estonia.
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Cruyff Foundation Junior Masters 2013
Alfie Hewett has moved one step closer to defending his title as the world junior No.1 needed just 46 minutes this morning to beat Carlos Anker of the Netherlands 6-0, 6-0. The win means Hewett finishes undefeated at the top of Group 1 in the boys' singles ahead of Anker, who also qualifies for Saturday's semi-finals along with Hewett.
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Aegon GB Pro-Series Sheffield – Graves Tennis & Leisure Centre, January 27 – February 2
Aegon British Tour Bath – University of Bath, 28 January – February 2
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Judy Murray blogs from the Australian Open, going behind the scenes of week 2 at the first Grand Slam of the year.