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Shanghai Rolex Masters
Jamie Murray & John Peers (AUS) moved into the semi-finals in Shanghai after defeating Lindstedt & Pospisil 3-6, 6-3, 10-6. Murray & Peers face eighth seeds Marrero & Verdasco for a place in the final.
Murray & Peers are looking to claim their second title in three weeks, as they make a late dash to claim an ATP World Tour Finals place at The O2.
$15,000 France F19 Futures
David Rice & Sean Thornley finished runners-up in the men’s doubles in Saint-Dizier after falling to Hugo Nys (FRA) & Germain Gigounon (BEL) 7-6(4), 6-4 in the final.
Greece F14 Futures
Fifth seed Richard Gabb is into the semi-finals of the men’s singles in Marathon after defeating Serbian Nikola Milojevic 6-4, 6-2 in the quarter-finals. Gabb will face No.4 seed Riccardo Ghedin (ITA) for a place in the final.
In the men’s doubles Richard Gabb and German partner Tobias Simon have reached the final beating Greek No.2 seeds Markos Kalovelonis & Konstantinos Mikos 6-3, 6-3.
$15,000 USA F26 Futures
Edward Corrie and Joshua Milton have made it into the quarter-finals of the men’s singles in Houston where they face each other for a place in the semi-finals.
Tara Moore has reached the women’s quarter-finals in France after defeating Croatian Ana Konjuh 6-2, 7-6(3). Moore takes on Michaella Krajicek (NED) for a semi-final place.
$25,000 Sant Cugat
Amanda Carreras & Lara Arruabarrena have made it into the women’s doubles final where they play top seeds Bua (ARG) & Gamiz (VEN) for the title.
$10,000 Marathon - Athens
No.7 seed Lucy Brown has reached the semi-finals of the women’s singles after defeating fourth seed Pei-Chi Lee 6-3, 6-1. Brown will face No.1 seed Nuria Parrizas-Diaz for place in the final.
In the doubles Lucy Brown & Alina Wessel (GER) have reached the final where they will face Leykina (RUS) & Shulzhanok (BLR) for the title.
Aegon GB Pro-Series Sunderland
Top seed Ashley Hewitt will take on third seed Joshua Goodall in the men’s singles final in Sunderland. Hewitt defeated fourth seed Marcus Daniell 6-1, 2-6, 7-5 and Joshua Goodall beat South African fifth seed Tucker Vorster 6-2, 6-1 in the semi-finals.
In the men’s doubles final British duo Joshua Goodall & Harry Meehan face Pel (NED) & Prashanth for the title.
Aegon British Tour Swansea
At the Aegon British Tour Swansea the men’s singles has reached the semi-finals stage with qualifier Callum Poland-Smith taking on eighth seed Daniel Little and Luke Henley plays No.2 seed Sebastian Jackson. The women’s singles has also reached the semi-finals stage with top seed Aimee Gibson facing No.7 seed Eden Richardson and Rona Berisha against second seed Nicola George.
Columbo Week 1
Charlie Ridout reached the semi-finals of the boy’s singles before falling to Cing-Yang Meng (TPE) 7-5, 6-1. In the boy’s doubles Ridout & De Bruyn (RSA) are in the quarter-finals where they face Chinese Taipei pair Hsu & Huang.
In the girl’s singles Holly Hutchinson has made it into the final where she faces Khim Iglupas (PHI) for the title. Hutchinson has also reached the girl’s doubles semi-finals with partner Vaidya (SIN) where they will play Chandiran (IND) & Sawasdee (THA).
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Sanchez-Casal Junior Cup
Fourth seeds Aswin Lizen & Dan Dowson (AUS) have reached the boy’s doubles final where they will take on Aravis (CYP) & Morell Raschiatore (AUS) for the title. Max Stewart & Thomas Wright made it into the semi-finals before falling to Aravis & Morell Raschiatore.
Katarina Weymouth & Jessica Crivelletto (SUI) reached the girls doubles semi-finals before being defeated by No.2 seeds Jamrichova (SVK) & Ureke (RUS).
Wrexham ITF Futures
London 2012 Paralympians Alex Jewitt and Louise Hunt head a predominately British entry for the Wrexham Wheelchair Tennis Tournament this weekend, with Wrexham Tennis Centre hosting the penultimate British world ranking event of 2013.
It’s the tenth year that an NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour event has been held in Wales, supported by the Tennis Foundation and Tennis Wales, and as well as the British entries the men’s and women’s draws also include players from Ireland, the Netherlands and Turkey. Entry is free for all spectators.
This past Wednesday saw the second week of the BUCS 2013/2014 League season with 40 University teams competing. There were notable wins for Imperial 1st team against Royal Holloway 1sts in the Men’s South Eastern Division 1A and for Stirling Women’s 1st team against St Andrew’s 1st team in the Women’s Scottish division 1A. The majority of Universities will kick off their campaigns next Wednesday.
Leagues & Fixtures
Aegon GB Pro-Series Loughborough – 13 – 19 October, Loughborough University
Aegon British Tour Norwich – 14 – 19 October, Easton College Tennis & Sports Centre
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05/04/14 – 22/06/14 – Nationwide
14/04/14 - 19/04/14, The West Hants Club
13/04/14 - 20/04/14 - Nottingham Tennis Centre
20/04/14 - 26/04/14 - The West Hants Club
20/04/14 - 27/04/14 - Nottingham Tennis Centre
21/04/14 - 26/04/14 - The Edgbaston Priory Club