Harriet Dart by James Jordan Photography
The AEGON Junior Internationals in Newcastle and Solihull concluded on Saturday with victory for British juniors at both tournaments.
At the ITF 18U tournament in Newcastle, the boys' singles title went to fifth seed Myles Orton, who defeated Johan Tatlot of France 4-6, 6-2, 6-2.
The 17 year-old had knocked out the top seed Joshua Page in the quarter-finals after recovering from a set down and reached the final with a another three set victory over the unseeded Luke Johnson.
There was better news for Page in the doubles though as he partnered Jordan Angus to the title with a 6-3, 6-2 defeat of Tatlot and Calvin Hemery.
There was a guaranteed British winner in the girls' singles going into finals day on Saturday with third seed Harriet Dart facing the unseeded Georgia Craven.
Craven had beaten second seed Pippa Horn to reach the final but Dart was too strong for her in Saturday's final, claiming the title with a 6-3, 7-6(7) success.
Success in the singles for Dart ensured the 14 year-old ended the week with a clean sweep of titles after partnering Horn to victory in the doubles, winning 6-4, 6-7(3), [10-7] against Alice Keddie and Yuriko Miyazaki.
Meanwhile at the Tennis Europe 14U tournament in Solihull, Saturday’s boys’ singles final was between second seed Bjorn Thomson and last week’s runner-up in Edinburgh, Luke Oakley.
The title went to the second seed, who won a close contest in a Championship Tie-Break 7-6(7), 2-6, 10-3 to secure the victory.
Oakley and Thomson joined forces to win the doubles title, beating Jay Clarke and Omari Owens-Maxwell 7-6(3), 6-2.
The girls' singles title also went the way of a seed as top seed Jasmine Amber Asghar comfortably beat the Romanian second seed Karola Bejenaru 6-1, 6-1.
Asghar also won the doubles title with Eden Richardson after claiming a 6-1, 6-1 win against Ellie-Rose Griffiths and Emily Smith.
View the completed draw sheets from Newcastle & Solihull.
Elsewhere in junior tournaments involving British players, Toby Mitchell will contest the boys’ singles final at the ITF Grade 4 Canadian 18U Junior World Ranking Event.
The Briton beat home favourite Todd Fought 6-3, 4-6, 6-1 in the semi-finals and now faces another Canadian, second seed Hugo Di Feo for the title.
Joshua Ward-Hibbert and Sam Hutt reached the quarter-finals of the singles draw at the ITF Grade 1 Mediterranee Avenir 2011 in Casablanca, Morocco before both were defeated in closely fought three set matches to the second and first seeds respectively.
Meanwhile in the doubles Alex Sendegeya reached the final with Russian partner Elistratov before the pair were beaten by the second seeds.
Maia Lumsden and Anna Brogan reached the semi-finals of the doubles at the Tennis Europe 14U Category 1 Windmill Cup in Netherlands before being defeated by the third seeds and eventual champions.
Conor Poland-Smith also reached the semi-finals of a doubles draw at the ITF Grade 4 tournament in Hillegom, Netherlands with partner Den Toom before the pair were forced to withdraw to hand their opponents a walkover.