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Rothesay Open Nottingham 2022: Daily updates & results


Your home of daily updates from the Nottingham Tennis Centre. You can watch the Rothesay Open Nottingham live across BBC digital channels and Amazon Prime (WTA only).


  • Beatriz Haddad Maia defeated Alison Riske 6-4, 1-6, 6-3 in the WTA final
  • Dan Evans beat Jordan Thompson 6-4, 6-4
  • Jonny O'Mara and Ken Skupski win men's doubles title
  • Play will start at 1:00pm on Sunday 12 June
  • Match centre - live scores, draws, order of play
  • Free programme

Day seven: Evans and Haddad Maia crowned Nottingham champions

Dan Evans is the Rothesay Open Nottingham champion for a second time in his career after beating Australia's Jordan Thompson 6-4, 6-4.

Evans etched his name in the history books as only the seventh man to win the singles title twice - joining Greg Rusedski, Ivo Karlovic, Richard Gasquet, Dudi Sela, Jonas Bjorkman and Stan Smith.

The British No.2 is also the first player to win three Challenger titles on grass since 1996 and equalled Alex Bogdanovic's for Challenger titles won by a Brit with nine.

Both sets in the final followed similar patterns, with a run of three consecutive breaks in the middle as Thompson failed to hold on both occassions when he managed to crack the Brit's serve. In the end, Evans's quality shone through and he completed his winning record for the week as the third seed sent a backhand wide of the tramlines.


Beatriz Haddad Maia has won the women's singles title at the Rothesay Open Nottingham after defeating sixth seed Alison Riske 6-4, 1-6, 6-3 in a finals day thriller on Centre Court.

The win marks her first WTA Tour level title in only her 10th match on grass throughout her career.

After a high octane start, which saw Haddad Maia power past Riske in the opening set, the Brazilian lost eight of the next 10 games to find herself a break down in the decider. With a tense exchange in the middle of the third set, Haddad Maia appeared to get fired up from a line call that went against her and once again found her rhythm. When she found her consistency, there was little Riske could do to prevent the Brazilian taking the win in two hours and 21 minutes.

It was heartbreak for Riske, who finishes as the runner-up in Nottingham for the second time in her career.

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