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BNP Paribas World Team Cup

Antalya, Turkey 07 - 12 May 2024

Dahnon Ward hitting a forehand at the World Team Cup
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BNP Paribas World Team Cup 2022: Daily updates, results and live stream


Get the latest from the Brits in Portugal as they compete for the men's, women's quad and junior titles in the BNP Paribas World Team Cup.


  • Great Britian's junior team finish with a silver medal
  • The juniors finish second for the third straight year
  • Great Britain's men's team defeat Malaysia to finish fifth
  • Get all the live scores here

Day seven results

Junior's: Great Britain 1-2  Australia 

Men's: Great Britain 2-0  Malaysia

Great Britain’s junior team finished with a silver medal for the third World Team Cup in a row on Sunday after a 2-1 defeat against Australia.

Joshua Johns, contesting his second World Team Cup, lost 6-1 6-1 to Riley Dumsday before Dahnon Ward replied with a dominant performance of his own to beat Australia’s Saalim Naser.

After being edged out by Australia in a match tie-break in the deciding doubles rubber of the 2019 junior final and also taking Japan to a doubles decider in the 2021 final, Great Britain endured more heartbreak this year. Although Andrew Penney and Ward recovered from a slow start to take a 4-2 second set lead, they were unable to sustain their momentum and Dumsday and Naser lifted the trophy with a 6-1 6-4 win.

However, there was a winning end to the week for the Great Britain men’s team after Ben Bartram and Alfie Hewett wrapped up two dominant singles wins against Malaysia to seal fifth position.

Bartram beat Yusshazwan Yusoff Mohamad 6-2 6-1, while world No.1 Hewett beat Abu Samah Borhan 6-3 6-1.

The 2022 World Team Cup ends with Great Britain’s men’s team finishing fifth and the women’s team finishing six – both teams exceeding their pre-event seeding and qualifying directly for the 2023 World Team Cup, along with the silver medal-winning junior team. 

The Great Britain quad team finish seventh and provisionally will need to qualify for the 2023 World Team Cup.

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