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Junior National Tennis Championships 2021: Draws and live scores

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A signature event in the British tennis calendar, this week Britain’s best 12U and 14U players will take centre stage in Nottingham in both singles and doubles events to compete for the coveted titles.

Britain’s top junior players head to the Nottingham Tennis Centre to compete in the 12U and 14U Junior National Championships – here’s everything you need to know about this year’s event.

Junior National Championships 2021

Returning for the first time since 2019, the LTA’s Junior National Championships are the highest level of domestic competition for junior tennis players in Great Britain.

A signature event in the British tennis calendar, this week Britain’s best 12U and 14U players will take centre stage in Nottingham in both singles and doubles events to compete for the coveted titles.

The main draws for each event will start in a round robin format in groups of four players. The top two players in each group will progress to compete in a 16-player elimination draw until a champion is crowned.

Which British players have won the Junior National Championships?

The roll of honour for the 12U and 14U Junior National Championships boasts some of the biggest names in British tennis, including:

  • Kyle Edmund – 14U Boy’s Singles (2009)
  • Heather Watson – 14U Girl’s Singles (2006)
  • Katie Boulter – 14U Girl’s Doubles (2009 & 2010)
  • Jack Draper – 12U Boy’s Doubles (2013) & 14U Boys Doubles (2015)
  • Jack Pinnington Jones – 14U Boy’s Singles (2017)
  • Eva Shaw – 12U Girl’s Singles (2017 & 2018)
  • Elena Baltacha – 14U Girl’s Singles (1997)
  • Annabel Croft – 14U Girl’s Singles (1980)

Who’s playing?

Find out who’s competing in the 12U and 14U singles and doubles events at the Junior National Championships here.

How to follow live scores

You can follow the live scores form both the 12U and 14U events starting on Monday 16 August, here.