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Charles Broom and Paul Jubb holding trophies at the M25 Nottingham

Mika Stojsavljevic and Paul Jubb take home singles titles in Nottingham


There was British success at the ITF World Tennis Tour W35 & M25 event in Nottingham this weekend with Mika Stojsavljevic lifting the women’s singles title, and Paul Jubb claiming the men’s. The men’s doubles pairing of Charles Broom and Daniel Little also claimed victory at home.  

The international tournaments are part of the LTA’s Performance Competitions Calendar which provides significantly enhanced opportunities for British players at each age and stage of the performance player pathway on home soil. 

Wildcard Jubb claimed his 10th career singles title over the weekend defeating fellow Brit and second seed Broom 3-6, 6-2, 6-3. The fourth seed reflected on his success saying, Winning always feels good no matter of the stature of the tournament, so to come through this week and get the title is a really good confidence boost for me.

"This one means a lot obviously after coming back from a really tough year but especially in kind of the manner.”

Meanwhile it was a memorable week for 15-year-old Stojsavljevic who overcame France’s Julie Belgraver, ranked 205 places above the Brit, 7-6(7), 6-3 to win her first ITF World Tour title. It's really incredible. I didn't really go into the week expecting to win. I came here to develop my game and play against top women. I'm just so I'm so grateful to get the win today and super excited for what's next.


This win should see Stojsavljevic rise around 200 places in the WTA rankings.

There was more British success in the men’s doubles. Third seeds Broom and Little overcame compatriots James Davis and Matthew Summers 5-7, 7-5, 10-6 in a close contest - marking the team’s first ITF title together. Austria's Tamara Paszek and Switzerland's Valentina Ryster defeated the Japanese duo of Akiko Omae and Hikaru Sato 6-2, 5-7, 10-5 to seal the doubles silverware.

Reflecting on the first weeks play at the Lexus Nottingham Tennis Centre, LTA Tournament Director Lauren Beech said, "Nottingham was once again host to the ITF World Tennis Tour last week. The GB Pro-Series W35 & M25 tournaments showcased emerging international and British tennis at its best, with an impressive three out of four finals featuring homegrown talent, including all-Brit men’s singles and doubles showdowns.

"Thank you to the officials, venue and tournament team for their support in putting on such a memorable event.

View the full results: 

Women's results 

Men's results

Monday 29 April marks the start of the second successive tournament at the Lexus Nottingham Tennis Centre. British talent include week one runner up Broom, Giles HusseyNaiktha Bains and Sonay Kartal who is coming back from injury, will be competing in the singles draws. Wild cards include Wimbledon boys' champion Henry Searle, Jubb and Talia Neilson Gatenby.

LTA Tournament Director Richard Joyner looks ahead to the event saying, Playing two weeks of back-to-back W35 & M25 Lexus GB Pro Series events at Nottingham gives our players a great opportunity to compete and earn ATP/WTA ranking points on home soil, with these event’s being a key part of the LTA Performance Competition strategy."

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