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Lucy Brown is two matches away from the main draw of the Aegon Trophy in Nottingham after overcoming fellow Briton Anna Smith in their first-round qualifier.
Brits Johanna Konta and Naomi Broady moved into the second round of the Aegon Trophy, while former World No. 8 Marcos Baghdatis also progressed at the Nottingham Tennis Centre.
Jocelyn Rae and Anna Smith moved into the semi-finals of the Aegon Trophy women's doubles after surviving a second-set revival by Naomi Broady and Eleni Daniilidou.
British No. 3 Johanna Konta battled past Russian qualifier Marta Sirotkina to move into the Aegon Trophy quarter finals, while Dan Evans advanced to the second round.
Jocelyn Rae and her partner, Anna Smith, are through to the finals of the Ladue Dioubles - due to be played tomorrow
Our own Jocelyn Rae has won the Ladies Doubles event of the AEGON Trophy with her partner Anna Smith.
They played the number 4 seeds Canadian Sharan Fichman and American Maria Sanchez in the final and won in three sets - 6-7(4) 7-5 [10-8].
Full report to follow.
Nottingham's own Jocelyn Rae along with Anna Smith clinched the women's double crown at the Aegon Trophy on a day that British hopes of singles glory at the Nottingham Tennis Centre were dashed.
Kristyna Pliskova overcame Zarina Diyas in the Aegon Trophy final to clinch her second singles title in Britain this year.
Former World No. 8 Marcos Baghdatis beat Marinko Matosevic 6-4 6-3 in the Aegon Trophy final at the Nottingham Tennis Centre to clinch his first singles title since 2010.
In women's singles qualifying for the Aegon Nottingham Challenge, Briton's Christie Freya and Naomi Cavaday are two wins away from the main draw.
Wild card Kyle Edmund stunned top seed Go Soeda in straight sets to progress to the second round of the Aegon Challenge as fellow Briton David Rice also advanced in Nottingham.
Pictured : Kyle Edmund in action at the Aegon Nottingham Challenge
American Nicole Gibbs battled past top seed Misaki Doi, while Britain's last singles hope Katie Boulter also went out of the Aegon Challenge.
Picture: Nicole Gibbs in action during the Aegon Challenge in Nottingham. (Copyright free images)
Pictured : Katie Boulter in action during the Aegon Nottingham Challenge. (Copyright free images)
Teenager Katie Boulter celebrated her biggest career win with a wild card into Wimbledon qualifying.
The Leicestershire wild card is the last remaining British singles hope in the Aegon Nottingham Challenge with Kyle Edmund, David Rice and Marcus Willis going out in the second round of the men's competition.
Marcus Willis prevailed against Edward Corrie in the battle of the British wild cards to move into the second round of the Aegon Nottingham Challenge.
Pictured: Katy Dunne in action against Mirjana Lucic-Baroni in the Aegon Trophy at the Nottingham Tennis Centre. (Copyright free image)
British wild card Katy Dunne stunned former Wimbledon semi-finalist Mirjana Lucic-Baroni to progress to the second round of the Aegon Trophy in Nottingham.
Joshua Milton is just one win away from the main draw of the Aegon Trophy in Nottingham after beating top seed Rhyne Williams in the second round of qualifying on Sunday.
Fellow Brit Marcus Willis also overcame fourth seed Austin Krajicek in a first-round qualifier, while Edward Corrie's second-round meeting with Thanasi Kokkinakis will resume at 4-4 in the first set on Monday after bad light halted proceedings.
Both Willis and Corrie need to win two matches on Monday to reach the main draw.
Teenage qualifier Nick Kyrgios faces fifth-seed Sam Groth in an all-Australian final at the Aegon Nottingham Challenge
Pictured : Nick Kyrgios with the Aegon Nottingham Challenge trophy. (Copyright free images)
Teenage qualifier Nick Kyrgios celebrated his Aegon Nottingham Challenge final win over fellow Australian Sam Groth with a wild card into The Championships, Wimbledon.
Pictured: Jarmila Gajdosova with the Aegon Nottingham Challenge trophy. (Copyright free images)
Former World No. 25 Jarmila Gajdosova earned a wild card in The Championships, Wimbledon after beating Timea Bacsinszky 6-2 6-2 in Sunday's Aegon Nottingham Challenge final.