Tennis Round-Up | W/e 22.10.17

Monday, October 23, 2017

A round-up of some of the action involving Scottish players last week.

Ruairi wins ITF Futures Wheelchair Doubles

Ruairi Logan along with playing partner Scott Smith sealed their second ITF Futures men’s doubles title of the year at the Wrexham Wheelchair Tennis Tournament. The pair were top seeds and didn’t drop a set throughout the tournament, winning the final 6-3, 6-2 against second seeds B.Johnson-Rolfe and M.Langeveld.

15 year-old Ruairi, also reached the semi-final of the singles event, however lost a close match 7-6 6-4 to eventual winner Asif Abbasi of Pakistan.

Full Results can be found here – Wrexham Wheelchair Tennis Tournament

Second Semi-final in as many weeks for O’Mara

Jonny O’Mara and partner Scott Clayton reached their second semi-final in as many weeks at the ATP Challenger Wolffkran Open. The pair lost to the 3rd seeds and eventual winners Marin Draganja and Tomislav Draganja on a 3rd set tie break, 7-6, 5-7, 13-11.

Jonny and Scott have been in fantastic form of late, winning one and reaching the semi-final of two more tournaments in their last three outings. As a result of their form, they now move up to 154 in the World rankings.

For full results viit - ATP Challenger Wolffkran Open

Semi Final for Fearnley in the Doubles in Spain

After last weeks doubles win in Pontevedra, Spain, Jacob Fearnley reached the boy’s doubles semi-finals of the ITF Junior Grade 2 at Sanxenxo, Spain with partner Adrian Andreev (BUL). On their way to the semi-final the pair beat the 2nd seeds however lost out to the eventual winners A.Schmid and D.Wenger from Switzerland 6-3, 7-5.

Elsewhere Ali Collins and Ewen Lumsden lost out in the first round of the girl’s and boy’s singles draws respectively, and Jacob and Connor Thomson narrowly lost in the Qualifying for the main draw of the competition.

For full results visit - ITF Sanxenxo

Cameron Norrie’s unbeaten run comes to an end

Cameron Norrie’s winning run came to an end after losing in the 2nd round of the Las Vegas Tennis Open. Cameron, who had previously gone 11 matches unbeaten and winning 2 tournaments in the process, lost to fellow Brit Liam Broady 6-7, 4-6.

For full results visit - Las Vegas Tennis Open

 
 

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