Tennis, Russia boys and USA girls win titles

Tennis, Russia boys and USA girls win titles

Prostejov – Czech Republic, August 10, 2013: Russia boys and USA girls won the overall titles at the 2013 ITF World Junior Tennis Finals place in Prostejov, Czech Republic on Saturday 10 August. 16 boys and 16 girls teams are taking part in the finals of the ITF’s world junior team competition for players aged 14-and-under. A total of 164 teams from 89 countries have taken part in this year’s event.

ITF WORLD JUNIOR TENNIS FINALS, PROSTEJOV, CZECH REPUBLIC

BOYS’ FINAL

RUSSIA [2] defeated USA [4] 2-1:

Patrick Kypson (USA) d. Philipp Klimov (RUS) 76(4) 75

Artem Dubrivnyy (RUS) d. Gianni Ross (USA) 46 63 62

Artem Dubrivnyy/Philipp Klimov (RUS) d. Sam Riffice/Gianni Ross (USA) 75 76(6)

BOYS’ 3rd PLACE PLAY-OFF

FRANCE [3] defeated AUSTRALIA [1] 2-0:

Matteo Martineau (FRA) d. Kody Pearson (AUS) 60 63

Corentin Moutet (FRA) d. Alex De Minaur (AUS) 76(2) 64

Doubles not played

BOYS’ 13th PLACE PLAY-OFF

JAPAN defeated INDIA 2-1:

Alex Solanki (IND) d. Daisuke Sumizawa (JPN) 63 64

Yunosuke Tanaka (JPN) d. Nitin Kumar Sinha (IND) 63 60

Yunosuke Tanaka/Daisuke Sumizawa (JPN) d. Vasisht Vinod Cheruku/Alex Solanki (IND) 67(4 64 75

BOYS’ 15th PLACE PLAY-OFF

ITALY defeated TUNISIA 2-0:

Guido Marson (ITA) d. Mohamed Ali Bellalouna (TUN) 60 67(5) 62

Nicolas Merzetti (ITA) d. Youssef Dabbabi (TUN) 63 60

Doubles not played

BOYS’ FINAL STANDINGS:

1. Russia [2]. 2. USA [4]. 3. France [3]. 4. Australia [1]. 5. Canada [6]. 6. Argentina [5]. 7. Great Britain [7]. 8. Czech Republic. 9. Turkey. 10. Chile. 11. Brazil [8]. 12. Thailand. 13. Japan. 14. India. 15. Italy. 16. Tunisia

GIRLS’ FINAL

USA [5] defeated RUSSIA [2] 2-0:

Claire Liu (USA) d. Sofya Zhuk (RUS) 26 64 63

Catherine Bellis (USA) d. Evgeniya Levashova (RUS) 62 61

Doubles not played

GIRLS’ 3rd PLACE PLAY-OFF

CZECH REUBLIC [1] defeated CANADA [4] 2-1:

Charlotte Robillard-Millette (CAN) d. Monica Kilnarova (RUS) 46 64 63

Marketa Vondrousova (CZE) d. Katherine Sebov (CAN) 62 63

Ana Slovakova/Marketa Vondrousova (CZE) d. Charlotte Robillard-Millette/Katherine Sebov (CAN) 61 60

GIRLS’ 13th PLACE PLAY OFF

JAPAN defeated THAILAND 2-0:

Kimika Sakata (JPN) d. Priyachanok Sukanha (THA) 63 62

Saya Ito (JPN) d. Pichayatida Jandeng (THA) 36 60 63

Doubles not played

GIRLS’ 15th PLACE PLAY-OFF

ITALY defeated PERU 2-0:

Tatiana Pieri (ITA) d. Anastasia Iamachkine (PER) 63 75

Federica Bilardo (ITA) d. Maria Gracia Koo (PER) 61 63

Doubles not played

GIRLS’ FINAL STANDINGS:

1. USA [5]. 2. Russia [2]. 3. Czech Republic [1]. 4. Canada [4]. 5. India. 6. Australia [3]. 7. Romania [7]. 8. South Africa. 9. Spain [6]. 10. Egypt. 11. Great Britain. 12. Colombia [8]. 13. Japan. 14. Thailand. 15. Italy. 16. Peru —- ITTF/Photo: Martin Sidorjak

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