ITF Seniors World Team Championsh​ips

Antalya, Turkey, Mar 24, 2013: Final results from the 2013 ITF Seniors World Team Championships in Antalya, Turkey on Saturday 23 March. The Championships have taken place on 18-23 March, with 190 teams from 31 countries competing in ten age categories from 35-and-over to 55-and-over. The ITF Seniors World Individual Championships are taking place in Antalya this week on 24-31 March.

The ITF Seniors and Super-Seniors World Team and Individual Championships are the premier events on the ITF Seniors Circuit. Players aged 35-and-over to 55-and-over competes in the Seniors Championships, while those aged 60-and-over to 85-and-over compete in the Super-Seniors Championships.

Starting with one team trophy in 1958, and four individual events in 1981, the competitions have grown to offer a total of 72 World Championship titles each year to teams, and in singles, doubles and mixed doubles. The 2013 ITF Super-Seniors World Team and Individual Championships will be held in Prostejov, Czech Republic and Poertschach, Austria in September



Italia Cup (Men’s 35)

Spain (1) defeated France (2) 2-0:

Roberto Menendez (ESP) d. Rodolphe Mouveau (FRA) 64 62

Joaquin Munoz (ESP) d. Xavier Pujo (FRA) 46 64 62

Doubles not played

Tony Trabert Cup (Men’s 40)

Netherlands (3) defeated France (1) 2-1:

Marcus Hilpert (NED) d. Jacques-Olivier Moers (FRA) 63 26 62

Arnaud Magnin (FRA) d. Bart Beks (NED) 62 62

Bart Beks/Marcus Hilpert (NED) d. Arnaud Magnin/Jacques-Olivier Moers (FRA) 63 62

Dubler Cup (Men’s 45)

France (1) defeated USA (2) 2-0:

Christophe Delafond (FRA) d. Mario Tabares (USA) 60 57 76(5)

Lionnel Barthez (FRA) d. Jeff Tarango (USA) 63 62

Doubles not played

Fred Perry Cup (Men’s 50)

Italy (9) defeated Spain (3) 2-1:

Viljo Tanganelli (ITA) d. Miquel Puigdevall (ESP) 75 61

Francisco Garcia (ESP) d. Silvano Pozzi (ITA) 60 64

Fernando Cavalleri/Viljo Tanganelli (ITA) d. Miquel Puigdevall/Fermin Romaguera (ESP) 64 75

Austria Cup (Men’s 55)

Great Britain (3) defeated USA (1) 2-1:

Peter Markes (USA) d. Steve Alger (GBR) 62 36 75

Paul French (GBR) d. Mark Vines (USA) 75 62

Alec Allen/Bruce Young (GBR) d. Wesley Cash/Sal Castillo (USA) 63 62

Suzanne Lenglen (Women’s 35)

Great Britain (2) defeated France (1) 2-1:

Nathalie Bourdeau (FRA) d. Karen Cross (GBR) 61 62

Lucie Ahl (GBR) d. Segolene Berger (FRA) 63 64

Lucie Ahl/Julie Hobbs (GBR) d. Segolene Berger/Alexia Ferrand (FRA) 63 64

Young Cup (Women’s 40)

Spain (2) defeated France (1) 2-0:

Ana Salas (ESP) d. Staphanie Sallard (FRA) 62 63

Noelia Perez (ESP) d. Caroline Dhenin (FRA) 64 46 62

Doubles not played

Margaret Court Cup (Women’s 45)

Belgium (7) defeated Germany (6) 2-1:

Gabi Kirchner (BEL) d. Annouk Donne (BEL) 62 62

Klaartje Van Baarle (BEL) d. Natalia Harina-Beckmann (GER) 64 61

Pascale Mossoux/Klaartje Van Baarle (BEL) d. Natalia Harina-Beckmann/Gabi Kirchner (GER) 57 63 62

Maria Esther Bueno Cup (Women’s 50)

USA (1) defeated France (4) 2-1:

Catherine Suire (FRA) d. Tracy Houk (USA) 63 64

Ros Nideffer (USA) d. Beatrice Balme-Berger (FRA) 63 62

Ros Nideffer/Vicki Buholz (USA) d. Beatrice Balme-Berger/Catherine Suire (FRA) 62 60

Maureen Connolly Cup (Women’s 55)

USA (1) defeated Great Britain (2) 2-0:

Susan Wright (USA) d. Sue Bartlett (GBR) 61 76(12)

Diane Barker (USA) d. Frances Candy (GBR) 61 60

Doubles not played. —- ITF

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