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Russian dominance

Kungens Kanna & Drottningens Pris is over for this year. Saturday’s finals offered some fantastic entertainment. It was an all Russian show where practice partners fought it out. Understandably there was some nerves before the matches. The Drott

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Count down

Sweden’s most tradition-bound tennis tournament, Kungens Kanna, attracts Europe’s and some of the world’s best 14 year-olds to Stockholm and Kungl. Tennishallen (the Royal Tennis Hall) in February 22 to March 1, 2015. Kungens Kanna is th

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Season-ending

Following last week’s season-ending Tennis Europe Junior Masters tournament, the organisation has published the final Tennis Europe Junior Tour rankings lists of the year. 2014 marked another year of consolidation for the Tour, with over 10,000 particip

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Players of the Year

The Player of the Year powered by Polar award is given to three best-performing European players in the 14 and 16 & Under age categories of the Tennis Europe Junior Tour according to the final Race to Junior Masters ranking of the season. Over the yea

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Umpires wanted

Would you like to be an chair umpire for a international tournament? Are you between the ages of 16 and 24? Kungens Kanna & Drottningens Pris is one of the world’s oldest and most traditional tennis tournaments. The 110th event will take place F

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Title for Potapova

The Tennis Europe Junior Tour kick-started back to life this week following a break for the festive season, with five events held across the Tour’s three age groups. The week’s biggest event was the O1 Properties Christmas Cup, a 14 & Under tourna

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Upgraded service

We are proud to announce Audi as a new partner and main sponsor for the tournament. They will provide us with great cars to help our players and other international guests with their transportation needs. The limousine supplier Freys Hyrverk and Westin Bu

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US players on top

American players dominated the Nike Junior International Teen Tennis event in Bolton (GBR), winning three of the four available titles. Appearing in Europe for back-to-back Category 1 events in Bolton and Tarbes, the US squad wasted no time in making an i

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The star Potapova

Midway through the week of the 33rd Les Petit As in Tarbes, France, the girls’ top seed Anastasia Potapova marvelled at the tournament’s winners: “Everyone who wins here is a star!” She declared that “it would mean so much

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Swedes in the final

Home players reached both singles finals at the Category 3 Quality Hotel Open in Vänersborg, Sweden, but were unable to take the winner’s trophies. In a battle of two unseeded players, Joris Mouret of France beat Hugo Regner 6-2 6-4 for the boys’ tit

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