Header News – Kungens Kanna & Drottningens Pris

Looking forward.

When Sweden’s most famous tennis magazine, Svenska Tennismagasinet, released its most recent issue, readers noticed a large spread with Tennis Europe Junior Tour as the subject. Dr. Eva-Maria Schneider, chairwoman of the Tennis Europe’s Junior Committ


Tim Essonne finals.

Tijana Sretenovic (SRB) and Gilles Arnaud Bailly (BEL) have been crowned champions at this year’s TIM Essonne Category 1 event. Just days after the Kungens Kanna & Drottningens Pris, many players continued to Sainte-Geneviève-des-Bois, outside Pari


Qatar after 118 years.

A winner in Kungens Kanna from Qatar after 118 years! On Saturday, the finals of this year’s Kungens Kanna & Drottningens Pris were played out. Sweden’s prestigious junior tournament for the world’s best U14 players. For the first ti


Final Day.

It is now time for the finals of KK & DP. Russia against Qatar and Russia against the Czech Republic is on the menu for this Saturday.  Anastasiia Gureva from Russia, seeded #1, had no problem dismissing Swiss Celine Naef. Celine was not allowed by G

Girls’ Finalists.

Watch the Drottningens Pris finalists Brenda Fruhvirtova (CZE) and Anastasiia Gureva talk about their expectations for tomorrow’s final. Interview with Brenda Fruhvirtova Interview with Anastasiia Gureva

Boys’ finalists.

See the winners of the semifinals, Rashed Nawaf (QAT) and Yaroslav Demin (RUS), express their thoughts before facing off in the final of Kungens Kanna 2019. Interview with Rashed Nawaf Interview with Yaroslav Demin

Seven nations left.

Players representing seven countries went on through to the semifinals in KK & DP. Tomorrow Friday we anticipate exciting matches in the prestigious Tennis Europe Junior Tour U14 tournament. On the top side of the draw, the top-seeded players Anastasi

High level of play.

It is clear to see from the quality that we are fast approaching the final rounds of the KK and DP, the matches are more intense, and the duals are longer lasting. With each round for sure, a little extra effort is required. On Wednesday it was the last-1


Last 8 Club Boys.

In the world’s top tennis tournaments, all quarter-finalists in the men’s and women’s singles are invited to a lifelong membership in the “Last Eight Club”. Kungens Kanna, a tournament started as early as 1901, would not have


Last 8 Club Girls.

In one of the world’s most important recurring sports event, Wimbledon, all quarterfinalists in the single’s tournament become members of the Last Eight Club. Drottningens Pris has established the same high standards. Our quaterfinalists are h