Header News – Kungens Kanna & Drottningens Pris

33 Nations.

In these Olympic times, we reflect on how powerful our sport is. In this year’s event, there are no less than 33 countries represented. This gives us confidence that Kungens Kanna & Drottningens Pris is one of the leading tournaments of this age

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Doubles for Lilov.

The 36th edition of the celebrated Les Petits As Mondial Lacoste event got underway this week with a new crop of youngsters hoping to add their names to the illustrious list of past champions. Amongst a field of the world’s best 14 & Under play

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US dominated Bolton.

With a new crop of players sliding into this age category this year, the draw in Bolton was further boosted by a strong squad of overseas players. The singles finals were all-American affairs for the first time in the history of the tournament, as Victor

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WHO’s NEXT?.

Do Not Miss Out on Playing one of the world’s premier junior events. In a world-class indoor facility, some of the worlds best U14 players will compete in the prestigious Tennis Europe Junior Tour category 1 event – Kungens Kanna and Drottning

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Potapova honoured.

Anastasia Potapova were honoured along with other ITF World Champions during a ceremony at the Pavillon Cambon Capucines in Paris last week. Anastasia Potapova became Junior Girls World Champion in her first full season on the ITF Junior Circuit. The 15-y

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Biggest movers.

Kungens Kanna winner Jack Pinnington Jones jumps from 23 and makes his first top 10 ranking. Finalist Pierleoni jumps 21 spots to number 13. French semifinalist Westphal goes from 20 to 14. Elmer Möller stays at number 2 and Bahamas Jacobi Bain is up to

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Girls champion.

Amarissa Kiara Toth from Hungary, Drottningens Pris champion. Amarissa was very stable, with great footwork and a solid game, and put great pressure on Austrian Elena Karner from the beginning. Karner never got time to settle down and show her fierce and

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Dramatic final.

116 years since the first Kungens Kanna & Drottningens Pris at the Royal Tennis Club of Stockholm. This Saturday, the audience was focused on the singles finals. On the boy’s side, it was a nervous match between friends, and not surprisingly, it too

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