Life has come full circle for the former Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships ball Alexei Popyrin after he won the French Open Junior title at Roland Garros in Paris. Popyrin beat Spain's Nicola Kuhn in two sets 7-6 (7-5), 6-3 in the final. The 17
Alexei Popyrin is eyeing a Davis Cup baptism after becoming Australia's first French Open junior champion in 49 years. The third seed downed Spain's Nicola Kuhn 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 to become Australia's first boys' champion in Paris since Phil Dent in 1968
Alexei Popyrin celebrates his French Open junior title success. “It's something I've thought about for a long time.” After flying out of Paris, Popyrin spent two days driving from Nice to Marbella reconciling his fabulous win over Spain's Nicola Kuhn
... junior event before tackling the lower tiers of the professional circuit. Australia's Alexei Popyrin holds his trophy after winning the boy's final. ... A purist, Mouratoglou believes the best way to develop talent is on outdoor clay and values
... career in sport, but when former Dublin manager Tommy Carr was faced with his son wanting to ditch the Leaving Cert to concentrate on tennis, he was all for it. Simon Carr had just completed his Junior Cert when he decided that tennis was where his
BENGALURU: Indian junior tennis player Abhimanyu Vannemreddy, who won himself a wild card entry to the junior French Open, described his journey to Roland Garros as a surreal experience. Racing against time to make it to France for the final stage of ...
Alexei Popyrin after winning the boys' singles title in France. Popyrin, 17, now plans to tackle the lower tiers of the professional circuit, nominating Davis Cup as a future goal. “I would love to play in Davis Cup, love to be an orange at least
Alexei Popyrin will contest the French Open boy's final. Australia's first junior male singles champion here since Phil Dent in 1968. Greg Jones, in 2007, was the most recent Australian in the final. Elated, Popyrin enjoyed a watershed day in his
TENNIS bad Nick Kyrgios smashed his racket to pieces during his second round French Open defeat to South African Kevin Anderson. The Australian tennis sensation was 18th seed but the controversy-courting ace was beaten 5-7 6-4 6-1 6-2 on the clay ...
French Open 2017: Champion Jelena Ostapenko believes anything is possible. By Piers Newbery ... It was only her eighth appearance at one of the four tennis majors, the fewest by a champion since Maria Sharapova won Wimbledon in 2004. A 100-1 ... The -
She's been famous (winning the 2014 junior Wimbledon title) and infamous (last year she threw a racquet in frustration and it hit a ball – even with her French heroics, that clip is still her most-viewed YouTube video). The 20-year-old is only
Two back-to-back champions highlighted the final day on Wednesday at the 69th USTA Florida “Bobby Curtis” Junior State Singles Championships, where winners raised trophies in the boys' and girls' 18-16 divisions at the USTA National Campus in Orlando
Future college and professional tennis stars will be on display when the USTA National Campus hosts the 69th USTA Florida “Bobby Curtis” Junior State Singles Championships on June 10-14, 2017, in the Lake Nona region of Orlando. The boys' and girls' ...
Even in defeat, Australian teenager Alex Di Minaur savoured his French Open debut at Roland Garros. "It's just a great feeling. This is what you start playing tennis for," Di Minaur said after his 6-2 6-3 6-1 first-round loss to veteran Dutchman Robin
Chris Evert, Jim Courier, Jennifer Capriati, Andy Roddick — more American No. 1s have emerged from the winners of the USTA Florida “Bobby Curtis” Junior State Championships than any other USTA section. That pipeline will continue this weekend when ...