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Hon breezes into Canberra final
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30 March, 2019

Top seed Priscilla Hon makes quick work of her Japanese opponent and now faces Olivia Rogowska in Canberra #2 final.
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Myers makes Canberra semis
Abbie Myers (19)
29 March, 2019

Abbie Myers comes from behind to bundle out Romanian second seed in Canberra.
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Grills passes Mornington test
28 March, 2019

Victorian Jacob Grills continues successful return to the Australian Pro Tour in Mornington.
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Hon returns to Canberra on a high
27 March, 2019

Priscilla Hon successfully opens her Canberra campaign with a quick win over junior wildcard.
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Hijikata opens Mornington campaign
26 March, 2019

Rinky Hijikata escapes a first-set battle to reach the second round at Mornington #2.
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Polmans wins ATP Challenger in China
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25 March, 2019

Marc Polmans wins his second career ATP Challenger title after triumphing at the weekend in Zhangjiagang, China.
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Mornington triumph for Bourchier
24 March, 2019

A solid week on the clay earns Harry Bourchier his first Australian Pro Tour title in Mornington.
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Aiava claims maiden Canberra title
24 March, 2019

Victorian teenager Destanee Aiava takes out her maiden ACT Claycourt International title in convincing fashion.
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Bourchier shakes injury to reach Mornington final
23 March, 2019

Harry Bourchier will face Chris O’Connell for the first time to decide the Australian Pro Tour event in Mornington.
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Aiava reaches third Canberra clay final
Destanee Aiava (18)
23 March, 2019

Teenager Destanee Aiava searching for her maiden ACT Claycourt International title on Sunday.
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O’Connell finds form in Mornington
22 March, 2019

Fourth seed Chris O’Connell has reached the semifinals in Mornington without the loss of a set.
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Confident Kaylah into Canberra quarters
Kaylah MCPHEE (AUS) during Day five of the Apis Canberra International #ApisCBRINTL. Match was played at Canberra Tennis Centre in Lyneham, Canberra, ACT on Wednesday 31 October 2018. Photo: Ben Southall. #Tennis #Canberra
21 March, 2019

In-form Kaylah McPhee is among four Australians into the quarterfinals of the ACT Clay Court International #1.
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