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International tennis set for Geelong
Chris Guccione and Lleyton Hewitt compete in a Davis Cup tie at the Geelong Lawn Tennis Club in 2012 Getty Images
27 February, 2020

The city of Greater Geelong will welcome top players when a new Australian Pro Tour begins at the nation's oldest regional tennis club next month.
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Inglis brings home Perth title
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23 February, 2020

Top seed Maddison Inglis wins her second Australian Pro Tour title in succession, taking out Destanee Aiava to claim the Perth International #1.
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All-Aussie final in Perth
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 10: Maddison Inglis of Western Australia plays a backhand in the Woman's Singles 2019 Australian Open Wildcard Play-Off match against Charlottte Kempenaers-Pocz of South Australia at Melbourne Park on December 10, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Mike Owen/Getty Images for Tennis Australia)
22 February, 2020

West Australian Maddison Inglis takes on Destanee Aiava in Perth after both earned a finals berth this weekend.
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Gibson pipped in Perth
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 27: Talia Gibson of Australia plays a backhand during her Junior Girls' Singles second round match against Ane Mintegi Del Olmo of Spain on day eight of the 2020 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 27, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Jonathan DiMaggio/Getty Images)
20 February, 2020

Promising West Australian teen Talia Gibson falls just shy of a quarterfinal berth at home in Perth on Thursday.
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Biggest movers: Duckworth, Bolt enjoy rises
James Duckworth in action during the ATP tournament in Pune, India. (photo: Getty Images)
11 February, 2020

James Duckworth moves to within one spot of his career-high ranking after his first ATP semifinal last week, while Alex Bolt makes a big jump after his exploits in Launceston.
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Bolt strikes out in Launceston final
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9 February, 2020

It wasn’t a great day for the Australians in Launceston, with both Alex Bolt and Destanee Aiava going down in their respective finals.
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Bolt into Launceston final
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8 February, 2020

Alex Bolt continues his impressive run at the ATP Challenger in Launceston, storming into the final.
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Aiava books Launceston semifinal
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7 February, 2020

Destanee Aiava impresses in her quarterfinal win in Launceston.
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Bolt sprints to Launceston quarterfinal
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6 February, 2020

Alex Bolt secures his quarterfinal place in Launceston, taking out Zimbabwean Benjamin Lock in under an hour.
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Marshall through in Launceston
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5 February, 2020

18-year-old South Australian wildcard, Amber Marshall, has celebrated an early win in Launceston.
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Mott opens Launceston account
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 14: Blake Mott of Australia plays a backhand in his match against Pedro Sousa of Portugal during 2020 Australian Open Qualifying at Melbourne Park on January 14, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Pockett/Getty Images)
4 February, 2020

Blake Mott returns to the winner’s circle with an opening round win against Japanese qualifier in Launceston.
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Inglis claims Burnie title
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2 February, 2020

Maddison Inglis captures the biggest title of her career after a comeback win over American Sachia Vickery.
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