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Biggest movers: Duckworth continues to rise
James Duckworth in action during his victory in the Australian Open Play-off final over Luke Saville (photo: Elizabeth Xue Bai)
19 February, 2019

James Duckworth's trip to the semifinals at last week's ATP Challenger event in Bangkok has pushed the 27-year-old to the brink of the top 200.
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Stojanovic at home in Perth
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19 February, 2019

Jelena Stojanovic, Australia's top-ranked woman at the Perth Tennis International this week, is ready to roll after finishing last year on a high.
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Kempenaers-Pocz stopped in Port Pirie semi
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 20:  Charlotte Kempenares-Pocz of Australia plays a backhand in her first round match against Stefania Rogozinska Dzik of Poland during day seven of the 2019 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 20, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)
16 February, 2019

The stellar run of Charlotte Kempenaers-Pocz ends as the 14-year-old qualifier is taken out in the semifinals of her maiden ITF World Tennis Tour event.
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Kempenaers-Pocz shining in Port Pirie
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14 February, 2019

14-year-old Charlotte Kempenaers-Pocz has backed up her qualifying run in Port Pirie, knocking out third seed Jelena Stojanovic to reach the quarterfinals.
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Biggest movers: Harris makes leap after Challenger success
Andrew Harris (photo: Elizabeth Xue Bai)
12 February, 2019

Victoria's Andrew Harris is nearing the top 300 after advancing to his first ATP Challenger final in India at the weekend.
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No pressure for Marshall in Port Pirie
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11 February, 2019

Local teenager Amber Marshall opens her maiden ITF World Tennis Tour campaign on Tuesday in Port Pirie.
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Lloyd Harris claims Launceston title
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3 February, 2019

Top-seeded South African Lloyd Harris has taken the Launceston title without the loss of set, while Kazakhstan’s Elena Rybakina claims the women’s final.
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Saville bows out in Launceston semi
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2 February, 2019

It was a mixed day for Luke Saville at the ATP Challenger 80 in Launceston, falling to Italian Lorenzo Guistino in the last four but lifting the doubles crown with partner Max…
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Rodionova denied in Launceston semi
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2 February, 2019

Arina Rodionova’s run at the ITF World Tennis Tour event in Launceston halted by Russian Irina Khromacheva.
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Saville on track in Launceston
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1 February, 2019

Luke Saville continues to impress with his recent form, booking a place in the Launceston final four.
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In-form Birrell opens Launceston account
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30 January, 2019

After a third-round appearance at the Australian Open and a week at home to recharge, Kimberly Birrell records a victory in the Launceston opening round.
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Biggest movers: big gains for Aussie youngsters
(L-R) Alexei Popyrin, Astra Sharma and Kimberly Birrell (Getty Images)
29 January, 2019

Alexei Popyrin, Kim Birrell and Astra Sharma were among several Aussies enjoying big jumps in the rankings following Australian Open 2019.
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