Aussies continue junior dominance in Mexico
Australia's Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup teams on Wednesday each won their latest round-robin ties 3-0 at the World Finals in Mexico.
Australia’s Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup teams have continued their dominance at the World Finals in Mexico.
On Wednesday, both teams romped to 3-0 victories, with the boys beating the Netherlands and the girls brushing aside Namibia.
Neither team dropped a set in their victories, putting them in a great position to qualify for the competition semifinals.
But it gets tougher from this point on; the Aussie Junior Fed Cup team, seeded second, face fellow seeds Brazil (No.8) in their final round robin match, while the sixth-seeded Aussie Junior Davis Cup squad will battle the fourth-seeded American line-up.
With both of Australia’s opponents also undefeated in two round-robin matches, the winners of these final ties will ultimately progress to the semis.
Australia defeated Netherlands 3-0
Oliver Anderson (AUS) d Joris Bodin (NED) 6-3 6-4
Marc Polmans (AUS) d Tim Van Rijthoven (NED) 6-4 6-4
Oliver Anderson/Akira Santillan (AUS) d Joris Bodin/Casper Bonapart (NED) 6-1 7-5
Australia defeated Namibia 3-0
Priscilla Hon (AUS) d Lize Elfrida Moolman (NAM) 6-1 6-1
Sara Tomic (AUS) d Lesedi Sheya Jacobs (NAM) 7-6(4) 6-2
Naiktha Bains/Sara Tomic (AUS) d Lesedi Sheya Jacobs/Lize Elfrida Moolman (NAM) 6-2 6-2