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5 November 2020 | Tennis Tasmania

The opening round of the inaugural SRT Logistics Premier League saw a strong of close encounters take place between six club-affiliated teams at the Domain Tennis Centre on Saturday.

Former top 400 player Raphael Durek claimed a tight singles victory over Casey Ambler on Centre Court, with promising junior George Anderson pairing up with Durek and Tasmanian No.2 Catherine Krueger for back-to back doubles wins to ensure a victory for Glenorchy Stringlab over Domain Two-Folk Espresso.

Despite Rohan Kerr’s three-set win over Tony Blom in their singles match, solid performances from Andrew Bourke and Nick Fader ensured that Geilston Bay opened their account against Sunshine.

Domain Whisk & Co Café claimed the honours over Geilston Bay, with the rivalry between Edward Bourchier and Sam Edgar continuing to develop following their recent meetings in a number of UTR tournament finals.  Bourchier maintained his edge with a super tie-breaker win, with Jakob Haas also defeating Jack Derrick to lead Domain to victory.

Full results and standings for players with a Match Centre account are available HERE

RESULTS:

Domain Whisk & Co. Café 3-6-36 def. Geilston Bay Tassie Awards & Trophies 1-2-31

Glenorchy Stringlab 3-5-39 def. Domain Two-Folk Espresso 1-3-33

Geilston Bay Ace Tennis Coaching 3-6-44 def. Sunshine Main St. Financial Solutions 1-2-33