19 April 2017 | Tennis Victoria

Well done to our Victorians on their recent success on court:

Juniors selected to represent Australia in prestigious teams events

  • Stefan Storch and Ken Cavrak represented Australia in the Junior Davis Cup team that competed in New Delhi, India. The team qualified for the World Group Finals in Hungary in September

Victorians who shone at ITF Seniors B2 Oceania Regional Championships

  • Eddie Myers won the V55 Mens Singles title
  • Glen Busby won the V60 Mens Singles title
  • Andrew Rae won the V65 Mens Singles title
  • Jill Meggs won the V50 Womens Singles title
  • Helen Worland won the V65 Womens Singles title
  • Nola Collins won the V80 Womens Singles title

Victorians who represented Australia at the ITF Young Seniors World Team Championships in Cape Town, South Africa

  • Brenda Foster
  • Agim Kurti
  • Morgan Young
  • Alfonso Sammassimo
  • Jarrod Broadbent
  • Paul Kleverlaan

Other outstanding Victorian achievements

  • Destanee Aiava won her first ITF Futures title on the Mornington Peninsula, Vic
  • Dayne Kelly won the Men’s Singles title at the Mildura Grand Tennis International in Mildura, Vic defending his title from 2016.
  • Marc Polmans won two ITF Futures Singles titles back to back in Canberra, ACT including a Men’s Doubles title
  • Sam Groth won an ATP Challenger Doubles Title in Drummondville, Canada
  • Elena Micic, Bianca Compuesto and Ken Cavrak received Sporting Blue awards from School Sport Victoria

Davis Cup – Quarter final World Group tie

  • John Peers and Sam Groth represented Australia in the quarter final World Group tie vs USA held in Brisbane. The Australian team won the Tie and will now play Belgium (away) in September.