18 April 2019 | Tennis Victoria

Well done to our Victorians for their recent success on court

Players selected to represent Victoria or Australia in prestigious Teams events:

Daria Gavrilova was selected to represent Australia in the Fed Cup World Group semi-finals tie against Belarus

Cooper White was selected to represent Australia in the Junior Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Final Qualifying tie

Victorians who won at ITF Tournaments (Open & Senior), WTA & ATP level events:

Marc Polmans won the Zhangjiagang International Challenger ITF Singles title in Zhangjiagang, China

Dayne Kelly won the M25 Mildura ITF Singles title

Jacob Grills won the M15 Vale Do Lobo ITF Doubles title in Vale Do Lobo, Portugal

Arina Rodionova won the $60,000 Shrewsbury ITF Doubles title in Shrewsbury, Great Britain

Destanee Aiava won the $25,000 Canberra ITF Singles title

Zoe Hives won the International Doubles title in Bogota, Colombia

Olivia Rogowska won the $25,000 Canberra ITF #2 Singles title

Jaimee Fourlis won the $25,000 Canberra ITF #2 Doubles title

Alana Parnaby won the $25,000 Mildura ITF Doubles title

Victorian juniors who won at ITF Junior Tournaments, State and Nationals events:

Stefan Storch won the J2 Vinaros ITF Doubles title, in Vinaros, Spain

Mudiwa Munyimani and Mahi Khore won the 12/u and 14/u Australian Claycourt Championships Mixed Doubles title in Canberra

Other outstanding Victorian achievements:

Lara Bond, Pearl Jansz, Katelyn Kissack, Jess McDonald, Kiana Mokhtari, Olivia Quigley, Ruby Rothman, Eloise Swarbrick, Andy Caruana, Ryan Lee, Alex McDonald, James O’Sullivan, Thomas Patton, William Patton, Max Potter and Grant Sandler were all selected to represent Victoria at the 2019 School Sport Australia Pizzey Cup event, in Adelaide.