Tennis Victoria would like to congratulate the junior athletes who are competing in the 2021 National Claycourt Championships, which begin this week at Canberra Tennis World.
21 players from across Victoria will compete over the next six days in both singles and doubles in either the 12 & under or 14 & under categories.
Tournament director Francis Soyer said he is excited at the prospect of hosting the first National Junior Championships event since the December Showdown in 2019.
“We know a lot of players that have been accepted or who qualified over the past few weeks are excited to travel and see how they match-up against the best players in their age group, many they have not seen for quite some time.”
Tennis Victoria wishes everyone the best of luck over the coming days of competition.
|Ayaan Chowdhary||Essendon||12/u boys|
|Cooper Pearson||Mulgrave||12/u boys|
|Cruz Hewitt||Toorak||12/u boys|
|Lachlan King||Brighton||12/u boys|
|Nikolas Baker||Mernda||12/u boys|
|Rupert Sever||Torquay||12/u boys|
|Ava Beck||Bundoora||12/u girls|
|Koharu Nishikawa||Bentleigh||12/u girls|
|Scarlett Dattoli||Ivanhoe||12/u girls|
|Siena Murone||Rowville||12/u girls|
|Zahna Assi||Mickleham||12/u girls|
|Talia Crngarov||Taylors Hill||12/u girls|
|Diordan Macababbad||Fraser Rise||14/u boys|
|Michael Korobitsin||Warranwood||14/u boys|
|Stefan Harangozo||Mt Eliza||14/u boys|
|Bridget Mihulka||Brunswick West||14/u girls|
|Felicity Wei||Surrey Hills||14/u girls|
|Gabrielle Villegas||Manor Lakes||14/u girls|
|Isabella Crossman||Torrumbarry||14/u girls|
|Mahi Khore||Thornbury||14/u girls|
|Amelia Zylberman||Elwood||14/u girls|
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