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Results: 95 Record(s) Found.

Tennis Briefs(5): Bryans Return to Delray; Kenin 4th at Youth Olympics

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Florida's Sofia Kenin of Pembroke Pines, Fla., lost in the bronze medal match with partner Renata Zarazua of Mexico, falling to Jelena Ostapenko (LAT)/Akvile Parazinskaite (LTU) 6-3, 7-5 last week at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China. Read More
 

Tennis Briefs(3): ROGY, American College Invitational, More

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Are you ready to ROGY? USTA Florida has launched a brand new series of "tourn-events" for youth tennis players to hone their skills in a fun, no-pressure format. Read More
 

Tennis Briefs: US Open Wildcards Announced; Fla. Teens in China

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It will be an all-Florida representation for the U.S. at the Youth Olympic Games when Sofia Kenin of Pembroke Pines and Alex Rybakov of Coral Springs take to the courts for the United States on Aug. 16-28 at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games tennis event in China. Read More
 

Florida Tennis Jrs. Collect Titles at USTA National Hard Courts

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Florida tennis junior players age 18-14 captured five national doubles titles, and recorded two singles runners-up and two doubles runners-up efforts last weekend during USTA National Junior Hard Court Championships across the U.S. Read More
 

Tennis Briefs: 'Masters Tennis' Demo in Miami; Tommy Paul Profile

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Tommy Paul can't pinpoint the reasons for it, but there's no doubting his success at the Delray Beach Tennis Center, as the 2013 USTA 16s Clay Courts champion added the 18s Clay Courts title there last month. Read More
 

4 Teams Win Championships at Central Florida Kids Team Tennis Challenge

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Teams from Altamonte Springs, Jacksonville, Orlando, and Seminole County were crowned champions at the Central Florida Kids Team Tennis Challenge, presented by Wilson Racquet Sports, and hosted by Sanlando Park in Altamonte Springs on July 26-27, 2014. Read More
 

Tennis Briefs: Ft. Myers Kids Challenge; Tampa's Isner, Sock Win Atlanta

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Tampa residents John Isner and Jack Sock, good friends who train together after Sock's recent relocation to Florida, each raised trophies on Sunday at the BB&T Atlanta Open in Georgia. Read More
 

Florida's Kozlov, Black, Lead U.S. Jr. US Open Hopes

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Wimbledon boys' runner-up Stefan Kozlov and US Open girls' runner-up Tornado Alicia Black are among the top U.S. junior hopes accepted into the main draw for the 2014 US Open Junior Championships, held Aug. 31-Sept. 7 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, N.Y. Read More
 

Florida Players Win 8 Titles at USTA Jr. Clay Court Nationals Tennis

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Florida juniors won three singles titles and five doubles championships at USTA Clay Court Nationals tournaments played across the country last week in age groups 12-18, sweeping both the singles and doubles titles in the Boys' 18 and Girls' 14 divisions. Read More
 

Tennis Briefs(2): Serena Wins Biggest Cannon; Miami Play Day

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World No. 1 Serena Williams finished behind U.S. gymnast Gabby Douglas in the 'Best Female Athlete' category, but won the 'Biggest Cannon' category for her on-court firepower at Nickelodeon’s inaugural Kids’ Choice Sports 2014 awards on July 17. Read More
 
Results: 95 Record(s) Found.

 

 

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