PwC Junior Circuit serves off round 4

Last weekend the Courts at the Ritz-Carlton hosted the fourth round of the PwC
Junior Circuit 2021. There was a great turn out with 32 participants, playing in singles
and doubles, under very warm conditions playing on the red clay and on the blue hard
courts.

Friday, on the hard court, the 10& Under category played in a round robin and once
again Ava Pierre was the dominant player, winning all her matches. Noah Rajamohan
placed second and Shri Shibu third.

The 12& Under also played in a round robin format with Liliana Goss proving to be
too strong for everyone. She won all her matches, Leah Neverilova came second and
Elias Drobac third.

Tournament Director Uli Hoppe, said “it was great to see that the girls are being
dominant in the two age groups!”

In the 14 and under Albert Berksoy took the title beating Mico Samson 6:2,6:2 in the
final. Third place went to Josh Richardson and Adi Binoy won the consolation draw.

The 18& Under played in a round robin format and Jakub Neverilov again too strong
for everyone losing only nine games in four matches. Second place went to Willow
Wilkinson and George Zimmerman placing third.

After all the singles matches were completed there were doubles matches. Ava Pierre
and Mico Samson won the 12& Under, Phin Ellison and Josh Richardson won the
14& Under and Albert Berksoy and Rafael Wejbora won the 18& Under.

Uli Hoppe said it was great to see doubles being played by the juniors and that he
hoped to see more teams sign up in the future.

Overall it was a great weekend with some exciting singles and doubles matches.
The next tournament will be held at the Courts at the Ritz-Carlton from the 10th -12th
of September.

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