Budgen W100 Shrewsbury: Results & updates

Budgen W100 Shrewsbury, Results & updates

Get all the latest results and updates from the UK’s biggest indoor tennis event of the season – the Budgen W100 Shrewsbury – from 15-22 October. Budgen W100 Shrewsbury Highlights Hannah Klugman comes through qualifying to reach main drawHarriet Dart, Lily Miyazaki and Katie Swan amongst the British stars competing1: Draws2: Preview3: Watch live4: Live…

Get all the latest results and updates from the UK’s biggest indoor tennis event of the season – the Budgen W100 Shrewsbury – from 15-22 October.

Budgen W100 Shrewsbury: Results & updates

Budgen W100 Shrewsbury

Highlights

Hannah Klugman comes through qualifying to reach main draw
Harriet Dart, Lily Miyazaki and Katie Swan amongst the British stars competing
1: Draws
2: Preview
3: Watch live
4: Live scores

Watch live

Day two: Swan & Miyazaki sail through to second round

As main draw play at the W100 event began in Shrewsbury, Katie Swan and Lily Miyazaki gave the British team a winning start.

Swan got off to a strong start by defeating fifth seed Dalma Galfi 6-2, 6-2 in an hour and a half, and 2022 quarterfinalist Miyazaki advanced by defeating fellow Brit Emily Appleton 6-3, 6-2.

For Anna Brogan, who lost to Marina Melnikova 5-3, 6-4, it was not meant to be.

In the doubles competition, however, the wild-card team of Armani Banks and Sam Murray Sharan defeated Katarina Stresnakova of Slovakia and Emily Webley-Smith of Great Britain 6-4, 6-0, while Madeleine Brookes and Holly Hutchinson won their match against Nigina Abduraimova and Estelle Cascino in the decisive tie-break, 6-1, 3-6, 10-4.

On Tuesday, Fran Jones will play Emma Lene, while Hannah Klugman, a 14-year-old qualifier, will compete against Gina Feistel.

Recent results

The 21-year-old British sensation Amarni Banks will face Viktorija Golubic in the singles championship match on Sunday at the Budgen W100 Shrewsbury. Banks defeated Oceane Dodin, the second seed, 7-6(8), 6-4 in the semifinals.

The world No. 432 secured her greatest career victory over the French star to complement her victories over Harriet Dart and eighth seed Simona Waltert.

In front of the home fans, Banks upped her game once more. She saved three set points to win a close first set tie-break, and at the beginning of the second set, she just needed one break to move one win closer to the title.

Top seed Golubic secured her spot in the championship match earlier in the day by fending off a rally from Suzan Lamens to triumph 7–5, 5-7, 7–5.

In the semifinals, Dart and Olivia Gadecki defeated Madeline Brooks and Holly Hutchinson 6-0, 6-3, to secure a spot in the doubles final for Great Britain.

Up against fourth seeds Elena Malygina and Narbora Palicova, Dart will be going for her second largest doubles title in her career.

Day five: Banks through to semi-final; Klugman & Jones exit in quarters

Amarni Banks defeated Simona Waltert of Switzerland in a thrilling comeback to go to the Shrewsbury last four. But on Friday’s quarterfinals, Hannah Klugman and Fran Jones’ incredible streaks at the Budgen W100 Shrewsbury came to an end.

The 21-year-old Banks defeated eighth seed Waltert 2-6, 6-3, 6-2 to go to her maiden W100 level semi-final.

Banks, who defeated British No. 3 Harriet Dart yesterday for her greatest career victory, needed to mount an incredible comeback to get a matchup with France’s Oceane Dodin in the semifinals.

Despite trailing 2-1 in the second set, the young British player managed to win three more games to round off the match against the Swiss legend. A powerful, combative performance from Banks at the beginning of the decisive set gave her an unbeatable two-break lead as she completed another incredible victory in only two hours.

Despite putting up a strong fight against Dodin, the second seed, British teenage sensation Klugman ultimately fell 7-5, 3-6, 6-2.

After losing the first set 5-1, the young British player shown incredible bravery and tenacity to battle her way back to a 1-1 lead against the world No. 115. However, Dodin’s experience ultimately paid off in a close match. Playing from a disadvantage from the start of the decisive set, Klugman performed admirably to remain in the match; nonetheless, Dodin advanced to the semi-finals thanks to some astute returning from the French star.

Klugman departs from Shrewsbury with not just being the youngest player to go to the quarterfinals of a W100 main competition.

Jones, however, lost to world No. 87 Viktorija Golubic 4-3 in the opening set due to a shoulder issue that forced her to quit from the Budgen W100 Shrewsbury in the quarterfinals.

Jones began her season with two impressive victories in Shrewsbury, her first event back since the Roland Garros qualifications earlier this year. She also led by a break in the quarterfinals. But the British woman’s right shoulder started to hurt early on, and eventually it became too much for her to bear.

Golubic, the top seed, advances to face Suzan Lamens in the semifinals.

Day four: Klugman, Banks and Jones lead Brits into quarter-finals

Thanks to impressive victories in the second round, Hannah Klugman, Amarni Banks, and Fran Jones will spearhead the British attack in the Budgen W100 Shrewsbury quarterfinals.

Klugman is expected to make it to the last eight of her maiden W100 tournament after defeating sixth seed Lily Miyazaki 7-6(7), 4-6, 6-2.

Banks defeated fourth seed and fellow Brit Harriet Dart 7-6(3), 6-4 to record her best career victory. It was one of the biggest surprises of the tournament thus far.

However, Jones overcame a set disadvantage to upset Elena Malygina of Estonia 3-6, 6-1, 7-6(3).

Earlier this week, Klugman became the youngest player to qualify for a W100 tournament. He will now play against Oceane Dodin, the second seed in the quarterfinals.

The Surrey native sealed the greatest tour-level victory with a display of poise beyond her years as she twice broke the world No. 163 in a pivotal deciding set while also saving seven of her own in three different serve games.

Before taking an early 3-1 lead in the second set, 21-year-old Banks survived a tight tie-break in the first set thanks to three breaks that he overcame and four set points that he saved. After saving her service game from 0-40, Dart appeared to be fighting her way back into the match, but Banks wouldn’t give up and finished off an outstanding triumph in less than two hours.

Banks advances to her maiden W100 quarterfinal round, against the eighth-seeded player Katherine Waltert.

Jones even the score later in the day after coming back from a set down to win the second in only thirty minutes. After sprinting to a 4-0 lead and serving at 5-4 up, the British player appeared ready to coast through the match, but Malygina refused to give up. Ultimately, Jones needed to withstand three match points and a 6-5 deficit before winning the match in the tie-break.

The 23-year-old celebrated by roaring loudly when she was paired with world No. 87 Viktorija Golubic for the following round.

In the second round, British player Katie Swan was defeated 7-5, 6-2 by Dutch player Suzan Lamens, thereby eliminating her from the Budgen W100 Shrewsbury.

In the pairs, Second seeds Emily Appleton and Isabelle Haverlag defeated Aneta Laboutkova and Kathleen Kanev 7-6(3) to advance to the semi-finals, where Madelaine Brooks and Holly Hutchinson will meet them. The top seeds, Dart and Olivia Godecki, who overcame Suzan Lamens and Marina Melnikova 2-6, 7-5, 10-8, now square up against Brooks and Hutchinson.

Day three: Dart makes winning start in Shrewsbury

Day three saw Harriet Dart take the lead in the British competition, and today afternoon’s competitors include Katy Dunne, Armani Banks, and Isabelle Lacy.

British No. 3 Dart defeated French qualifier Nahia Berecoechea 6-2, 6-0 to open her Shrewsbury campaign with a perfect record. In less than an hour, the 27-year-old booked her spot in the next round by hunting down the double break to win the first set and then sweeping the second.

Concurrently, Banks defeated fellow countryman Dunne in a fierce two-hour battle of the British, winning 6-3, 6-7(3), 6-4.

For wild card Lacy, though, it wasn’t meant to be as she faced a formidable battle from top seed Viktorija Golubic, to whom she ultimately suffered a 6-4, 6-1 loss.

Kajsa Rinaldo Persson and Angelina Wirges were defeated by Emily Appleton and Isabelle Haverlag of the Netherlands in the doubles draw. 6-2, 7-6(3) to go to the following round, where they were joined by fellow Brits Orla Cooper and Alisha Reayer, who had won a walkover. Eliz Maloney and Andre Lukosiute, however, had reached their nirvana when they were defeated by Elena Malygina and Barbora Palicova, 4-6, 6-3, 10-5.

Day two: Swan, Miyazaki, Jones & Klugman sail through to second round

When the main draw action at the W100 event got began in Shrewsbury, Katie Swan, Lily Miyazaki, and Fran Jones gave the British team a strong start.

After Swan easily overcame fifth seed Dalma Galfi 6-2, 6-2 in an hour and a minute, 2022 quarterfinalist Miyazaki won 6-3, 6-2 against fellow British player Emily Appleton to secure her place in the second round.

Jones then defeated Emma Lene in a close first set. The French qualifier was then forced to retire in the second set due to injury, giving the British 7-6(5), 4-3 victory. Hannah Klugman, then 14 years old, completed an amazing day for the British with a 6-3, 7-5 victory over Gina Feistel, after becomingThe youngest player in W100 history to advance to the main draw.

But it wasn’t meant to be for Anna Brogan, who lost 5-3, 6-4 to Marina Melnikova.

In the doubles draw, Slovakia’s Katarina Stresnakova and Britain’s Emily Webley-Smith were defeated 6-4, 6-0 by wildcard pair Armani Banks & Sam Murray Sharan. Madeleine Brookes & Holly Hutchinson and Harriet Dart & Olivia Gadecki also advanced to the second round.

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