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Venue: Caboolture Tennis Club, QLD: Junior Tour: Bronze (16s) Bronze (14s) Bronze (12s) Synthetic Grass: 2 Oct 2021: Type: Junior Tour | Classifications: Bronze (16s), Bronze (14s), Bronze (12s) | Surface: Synthetic Grass: 16 Oct 2021: 24 Oct 2021: 2021 Beenleigh Open (split weekend) Venue: Beenleigh Tennis Club, QLD: AMT: Bronze: Hardcourt: 2 Oct 2021
Venue: West Lakes Tennis Club, SA: Junior Tour: Silver (16s) Silver (14s) Silver (12s) Hardcourt: 27 Sep 2021: Type: Junior Tour | Classifications: Silver (16s), Silver (14s), Silver (12s) | Surface: Hardcourt: 8 Oct 2021: 10 Oct 2021: 2021 Churchie Junior Championships Venue: David Turbayne Tennis Club, QLD: Junior Tour: Bronze (14s) Bronze (12s) Plexicushion: 24 Sep 2021
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The Australian Open is an annual tennis tournament created in 1905 and played on outdoor hardcourts at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia. The Australian Open is played over a two-week period beginning in mid-January and has been chronologically the first of the four Grand Slam tournaments each year since 1987. The event was not held from 1916 to 1918 because of World War I, from 1941 to 1945 because of World War II and in 1986. The timing of the Australian Open has changed several times. In
Indian Wells, USA, 14 October 2021 | Leigh Rogers. World No.3 Stefanos Tsitsipas has ended the winning run of Alex de Minaur at Indian Wells. The second-seeded Greek was forced to work hard in their fourth-round clash today, eventually prevailing 6-7(3) 7-6(3) 6-2 in a two-hour and 43-minute battle.
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