BBTA SINGLES TOURNAMENT- The Baw Baw Tennis Association 2017/18 Singles Tournament was held on Sunday, February 18th 2018.

The weather gods were on side this year with perfect conditions for tennis. There were approximately 50 entrants from the association clubs. Some outstanding tennis was played by all competitors and the sportsmanship displayed was faultless.

The morning started at 8.30am with the boys 11 & Under, boys 13 & Under and the girls 13 & Under. This was followed by a 10.30am start for the 15 & Under and the 18 & Under boys and girls.

Round Robin and Knock out formats were played in the various categories which made for a great day of junior tennis.

Congratulations to all the winners and runners up players and to all the players that competed in this tournament.

Results below.

Boys 11 & Under –

Runners Up- Will Kent (Drouin)   

Winner- Regan Awty (Drouin)

 

Boys 13 & Under-

Runners Up- Liam Brock (Drouin) 

Winner Flynn Bethune (Warragul Nth)

 

Girls 13 & Under-

Runners Up- Kyra Manukau (Drouin)

Winner – Prell White (Buln Buln)

 

Boys 15 & Under

Runners Up- Tim Bloye (Warragul Nth)

Winner- Josh Bloye (Warragul Nth)

 

Girls 15 & Under-

Runners Up – Kyra Manukau (Drouin)

Winner- Alex Radcliffe (Drouin)

 

Boys 18 & Under

Runners Up- Jordan Trenneman (Drouin)

Winner- Drew Cahill (Warragul)

 

Girls 18 & Under

Runners Up- Alex Radcliffe (Drouin)

Winner- Cassidy Holland (Drouin)

 

 

The BBTA Singles & Doubles Tournaments .

Held annually. Closed Tournament. 

Boys & Girls Singles U11, 13, 15 & 18 age groups competing.

Keep a look out for next season`s tournaments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extra Tournaments

For anyone keen on advancing their tennis, there are a number of tournaments played throughout Victoria that are available to our juniors.

The Tennis Victoria website www.tennis.com.au/vic/ includes a list of upcoming tournaments.

Juniors up to 16 years play under the Junior Tour (U16, U14, U12).  Those above 16 years  progress to AMT tournaments.  The tournaments are ranked in order of
difficulty from White (easiest) through Bronze, Silver, Gold to Platinum (most difficult).

Australian Ranking points are allocated based on wins. To be eligible to enter players must be
registered with Tennis Victoria (all BBTA players are registered with Tennis Victoria). It’s then
just a matter of setting up a login on the Tennis Victoria website and entering the tournaments.

 

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