Polish tennis players battled for another week for ranking points in the ITF World Tennis Tour competition. There were also notable results, especially in doubles.

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Maja Chualinska and Wironica Valkoska went to the Estonian city of Habnem. The first was eliminated in the second round of individual elimination. On the other hand, Valkoska got into the main class and won duels with representatives of the United States. In the quarter-finals only she was stopped by Britain’s Katie Poulter (7:6, 6:4), who is trying to regain her spot in the top 100 in the WTA rankings after health issues.

Chwalińska showed a very good side in doubles. Together with Hungarian Adriann Nagy, she created a pair ranked number two and reached the final. American Jessica Faila and Japan’s Chihiro Muramatsu turned out to be better in the title match, finally winning 6:3, 6:4.

Aleksandra Jeleń decided to perform at a low profile ITF event this week and it turned out to be a good move. At Italy’s Solarino, the 19-year-old won two matches in the main event, including host tennis player Nicole Fossa Huergo, who finished fourth. In the quarter-finals, the winner was Polish 6:3, 6:2, highest-ranked Australian Alicia Smith.

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Yann Wójcik has enjoyed his third doubles championship this season. This time he went to the Spanish city of Torello. Here he was victorious with Britain’s Jonathan Gray, and defeated Italian duo Marco Prognerotto and Luigi Sorrentino 3:6, 7:5, 10-5 in the final. The first representative of Italy turned out to be better than the pole in the second round of the single.

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The rest of the Whites and the Reds did not shine this week. Sandro Szic did not qualify in Torello. In Antalya, Turkey, Olaf Bychkovsky lost in the first round of the single. Piotr Pawlak and Mateusz Terczyński quickly withdrew from the doubles competition in Saint Dizier, France. Jasza Szajrych lost in the qualifiers to compete at the Tunisian monastery, and Zoltan Szabo, Mateusz Kwakowski and Bogyg Sobolensky competed in Heraklion Greece without success.

From Monday to Saturday, 1-6 November
ITF tournament results and schedule:

Women

Habnim (Estonia) $25,000, hard court in the hall

Singles Quarterfinals:

Katie Poulter (UK 3) b Wironica Valkoska (Poland, Q) 7-6 (6) 6-4

Second round of singles:

Weronika Falkowska (Poland, Q) – Taylor Ng (USA, Q) 6:4, 6:2

First round of singles:

Weronika Falkowska (Poland, Q) – Jessica Faila (USA, Q) 7:6 (4), 6:4

My husband is final:

Jessica Vaila (USA) / Chihiro Muramatsu (Japan) v Maja Chualinska (Poland, 2) / Adrian Nagy (Hungary, 2) 6-3, 6-4

Double the semi-finals:

Maja Chualinska (Poland, 2) / Adrian Nagy (Hungary, 2) – Laura Hetaranta (Finland) / Elena Maligina (Estonia) 6-4, 6-1

My husband quarter-finals:

Maya Chualinska (Poland, 2) / Adrian Nagy (Hungary, 2) – Valeria Gorlats (Estonia) / Annette Angelica Koskel (Estonia) 6-4, 6-4

First round of doubles:

Maja Chualinska (Poland, 2) / Adrian Nagy (Hungary, 2) No way

Solarino (Italy) $15,000, Carpet Court

Singles Quarterfinals:

Alicia Smith (Australia, 6) beat Aleksandra Jelic (Poland) 6-3, 6-2

Second round of singles:

Aleksandra Jelic (Poland) Nicole Fossa Huergo (Italy 4) won 6-4, 6-3.

First round of singles:

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Alexandra Jelic (Poland) beat Carola Cavelli (Italy) 7-6 (6), 6-1

men

Saint-Disier (France) $25,000, hard court in the hall

First round of doubles:

Cedina Andre (Senegal) / Maxime Dubusch (France) – Piotr Pavlac (Poland) / Mateusz Terczynski (Poland) 4:6, 6:3, 10-8

Antalya (Turkey) $15,000, clay courts

First round of singles:

Juan Pablo Paz (Argentina, 4) beat Olaf Pichkowski (Poland) 6-4, 6-3

Torello (Spain) 15,000 dollars, hard court

Second round of singles:

Marco Brugniruto (Italy) – Jan Wojk (Poland) 6-3 6-2

First round of singles:

Jan Wojczyk (Poland) – Jonathan Gray (Great Britain) 6:4, 6:4

My husband is final:

Jan & Jake (Poland, 2) / Jonathan Gray (UK, 2) – Marco Brugnerotto (Italy, 3) / Luigi Sorrentino (Italy, 3) 3:6, 7:5, 10-5

Double the semi-finals:

Jan & Jake (Poland, 2) / Jonathan Gray (UK, 2) – Jay Dylan Hara Friend (Japan) / Noah Lopez (Switzerland) 6:4, 7:6 (3)

My husband quarter-finals:

Jan Wojk (Poland, 2) / Jonathan Gray (UK, 2) – Jeremias Lima-Perez (Spain, World Cup) / Lucas Enja Rodari (Austria, WC) 7:6 (4), 6:1

First round of doubles:

Yann Wójcik (Poland, 2) / Jonathan Gray (Great Britain, 2) – Valentino de Pellegrin (Argentina) / Vojtech Vlkovsky (Czech Republic) 3:6, 6:4, 10-6

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