Polish tennis players competed for another week as part of the ITF World Tennis Tour. Biało-Czerwoni presented themselves on two continents. Urszula Radwańska decided to change the country.

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Ursula Radwiska

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Last week, Ursula Radwijska played a flop in the Spanish town of Tossa de Mar. The Krakow player decided to return to Nottingham, where she managed to reach the quarter-finals earlier. This time our representative played against tennis players from antipodes. In the inauguration ceremony, Alana defeated Barnaby 6: 2, 6: 4. In turn, in the finals 1/8 she lost to Kimberly Pearl 5: 7, 3: 6.

Martyna Kubka is back in competition after a two-month hiatus. The 21-year-old participated in the ITF competition in Varberg, Sweden. She managed to defeat host tennis player Nelly Taraba Walberg, but lost in the second round to Camila Bartoni 2: 6, 2: 6. The Latvian player and her partner Jekaterina Makarova, Poland and Czech Anna Syskova in the doubles quarter-finals.

This week, Maciej Rajski and Maks Kaśnikowski performed in Antalya, Turkey. The first pole reached the singles quarter-finals, where he was stopped by talented American Bruno Kozuhara. In turn, Kaśnikowski reached the doubles final in tandem with Swiss Jerome Kim. However, they did not go out for the title match, so the Americans Kozuhara and Victor Lilov became the champions.

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Philip Belleau decided to play in Nottingham. This time I ended up winning one match in the main category. In the Bosnian city of Duboj, Jan Wojcic and Michal Mikucha were eliminated in the first round, and Sandro Szic in Spain’s Valdorex. Dawid Takaza, Bartomiej Andrzejjak, Jasza Sagrich and Marcel Politovich did not qualify for Prague. In the Greek Heraklion, Laura Koralnik did not win her professional debut. Alexandra Gillish, however, did not make it to the main staircase in Osijek.

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From Monday to Saturday, May 9-14
ITF Championship results and programme:

Women

Varberg (Sweden) $25,000, clay courts

Second round of singles:

Camila Bartoni (Latvia 5) – Martina Kupka (Poland) 6-2 6-2

First round of singles:

Martina Kupka (Poland) – Nili Taraba Walberg (Sweden, S) 7-5, 6-3

Quarter-final doubled:

Camila Bartoni (Latvia) / Jekaterina Makarua – Martina Kupka (Poland, 1) / Anna Syskova (Czech Republic, 1) 6:4, 6:2

First round of doubles:

Martina Kupka (Poland, 1) / Anna Siskova (Czech Republic, 1) – Felicia Back (Sweden, WC) / Elaine Filin (Sweden, WC) 6-3, 6-1

Nottingham (UK) 25,000 dollars, hard court

Second round of singles:

Kimberly Pearl (Australia) beat Ursula Radwiska (Poland 5) 7-5, 6-3.

First round of singles:

Ursula Radwiska (Poland 5) beat Alana Barnaby (Australia) 6-2, 6-4.

men

Nottingham (UK) 25,000 dollars, hard court

Second round of singles:

Charles Broome (United Kingdom) won by Philip Peleu (Poland, 6) 6:4 6:4

First round of singles:

Philip Peleu (Poland, 6) Punt Brandon Murphy (Great Britain) 1:6, 6:2, 6:3

First round of doubles:

Ben Jones (UK 4) / Daniel Little (UK 4) – Philippe Bellew (Poland) / Charles Broome (UK) 7-5 6-2

Doboj (Bosnia and Herzegovina) $15,000, clay courts

First round of singles:

Jaime Faria (Portugal, Q) – Michał Mikuła (Poland) 7:5, 6:1
Gian Marco Ortenzi (Italy, Q) beat Jan & Jake (Poland) 7-6 (1), 6-2

First round of doubles:

Milos Karol (Slovakia, 2) / Lukas Pokorny (Slovakia, 2) – Jan Wojk (Poland) / Adam Gorajda (Czech Republic) 7:5, 4:6, 10-8

Valdorex (Spain) $15,000, clay courts

First round of singles:

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James McCabe (Australia 5) beat Sandro Szic (Poland, World Cup) 6-2, 6-0

First round of doubles:

Neil Regas Luis (Spain, WC) / Itay Wasserstein (Israel, WC) – Sandro Szic (Poland, WC) / Richard Zusman (USA, WC) 7:5, 5:7, 10-7

Antalya (Turkey) $15,000, clay courts

Quarter-finals singles:

Bruno Kozuhara (US) vs Maciej Rajski (Poland) 6-1, 6-1

Second round of singles:

Maciej Rajski (Poland) – Andres Gabriel Corletti (Italy, Q) 6-4, 6-0

First round of singles:

Maciej Rajsky (Poland) – Fletcher Scott (USA) 6:1, 6:1
Nikolai Frunza (Romania, 7) beat Max Kanekowski (Poland) 6-4, 5-7, 6-4.

My husband is final:

Tour Bruno Kozuhara (USA) / Victor Lilov (USA) – Max Kanekowski (Poland) / Jerome Kim (Switzerland)

Double the semi-finals:

Max Kanekowski (Poland) / Jerome Kim (Switzerland) – Matthew Romeus (Australia, 2) / Brandon Walken (Australia, 2) 7:6 (2), 6:4

Quarter-final doubled:

Max Kanekowski (Poland) / Jerome Kim (Switzerland) v Umut Akoyun (Turkey, 4) / S Mert Ozdemir (Turkey, 4) 6-2, 6-2

First round of doubles:

Max Kanekowski (Poland) / Jerome Kim (Switzerland) – Sedan Pontegodekromo (Netherlands) / Denny Wassermann (Netherlands) 7:5, 6:4

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