Tennis Europe Junior Tour

Prado and Mboko win in Düren

Prado and Mboko win in Düren

14&U | Internationale Deutsche Tennismeisterschaften | Dueren, GER

After two doubles tournament wins on tour this year, Juan Carlos Prado has won his first top tier event on European soil, while Canada’s Victoria Mboko notches her third singles title - and second Category 1 - of 2019.

The top seed, Adriano Dzhenev (BUL), was upset in the third round by the Bolivian, while the second seed, Marc Majdandzic (GER), suffered the same fate at the hands of Canadian Stewart Aronson in the same round. Continuing his blitz through the field, Prado later posted another great win over the third seeded German Bon Lou Karstens in the semi finals. He completed his amazing run with a 6-4 6-1 win in the final over Estonia’s Oliver Ojakaar, who now stands at two from four in singles finals this year.

A similar fate befell the top two girls’ seeds from the Ukraine, both of whom were knocked out earlier than expected. Alisa Baranovska was taken out in the first round, then #2 Daria Yesypchuk made her exit in the quarter finals. A large contingent of overseas players, many of whom were competing as part of ITF Touring Teams, made inroads in the draw. Amelie Smejkalova (CZE) and Aya El Aouni of Morocco fell to Kayla Cross (CAN) and Mboko respectively. This left Cross and Mboko to fight out an all-Canadian final, with Mboko coming out on top 6-0 7-5.

Boys’ doubles champions: Lucas Andrade da Silva (BRA) & Juan Carlos Prado (BOL)
Girls’ doubles champions: Kayla Cross (CAN) & Martuna Ostrzygalo (CAN)

Category 2

16&U | UTC Junior Open | Haid, AUT

Nikola Daubnerova had a clean sweep in Haid, taking both the singles and doubles titles. She was too strong for her doubles partner Cara Maria Mester (ROU) in the singles final, winning her third title of the year and second in this age group. Peter Buldorini (ITA) beat Enrico Balisserri (ITA) in the boys’ final for his third title of 2019.

Boys’ doubles champions: Jan Hradzil (CZE) & Jan Jadlovsky (CZE)
Girls’ doubles champions: Nikola Daubnerova (SVK) & Cara Maria Mester (ROU)

16&U + 14&U | Muller Junior Cup | Ulm, GER


Carlos Guerrero Alvarez (ESP) outdid Louis Dobelman (GER) in the boys ́final. Meanwhile Malwina Rowinska emulated Daubnerova’s feat by winning the doubles as well as the singles, defeating Yaraslova Bartashevich (RUS) in the final of the latter.

Boys’ doubles champions: Maximilion Sperling (GER) & Yannick Wunderlich (GER)
Girls’ doubles champions: Malwina Rowinska (POL) & Nina Vargova (SVK)


Viktor Markov (BUL) was too strong for Lucas Escher (GER) in the boys’ decider. Czech Katrin Pavkova held Hannah Read (GBR) off from her own singles and doubles twin win in the girls’ singles final.

Boys’ doubles champions: Kana Gasimov (AZE) & Atakan Karahan (TUR)
Girls’ doubles champions: Talia Neilson Gatenby (GBR) & Hannah Read (GBR)

14&U | Olimpijski Cup 2019 | Wroclaw, POL

Michal Krajci’s (SVK) maiden singles title of the year came in Wroclaw over Petr Brunclik (CZE), while Jana Kareisova (CZE) also claimed her first tournament win of 2019, with a win over Hanna Telzynska (POL) in the final.

Boys’ doubles champions: Igor Kubalka (POL) & Adam Majchrzak (POL)
Girls’ doubles champions:  Jolana Libalova (CZE) & Zuzanna Pawlikowska (POL)

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