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Romero Calvo & Perez win their first singles titles

Romero Calvo & Perez win their first singles titles

This has been another busy week on the TEJT, with events taking place in Spain, Azerbaijan and everywhere in between. Here’s a quick glance back at this week’s action:

22nd Nacho Juncosa Memorial | Vic, Spain | 16&U Cat.1

Now a staple on the TEJT, this event brings together the top of the crop of Europe’s 16&U players as well as many local players who want to get a taste of playing against Europe’s best without venturing far from home. 

Serena Romero Calvo, is one of these players, with all her five previous TEJT trophies coming from events in Spain. She now claims her first ever singles tournament victory, with a tough 4-6 7-5 6-3 win over Oliwia Sybicka in the final. The Pole has also enjoyed her fair share of victory in Spain, playing particularly well there, and has claimed her fifth trophy in two years on Spanish soil. 

Roberto Perez (ESP) also won his maiden TEJT singles title, in a 7-5 6-2 win over Niccolo Satta (ITA) in the final.

An all-Italian Boys’ doubles final saw Federico Gargano & Satta beat Francesco Pansecchi & Alessandro Maina 6-3 6-4. Sybicka teamed with Nikol Marie Jarolimkova (CZE) to pip Vlada Razina & Nina Andronicou (CYP) at the post in the match tiebreak, taking it 3-6 7-5 10-7.

Elsewhere on the TEJT this week:

  • ZLTC Brno Cup | Brno, Czechia | 16&U Cat.2
    Czech Sara Oliveriusova adds another title to her already impressive TEJT tally of 16 titles and 7 runner-up trophies in singles and doubles. Compatriot Dominik Vagner wins his maiden 16&U title, having won three 14&U singles titles in 2023.
  • 21º Torneo Internazionale | Maglie, Italy | 12&U Cat.1
    Nicolas Lyam Basilone (ITA) and Ania Curuia (ROU) took this week’s big 12&U event, setting themselves in good stead for a spot in Mallorca, with the Romanian picking up her first singles title of the year, while Basilone earns his second Category 1 winner’s trophy.
  • Favorit Cup | Pazardzhik, Bulgaria | 14&U Cat.3
    Local Georgi Georgiev adds a winner’s trophy to his runner-up one from Iraklion, while Ofir Manhard (ISR) wins her first TEJT title of the year
  • Mladost Grill Open | Zagreb, Croatia | 14&U Cat.2
    Croat Sophia Santos wins her first title of the year (see post from X below), as does French boy Evan Giurescu.


For the rest of this week’s tournament winners, click here.

In the coming weeks

12&U players will have another chance to make their mark in a Category 1 event, this time in Rakovnik at the Neride Cup. The TEJT will also remain in Azerbaijan (Baku) for another week and will also make stops in the Netherlands (Amsterdam), Bosnia & Herzegovina (Zenica) and Albania (Tirana), amongst others.

Also, big events are coming our way in May, including the 16&U Category 1 in Rome taking place at the famed Foro Italico. Check out the complete TEJT schedule here.


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