14 singles boys winner Casey Hoole (left) with runner-up Nan Hsun Lin and Top Tennis Academy head coach Leon Glinster.
14 singles boys winner Casey Hoole (left) with runner-up Nan Hsun Lin and Top Tennis Academy head coach Leon Glinster.

Top tennis on show as elite juniors hit Ipswich courts

THE Top Tennis Academy hosted more than 140 elite junior players from Ipswich, Queensland and interstate from June 26-28.

Ipswich was represented across the two age groups with 12 players competing to their potential.

The tournament is a major drawcard for Top Tennis and Ipswich Tennis as it as an Australian ranking points events.

It is a lead-in tournament to the Rod Laver Junior Championships and various other high profile tournaments coming up.

Head coach Leon Glinster and his assistant Ellie Matic were "proud and excited'' of the performance of the Top Tennis Academy junior development squad players who achieved excellent results.

"This was a reflection of all their commitment and training over the past six months,'' Matic said.

Charlotte Bohen received special mention for making the final of the 12 and under girls singles consolation after some hard fought matches.

The junior development squad will also be competing in the major tournaments over the school holiday period.

A new fixture season and club championships start in the middle of July.



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