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Feb 22nd, 2006, 02:38 AM
I think it's about time she got her own thread. She's finally playing her first ITF juniors tournament. She came through qualifying and here is the main draw:

(1)Babs Van Kampen (NED) v Aleksandra Grela (POL)
Federica Dambrossio (ITA) v Ariane Masschelein (BEL)

Daria Yablonskaya (UZB) v Caroline Hitimana (BEL)
(5)Goele Lemmens (BEL) v Manon Veldhorst (NED)

(4)Aranxta Rus (NED) v Anouk Delefortrie (BEL)
Patricia Chirea (ROM) v (wc)Joany Pontjodikromo (NED)

Marta Sirotkina (RUS) v Annemiek Hoekman (NED)
(7)Julie Lamont (BEL) v (wc)Hymke Maurick (NED)

(8)Sherazad Ben Amar (FRA) v (LL)Martine Dijkman (NED)
Noemie Remacle (BEL) v Sabina Kovtunova (UZB)

Andrea Rebrova (SVK) v (wc)Quirine Lemoine (NED)
(3)Aude Vermoezen (BEL) v (Q)Lynn Schonhage (NED)

(6)Florence Devrije (BEL) v (wc)Angelique Meet (NED)
Alina Baronova (UZB) v (Q)Hannah James (GBR)

(Q)Myrthe Molenveld (NED) v (LL)Terezie Vancurova (CZE)
(2)Marlot Meddens (NED) v (Q)Rabea Stuckemann (GER)

I'm not sure what level this will be like but I suppose she should win a couple rounds. Good luck Hannah! :bounce:

Feb 22nd, 2006, 10:03 AM
Will be good to see how shes fares.

We have quite a few girls around12-15 who look promising hope shes one that will go far.

Feb 22nd, 2006, 09:38 PM
This is a Grade 4 Junior ITF tournament held in Almere, Netherlands.

Good luck :)

Feb 22nd, 2006, 09:45 PM
She won her first round match 62 62! She plays Angelique Meet next! great job Hannah! Get a title to start your junior career! ;)

Dec 16th, 2006, 02:46 PM
*bump* Hannah just lost in the final of a grade 4 event in Kenya but won the doubles with Laura Slater. This should put her to around 300-310. :D

Europe rocks
Dec 16th, 2006, 07:33 PM
Hannah :D Hopefully you will get some good results here and become a top junior

Jan 3rd, 2007, 03:55 AM
Hannah is in the grade 3 Salk Open in Sweden and has won her first round match over Polina Rodionova 63 67 62. She faces Mona Barthel next. Also she has now shot up to inside the top 250 in the world in the junior rankings after the 1988 players were taken off the list! D