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Sorry couldn't keep up with updating all junior titles :sad:
Will try again in 2019

Anyway here are the Chinese girls in Year-End ITF Junior Rankings
3 in the Top-10 :yeah:

3. Wang Xiyu 28/3/2001
8. Wang Xinyu 26/9/2001
10. Zheng Qinwen 8/10/2002
85. Wang Jiaqi 25/3/2002
88. Wei Sijia 5/12/2003
130. Han Jiangxue 28/11/2001
167. Xiao Zheng Hua 1/9/2002
239. Zhao Cong Ying 26/7/2001
250. Li Zongyu 27/5/2003
302. Yang Migqiao 1/5/2002
337. Huang Jiaqi 18/11/2002
364. Li Xuanjin 29/11/2001
366. Che Yujiao 15/3/2003
395. Bai Zhuoxuan 16/11/2002
464. Yao Xinxin 20/10/2003
467. Dong Na 14/7/2003
471. Tian Fangren 10/8/2003
514. Zhao Xichen 31/1/2003
558. Guo Meiqi 9/1/2000
567. Dang Yiming 30/8/2004
591. Zhou Keyi 14/9/2000
597. Sun Yifan 16/8/2004

I think Xiyu & Xinyu are done with juniors now, but Qinwen should be a contender at junior slams.
I've been really impressed with Wei Sijia from bits I've seen, I think she could aim for top-20 next year? Hopefully plays more outside China
After Sijia not sure what to expect, hopefully some of the 2003 & 2004 girls can climb up and get into top-100, Li Zongyu & Sun Yifan maybe have potential.
 

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15-yo Dong Na, ranked #414, won the opening Chinese ITF Junior tournament of the year, a G4 in Shenzhen

SF

(1)Back Dayeon (KOR) d. (9)Bai Zhuoxuan (CHN) 6-3 6-0
(10)Dong Na (CHN) d. (8)Che Yujiao 7-5 6-1

Final

(10)Dong Na (CHN) d. (1)Back Dayeon (KOR) 6-3 1-6 6-4
 

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16-yo Bai Zhuoxuan, ranked #330, won the second G4 in Shenzhen

SF

(3)Li Zongyu (CHN) d. (10)Dong Na (CHN) 6-1 6-7(4) 7-5
(7)Bai Zhuoxuan (CHN) d. (5)Yang Mingqiao 6-1 6-0

Final

(7)Bai Zhuoxuan (CHN) d. (3)Li Zongyu (CHN) 6-2 6-2
 

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Back-to-back titles for Bai Zhuoxuan, this week she picks up the title at G4 Hong Kong. Should be close to top-200 now

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(1)Zhao Cong Ying (CHN) d. Zhao Xichen (CHN) 3-6 7-6(4) 6-0
(3)Bai Zhuoxuan (CHN) d. (2)Hoi Ki Jenny Wong (HKG) 6-3 6-3

Final

(3)Bai Zhuoxuan (CHN) d. (1)Zhao Cong Ying (CHN) 0-6 6-1 6-2
 

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Liu Le Yi, top seed at J5 Pokhara, Nepal claimed the title without dropping a set all week. Liu is 15 and ranked #589, will rise to around #450 with this title.

SF

(1)Liu Le Yi (CHN) d. (wc)Renne Singla (IND) 7-6(1) 6-1
Viktoria Veleva (BUL) d. Zang Qinglin (CHN) 4-6 7-5 [10-6]

Final

(1)Liu Le Yi (CHN) d. Viktoria Veleva (BUL) 6-3 6-1
 

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Bai Zhaoxuan on a 17 match win streak, picking up her third title of the year this week at J4 Shenzhen. Will move well inside Top-200 of junior rankings now.

SF

(6)Wong Hong Kit (HKG) d. (4)Lee Kuan Yi (TPE) 6-0 5-7 6-1
(3)Bai Zhuoxuan (CHN) d. (2)Zhao Cong Ying (CHN) 6-1 6-2

Final

(3)Bai Zhuoxuan d. (6)Wong Hong Kit (HKG) 6-4 6-3
 

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Another title for Bai Zhuoxuan, her 4th of the year but this time it's a big J1 in Thailand :eek:
She is now 28-2 in 2019 and will move up to somewhere around #75 in junior rankings.

Anyone know more about this girl?

R1 d. Chang Ting-Pei (TPE) 6-2 6-0
R2 d. (13)Megan Smith (AUS) 6-2 6-1
R3 d. (1)Thasaporn Naklo (THA) 6-7(7) 6-1 6-2
QF d. Barbora Palicova (CZE) 6-1 6-3
SF d. (14)Punnin Kovapitukted (THA) 6-3 2-6 6-3
F d. (10)Kristyna Lavickova (CZE) 6-3 5-7 6-2
 

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After her title Zhuoxuan is now 4th ranked Chinese junior after Wangs + Zheng

March 11th - ITF Junior Rankings

4. Wang Xiyu (28 Mar 2001)
10. Zheng Qinwen (08 Oct 2002)
11. Wang Xinyu (26 Sep 2001)
70. Bai Zhuoxuan (16 Nov 2002)
80. Wei Sijia (05 Dec 2003)
82. Wang Jiaqi (25 Mar 2002)
113. Han Jiangxue (28 Nov 2001)
197. Xiao Zheng Hua (01 Sep 2002)
204. Li Zongyu (27 May 2003)
238. Zhao Cong Ying (26 Jul 2001)
 

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Another title for Bai, 5th of the year and improves to 34-3.

J3 Chengdu

R1 d. Wang Shuoran (CHN) 6-0 6-1
R2 d. Wang Chao-Yi (TPE) 6-3 6-3
QF d. Huang Zi Yi (CHN) 6-0 6-4
SF d. (7)Li Zongyu (CHN) 6-2 7-5
FR d. Lee Kuan Yi (TPE) 6-4 6-2

Should be somewhere around #60 in the rankings
 

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13-yo Shi Han (born May 30th, 2005) dominated a small J5 tournament in Ghana this week. She reached SF at J5 in Cambodia last month also. These are really small/weak tournaments, but still interesting.

J5 Accra, Ghana

R1: d. Jasmine Saunder (GBR) 6-1 6-2
R2: d. Mya Raiss (MAR) 6-0 6-2
QF: d. (1)Norha Hesham (EGY) 6-1 6-1
SF: d. (4)Cara O'Flaherty (RSA) 6-1 6-0
FR: d. Hagar Ramadan (EGY) 6-0 6-3
 

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interesting.
 

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Chinese tennis star Han Shi predicted to win the ultimate title in the ITF U-18 World Junior Circuit and did it in amazing fashion at the tennis arena of the Accra Sports Stadium.

The 13-year-old player was phenomenal in the competition as she battered every opponent to set a date with Egyptian Hagar Ramadan whom she also beat in the final of the girls singles category.

She said: “I want to win the trophy and build more points that is why I am working hard. So far, the tournament has been good. The players and the organisers have made it interesting. Everything is good and I like the weather. Every time I play, I feel good and I know I am going to win that trophy.”

Han Shi beat Hagar Ramadan in the final on Saturday

Han Shi started the tournament defeating Great Britain’s Jasmine Saunders 6-1, 62, won 6-0, 6-2 against Mya Raiss in the second round, thumped Egyptian number one seed Norhan Hesham 6-1, 6-1 in the quarterfinals before meeting South Africa’s Cara O’flaherty in the semi-final.

Han Shi, who was ranked 1530 at the junior level in the world before coming to Ghana, participated in the Cambodia ITF Junior Circuit but lost the final berth to number one seed Tararudee Laniana.
https://www.modernghana.com/sports/925103/chinese-han-shi-wins-itf-world-junior-circuit-accra-open.html
 

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田方然 Tian, Heide secure junior wildcards

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This final phase was contested by three girls and three boys under the age of 18 from three countries (Brazil, India and China).

They earned their place in the final by winning the qualifying rounds on clay in their home country, in Itajaí in Brazil, Anning in China and New Delhi in India.
Results

Girls:

Tian Frangran – Humera Baharmus : 6-1, 6-3

Humera Baharmus – Camilla Bossi : 6-3, 7-5

Tian Frangran – Camilla Bossi : 6-2, 6-3

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