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2021 ($60k) : (SE)Quirine Lemoine (NED) d. (Q)Yana Morderger (GER) 75 64

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2022 Draws

Singles Qualifying Draw


Anouck Vrancken Peeters (NED) d. (1)Guiomar Maristany Zuleta de Reales (ESP) 63 76(7)
(13)Nicole Khirin (ISR) d. Anna Hertel (POL) 64 64

Alana Parnaby (AUS) d. (2)Diana Marcinkevica (LAT) 62 61
(12)Sara Cakarevic (FRA) d. Noa Liauw A Fong (NED) 62 32 ret.

(3)Barbara Haas (AUT) d. (wc)Madelief Hageman (NED) 62 75
(10)Andrea Gamiz (VEN) d. (wc)Florentine Dekkers (NED) 63 63

(4)Andreea Prisacariu (ROU) d. Eva Garkusha 46 60 10-8
(14)Michaela Bayerlova (CZE) d. (wc)Isabelle Haverlag (NED) 62 64

(5)Diana Shnaider d. Lian Tran (NED) 63 60
(16)Aneta Laboutkova (CZE) d. Maileen Nuudi (EST) 76(6) 75

(6)Yana Morderger (GER) d. (wc)Bente Spee (NED) 62 61
Erica Oosterhout (USA) d. (15)Amanda Carreras (GBR) 63 67(3) 10-4

Tayisiya Morderger (GER) d. (7)Marie Benoit (BEL) 57 62 10-4
Demi Tran (NED) d. (9)Alice Rame (FRA) 75 76(5)

(8)Andreea Amalia Rosca (ROU) d. (wc)Nikki Redelijk (USA) 64 63
(11)Johana Markova (CZE) d. Gabriella Mujan (NED) 60 62

Final Round

Anouck Vrancken Peeters (NED) d. (13)Nicole Khirin (ISR) 67(2) 63 10-7
(12)Sara Cakarevic (FRA) d. Alana Parnaby (AUS) 36 64 10-6
(3)Barbara Haas (AUT) d. (10)Andrea Gamiz (VEN) 76(5) 46 10-4
(4)Andreea Prisacariu (ROU) d. (14)Michaela Bayerlova (CZE) 63 63
(5)Diana Shnaider d. (16)Aneta Laboutkova (CZE) 62 60
Erica Oosterhout (USA) d. (6)Yana Morderger (GER) 26 63 10-4
Tayisiya Morderger (GER) d. Demi Tran (NED) 63 64
(11)Johana Markova (CZE) d. (8)Andreea Amalia Rosca (ROU) 26 61 10-8

Singles Main Draw

(wc)Lexie Stevens (NED) d. (1)Anastasia Tikhonova 75 75
(Q)Barbara Haas (AUT) d. (Q)Tayisiya Morderger (GER) 36 76(7) 64
(Q)Sara Cakarevic (FRA) d. Federica Di Sarra (ITA) 63 46 62
(7)Sara Bejlek (CZE) d. (Q)Andreea Prisacariu (ROU) 63 06 75

Emma Navarro (USA) d. (3)Joanne Zuger (SUI) 62 63
Daniela Vismane (LAT) d. (Q)Diana Shnaider 62 76(5)
Sinja Kraus (AUT) d. (LL)Nicole Khirin (ISR) 26 62 64
(6)Aliona Bolsova (ESP) d. Tena Lukas (CRO) 26 63 63

(8)Isabella Shinikova (BUL) d. (Q)Johana Markova (CZE) 62 75
Antonia Ruzic (CRO) d. (wc)Stephanie Judith Visscher (NED) 63 60
Nefisa Berberovic (BIH) d. (wc)Jasmijn Gimbrere (NED) 61 62
(4)Simona Waltert (SUI) d. Darya Astakhova 61 63

(Q)Erica Oosterhout (USA) d. (5)Dea Herdzelas (BIH) 61 63
Quirine Lemoine (NED) d. Kurumi Nara (JPN) 62 75
Eva Vedder (NED) d. (wc)Merel Hoedt (NED) 76(2) 75
(2)Suzan Lamens (NED) d. (Q)Anouck Vrancken Peeters (NED) 76(6) 76(3)

Second Round

(Q)Barbara Haas (AUT) d. (wc)Lexie Stevens (NED) 57 63 62
(7)Sara Bejlek (CZE) d. (Q)Sara Cakarevic (FRA) 63 46 60

Emma Navarro (USA) d. Daniela Vismane (LAT) 64 63
(6)Aliona Bolsova (ESP) d. Sinja Kraus (AUT) 63 62

Antonia Ruzic (CRO) d. (8)Isabella Shinikova (BUL) 63 26 64
(4)Simona Waltert (SUI) d. Nefisa Berberovic (BIH) 63 60

Quirine Lemoine (NED) d. (Q)Erica Oosterhout (USA) 76(3) 61
(2)Suzan Lamens (NED) d. Eva Vedder (NED) 62 64

Quarterfinals

(7)Sara Bejlek (CZE) d. (Q)Barbara Haas (AUT) 62 61
Emma Navarro (USA) d. (6)Aliona Bolsova (ESP) 46 62 75

(4)Simona Waltert (SUI) d. Antonia Ruzic (CRO) 64 67(8) 76(7)
Quirine Lemoine (NED) d. (2)Suzan Lamens (NED) 64 76(6)

Semifinals

Emma Navarro (USA) d. (7)Sara Bejlek (CZE) 46 76(3) 63
(4)Simona Waltert (SUI) d. Quirine Lemoine (NED) 63 64

Final

(4)Simona Waltert (SUI) d. Emma Navarro (USA) 76(10) 60

Doubles Main Draw

(1)Gamiz/Vedder (VEN/NED) v BYE
Bayerlova/Laboutkova (CZE/CZE) d. D.Tran/L.Tran (NED/NED) 63 61
(3)Astakhova/Vismane (—/LAT) d. Redelijk/Spee (USA/NED) 75 60
T.Morderger/Y.Morderger (GER/GER) d. Garkusha/Tikhonova 26 76(4) 10-2

Herdzelas/Lukas (BIH/CRO) d. Liauw A Fong/Mujan (NED/NED) 36 63 10-7
(4)Gimbrere/Haverlag (NED/NED) d. Shnaider/Visscher (—/NED) 62 76(2)
Ayukawa/Parnaby (JPN/AUS) d. Prisacariu/Stevens (ROU/NED) 63 75
(2)Bolsova/Maristany Zuleta de Reales (ESP/ESP) d. A.Rosca/Shinikova (ROU/BUL) 64 76(5)

Quarterfinals

Bayerlova/Laboutkova (CZE/CZE) d. (1)Gamiz/Vedder (VEN/NED) 26 76(4) 10-6
T.Morderger/Y.Morderger (GER/GER) d. (3)Astakhova/Vismane (—/LAT) 26 61 10-4

(4)Gimbrere/Haverlag (NED/NED) d. Herdzelas/Lukas (BIH/CRO) 62 64
(2)Bolsova/Maristany Zuleta de Reales (ESP/ESP) d. Ayukawa/Parnaby (JPN/AUS) 63 62

Semifinals

Bayerlova/Laboutkova (CZE/CZE) d. T.Morderger/Y.Morderger (GER/GER) 64 62
(2)Bolsova/Maristany Zuleta de Reales (ESP/ESP) d. (4)Gimbrere/Haverlag (NED/NED) 63 64

Final

(2)Bolsova/Maristany Zuleta de Reales (ESP/ESP) d. Bayerlova/Laboutkova (CZE/CZE) 62 62
 

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Singles Qualifying Draw

(1)Guiomar Maristany Zuleta de Reales (ESP) v Anouck Vrancken Peeters (NED)
(13)Nicole Khirin (ISR) v Anna Hertel (POL)

(2)Diana Marcinkevica (LAT) v Alana Parnaby (AUS)
(12)Sara Cakarevic (FRA) v Noa Liauw A Fong (NED)

(3)Barbara Haas (AUT) v (wc)Madelief Hageman (NED)
(10)Andrea Gamiz (VEN) v (wc)Florentine Dekkers (NED)

(4)Andreea Prisacariu (ROU) v Eva Garkusha
(14)Michaela Bayerlova (CZE) v (wc)Isabelle Haverlag (NED)

(5)Diana Shnaider v Lian Tran (NED)
(16)Aneta Laboutkova (CZE) v Maileen Nuudi (EST)

(6)Yana Morderger (GER) v (wc)Bente Spee (NED)
(15)Amanda Carreras (GBR) v Erica Oosterhout (USA)

(7)Marie Benoit (BEL) v Tayisiya Morderger (GER)
(9)Alice Rame (FRA) v Demi Tran (NED)

(8)Andreea Amalia Rosca (ROU) v (wc)Nikki Redelijk (USA)
(11)Johana Markova (CZE) v Gabriella Mujan (NED)
 

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Singles Main Draw

(1)Anastasia Tikhonova v (wc)Lexie Stevens (NED)
Q v Q
Q v Federica Di Sarra (ITA)
(7)Sara Bejlek (CZE) v Q

(3)Joanne Zuger (SUI) v Emma Navarro (USA)
Q v Daniela Vismane (LAT)
(SE)Magali Kempen (BEL) v Sinja Kraus (AUT)
(6)Aliona Bolsova (ESP) v Tena Lukas (CRO)

(8)Isabella Shinikova (BUL) v Q
(wc)Stephanie Judith Visscher (NED) v Antonia Ruzic (CRO)
Nefisa Berberovic (BIH) v (wc)Jasmijn Gimbrere (NED)
(4)Simona Waltert (SUI) v Darya Astakhova

(5)Dea Herdzelas (BIH) v Q
Quirine Lemoine (NED) v Kurumi Nara (JPN)
(wc)Merel Hoedt (NED) v Eva Vedder (NED)
(2)Suzan Lamens (NED) v Q
 

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No Hogenkamp - is she playing somewhere else this week?

E. Navarro and Nara in the draw is a bit random - but good to see players outside of Europe make them effort here.
 

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Anouck Vrancken Peeters pulls off a huge victory against in-form Guiomar Zuleta, who is ranked more than 1000 spots above her, 6-3 7-6(7). Almost choking it away serving for the match at 6-3 5-2 having 2 matchpoints. She then went on to save 3 setpoints and only converted her seventh matchpoint after wasting another 4 in the tiebreaker. Kudos for her mental there.
 

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Marcinkevica... Next weeeeeeeeak performance.... Why does she fly to the Netherlands, playing on clay, next week back to hardcourt... Can't understand that woman.... How long can she afford being on the tour?
 

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Marcinkevica... Next weeeeeeeeak performance.... Why does she fly to the Netherlands, playing on clay, next week back to hardcourt... Can't understand that woman.... How long can she afford being on the tour?
She's been an ITF hack all her life, what is so surprising and new about her flying all over the world and losing matches?
 

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Juniors Shnaider and Bejlek decided to play this. Bejlek withdrew from Wimbledon Junior for this thing here, Shnaider had no choice.
Shnaider was utterly awesome against Aneta Laboutkova in qualifying, but lost her doubles match (which I didn't see, because it clashed with matches at Wimbledon).

Watching Bejlek right now in her first round match against Prisacariu.
 

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Shnaider was utterly awesome against Aneta Laboutkova in qualifying, but lost her doubles match (which I didn't see, because it clashed with matches at Wimbledon).

Watching Bejlek right now in her first round match against Prisacariu.
They couldn't be any more different - Shnaider is extremely aggressive, always tries to win points. Also has decent power considering her height. She wants to boss others around the court and blast them off it. Often wins with these clear scorelines.

Bejlek plays with more finesse, extremely tough and resilient, can stay in rallies for eternities. She also never gives up, and is very strong mentally. Often wins long 3-set matches, and got exceptional fitness and endurance. Employs moonballs as well and some good lobs.

Two very good prospects.
 

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@Latvian Vismane drew Shnaider... :(
I feel like you underrate Vismane :p

Vismane played an amazing match! Incredible shot making, great defense! One of the best match I have seen from her! Also a great comeback from 2-5 down + she saved 2 set points! :cheer:

That rally at 4-4 in the tiebreak was one of the best points I have ever seen! Does anyone have a video?
 

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I feel like you underrate Vismane :p

Vismane played an amazing match! Incredible shot making, great defense! One of the best match I have seen from her! Also a great comeback from 2-5 down + she saved 2 set points! :cheer:

That rally at 4-4 in the tiebreak was one of the best points I have ever seen! Does anyone have a video?
The rankings underestimate her, she is getting results that already hint on a future top 100 girl.. :) Think it's best to just forget about BJK Cup though lol.
 
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