Wollongong has been treated to some great professional tennis over the last few week, andsome of our top junior players have had a taste.
On the coat-tails of Ashley Fisher reachingthe final of the Tennis Wollongong International 2 Doubles, Mt Ousley’s Adam O’Shannessywas the youngest player accepted in the draw, at just 15 years of age.
O’Shannessy won twomatches in the qualifying draw before receiving a last minute luckyloser entry into the maindraw. He put up a great fight going down to a German player ranked ATP 628 in the world.
Dapto’s Brooke Winley was selected to represent the Sydney Saints in the Asia-PacificTennis League.
The competition, which boasts the likes of Nick Kyrgios, is a professionalleague with teams from Victoria, Queensland, NSW and the ACT.
Winley headed the line-upbut went down in some tightly contested singles in their opening ties.
The Saints will play adouble-header on Friday and Saturday in Homebush, and then head off to the Sunshine Coastfor Sunday’s play.
Semi-final matches have been determined for the Complete Tennis Night Competitions.
In theMonday Night Division 1 Mixed Comp it was the team of Regina Schlemmerand Dave, Zacand Anne Rouse, who finished with the minor premiership.
They will play fourth placedteam of Jim Issabella, Miq Bermago, Steve Bynon, Nicole McCann and Fats Watson.
Thesecond semi-final will see Ben Taylor, Jason Borg, Bec Ninnis and Sue Monnier take on the team of JasonClarke, Goran Petrovski, Gemma Carr, Karen Tonge and Casey Killen.
In the Division 1 Tuesday Night Singles competition, the Kiama team of Bjorn Myers, MattTerentis, Rob Neal, Michael Phipps and Jeremy Huk finished in first place.
Theywill playDarren Moffitt, Jason Clarke, Dave and Zac Rouse, Rob Corneteg and Paul Dever.
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