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ITF World Junior Tennis Finals



August 18, 2012
Prostejov, Czech Republic - USA boys team and Slovak Republic girls team won the overall titles at the 2012 ITF World Junior Tennis Finals on Saturday 18 August.

Sixteen boys and 16 girls teams have taken part in the finals of the ITF's world junior team competition for players aged 14-and-under.

BOYS FINAL

USA [1] defeated KOREA, REP [2] 2-0:

Michael Mmoh (USA) d. Yun Seong Chung (KOR) 64 63

Francis Tiafoe (USA) d. Duck Hee Lee (KOR) 75 64

Doubles not played

BOYS 3rd PLACE PLAY-OFF

JAPAN [6] defeated BRAZIL [4] 2-0:

Riki Oshima (JPN) d. Lucas Koelle (BRA) 64 61

Renta Tokuda (JPN) d. Orlando Luz (BRA) 64 26 62

Doubles not played

BOYS 15th PLACE PLAY-OFF

SOUTH AFRICA defeated MEXICO 2:1:

Jandre Lessing (RSA) d. Pablo Guerra (MEX) 61 63

Santiago Suarez (MEX) d. Calvin Jordaan (RSA) 60 60

Louwrens Hubert Badenhorst/Calvin Jordaan (RSA) d. Pablo Guerra/Santiago Suarez (MEX) 46 63 61

BOYS FINAL STANDINGS

1. USA [1]

2. KOREA, REP [2]

3. JAPAN [6]

4. BRAZIL [4]

5. SPAIN [3]

6. GERMANY [5]

7. CHINESE TAIPEI

8. ARGENTINA [7]

9. AUSTRALIA

10. FRANCE

11. GREAT BRITAIN [8]

12. CHILE

13. SWITZERLAND

14. CZECH REPUBLIC

15. SOUTH AFRICA

16. MEXICO

GIRLS FINAL

SLOVAK REPUBLIC defeated GREAT BRITAIN [2] 2-1:

Tereza Mihalikova (SVK) d. Jazzi Plews (GBR) 76(2) 46 75

Gabriella Taylor (GBR) d. Victoria Kuzmova (SVK) 61 64

Tereza Mihalikova/Victoria Kuzmova (SVK) d. Maia Lumsden/Jazzi Plews (GBR) 62 75

GIRLS 3rd PLACE PLAY-OFF

GERMANY [4] defeated CZECH REPUBLIC [5] 2-1:

Katharina Gerlach (GER) d. Denisa Cichova (CZE) 61 62

Lena Rueffer (GER) d. Tereza Kolarova (CZE) 61 61

Doubles not played

GIRLS 15th PLACE PLAY-OFF

COLOMBIA [8] defeated THAILAND 2-1:

Manita Bootsarakomvisit (THA) d. Diana Monsalve (COL) 76(4) 06 62

Juliana Valero (COL) d. Napharat Sawangkaew (THA) 64 63

Napharat Sawangkaew/Wijitbanjong Pakkaro (THA) d. Diana Monsalve/Juliana Valero (COL) 75 75

GIRLS FINAL STANDINGS:

1. SLOVAK REPUBLIC

2. GREAT BRITAIN [2]

3. GERMANY [4]

4. CZECH REPUBLIC [5]

5. CHINA, P.R [6]

6. AUSTRALIA [3]

7. USA [1]

8. CANADA [7]

9. EGYPT

10. INDIA

11. RUSSIA

12. PERU

13. CROATIA

14. ARGENTINA

15. THAILAND

16. COLOMBIA

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