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Middlesex at Wimbledon 2023

July 17, 2023

Congratulations to Carlos Alcaraz and Marketa Vondrousova on their Maiden Wimbledon Titles.

There was plenty of Middlesex players in action over the past 2-weeks -

Harriet Dart

  • First Round v Diane Parry, 7-6(4) 0-6 4-6
  • Reached the second round with Heather Watson

George Loffhagen

  • First round v Holger Rune 6-7(4) 3-6 2-6

Andy Lapthorne

  • Quad Singles
  • Quad Doubles

Ranah Akua Stoiber

  • Girls Singles - Reaches quarter-finals
  • Girls Doubles with Mingge Xu - Round of 16

Mika Stojsavljeic

  • Girls Singles - Reaches quarter-finals in her Junior Grand Slam debut.
  • Girls Doubles with Hephzibah Oluwadare- Round of 16

Given Roach

  • Girls Singles
  • Girls Doubles with Ellie Blackford

Imogen Haddad

  • Girls Singles
  • Girls Doubles with Hannah Read

Hollie Smart

  • 14U Girls Singles. Wins all her group matches to reach the finals. Falling 6-3 6-1 to eventual winner Luna Vujovic.

Leo Wright

  • 14U Boys Singles. Wins 1-group match and loses 2 tight matches to finish 3rd in his group. In the consolation semi-finals, produces a strong comeback to to play in the 9-10th play off but falls to fellow British player Rhys Lawlor.

Notable British Results

  • Men's Doubles Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof win the Men's Doubles Title and earn the World No.1 Doubles ranking.
  • Boys Singles Henry Searle wins the Boys Title. The first British player to do so since 1962.
  • Men's Wheelchair Doubles Alfie Hewtt and Gordon Reid take the title for the 5th time.
  • 14U Boys Singles Mark Ceban backs up his number 1 ranking to go undefeated and pick up the title.
  • Men's Wheelchair Singles Alfie Hewett finishes runner up.
  • Girls Doubles Hannah Klugman and Isabelle Lacy reach the girls doubles finals.
  • Mixed Doubles Olivia Nicholls and Johnny O'Mara reach the Semi-finals
  • Ladies Doubles Nikita Bains and Maia Lumsden reach the Quarter-finals
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