Thursday, June 6, 2024


Mackay and Whitsunday Life

Pioneer Tennis Juniors Shine at Emerald Open

Recently, Pioneer Tennis Juniors travelled out to the Emerald Open. Great country tournament part of the "Aussie Gold Natural Spring Water" Capra Series. 

8 of Pioneer's Next Gen Squad made up part of the 84-player tournament where they showcased some fantastic results. 

In the 10 & Unders, Uday Singh and Isabelle Daniel took out both the singles before teaming up with other club’s players and taking out the Doubles too. 

They both now will be receive 50% off Solar Bat Sunglasses and will receive FREE entry into the QLD Head State Age.

They will also find out where they will move to in terms of the Racquet World's Prince and Princess Races.

In the 14&16 Boys Singles, Raice Gibbons lost in the finals of the Boys Singles, with fellow stable mate, Noah Piperidis taking out 3rd position. 

In the 12& Under, Tommy Louw seeded 1, lived up to his billing as the one to beat in taking out the 12& Under Singles. In the Prince Race, he will be flying high as he is moving through onto Gladstone and then Mackay with the top position in his sights.

Lexi Tapp finished 9th in the Open Ladies winning $100 for her efforts and moving her up in the Capra's Queen's Race to No. 6. 

Lilly Shepherd also in the Open Ladies Singles seeded 4th and won $350 for her efforts which will see her move to number 2 in the Capra's Queen Race. 

Lucas Chansoonsen represented Pioneer well in the Open Men's draw and winning and losing in super tie breaks all weekend.

Lucas finished 11th from the field of Open men and sees him now No. 8 on the Capra's Kings Race. 

Next stop…Gladstone, open this weekend, June 7-9.

By Pioneer Tennis Inc

Uday Singh and Isabelle Daniel took out both the singles and received 50% off Solar Bat Sunglasses as well as a FREE entry into the QLD Head State Age. Photo Credit: Pioneer Tennis Inc (Facebook)

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