TENNIS: Elliott storms to 'Wimbledon' victory

Chloe Elliott was in impressive form

Chloe Elliott was in impressive form

First published in Sport

EYNSHAM’S Chloe Elliott dropped just two games when storming to victory in the 10 & under section at the Grade 4 Wimbledon Week tournament at Virgin Active Oxford.

Her seven straight wins against players from across the region culminated in a 4-1 final victory over Gloucestershire’s Chadani Sundaram.

It was a perfect warm-up for Elliott, who is competing at the LTA Grade 2 event in Southampton this weekend.

OXFORDSHIRE’S 12 & under teams are both in AEGON County Cup action this weekend.

The girls travel to Frinton-on-Sea and will face hosts Essex, Middlesex, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.

The boys will meet the same counties in Ealing.

WOODSTOCK stayed top of Mixed Division 1 in the Oxfordshire Wilson Summer League following a 4-0 home win against North Oxford B.

They are just ahead of Banbury, who beat Virgin Active 3-1 to go level on points at the top, but behind on rubbers.

Witney’s 4-0 win over Banbury B put them top of Mixed two as second placed Wantage were held 2-2 at Abingdon.

RESULTS

OLTA WILSON SUMMER LEAGUE

Mixed Div 1: Banbury 3, Virgin Active 1; Cholsey 3, Thame 1; Woodstock 4, North Oxford B 0.

Mixed Div 2: Wantage 2, Abingdon 2; Witney 4, Banbury B 0; Woodstock B 3, Wantage B 1.

Mixed Div 3: Banbury WE 3, Blewbury 1; Oxford Sports 4, Portcullis 0.

Mixed Div 4: Colston 1, Banbury C 3; Mapledurham 4, Abingdon B 0; Witney B 3, Oxford City B 1.

Mixed Div 5: Benson B 2, Oxford Sports B 2; Banbury D 1½, Abingdon C 2½, Wantage C 2½, Bicester C 1½, North Oxford D 1, Witney C 3.

 

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