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Thursday, February 11, 2016

2016 EB: WWW

Last year

Girls' 18 Doubles
F (1) Kenin/Swan d. Dolehide/Shibahara 4-6; 6-4; 10-6
SF Dolehide/Shibahara d. (2) Arconada/Dilorenzo 6-7(9); 6-4; 10-8
SF (1) Kenin/Swan d. (8) Coppoc/Sanford 7-6; 6-3
Q (2) Arconada/Dilorenzo d. Daniell/Higuchi 6-3; 6-3
Q Dolehide/Shibahara d. Goulak/Miller 6-1; 6-3
Q (8) Coppoc/Sanford d. Failla/Hart 6-4; 6-1
Q (1) Kenin/Swan d. (6) Kelley/Pollner 7-6(4); 6-4

Girls' 18 Singles
F (12) Claire Liu d. (2) Katie Swan 6-2; 3-6; 6-2
SF (2) Katie Swan d. Kylie McKenzie 6-2; 6-3
SF (12) Claire Liu d. (4) Raveena Kingsley 6-1; 6-1
Q (2) Katie Swan d. (9) Kayla Day 7-5; 6-3
Q Kylie McKenzie d. (3) Sofia Kenin 3-6; 6-3; 6-2
Q (4) Raveena Kingsley d. (8) Caroline Dolehide 6-4; 6-4
Q (12) Claire Liu d. Helen Altick 6-1; 6-2

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4 players are playing ITF Junior Masters: Kenin, Swan, Day, Arconada. Hence they can't play EB.

Which means, Liu might defend her singles title lol. Of course top 2016 players such as Neel, Daavettila, Kingsley, Shibahara, Higuchi could be contenders. How about Alex Sanford. From the class of 2017, McKenzie, Dolehide..
Younger than Liu, of course Anisimova tops the list.
But we'll see who plays.

Doubles, have no idea. Kenin/Swan won last time. Probably Neel team if she chooses to play. Dolehide or Shibahara team might challenge. And let's not forget Pothoff/Jones, who almost defeated National winner Black/Neel lol.

For example this is Neel's result:

Girls' 18 Singles (Draw Line - 16)back to top
16 (12) Claire Liu d. (7) Ingrid Neel 7-5; 6-1
32 (7) Ingrid Neel d. Raquel Pedraza 6-2; 7-5
64 (7) Ingrid Neel d. Hanna Chang 6-2; 6-0

Girls' 18 Doubles (Draw Line - 30)back to top
16 (2) Arconada/Dilorenzo d. Aney/Neel 6-2; 6-2
32 Aney/Neel d. Lahey/Lommer 4-6; 6-1; 10-7

You know why I rated DiLorenzo higher in doubles than singles lol.

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