HEATHER WATSON has retired from her quarter-final match at the Aegon GB Pro-Series event in Barnstaple this afternoon.
THE British numbers two and three will face-off for a place in the women’s singles semi-finals at the Aegon GB Pro-Series Barnstaple event this afternoon – having already joined forces to reach the doubles semi-finals.
HEATHER WATSON dropped just three games yesterday as she eased into the second round of the women’s singles at the Aegon GB Pro-Series Barnstaple.
HEATHER WATSON has claimed back-to-back wins for the first time since February.
HAVING sat as high as 39th in the WTA world rankings on 25 February, Heather Watson has slipped well outside the top 100.
ROB WEST and Jo Dyer were crowned singles champions at the Guernsey Closed Championships at the weekend.
HEATHER WATSON will face a seed in the first round of the US Open next week.
IT WAS a much-improved performance, but Dom McLuskey could not prevent Billy Harris from claiming men’s singles gold yesterday morning at the W. E. R. Joell Stadium in Bermuda.
DOM McLUSKEY has the chance to add individual gold to the team title already won at the W. E. R. Joell Tennis Stadium today.
THEY have become the ‘Unbeatables’.