Miyamoto vs Lansere
The first final of the day was the girls singles. The match was between the number one seeded Ayumi Miyamoto and the surprise of the tournament. In the first set both players were playing their best game. The game plan was clear for both players, Miyamoto was attacking and Lansere was defending. After Miyamoto won the first set with 6-4, she didn’t stop playing her attacking game.
The Russian wasn’t able to fight back and lost the second set with 6-1.
Making the final score 6-4 6-1.
After the match she got her prize and thanked the crowd for an amazing week.
Congratulations Ayumi Miyamoto on winning the Dutch Junior Open Girls Sing
Baez vs Donski
When everyone got back on their seat, the boys singles went on the court.
When they walked on the court, music that they choose themselves got played.
The crowd was really big, because this match had all the ingredients to be the best match of the week. The match was played between Sebastian Baez from Argentina and Alexander Donski from Bulgaria. From the first point on the level of tennis was really high. They showed everything they could, long rallies, drop shots and fast ground strokes.
In the first set Donski showed how good his serve was and it looked like he couldn’t lose his own service game. Until 4-3 in the first set, Donski was taking the lead with one break.
But Baez started making less mistakes and took over the lead and even won the first set 7-5.
At the start of the second set it looked like the match was going to be decided in a third set.
Donski started off playing really good again, but Baez didn’t make any mistakes.
With the confidence Baez got from winning the first set, he kept on going and managed to win the second set with 6-3. Making the final score 7-5 6-3.
Right after winning the match he got his prize. His English was a bit better than the English of our champion in the girls singles, Ayumi Miyamoto.
Congratulations Sebastian Baez on winning the Dutch Junior Open Boys Singles 2016!
Right after the match tournament director Hans Boske received a special prize for his services. After a speech of the praeses of the tennisclub Marko Jan Ducro and trainer and advisor Ronald van der Horst, Hans Boske received a document that thanked him for his long timework for the tournament.
Bergs/ Martineau vs Angele / Tabur
The final of the boys doubles had a high percentage of French players. They were three Frenchman on the court and one Belgian guy, who controls the French language pretty good.
It was a match a lot of people wanted to see. The French and Belgium combination were having a good start with winning the first set with 6-3. At the start of the second set the French duo got back in the game and took a big lead with 5-2. But the Bergs and Martineau didn’t want to play a third set and won the second set with 7-5. Making the final score 6-3 7-5.
Congratulations Zizou Bergs and Mattheo Martineau for winning the Dutch Junior Open Boys Doubles 2016!
It was a great week. We hope we see everyone back next year.
Raoul el Ouni and Bram Kranendonk (press)