Wilson's Next Gen Dominate Orange Bowl
[CHICAGO] — Over the weekend, in Key Biscayne, Florida, Wilson racquets were the weapons of choice at 64th Dunlop Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships. In the Boys 18s division, George Morgan used his Six.One 95 BLX racquet to claim the title over Jannick Lupescu of the Netherlands, 6-2, 6-3. The teen became the first British player to win an Orange Bowl singles title.
Lauren Davis took the Girls 18s title with her K Blade 98 racquet in a victory over Grace Min, 6-3, 6-7, 6-1. She captured her third ITF Junior Circuit championship in three weeks adding to her 1st $25k title in Puerto Rico earlier this year. Since the US Open, Davis has won 33 of 34 matches and five titles. Three of those were on the ITF Junior Circuit and two on USTA Pro Circuit. She will take the 24 match winning streak with her this week to Atlanta, where she will compete for an Australian Open wild card.
In the Boys 16s, Laurent Lokoli defeated his doubles partner Lucas Pouille, 6-3, 6-0. The French player used his strong forehand and Six.One Team BLX racquet to capture the title.
And in the Girls 16s division, 15-year-old Alexandra Kiick, captured the last nine games of the Dunlop Orange Bowl final, defeating Catherine Harrison, 5-7, 6-2, 6-0. The U.S. player used her K Blade 98 racquet to win her first ITF title.
Wilson Racquet Sports is a division of Chicago-based Wilson Sporting Goods, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of sports equipment and owned by Amer Sports. Wilson designs, manufactures and distributes sporting goods throughout the world and focuses on making technologically advanced products which help players of all levels perform better. Wilson’s core sport categories include: Football, Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball, Soccer, Youth Sports, Uniforms/Apparel, Golf, Footwear and Racquet Sports (Tennis, Racquetball, Squash, Badminton and Platform Tennis). For more information, visit wilson.com.
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