EIGHT AUSTRALIAN PLAYERS CELEBRATE TITLE-WINNING RUNS, INCLUDING TWO GREEK AUSTRALIANS

Jaimee Fourlis

Eight Australian players won titles on the professional tour. This includes Jordan Thompson triumphing over Max Purcell in an all-Australian single final at an ATP Challenger tournament in South Korea, including Greek Australians Jaimee Fourlis and Tahlia Kokkinis.

Storm Hunter, Ellen Perez, John Peers, Jason Kubler, Jaimee Fourlis, Olivia Gadecki and Adam Walton also won titles this week, while rising star Zachary Viiala continued his impressive run with a second consecutive singles title on the ITF World Junior Tour.

Jaimee Fourlis

Eight Australian players won titles on the professional tour. This includes Jordan Thompson triumphing over Max Purcell in an all-Australian single final at an ATP Challenger tournament in South Korea.

The Australian 16 and under girls’ team, consisting of Alana Subasic, Tahlia Kokkinis and Gabby Gregg, finished third in Kazakhstan's Junior Billie Jean King Cup qualifying competition. This earns them in place in the finals later this year.

Jaimee Fourlis: The 23-year-old had an exceptional week, making the biggest singles and doubles finals of her career at an ITF 100 tournament in Wiesbaden (Germany). Fourlis finished runner-up to Russian Elina Avanesyan in the singles and won the doubles title alongside fellow Aussie Olivia Gadecki. This is Fourlis’ sixth career ITF doubles title.