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Melbourne, Australia, 26 November 2023 | Leigh Rogers

Australia’s main gamers with an mental impairment (PWII) and gamers who’re Deaf and Laborious of Listening to (DHoH) converged on Melbourne for the annual Australian Tennis Championships.

A complete of 69 gamers competed for nationwide titles on the four-day occasion, which was held at Tennis World Albert Reserve from 23-26 November.

Queensland’s Archie Graham reaffirmed his place as Australia’s main PWII athlete, scooping the lads’s singles and doubles titles within the II-1 division.

There was a altering of the guard within the II-1 girls’s singles, with South Australia’s Andriana Petrakis defeating top-ranked Australian Kelly Wren, from New South Wales, to win the division one title.

Rhylee Jackson dominated the DHoH class, with the Queensland teen claiming three nationwide titles.

Australian Tennis Championships 2023
Occasion Champion Runner-up
II-1 males’s singles division one Archie Graham (Qld) Mitchell James (Qld)
II-1 males’s singles division two Alex Baker (Qld) Senya Rudoy (Vic)
II-1 males’s singles division three Andrew Bascetta (Vic) Sai Aman Ramadani (Qld)
II-1 girls’s singles division one Andriana Petrakis (SA) Kelly Wren (NSW)
II-1 girls’s singles division two Schapelle Conway (NSW) Emma Mangan (Qld)
II-1 males’s doubles Archie Graham (Qld)/Zarey Sou (NSW) Joshua Holloway (Qld)/Mitchell James (Qld)
II-1 girls’s doubles Carla Lenarduzzi (Vic)/Kelly Wren (NSW) Siobhan Johnson (Vic)/Andriana Petrakis (SA)
II-2 open singles Timothy Gould (Qld) Sai Aman Ramadani (Qld)
II-3 males’s singles division one Hunter Thompson (Qld) Hayden Ballard (Qld)
II-3 males’s singles division two Nicholas Costa (SA) Daniel Cross (Vic)
II-3 girls’s singles Amy Potts (Qld) Lillie Eadie (Qld)
II-3 open doubles Hunter Thompson (Qld)/Hayden Ballard (Qld) Tom Collins (SA)/Simon Ma (NSW)
18/u PWII boys’ singles division one Hayden Ballard (Qld) Simon Ma (NSW)
18/u PWII boys’ singles division two Orlando Thompson (Qld) Toby Langford (Vic)
18/u PWII ladies’ singles Amy Potts (Qld) Chloe Dunn (Qld)
18/u PWII open doubles Orlando Thompson (Qld)/Ocean Lindner (Qld) Jesse Howard (Qld)/Lillie Eadie (Qld)
DHoH males’s singles Rhylee Jackson (Qld) Justin Smith (Vic)
DHoH girls’s singles Macy Lace (SA) Natalie Tamburro
DHoH open doubles Ryder Smith (Vic)/Rhylee Jackson (Qld) Cameron Bertalli (Vic)/Justin Smith (Vic)
DHoH 18/u open singles Rhylee Jackson (Qld) Ryder Smith (Vic)

> VIEW: Full outcomes from the 2023 Australian Tennis Championships

Tennis Australia’s Director of Pathways and Tennis Companies Lawrence Robertson was thrilled to welcome rivals from throughout seven Australian states and territories to the championships.

“We’re a really proud Grand Slam and tennis nation, and this occasion is such a important a part of making certain gamers of all ages and skills have limitless alternatives,” Robertson mentioned.

Australian legend John Fitzgerald led the occasion’s opening ceremony and frolicked with rivals and their households.

“It brings a smile to my face, and everybody at Tennis Australia, to see such a profitable occasion develop yearly,” the previous world No.1 doubles participant mentioned.

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