Junior News
February 2005

Chase Buchanan, currently the number one player in the USTA boys 14s, is now making a name for himself on the ITF Circuit. The thirteen year old swept the titles at Les Petits As in France. Chase defeated Lazare Kukhalashvili in the finals, 6-4,4-6,6-4, and then teamed with the Georgian for the doubles win.

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At the Optus Australian Hardcourts, Sun-Young Kim of Korea took top honors in the boys draw after he eliminated the Czech Republic's Dusan Lojda in the finals, 6-2,6-1. Vika Azarenka of Belarus was the girls singles winner, though she lost in the doubles finals with partner Alisa Kleybanova to Nikola Frankova and Agnes Szavay. Timothy Nelly and Tim Smyczek of the United States were the boys doubles winners.

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Another U.S. player who is making his mark on the ITF Circuit is Carsten Ball. Carsten won the boys singles at the Grade 1 Loy Yang Victorian Championships with a 7-6(4),6-1 win over Todd Ley of Australia. The Slovak Republic's Magdalena Rybarikova took the girls singles trophy after Jarmila Gajdosova was forced to withdraw with an injury.

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Robin Haase of the Netherlands became a two-time winner at the 41st Coffee Bowl in Costa Rica when he and partner Antal Van Der Duim took the doubles. Canada's Aleksandra Wozniak was the girls singles champion while Bibiane Schoofs and Mihaela Buzarnescu won girls doubles.

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