TT Tour Champions 2016

The winners have been decided in the finals of the TT Tour 2016 competition. After months of events, shadowing the professional tour, the players at the top of their respective leaderboards after the eight tournaments, competed in finals day to determined the overall champions.
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Orange champion was Hayden Cummings with Daniel Ward finishing in the runner-up spot. Faith Tompkins was third, Guhan Chendhilkumar in fourth, fifth place went to Luke Shattock, Henry Terry was sixth and Getin Chendhilkumar finished in seventh place.
Andrew Dingwall, who ran the event said, “The orange event this year was concluded by a very narrow 10-8 victory by Hayden against Daniel, both boys were able to show their full ability with some great serves and winners.”
Ollie Steer was declared Green champion, Jack Moria was second, Dylan Hall Jones was third and Mikun Adeniran was fourth overall. In the Yellow event Oliver Alemany was the winner, runner-up was Noah Lane and Tinuke Adelakun was third.

Our green event was concluded by a great round Robin consisting of some absolute marathon tiebreak decided matches with Ollie coming out the victor.” said Dingwall, “And finally, a special well done to Oliver Alemany who played up an age group in this year’s TT Tour finals as he came out on top as he battled through both Tinuke and Noah in  some gruelling tough matches.”

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Dingwall concluded, “A great way to end this year’s TT Tour, everyone was able to play lots of matches and have a great day with some great tennis on displayCongratulations to everyone who has taken part this year and I hope to see everyone returning for next year’s TT Tour!

The TT Tour is a series of tournaments that is open to all squad players running until October when the top eight players of each leaderboard are invited to play in the Grand Finals in November with a chance to be crowned overall champion. Points are awarded to the winner, runner-up and third/fourth place players for each event as well as for entering. The Grand Slam events of the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open offer higher points and all points are added to each age group leaderboard.

Congratulations to the 2016 champions and to everyone that participated this year.

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