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Pro Media & News

Team USA in Review:

June 2017

Pat Mitsch  |  July 10, 2017
<h1>Team USA in Review:</h1>
<h2>June 2017</h2>
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Consistent results from a veteran and breakthrough performances from a relative newcomer led to Donald Young and CiCi Bellis being named Team USA Players of the Month for June.


The 27-year-old Young first reached the doubles final at the French Open, where he and Santiago Gonzalez fell to compatriot Ryan Harrison and Michael Venus. Young then made a seamless transition to grass, reaching singles finals both at the London Queen’s Club ATP 500 event and the ATP 250 the next week in Eastbourne.


The 18-year-old Bellis had similar success on both clay and grass. In her Roland Garros debut, Bellis beat 18th-seeded Kiki Bertens to reach the third round. Then, making her grass-court debut on the WTA tour, she toppled fourth-seeded Carla Suarez Navarro in the first round in Mallorca en route to a semifinal finish.

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Other top results from Americans on tour in June:
 

  • Ryan Harrison and Bethanie Mattek-Sands won doubles titles at Roland Garros – Harrison’s first at a Grand Slam and Mattek-Sands’ fifth.
  • Bob and Mike Bryan won their 113th doubles title together, at the ATP 250 event in Eastbourne.
  • Kristie Ahn reached her first WTA quarterfinal, at the International event in Nottingham.

 

Players to win singles titles at $25,000 Pro Circuit events:

  • Nicole Gibbs, at the USTA Pro Circuit event in Baton Rouge, La., over fellow American Francesca Di Lorenzo. Gibbs then reached the final the next week, in Auburn, Ala.
  • Chris Eubanks – his first professional singles title – at the USTA Pro Circuit Collegiate Series tournament in Winston-Salem, N.C.
  • Tommy Paul, at the second USTA Pro Circuit Collegiate Series tournament in Winston-Salem, N.C., over Eubanks.
  • Danielle Collins, at the USTA Pro Circuit event in Bethany Beach, Del., over fellow American Lauren Embree.
  • Christian Harrison, at the USTA Pro Circuit Men’s Futures in Tulsa, Okla.
  • Alex Sarkissian, at the Men’s Futures in Kelowna, Canada.
  • Bernarda Pera, at the ITF Circuit event in Stuttgart-Vaihingen, Germany.
  • Ashley Lahey, at the USTA Pro Circuit event in Sumter, S.C., over Di Lorenzo.

 

Players to win singles titles at $15,000 Pro Circuit events:
 

  • Alex Rybakov, at the USTA Pro Circuit Men’s Futures in Buffalo, N.Y.
  • Sanaz Marand, at an ITF Circuit event in Istanbul.
  • Alexa Graham, at a $15,000 event in Victoria, B.C.
  • Daniel Nguyen, at a $15,000 event in Gimcheon, Korea.

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