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Texas

CHAMPIONS CROWNED 

AT 2017 TEXAS GRAND SLAM

June 16, 2017
<h2><b>CHAMPIONS CROWNED </b></h2>
<h1><b>AT 2017 TEXAS GRAND SLAM</b></h1>
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Pranav Kumar (Plano) and Chelsea Kung (Fort Worth) are among the newest champions of the Texas Grand Slam, winning the Boys’ 18 and Girls’ 18 Singles titles respectively on June 16 in Abilene.

 

Kumar, who also won the Boys’ 18 Sportsmanship Award for the tournament, defeated Kevin Zhu (Pearland) 6-3, 2-6, 6-1 to take his first-ever Grand Slam.

 

Kung, on the other hand, won in straight sets over Delara Zamani (Frisco) 6-3, 6-4, to capture her second straight Girls’ 18 Singles title and her third straight Grand Slam after winning Girls’ 16s in 2015.

 

Among the big winners in Abilene was Callaway Clark (Dallas), who earned the Boys’ 16 Singles title and the Boys’ 16 Doubles title with partner Daniel Traxler (Rockwall). Also earning two trophies was Jeanette Mireles (Houston), who won Girls’ 14 Singles and Girls’ 14 Doubles with partner Emma Staker (Spring). ADVERTISEMENT Mireles dropped just two games in the two title matches combined, winning 6-1, 6-0 in both.

 

Rounding out the double winners was Nicolas Trullenque (Houston), who won both the Boys’ 12 Singles and Doubles titles in straight sets.

 

The Grand Slam also honors great sportsmanship, with a boy from each division earning the Clarence Mabry Sportsmanship Award and a girl the Nancy Jeffett Sportsmanship Award as voted on by the tournament staff. Savannah Broadus (Carrollton), Michelle Shen (Dallas) and Abhimanyu Ramireddy (Cypress) were among the winners of the award, with Ramireddy winning the Bob McKinley Sportsmanship Award earlier in the week, as voted on by the players.

 

A full list of the results can be found on TennisLink.

 

Winners of the Grand Slam for each age group earn an automatic bid to the USTA National Open Hard Court Championships in August held in six locations across the country.

 

A list of this year’s winner’s can be found below:

 

Boys’ 18 Singles: Pranav Kumar def. Kevin Zhu 6-3, 2-6, 6-1

Boys’ 16 Singles: Callaway Clark def. Austin Lee 1-6, 6-4, 6-2

Boys’ 14 Singles: Louis Cloud def. Grant Lothringer 6-1, 6-2

Boys’ 12 Singles: Nicolas Trullenque def. Alexander Razeghi 6-3, 6-3

Girls’ 18 Singles: Chelsea Kung def. Delara Zamani 6-3, 6-4

Girls’ 16 Singles: Fiona Crawley def. Sydney Fitch 6-0, 6-2

Girls’ 14 Singles: Jeanette Mireles def. Caroline Wernli 6-1, 6-0

Girls’ 12 Singles: Kinaa Graham def. Reya Coe 6-4, 7-5

Boys’ 18 Doubles: Hilderbrand/Zhu def. Lyeons/Muniz 3-6, 6-3, 6-1

Boys’ 16 Doubles: Clark/Traxler def. Lee/Ramireddy 6-4, 5-7, 6-3

Boys’ 14 Doubles: Lothringer/Stewart def. Brown/McDonald 6-4, 6-2

Boys’ 12 Doubles: Mesarovic/Trullenque def. Muhala/Perez Flyckt 6-3, 6-1

Girls’ 18 Doubles: Aragon/Zamani def. Daughterty/Stewart 6-4, 6-1

Girls’ 16 Doubles: Evans/Petty def. Broadus/McCain 6-3, 5-7, 6-0

Girls’ 14 Doubles: Mireles/Staker def. Morris/Wilbur 6-1, 6-0

Girls’ 12 Doubles: Coe/Santos def. Antonova/Graham 2-6, 6-2, 7-5

 

Clarence Mabry Sportsmanship Award Winners:

 

Boys’ 12: Ethan Payne, Cypress

Boys’ 14: Kabeer Kapasi, Houston

Boys’ 16: Abhimanyu Ramireddy, Cypress

Boys’ 18: Pranav Kumar, Plano

 

Nancy Jeffett Sportsmanship Award Winners:

 

Girls’ 12: Parisa Pendyala, Houston

Girls’ 14: Hallie Jeffers, Houston

Girls’ 16: Savannah Broadus, Carrollton

Girls’ 18: Michelle Shen, Dallas

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