Dutch Junior Open 2024 Day 3
Dutch Junior Open 2024 Day 3

Dutch Junior Open 2024 Day 3


Logan Willstrop advanced smoothly to the Boys Under 11 final by defeating Nolan Ryding with his precise play. Logan will face Omar Elfaramawy (17/32), who continued his impressive run by beating Vihaan Chandok in a hard-fought semi-final.

In the bronze medal match, Vihaan Chandok secured a 3-0 victory over Nolan Ryding, showcasing his resilience and skill.


In the Girls Under 11 category, top-seeded Farida Hakim has dominated her way to the final, winning all her matches with a commanding 3-0 scoreline. Farida will face Khadija Bondok (3/4) in the final. Khadija earned her spot by defeating Layan Omara 3-1 in the semi-finals.

Layan Omara secured the bronze medal with a convincing 3-0 victory over France’s Ambre Fronton.


Top-seeded Malek Ahmed has secured his place in the final after a hard-fought victory over Kareem Ragab (33/49). The first game was a nail-biter, with Malek edging out Kareem 18-16. The next two games were more straightforward, showcasing Malek’s skill and dominance.

Malek will face Obie Ryding in the final. Obie has also been in stellar form, winning all his matches 3-0.

On Sunday at 08:20, Adam Rameau and Kareem Ragab will compete for the bronze medal, promising another thrilling match to conclude the event.


Makaela Cassidy (9/16) triumphed with a 3-1 victory over qualifier Sakshi Mathur (17/32). Makaela’s impressive performance has earned her a spot in the final, where she will face Nour Diaaeldin Abdelhady Aly (5/8).

Nour’s path to the final was marked by a thrilling five-set battle against American Kathryn Chung, showcasing her resilience and determination.

On Sunday morning, Sakshi Mathur and Kathryn Chung will compete for the bronze medal, promising an exciting and competitive match.


Top-seeded Luke McBride faced a challenging quarter-final against Mossa El Deeb, winning in four intense games, three of which went to tiebreaks. Luke then advanced to the semi-finals, where he secured a decisive 3-0 victory over American Jude Cha, demonstrating his dominance and skill.

On the other side of the draw, second-seeded Ali Khalil earned his place in the final with a commanding 3-0 win over Mohammed Ashraf Abolfotoo Khalil. Ali’s consistent and powerful play has made him a formidable competitor throughout the tournament.


In the Girls Under 15 category, Dutch sensation Elcke Mols delivered a stunning performance by defeating top-seeded Chelsea Chen 3-1. Elcke’s victory was highlighted by a spectacular dive to win the final point, showcasing her determination and skill.

Elcke will face Trinity Moshi in the final. Trinity had a smoother path to the championship match, securing a 3-0 victory over Canada’s Joelle Kim with ease.

The stage is set for an exciting final as Elcke Mols and Trinity Moshi prepare to clash.


Michael Fayez had to dig deep to earn his spot in the final, battling through grueling five-set matches in both the quarter-finals and semi-finals. In the semi-finals, Michael triumphed over England’s Ismail Khalil in a hard-fought contest that showcased his resilience and determination.

On the other side of the draw, Lars Gertsen (5/8) secured his place in the final with a strong performance, defeating Caros Torres in straight sets. Lars’s consistent and powerful play has made him a formidable opponent throughout the tournament.


Top-seeded Flemish star Savannah Moxham secured her place in the final after a thrilling match against Emily Coulcher-Porter (3/4). Savannah’s determination and skill were on full display as she fought hard to advance.

In the final, Savannah will face Egypt’s second-seeded Retaj Gomaa, who earned her spot with a solid 3-1 victory over England’s Reka Kemecsei.


In the Boys Under 19 category, Alexander Broadbrigde (1) can once again add another final to his name. He secured his spot after defeating the talented Maddox Moxham in a gripping semifinal. Now, Alexander is set to face off against the Netherlands’ Guido Lindner in the championship match. Lindner advanced after a thrilling five-set victory over Jack Elriani. The stage is set for an exciting final showdown.


The under 19 girls’ final is one for the history books. It’s a showdown between two sisters: Samantha Jaffe and Alexandra Jaffe. Samantha triumphed 3-1 against Welsh player Ellie Breach, while her sister secured a 3-1 victory over Dutch player Renske Huntelaar. It was a thrilling match filled with stunning rallies. The stage is set for something special.