Dutch Junior Open Finals Day!
Dutch Junior Open Finals Day!

Dutch Junior Open Finals Day!


The Girls Under-11 kicked off the final day with a thrilling start. Farida Hakim faced her compatriot, Khadija Bondok, in an intense showdown. Farida Hakim emerged victorious with a clean 3-0 sweep, showcasing her remarkable skills and determination.

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

  1. Farida Hakim
  2. Khadija Bondok
  3. Layan Omara


The Under-11 Boys’ Final was an absolute thriller. Logan Willstrop faced off against Omar Elfaramawy in a match that kept everyone on the edge of their seats. Omar took an early lead, winning the first game 1-0. However, Logan staged a remarkable comeback, clinching the next two games. Not to be outdone, Omar fought back brilliantly and managed to win the decisive fifth game 11-7. It was a delightful match to watch, full of excitement and skill.

Meanwhile, Vihaan Chandhok secured the bronze medal in a dominant performance, defeating Nolan Ryding 3-0.

  1. Omar Elfaramawy
  2. Logan Willstrop
  3. Vihaan Chandhok


In the girls’ under-13 category, Nour Diaaeldin Abdelhady Aly and Makaela Cassidy faced off in an intense match. The Egyptian star, Nour, showcased her remarkable skills and claimed a comfortable victory, winning the final 3-0. The battle for the bronze was an all-American affair, with Kathryn Chung emerging victorious and securing the third-place spot.

  1. Nour Diaaeldin Abdelhady Aly
  2. Makaela Cassidy
  3. Kathryn Chung


The second five-setter of the day took place in the Under-13 finals. Malek Ahmed and Obie Ryding faced off in an intense match. It was a nail-biter, but in the end, the Egyptian Malek Ahmed emerged victorious. Kareem Ragab claimed the bronze medal.

  1. Malek Ahmed
  2. Obie Ryding
  3. Kareem Ragab


Dutch player Elcke Mols found herself in the finals of the Girls Under 15 tournament, facing off against the American contender, Trinity Moshi. Elcke came out strong, comfortably winning the first game. However, in the second and third games, Trinity stepped up her game, clinching both.

Despite the setback, Elcke didn’t let it get to her. She fought back fiercely and secured the fourth game. The match was now tied, and the tension was palpable. In the decisive fifth game, Trinity managed to edge out Elcke, securing her victory and claiming the title. It was a thrilling final, showcasing the skill and determination of both players.

In the battle for the bronze medal, Chelsea Chen emerged victorious against Joelle Kim, earning her spot on the podium.

  1. Trinity Moshi
  2. Elcke Mols
  3. Chelsea Chen


In the Under-15 boys’ division, an English showdown was on the agenda. Luke McBride and Ali Khalil were set to face off in an eagerly anticipated match. The final game came down to a thrilling tiebreaker, with Luke ultimately seizing the victory. Meanwhile, Mohammed Ashraf Abolfotoo Khalil clinched the bronze medal.

  1. Luke Mcbride
  2. Ali Khalil
  3. Mohammed Ashraf Abolfotoo Khalil


Savannah Moxham, originally from Belgium but now residing in the United States, faced off against Egypt’s Retaj Gomaa. Savannah continued her impressive winning streak, comfortably securing the final with a 3-0 victory. The bronze medal went to Emily Coulcher-Porter, who triumphed 3-1 in an all-English clash against Reka Kemecsei.

  1. Savannah Moxham
  2. Retaj Gomaa
  3. Emily Coulcher-Porter


Michael Fayez and Lars Gertsen faced off in the final. Lars Gertsen won this match in four long games. For the bronze medal, Ismail Khalil and Carlos Torres battled it out. After five intense games, Carlos Torres claimed the bronze medal.

  1. Lars Gertsen
  2. Michael Fayez
  3. Carlos Torres


It was a remarkable final in the Under 19 girls’ category. The match-up was between two sisters, adding an extra layer of intensity to the competition. Alexandra Jaffe demonstrated her superior form today over Samantha Jaffe. Their coach remarked, ‘These two girls are so evenly matched; it varies each time who comes out on top.’

Taking home the bronze was Netherlands’ Renske Huntelaar. She clinched victory after a grueling five-game battle against Wales’ Ellie Breach

  1. Alexandra Jaffe
  2. Samantha Jaffe
  3. Renske Huntelaar


In the Boys Under-19 final, Dutch player Guido Lindner took an early 2-0 lead against England’s Alexander Broadbridge. Despite Guido’s strong start and holding match points in the third game, Alexander staged a stunning comeback. With remarkable determination, Alexander turned the match around, eventually claiming victory in a thrilling finale.

The bronze medal went to Maddox Moxham after Jack Elriani had to retire during their match.

  1. Alexander Broadbridge
  2. Guido Lindner
  3. Maddox Moxham

Thank you all for a successful tournament! We hope everyone had a great time. A special thanks to the coaches and parents for their support, the Frans Otten Stadium for hosting us, and our sponsors for their generous contributions. Wishing everyone a safe journey home and looking forward to seeing you all next year!