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Sequera Captures Title In Troy

October 9, 2006 02:53 PM

The USTA $50,000 Women’s Tennis Classic of Troy hosted by Troy University at the Lunsford Tennis Center proved to be an exciting event in Troy, Alabama.

Milagros Sequera of Venezuela defeated Ahsha Rolle of the United States to take home the Singles Title. Sequera breezed through the competition dropping only one set to Clarisa Fernandez of Argentina in the semi-finals. Leanne Baker of New Zealand and Nicole Kriz of Austria defeated Chanelle Scheepers of Russia and Neha Uberoi of the United States to win the doubles final. Baker and Kriz also plowed through the competition, only losing the first set to Scheepers and Uberoi in the finals.

Lindsay Lee-Waters, Ashley Harkleroad, and Julie Ditty represented the Southern Section at the tournament. Lee-Waters was a wild card entry into the singles division of the challenger and lost in the first round to Greta Arn of Germany. Harkleroad was seeded second in the singles division, but lost in the semis to Rolle. Ditty competed in the doubles tournament with Aleke Tsoubanos of the United States. The pair lost in the second round to Baker and Kriz.

 

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