ITF Super-Seniors World Team Championship Results
Please find below the final results from the 2015 ITF Super-Seniors World Team Championships in Umag, Croatia on Saturday 26 September and Sunday 27 September. The Championships have taken place on 21-27 September, with 121 teams from 30 countries competing in four age categories from 65-and-over to 80-and-over.
The ITF Super-Seniors World Individual Championships are taking place in Umag, Croatia on 27 September – 4 October.
The ITF Young Seniors, Seniors and Super-Seniors World Team and Individual Championships are the premier events on the ITF Seniors Circuit. Players aged from 35-and-over to 45-and-over compete in the Young Seniors Championships, from 50-and-over to 60-and-over in the Seniors Championships, and from 65-and-over to 85-and-over compete in the Super-Seniors Championships. Starting with one team trophy in 1958, and four individual events in 1981, the competitions have grown to offer a total of 72 World Championship titles each year to teams, and in singles, doubles and mixed doubles.
For the latest news and results, please visit the ITF seniors website: www.itftennis.com/seniors
Britannia Cup (M65)
SPAIN (1) defeated USA (2) 2-0:
Luis Flor de la Morena (ESP) d. William Bolton (USA) 16 60 63
Jorge Camina Borda (ESP) d. Brian Cheney (USA) 62 61
Angel Calvo Angulo/Jairo Velasco Ramirez (ESP) v. Michael Beautyman/Brian Cheney (USA) not played
Jack Crawford Cup (M70)
AUSTRIA (1) defeated NETHERLANDS (8) 2-1:
Ben De Jel (NED) d. Johannes Muehlenburg (AUT) 62 60
Hans Heissl (AUT) d. Ed Sasker (NED) 64 75
Hans Heissl/Johannes Muehlenburg (AUT) d. Hans Bronkhorst/Ed Sasker (NED) 67(7) 75 75
Bitsy Grant Cup (M75)
GERMANY (4) defeated USA (3) 2-1:
Horst Haetti (GER) d. Lester Sack (USA) 16 62 64
Klaus Haas (GER) d. Rudy Hernando (USA) 75 63
Joseph Bachmann/Robert Quall (USA) d. Heinz Kleinemas/Hans Koller (GER) 64 61
Gardnar Mulloy Cup (M80)
GERMANY (4) defeated AUSTRALIA (2) 3-0:
Gerd Coldewey (GER) d. Max Byrne (AUS) 63 61
Herbert Althaus (GER) d. John O’Brien (AUS) 63 62
Wilfried Mahler/Guenter Schwellnas (GER) d. Alan Hocking/Claude Wenzel (AUS) 63 63
Kitty Godfree Cup (W65)
USA (1) defeated GREAT BRITAIN (4) 2-1:
Brenda Carter (USA) d. Shirley Fox (GBR) 7-6(4) 6-7(4) 6-3
Kerry Young (USA) d. Marjory Love (GBR) 61 63
June Peck/Rosemary Wilson (GBR) d. Kathy Bennett/Carol Clay (USA) 76(6) ret.
Althea Gibson Cup (W70)
FRANCE (1) defeated NETHERLANDS 2-0:
Michele Bichon (FRA) d. Marijke Ter Heerdt Poelman (NED) 60 63
Gail Benedetti (FRA) d. Elly Krocke (NED) 64 61
Frederique Caillard/Sylvie Galfard-Kirsten (FRA) v. Anneke Jelsma De Jong/ Elly Krocke (NED) not played
Queens’ Cup (W75)
USA (1) defeated GREAT BRTAIN (3) 3-0:
Donna Fales (USA) d. Joan Hassell (GBR) 61 60
Lynn Little (USA) d. Ruth Weston (GBR) 76(6) 63
Roz King/Lynn Little (USA) d. Jean Porter/Mary Walkerdine (GBR) 61 60
Doris Hart Cup (W80)
Round Robin winner: USA
Team: Burnette Herrick, Judy Smith, Mary Lynch, Rose Yurek Austin
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