Khai Rhees was victorious in the Boys 16 Doubles. Khai, along with partner Ricardo Espaillat, captured the championship.
William McCartney also advanced to the Boys 14 Singles semifinals.
Khai Rhees advanced to the semifinals of the Boys 16 singles.
Winning the Boys 10 Green Doubles was the no.1 seeds Kingston Rees and partner Daniel Levine.
#THE Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association (BLTA) congratulates Khai Rhees, Kingston Rees and William McCartney on their performances at the Lil Mo/Big MO Competition in Palm Beach, Florida.
#Khai Rhees was victorious in the Boys 16 Doubles. Khai, along with partner Ricardo Espaillat, captured the championship. They received a bye in the quarterfinals and won in the semifinals over Garcia and Oliviera 8-5.
#In the finals, Khai and his partner won over the #1 seeds the Shalom Brothers 8-2. Khai also advanced to the semifinals of the Boys 16 singles. Khai, who was seeded no. 4, won in the R16 over Sommer 4-6 6-2 10-7. In the quarterfinals, he won over Pinto 6-1 6-0. He fell in the semifinals to the no.1 seed Shalom 1-6 2-6.
#William also advanced to the Boys 14 Singles semifinals. In the round of 32, William – seeded no.2 – received a bye into R16 where he won over Campbell-Smith 6-2 6-0.
#In the quarters he won over Balamurugan 6-3, 7-5. In the semis, William fell to Teadesco 5-7, 4-6. William also teamed up with Milana Ronert to advance to the semifinals in mixed doubles. The duo received a bye into the round of 16 where they won 8-3 over Morales and Gallardo. In the quarters they won 8-5 over Dobrovosky and Marinova.
#Winning the Boys 10 Green Doubles was the no.1 seeds Kingston Rees and partner Daniel Levine. The duo won in the quarterfinals 8-3 over Duong and Jiang. In the semis they won over Herdoiza and Valerio 8-4. The pair would emerge victorious in the finals over Delfin and Leal Ferre 8-4.
#Kingston Rees also advanced to the Mixed Doubles finals where he lost with partner Shabli 9-8 over Levine and Binkley.
#Kingston and Shabli won in the quarterfinals 8-2 over Jiang and Compofelice and in the semis over Vidal and Van Onselen 8-0.