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Daniel Phillips approaches career-high ranking after Guatemala final appearance

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Daniel Phillips in action in Guatemala

Bermuda’s brightest young tennis talent ended a fantastic fortnight with victory in the J4 doubles event in Guatemala.

Daniel Phillips and his partner Humza Noor of the United States beat Samuel Heredia and Cesar Mahecha of Colombia 6-2, 6-4 in the doubles final to win the tournament without dropping a set in their four matches.

Heredia, though, was to get his revenge over Phillips in the singles final, winning 6-4, 6-2 to prevent the Bermudian from following up a win in Boca Raton with another in Central America.

Daniel Phillips and his partner Humza Noor win the doubles tournament in Guatemala

Phillips will now return to his base in Delray Beach, Florida, with the hope of ending the year with a new career-high ranking. Ranked 370 in ITF Juniors after his Boca Raton victory, he will now be approaching his highest mark of 327, which he achieved in March this year

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Published November 22, 2022 at 7:52 am (Updated November 22, 2022 at 7:52 am)

Daniel Phillips approaches career-high ranking after Guatemala final appearance

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