Local hero, Alison Bai will look to continue her strong charge at the Apis Canberra International when she takes on qualifier Kaylah McPhee (QLD) on quarterfinal day.
Local hero, Alison Bai will look to continue her strong charge at the Apis Canberra International when she takes on qualifier Kaylah McPhee (QLD) on quarterfinal day. Bal and McPhee will feature in the fourth match of the day on centre court at the Canberra Tennis Centre.
Alex Bolt (SA) and qualifier Gavin Van Peperzeel (QLD) will play first up on centre court, with third seed Matthew Ebden (WA) and wildcard Blake Ellis (QLD) to follow.
Seventeen year old Destanee Aiava (VIC) will then take on Slovenia’s Tamara Zidansek.
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|Date:||Friday 3 November 2017|
|Time:||CENTRE COURT – Not before 11.00am|
Men’s quarterfinal – Alex Bolt (SA) v Gavin Van Peperzeel (QLD)
Not before 12.00pm
Men’s quarterfinal –  Matthew Ebden (WA) v [WC} Blake Ellis (QLD)
Not before 2.00pm
Women’s quarterfinal –  Destanee Aiava (VIC) vs Tamara Zidansek (SLO)
Not before 3.30pm
Women’s quartefinal – Alison Bai (ACT) vs Kaylah McPhee (QLD)
|Venue:||Canberra Tennis Centre|
3 Riggall Place
Lyneham, Australian Capital Territory
The Apis Canberra International 2017 is on at the Canberra Tennis Centre until November 5 2017. Entry is free with a gold coin donation requested on finals weekend
The full order of play and draws can be found here
Live streaming and live scoring for the men’s event can be found here
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