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Talented teen heats up court in Aus Open junior comp

Olivia Tjandramulia. Rockhampton competitor playing in the Rockhampton Tennis International tournament.
Olivia Tjandramulia. Rockhampton competitor playing in the Rockhampton Tennis International tournament. Sharyn O'Neill

ROCKHAMPTON teenage tennis star Olivia Tjandramulia will proceed to the second round of the Australian Open Juniors tournament in Melbourne today after a fantastic first round performance.

Fifteen-year-old Tjandramulia did the Beef Capital and the country proud on Sunday night, when she took down her New Zealand opponent Emily Fanning 6-3, 6-3 in round one of the girl's singles competition.

Tjandramulia will go on to play junior world number two ranked player Katerina Siniakova from the Czech Republic in a round two showdown not to be missed.

Topics:  australian open, junior sport, melbourne, olivia tjandramulia, rockhampton, tennis



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