Success came in the Under-18 doubles competition with Jody Maginley of Antigua and his doubles partner Kenta Kurita of Japan defeated the all-Aruban team of Anthony Harms & Timothy In’t Veld 7-5, 6-2, securing their spot in the Boys’ doubles quarter-finals.
Defeat however came for another Antiguan, Kyle Joseph, both in the singles and doubles competition. Joseph teamed up with Alex Rybakov of the USA to take on the number two seeded doubles team of Santiago Cellavos of Mexico and Ryataro Matsumura of Japan.
St. John’s Antigua- The Antiguan and his teammate fell short of earning a quarterfinals spot losing 6-7, 2-6. Joseph was also ousted in the Boys’ Under-18 singles second round competition, losing to number four seed Nicholas Jarry of the USA 3-6, 3-6.
The Girls’ Under-14 competition kicked off with the number one seeded team of D’Jeri Raymond and doubles partner Gina Van Der Veen of Aruba, earning their spot in the finals after defeating Everlyanne Kelly of Aruba and Gabriella Singer of Curacao, 6-4, 6-2. They earned their semi-finals spot due to a bye.