Arthur Fery entered the ITF event and was unseeded. In the first round the Brit drew qualifier Eero Vasa. The Fin stayed with the Brit at the start, however, Fery managed to secure the break of serve in the first set and took the lead. The second set was a little closer as Vasa looked to fight back. Fery, though was having non of it and broke serve again to take the match 6-3, 6-4.
The second round saw Fery against the fourth seed Dan Cox. Fery managed to break serve early and take the lead. No matter what the fourth seed tried, he was unable to get back into the match. The second set saw Fery dominate to move into the next round 6-3, 6-2.
In the quarter-final the Brit was against sixth seed Mark Lajal. The Estonian could not get into the first set and so Fery dominated and eased through. The second set saw the seed play better and try to mount a fight back. However, the Brit held his nerve and Fery broke serve to move into the next round 6-0, 6-4.
The semi-final saw Fery against seventh seed Mili Poljicak. The Croatian went toe to toe with the Brit at the start, before Fery secured the break of serve and moved into the lead. The second set was all one way traffic. The Brit dominated and Poljicak was unable to hold serve. The Brit moved into the final in straight sets 6-3, 6-0.
In the final Fery was against another unseeded Brit Giles Hussey. Fery and Hussey stayed close at the start of the first set, before Fery secured the break of serve to take the lead. The second set saw Fery dominate and barely put a foot wrong to lift the title 6-3, 6-2.
Hussey teamed up with Johannus Monday and were unseeded. Their first round opponents were the top seeds Ben Jones & Dan Little. The first set saw the top seeds show their experience and break the serve of Hussey & Monday to take the lead. Hussey & Monday re-grouped in the second set and broke the serve of the top seeds to level up the match. In the ensuing match tie break it was the unseeded pair that got the break and took the match 3-6, 6-4, 10-5.
In the quarter-final Hussey & Monday were against Patrick Brady & Artsiom Dabryian. The Brits dominated the Brit/Pole in the first set, losing only one game to take the lead. The second set was more of the same, but this time Brady & Dabryian managed to get another game on the board, but it still wasn’t enough as Hussey & Monday moved into the next round 6-1, 6-2.
The semi-final saw the Brits against third seeds Fery & Poljiack. Hussey & Monday dominated the first set, as the Brit/Croatian struggled to stay with them. The second set was a little bit closer with Fery & Poljiack staying with Hussey & Monday. Eventually the Brits broke serve and moved into the final 6-2, 6-4.
In the final Hussey & Monday were against the second seeds Mark Whitehouse & Vasa. The first set was very close with the Brits breaking serve right at the end of the first set to take the lead. The second set saw the Brit/Fin again staying close to Hussey & Monday, before the Brits managed to secure the break of serve and take the title 7-5, 6-4.
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