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Day 5- Vacasa Pro Women's Open at Sea Colony: Players Catch a Glimpse of the Finish Line

As the singles quarterfinals and doubles semifinals wrap-up, the sheer talent of the remaining players is unmatched. Four singles matches happened earlier in the day under a cloud covered sky. Tensions were high as the tough competition brewed. Osuigwe vs. Inoue showed just how passionate these players are to make it to the next round. Victoria Osuigwe has had an impressive showing throughout the tournament, but this match specifically brought out a frustrated spirit as she was unable to keep up with her opponent, ultimately losing the match 6-4, 7-5.

Another action-packed match was Mia Yamakita vs. Live Hovde [2]. Hovde as mentioned previously, has won semifinals of the 2022 Australian Open girls' singles, the quarterfinals of the 2022 French Open girls' singles, and won the 2022 Wimbledon girls' singles championship. Winning this tournament would be another notch to add to her championship belt. At only 17 years old, all eyes were on her, and she did not disappoint as she won her quarterfinals match 6-2, 6-2.

The popularly talked about wildcard team from University of Delaware, Adel-Byanu Abidullina and Eliza Askarova, played later on in the day when the sun was shining and the conditions could not have been better. They put up a hard fight, but lost their match against Gabriella Broadfoot and Victoria Osuigwe 6-3, 6-4.

Singles Quarterfinals:

Gana Poznikhirenko (UKR) def. Mia Horvit (USA) 7-6 (5-3), 6-1, 6-1

Hina Inoue (USA) [4] def. Victoria Osuigwe (USA) 6-4, 7-5

Raveena Kingsley (USA [5] def. Maria Mateas (USA) [1] 7-6, 4-6, 7-5

Liv Hovde (USA) [2] def. Mia Yamakita (USA) 6-2,6-2

Doubles Semifinals:

Gabriella Broadfoot (USA)/Victoria Osuigwe (USA) def. Adel-Byanu Abidullina (USA)/Eliza Askarova (USA) 6-3, 6-4

Alexa Glatch (USA)/Ganna Poznikhirenko (UKR) def. Sara Daavettila (USA) [4]/Katarina Kozarov (SRB) 7-6, 6-3

With generous sponsorship from Vacasa, along with the United States Tennis Association (USTA), UBS Financial, and the supportive Sea Colony community, the excitement continues to build at this exhilarating singles and doubles tournament. Spanning through Sunday, this event attracts women tennis players from both national and international rankings, all vying for valuable world ranking points and a portion of the impressive prize payout.

Saturday's action kicks off at 10am with singles semifinals with doubles finals following after! Admission is free to all matches and the public is invited to spectate! For more information about the tournament, visit and follow Sea Colony Tennis @seacolonytennis for updates and photos from the tournament.


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