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Day 6 - Despite Ongoing Rain, Matches Proceed as Scheduled

Players faced sporadic rain during today's singles semifinals and doubles finals. They adapted to the ever-changing conditions and were fortunate to remain on the clay courts instead of moving matches indoors as they did last year.

Two singles matches took place today: Kayla Cross vs. Kajsa Rinaldo Persson, and Maria Mateas vs. Akasha Urhobo. Akasha Urhobo defeated the top-seeded Maria Mateas in her semifinal match, winning 6-4, 6-3. The second match went three rounds, with Kajsa Rinaldo Persson emerging victorious 2-6, 6-1, 6-1. The singles final will take place at 9:30 am on Sunday, with sunny skies expected to wrap up the week.

The doubles final was a North American showdown with Ashton Bowers and Mia Yamakita, both representing the US, facing Kayla Cross from Canada and Jaeda Daniels from the US. Despite the rain pelting down on the clay, quick footwork, smart play, and consistent communication led Kayla Cross and Jaeda Daniels to secure the win 7-6(3), 7-6(2).

Sea Colony has been recognized by the ITF as a Green Star tournament. The ITF Tournament Recognition Scheme acknowledges tournaments with exceptional player satisfaction across various ITF World Tennis Tour categories. Successful tournaments receive a green star badge of recognition on the official tournament page. The Tournament Recognition Program aims to motivate and reward tournaments that excel in enhancing the overall tournament experience for players, support teams, and officials. This program acknowledges tournaments that meet and surpass ITF's delivery standards and rewards tournaments for their longevity and dedication to the Tour.

With generous sponsorship from Vacasa, along with the United States Tennis Association (USTA), 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.

Sunday's action kicks off at 9:30 AM with singles finals. Admission is free and the public is invited to spectate! For more information about the tournament, visit and follow Sea Colony Tennis @seacolonyracquetsports for updates and photos from the tournament.


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