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Bernard Tomic has put together a 14-match win streak to reach his third consecutive ITF final at the 25K event in Harlingen, Texas.

The Aussie, who previously won back-to-back events at 15K level, has now progressed slightly higher and continued his winning form.

In Sunday’s final, the 30-year-old fell to American Martin Damm Jr. 6-7(4), 6-3, 6-4 in a two-hour-and-eleven-minute battle.

On a windy afternoon in Texas, Tomic led 4-2 in the deciding set before two loose service games prevented him from closing out the match.

His 19-year-old opponent now collects his second singles title of the season, on the back of a strong serving display including twenty-one aces.

For Tomic, a strong month on tour will take his ATP ranking to approximately world number 512 – a jump of over 300 places in six weeks.

Meanwhile at the ITF 60K event in Saguenay, Canada, Olivia Tjandramulia won her tenth professional doubles title and third of the season.

Teaming up with Arianne Hartono, the pair overcame top seeds Catherine Harrison and Yanina Wickmayer 5-7, 7-6(3), [10-8] in the final, to lift the trophy.

The 25-year-old Aussie – who has now won three 60K titles since August last year – rises to a live WTA doubles ranking and new career-high of world number 112.

Elsewhere in Macon, USA, Aussie Alexandra Osborne, and partner Adriana Reami reached a 60K doubles semi-final, before falling to the third seeds.

It is Osborne’s seventh doubles semi-final of the year and takes her to a career-high WTA ranking of 290.


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