TOTALLY Tennis performance player Harrison Feast has enjoyed a successful couple of weeks, winning one tournament and finishing second in another.

In the Bradfield Open, which was a grade four event, Feast made his way to the final thanks to wins over Ned Hine (7-5, 6-0), Joshua Davis-Lye (6-4, 7- 5) and fellow Basingstoke player Jonathan Duggan (3-6, 6-2, 11-9) in the semi-finals.

He saved his most convincing win for the final, which saw him beat Will Fyall 6-1, 6-2.

Ahead of his victory, the young Totally Tennis player took part in the grade five boys 12 tournament at Chichester Racquets and Fitness Club.

In the last eight, he defeated Albert Addison (4-2, 4-1), following that up by beating semi-final opponent Nicolas De Brunner in three sets (3-5, 5-3, 12-10), but he lost the final to Theo Maclean (4-0, 4-1).

Feast’s coach Ben Jubin said: “Harrison has worked hard and has only been in the performance programme just under a year.

“I hope he will take this new confidence into the next few tournaments and get fantastic results.”

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