Diane Fromholtz of Australia won on Saturday (19 May) the women's singles final of the Rothman's Hard Court Tennis Championships at Surrey, England.
GV Fromholtz serves in far court & loses point(3 shots)
GV Fromholtz serves & wins point
LV Sawamatsu serves & wins point (2 shots)
GV PAN Crowd to Fromholtz serving & wins point(last game in second set)
GV Fromholtz serves & loses point
GV Fromholtz serves American twist & wins point & shakes hands & both walk of court
SV Spectators applaud
SV Fromholtz receives trophy
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Background: Diane Fromholtz of Australia won on Saturday (19 May) the women's singles final of the Rothman's Hard Court Tennis Championships at Surrey, England.
The sixteen-year-old lefthander beat Kazuma Sawamatsu of Japan in straight-- 7-5, 6-3.
The match was halted because of rain in the first set, with Miss Fromholtz down 3-5. After the 25-minute interruption, the Australian stormed back to win the next seven games and the next set with comparative ease.
Miss Fromholtz will play in this year's Wimbledon tennis Championships.