Hunter on the Prowl; GB PARA TABLE TENNIS

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Hunter on the Prowl; GB PARA TABLE TENNIS


Byline: FRANCESCA BULLOCK

ROB Davies and Will Bayley were among nine GB players to progress from the group stages through to the knockout rounds in the singles events at the Slovenia Open this week.

They will contest the quarter-finals, together with Paul Davies, Kim Daybell and David Wetherill, while Jane Campbell has reached the semi-final stages and is assured of at least a bronze medal.

Campbell recovered from losing her first match to the Croatian Andela Muzinic to beat Doris Mader from Austria 3-2 and progress to the quarter-finals, where she played Pamela Fontaine of the USA.

The London 2012 medalist won 3-0 to book a place in tomorrow's semi-final and assure herself of at least a bronze medal.

European champion and world number one Rob Davies won both his group matches 3-0 against Federico Falco of Italy and the Brazilian Aloisio Lima Junior in his first competition of 2014.

Will Bayley is defending his men's class 7 title and came through both his group matches with 3-0 wins over Michal Deigsler of Poland and the Belgian Arnaud Duquesne. The Sheffield-based world number two from Tunbridge Wells knows there are tougher challenges ahead tomorrow.

Widnes teenager Jack Hunter-Spivey (class 5) enjoyed one of the best wins of his career in his first group match, beating world number three Mitar Palikuca of Serbia 3-1. …

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