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Rothesay International Eastbourne

Devonshire Park, Eastbourne 24 June - 01 July 2023

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Coco Gauff celebrates a second round win at the Rothesay International Eastbourne

Rothesay International Eastbourne 2023: Results & updates


Get all the latest results and updates from this year's Rothesay International Eastbourne from 24 June - 1 July.


  • Coco Gauff sets up semi-final clash against fellow American Madison Keys
  • Francisco Cerundolo overcomes Zhizhen Zhang to reach semi-final
  • Draws
  • Order of play 
  • Watch the main draw live on Prime Video and BBC digital channels


Day four: Cerundolo reaches first grass semi-final



The American luck continues in Eastbourne as Coco Gauff and Madison Keys reach the semi-finals after victories over Jessica Pegula and Petra Martic.

An all-American battle on centre court saw Gauff dismantle Pegula, 6-3, 6-3 to advance to the semi-final.

In a match that saw doubles partners turn rivals, it was the 19-year-old who found the early breakthrough to take the opening set, but Pegula soon found her way back into the contest in the second.

With aggressive ball striking from both players, world No.3 Pegula edged an early break before a momentum shift saw Gauff win six consecutive games to wrap up the match win in style.

She will now go on to face another compatriot in Keys, who recorded a comprehensive win over Petra Martic 6-4, 6-1 to reach the final four.

In a highly-anticipated encounter, Daria Kasatkina moved through to the semis after France's Caroline Garcia was forced to retire at 6-2, 2-1 due to a right shoulter injury.


After a rain delay caused a late start on Thursday at the Rothesay International, Francisco Cerundolo soon got centre court proceedings underway with a 6-2, 6-3 victory over Zhizen Zhang

Eager to make a fast start to reach a first semi-final on the grass, Cerundolo clinched an early break on Zhang’s serve, before securing a second to seal the opening set.

Despite going down a break early in the second, the Argentine soon turned it around – as he got the scoreboard back on serve before finding a break of his own to eventually secure the match win.


Day one of the wheelchair action, saw Greg Slade and Lucy Shuker make winning starts to their campaigns at Devonshire Park while Abbie Breakwell and Ruby Bishop fell short.

In the quad singles draw, Slade’s competitive grass court match debut saw the British No.2 win 11 games in a row to beat Gary Cox 6-3, 6-0. The 21-year-old was recently awarded a wild card to make his Grand Slam debut at The Championships, Wimbledon, in two weeks’ time.

“It was good fun" Slade said. "I got the win, so that always makes it good. The grass is tough to push on, especially with it being a bit damp, but I thought I dealt with it well.

"You just have to put more effort into it and keep the chair moving and I made it work. Hopefully later on this week it will get a bit sunnier and bit a bit drier.”

Elsewhere,  Shuker beat British No.4 Bishop 6-1 6-0 in 45 minutes as she reached the semi-finals in Eastbourne for the first time, where top seed Diede de Groot awaits. However, it wasn't meant to be for British No.3 Breakwell, who lost out to China’s world No.5 and 2022 semi-finalist Zhenzhen Zhu 6-2, 6-2.

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