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Australians Priscilla Hon and Omar Jasika have been topped the singles champions on the Burnie Worldwide in Tasmania.

Burnie, Australia, 4 February 2024 | Leigh Rogers

Priscilla Hon and Omar Jasika claimed the singles titles at this week’s Burnie Worldwide.

Hon loved every week to recollect on the Australian Professional Tour occasion in Tasmania, profitable the largest singles title of her profession.

The 25-year-old from Brisbane secured the ladies’s singles crown with a dominant 6-3 6-0 victory in opposition to Japanese teen Sara Saito in at present’s remaining.

That is world No.201 Hon’s tenth profession ITF singles title and her first at $75K degree.

A resurgent Jasika defeated 4 Australians throughout his title-winning run within the males’s singles competitors, which included a 6-2 6-7(2) 6-3 victory in opposition to compatriot Alex Bolt within the remaining.

The 26-year-old additionally eradicated defending champion Rinky Hijikata within the second spherical.

Jasika’s three-set triumph in opposition to world No.74 Hijikata was the largest win of his profession and his first top-100 victory in eight years.

It continues a formidable run of type for world No.293 Jasika, who certified finally month’s Australian Open and has now gained eight of his previous 9 matches.

That is Jasika’s second profession ATP Challenger singles title and first since his triumph in Burnie seven years in the past.

Bolt’s excellent week didn’t go with out reward, after teaming with fellow South Australian Luke Saville to assert the males’s doubles title.

The highest-seeded duo saved three championship factors earlier than recording a 5-7 6-3 [12-10] victory in opposition to the second seeds, Tristan Schoolkate and Adam Walton, in an all-Australian remaining.

It is a second doubles title as a crew for 31-year-old Bolt and 30-year-old Saville, who’re childhood buddies and grew up in South Australia’s Riverland area.

World No.6 Erin Routliffe, the reigning US Open doubles champion, teamed with fellow New Zealander Paige Hourigan to win the ladies’s doubles title.

The Australian Professional Tour continues this week with back-to-back occasions in Burnie.

> VIEW: Burnie Worldwide 2 males’s singles draw

> VIEW: Burnie Worldwide 2 ladies’s singles draw

Burnie Worldwide 2024 – finals

Males’s singles: Omar Jasika (AUS) d Alex Bolt (AUS) 6-2 6-7(2) 6-3

Girls’s singles: [2] Priscilla Hon (AUS) d Sara Saito (JPN) 6-3 6-0

Males’s doubles: [1] Alex Bolt (AUS)/Luke Saville (AUS) d [2] Tristan Schoolkate (AUS)/Adam Walton (AUS) 5-7 6-3 [12-10]

Girls’s doubles: Paige Hourigan (NZL)/Erin Routliffe (NZL) d Kyoka Okamura (JPN)/Ayano Shimizu (JPN) 7-6(5) 6-4

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