New Zealand's Paige Hourigan has won the doubles event at the Grade two ITF Tournament in Holland over the weekend.
Paige Hourigan and partner Lizette Cabrera of Australia beat the third seeds and top seeds in three sets in the quarterfinals and semi-finals respectively.
In the final the unseeded pair beat second seeds Karin Kennel (SUI) and Katrine Steffensen (USA) to take out the title.
Kennel, world number 81 in juniors and third seed knocked out Hourigan in the singles earlier in the week. Kennel went on to reach the final of the girls singles.
National Coach Marcel Vos, who is travelling with the Kiwi contingent has fond memories of the tournament.
Vos won the boys singles event in 1981, 31 years ago. Below is the photo of a young Vos, who's picture is up beside other past winners such as Kuerten, Tsonga and Monfils.
Hourigan and fellow Kiwis Kyle Butters, William Matheson and Alex Klintcharov now head to the Grade 4 ITF in Leidschendam, Netherlands.