• Play abandoned for day due to rain

  • Emma Raducanu v Fran Jones quarter-final did not start

  • Winner will face GB's Katie Boulter, who beat Magdalena Frech 6-2 6-4

  1. 'Magnificent' Raducanu through to quarter-finalspublished at 18:58 13 June

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    Raducanu best shots

    Watch some of the best shots as Emma Raducanu beats Daria Snigur 6-2, 6-2 to reach the quarter-finals of the Nottingham Open.

  2. Boulter cruises into Nottingham quarter-finalspublished at 18:58 13 June

    BBC Sport

    Defending champion Katie Boulter reached the third round of the Nottingham Open with an assured win over Canadian qualifier Rebecca Marino.

    The British number one broke early in both sets in her 6-4 6-4 victory to set up a quarter-final tie with either fifth seed Magdalena Frech or Tatjana Maria.

    But despite her win, secured in one hour 14 minutes, the third seed warned "it's going to take some time" before she hits her top form on grass.

    Read more here

  3. Norrie shocked by Pinnington Jones in Nottinghampublished at 18:58 13 June

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    Pinnington Jones shocks Norrie in Nottingham

    Watch highlights as British number one Cameron Norrie suffers a shock defeat in the second round of the Nottingham Open against compatriot Jack Pinnington Jones.

  4. Boulter reaches Nottingham quarter-finals - best shotspublished at 18:58 13 June

    BBC Sport

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    Boulter's best shots against Marino as she goes into Nottingham quarter-finals

    Watch the best shots as defending champion Katie Boulter beats Canadian qualifier Rebecca Marino to reach the quarter-finals at the Nottingham Open.

  5. Get Inspired: How to get into tennispublished at 18:57 13 June

    BBC Sport

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    'Tennis saved my life'

    How do I start?

    • There are over 20,000 tennis courts across the United Kingdom. Getting going is pretty easy, whether you're starting out or coming back to the game, there's a level to suit everyone, external.
    • Thousands of clubs and park, external courts, around the country can provide racquets and balls if you don't have your own.
    • Once you're feeling confident, there is a Local Tennis League,, external system to get involved with near you. There are more than 150 leagues and over 15,000 players of all levels and abilities across the UK.
    • If you've been inspired by Emma LTA Youth, external is a fun entry point for kids aged 4-11, giving parents the chance to join in too, with an accredited coach.
    • If you need a different introduction to tennis, external, there are some fun routes to try, including Walking Tennis, Padel, Tennis Xpress, and Pair & Play, specifically for women.