In the PSA Challenger 5 tournament held in England, both UNSQUASHABLE ambassadors made it to the quarterfinals after tough fought battles.

Miles Jenkins caused one of three upsets of the night, taking down seventh seed Yannik Omlor of Germany in four sets. After leading 2-0, the German threatened a comeback with an 11-6 win in the third, but was denied as Miles closed out the fourth game 11-5.

Connor Sheen, seeded eight in this tournament was put to work by compatriot Mark Fuller. A slow start from Fuller saw Conor lead 1-0, but the second set was pushed to a tiebreak, eventually finishing at 18-16 to Connor, letting him take the match in straight games.

Both will face tougher opponents in the second round as Miles will be up against top-seed and world number 95 Ryosei Kobayashi of Japan, and Connor will be up against Farkas Balazs of Hungary.

Connor Sheen and Miles Jenkins use the UNSQUASHABLE Y-TEC PRO racket which is available exclusively from

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