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Emma Aubert returns the ball during a 16-18 girls Australian girls doubles match in the Western Slope Open.

Emma Aubert goes low to return the ball over the net during a 16-18 girls Australian girls doubles match with Sarah Fleming against Isabel Manzanares and Kamryn Peltier today during the Western Slope Open tennis tournament at the Elliott Tennis Center.

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