A general view of Flushing Meadows. Photograph: Corey Sipkin/EPA

Ireland’s only competitor at the US Open, Georgia Drummy, came through her first round match 7-5, 6-4 in New York in the girls singles event against R(...)

Georgia Drummy’s Junior Wimbledon is over after she and her American partner Alexa Noel lost in the doubles quarter-finals. Photograph: Steven Paston/PA

A gutsy performance from Ireland’s Georgia Drummy and American Alexa Noel fell just short over two sets in the Junior Wimbledon girls doubles quarter-(...)

Georgia Drummy and her partner Alexa Noel are into the last eight of the girls doubles in Wimbledon. Photograph: Getty Images

Ireland’s Georgia Drummy and her partner Alexa Noel have earned a place in the girls doubles quarter-finals at Wimbledon. The 18-year-old from Dubli(...)

reland’s Georgia Drummy teamed up with American Alexa Noel to win their first doubles match in the Wimbledon Junior competition on Tuesday. Photo: Inpho

Ireland’s Georgia Drummy teamed up with American Alexa Noel to win their first doubles match in the Wimbledon Junior competition on Tuesday. Seeded s(...)

Georgia Drummy will be competing in Wimbledon next month. Photograph: Zak Kaczmarek/Getty Images

Ireland will have just one player at this year’s Wimbledon junior championships and no players in the men’s or women’s main events. Georgia Drummy wil(...)

Georgia Drummy is the youngest Irish player to qualify for a Grand Slam event. Photograph: Tennis Ireland

Georgia Drummy paved the way for Irish juniors in Melbourne on Thursday as she qualified for her first career Grand Slam. At 15 she is one of the youn(...)

Georgia Drummy is one win away from a place in the Australian Open junior singles draw. Photograph: Matt Mackey/Inpho

Ireland’s Georgia Drummy is just one match away from qualifying for the Australian Open junior singles draw. The Mount Anville student won her first m(...)

Georgia Drummy has ambitions to qualify for the Junior Australian Open this year. Photograph: Matt Mackey/Inpho.

The first steps of a career are usually big and always unchartered. Occasionally for parents those same steps can be even larger and sometimes less ce(...)