First champion of the day and the tournament was Lojayn Gohary from Egypt who defeated Amelie Haworth in the Girls U13 final. With a clear 3-0 the Egyptian number one of the seedinglist provailed her role as favorite.
In the Boys U13 final the title went to number 2 Omar Kazzam who defeated fellow Egyptian abdallah Amr [3/4]. Already two title for Egypt and only two finals played, so far a clean sweep.
Ananta Dabke from India celebrated a great tournament by defeating number 2 seed Serena Daniel in the Girls U15 final.
Two titles for India in the U15 category after Neel Joshi, the number one seed, defeated Hassan Khalil [5/8] from England.
The first title for England during the final day was for Katie Maliff, who beat Dutch favorite Fleur Maas in a thrilling match over 5 sets.
In a battle between the numbers [3/4] seed in the Boys U17 final, American Daelum Mawjin overcame George Crowne from Canada. The Canadian got chances in the third game afte coming back from 4-10 down, but couldn't prevail.
Karina Tyma from Poland proved why she was the number 4 seed during the DJO in the Girls U19 final. An easy 3-0 victory over Eve Driver from England.
The last title of this finals day was for Curtis Malik who defeated Charles Culhane in a five game battle on centre court.