Still looking for a doubles partner in Sydney. If nobody from either of the CWLand nations is interested I'd like to be partnered with an Aussie if possible.
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Sweet as. I'll still play in Sydney then
Entry List for Salinas now up. Those not listed will be in qualifying regardless of ranking.
Qualifiers and Sydney. Quals the pref if both not possible.
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Will go to Salinas if I can?
Still looking for a doubles partner in Sydney if anyone's interested. Really need the practice after the early exit in Brisbane.
OUT: Berg, Z. Varga, K. Vollan, L'Estrange
IN: Dorogan, Farkkila, Carretero, E. Henson
OUT: Z. Boniek, Eisenhauer, Nesterov
IN: Marchand, Rodriquez, Ibrahimov
OUT: Ulemek, Haase, Eisenhauer, Fosdike, Nesterov, Sagna (WC to MD), Lee (WC to MD), H. Thompson (WC to MD), Hewitt (WC to MD), Natale (WC to MD), Buur (to MD), Reiter (to MD), S'ua (to MD), Tobin (to MD), Cunningham, King
IN: D. Marzec, Ivic, Kulic, Martynenko, Delgado, Franklin, Hassan, Descamps, Vicini, Turner, Helgostam, Pettersson, Kurtz, Izvolt, Serrano, Solares
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Code:Sydney Qualifying First Round (WC)Jasper Mikluho-Maklai AUS def. (1)Li Ming-Wang CHN 6-0 6-3 Jeremy Natale AUS def. (WC)Jake McDonald AUS 6-0 6-4 Petr Brozik CZE def. Kim Roger Olsen NOR 6-0 6-1 Murphy S'ua SAM def. (7)Ivars Emsis LAT 5-7 6-2 7-6(2) (2)Valter Cordiero POR def. Gunther Heug GER 6-4 6-1 Radaslaw Marzec POL def. Sebastien Lachance FRA 6-2 6-3 Branko Arsov MKD def. Bertran Renard FRA 6-4 6-2 (5)Haiku Morkel NOR def. Eugenio Galindo ESP 6-7(4) 6-3 6-4 Matthew Tobin AUS def. (3)Alex Peters GER 6-2 6-2 Sheng Yiming CHN def. Brendan Tito PUR 6-3 4-6 7-6(4) Nikola Todorovski MKD def. (WC)Tyler Charley AUS 6-4 6-2 (6)Oscar Highsmith GBR def. Erdi Azgin TUR 7-6(6) 6-3 (4)Yordan Zakov BUL def. Jaime Barral ESP 6-4 6-4 Randy Banks FRC def (WC)Patrick McCorkindale AUS 6-2 7-5 Matt Bre CDR def. Kasper Buur DEN 2-6 6-4 6-3 (8)Julian Day USA def. Fok Zhenyu CHN 6-2 7-5 Second Round (WC)Jasper Mikluho-Maklai AUS def. Jeremy Natale AUS 2-6 6-3 7-6(8) Petr Brozik CZE def. Murphy S'ua SAM 7-6(2) 7-5 Radaslaw Marzec POL def. (2)Valter Cordiero POR 1-6 6-1 6-3 (5)Haiku Morkel NOR def. Branko Arsov MKD 6-2 6-2 Matthew Tobin AUS def. Sheng Yiming CHN 6-1 6-1 (6)Oscar Highsmith GBR def. Nikola Todorovski MKD 7-5 6-1 Randy Banks FRC def. (4)Yordan Zakov BUL 2-6 6-0 6-2 Matt Bre CDR def. (8)Julian Day USA 6-3 6-2 Qualifying Round Petr Brozik CZE def. (WC)Jasper Mikluho-Maklai AUS 7-5 3-6 6-3 Radaslaw Marzec POL def. (5)Haiku Morkel NOR 1-6 7-6(4) 6-2 Matthew Tobin AUS def. (6)Oscar Highsmith GBR 6-1 6-2 Matt Bre CDR def. Randy Banks FRC 6-2 6-4
- Matt Bre has earned qualification to the main draw of the Medibank International with a straight sets victory over national rival Randy Banks. Bre, who along with Banks had earned his tennis federation wildcard into the Australian Open, gained vital match practice ahead of his Melbourne Park debut and capped off a solid qualification with a 6-3, 6-2 win over Banks. Banks had toiled for previous wins over Patrick McCorkindale and Yordan Zakov, but fell at the final hurdle against a confident Bre who now faces a brutal first round showdown against eighth seed David Champion.
Code:Auckland Qualifying First Round (1)Jose Navarro PER bye Guy Williams AUS def. Dylan Levvy NZL 6-3 6-1 John Searcy NZL def. Lance Johnston NZL 3-6 6-4 6-2 (5)Luca Rossi ITA bye (2)Roy Daniels CDR bye Cameron Worgan AUS bye Anatoli Knyazev RUS def. Antonio Soler ESP 6-4 6-7(3) 6-2 (6)Tino Boytchuk CAN bye (3)Marco Pellegrini ITA bye (WC)Jeremy Maudsley NZL def. Scott Wilson NZL 6-2 6-1 Excabar Himanez ESP bye (8)Junior Rosseli PER bye (4)Gunnar Valsson ISL bye Nick De Koning NED def. Joshua Fleming NZL 6-0 7-5 Paul Annemans BEL def. Thomas Elliot NZL 7-5 4-6 6-1 (7)Ali Al-Yazidi UAE bye Second Round (1)Jose Navarro PER def. Guy Williams AUS 6-0 7-5 John Searcy NZL def. (5)Luca Rossi ITA 2-6 7-6(1) 6-1 (2)Roy Daniels CDR def. Cameron Worgan AUS 6-4 6-2 (6)Tino Boytchuk CAN def. Anatoli Knyazev RUS 6-3 4-6 6-3 (3)Marco Pellegrini ITA def. (WC)Jeremy Maudsley NZL 7-5 6-0 (8)Junior Rosseli PER def. Excabar Himanez ESP 4-6 6-4 6-2 Nick De Koning NED def. (4)Gunnar Valsson ISL 0-6 6-4 6-4 (7)Ali Al-Yazidi UAE def. Paul Annemans BEL 6-3 7-6(5) Qualifying Round (1)Jose Navarro PER def. John Searcy NZL 6-1 6-1 (2)Roy Daniels CDR def. (6)Tino Boytchuk CAN 7-6(3) 6-0 (3)Marco Pellegrini ITA def. (8)Junior Rosseli PER 7-6(4) 2-6 6-2 Nick De Koning NED def. (7)Ali Al-Yazidi UAE 3-6 7-6(3) 6-2
- Roy Daniels was proved to have made the right decision in passing up a seeded spot in the Australian Open qualifying draw by sealing qualification to the main draw in Auckland with a 7-6(3), 6-0 win over Canada's Tino Boytchuk. With most lower ranked players either in Australia or in Ecuador, the draw was a weak one which the top three seeds took full advantage of.
Code:Salinas Qualifying Qualifying Round Jason Lawley FRC def. Diogo Santo BRA 6-3 7-6(9) (WC)Michael Chala ECU def. Phillipe Davide BEL 2-6 6-1 7-6(6) Koal Kao FRC def. Sergey Sylantyev UKR 6-7(3) 7-6(5) 6-2 Pierre Garcon FRC def. Torfinn Birkeland NOR 3-6 6-1 6-3 (A)Alex Hurtado ECU def. Manuel Morales ECU 6-1 6-2 [Hurtado replaces Daniel Macias] Mauro Santana ARG def. Ricardo Montano ECU 6-0 7-6(1) [Montano replaces Elvis Vallejo] Yannick Lefevre BEL def. Sixto Calderon ECU 6-3 6-2 Wilson Silva ECU def. Angel Vallejo ECU 7-6(4) 5-7 6-2
- Much like the draw in Auckland, Salinas qualifying was also very barren with just the fourteen competitors. All three FR CWLand players involved were successful in earning maiden ATP Ranking points. Jason Lawley proved too good for Brazil's Diogo Santo in a tight 6-3, 7-6(9) win, whilst Koal Kao had it even tougher as he surged from a set down to outlast Sergey Sylantyev despite having to save two match points. Finally, Pierre Garcon also came from a set down and then did it easy in a 3-6, 6-1, 6-3 win over Torfinn Birkeland.
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