Thailand Open (Bangkok, Thailand) – Gasquets Wins Seventh Title; Lu/Udomchoke Clinch Doubles Crown

Singles – Final
[2] R Gasquet (FRA) d [4] G Simon (FRA) 62 61

Doubles – Final
[WC] Y Lu (TPE) / D Udomchoke (THA) d [4] E Butorac (USA) / P Hanley (AUS) 63 64

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Gasquet: “I played against a French player, who is also my friend, so of course it a little bit strange, but for me it’s a title and I’ve had some tough matches this week so I’m very happy to win. The people here are very nice, the crowd was very nice. The night I played against [Grigor] Dimitrov it was late, but the people stayed and cheered for me so it’s more reason for me to come back next year and defend my title.”

Simon: “I was playing some of the best tennis I ever played yesterday [against Janko Tipsarevic] and today I just couldn’t play at all. Thierry [Tulasne] was here to watch, but it was our last week together so I really wanted to win.”

Lu: “I feel very happy, there’s no reason to be upset at all. I’m very happy for Danai [Udomchoke] to win on his home ground. I don’t know how I can explain how I feel, I’m just very happy and I appreciate playing with my friend. This is another experience we go through as friends and I’m happy.”
Udomchoke: “I was at my happiest moment during match point because I’ve always dreamed of holding a Thailand Open trophy in the 10 years I’ve played the tournament. I feel very proud of having done it today.”

Guangzhou (Fri): Robson Ends 22-Year Wait For British Finalist

Guangzhou, China
September 17-22, 2012

Results – Friday, September 21, 2012
Singles – Semifinals
Laura Robson (GBR) d. (3) Sorana Cirstea (ROU) 64 62
Hsieh Su-Wei (TPE) d. (4) Urszula Radwanska (POL) 61 36 60

Doubles – Semifinals
(1) Gajdosova/Niculescu (AUS/ROU) d. Luzhanska/Zheng (USA/CHN) 75 76(3)
(3) Tanasugarn/Zhang (THA/CHN) d. Han/Liu (CHN/CHN) 63 63

Order Of Play – Saturday, September 22, 2012
Centre Court (from 15.00hrs)
1. Singles Final: Hsieh Su-Wei vs. Laura Robson
2. Doubles Final: Gajdosova/Niculescu vs. Tanasugarn/Zhang

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ATP Results 1-27-10


Singles – Semi-finals
[3] N Djokovic (SRB) vs [2] R Federer (SUI) 76(3) 75 64

Doubles – Semi-finals
[1] B Bryan (USA) / M Bryan (USA) d E Butorac (USA) / J Rojer (AHO) 63 62
[3] M Bhupathi (IND) / L Paes (IND) d [2] M Mirnyi (BLR) / D Nestor (CAN) 76(5) 46 63

[7] D Ferrer (ESP) vs [5] A Murray (GBR)

Australian Open Results – January 26th


Singles – Quarter-finals
[7] D Ferrer (ESP) d [1] R Nadal (ESP) 64 62 63
[5] A Murray (GBR) d A Dolgopolov (UKR) 75 63 67(3) 63

Doubles – Quarter-finals
[2] M Mirnyi (BLR) / D Nestor (CAN) d [5] M Fyrstenberg (POL) / M Matkowski (POL) 76(3) 63
[3] M Bhupathi (IND) / L Paes (IND) d [8] M Llodra (FRA) / N Zimonjic (SRB) 64 64

[3] N Djokovic (SRB) vs [2] R Federer (SUI)

ATP Results – 1-25-2011


Singles – Quarter-finals
[2] R Federer (SUI) d [19] S Wawrinka (SUI) 61 63 63
[3] N Djokovic (SRB) d [6] T Berdych (CZE) 61 76(5) 61

Doubles – Quarter-finals
[1] B Bryan (USA) / M Bryan (USA) d [6] J Melzer (AUT) / P Petzschner (GER) 63 76(7)
E Butorac (USA) / J Rojer (AHO) d [4] L Kubot (POL) / O Marach (AUT) 63 64

[1] R Nadal (ESP) vs [7] D Ferrer (ESP)
A Dolgopolov (UKR) vs [5] A Murray (GBR)

Natomas Men’s Pro Tennis Tournament – Sacramento, CA, USA

$ 50,000.00
OCTOBER 02 – OCTOBER 10, 2010

Singles – Finals

J Millman (AUS) d [5] R Kendrick (USA) 63 62

Doubles – Finals

[2] R de Voest (RSA) / I Van Der Merwe (RSA) d N Monroe (USA) / D Young (USA) 46 64 10-7

Malaysian Open, Kuala Lumpur 2010 Saturday Tennis Results

Malaysian Open, Kuala Lumpur 2010

ATP WORLD TOUR 250 $850,000 ($947,750 Total Financial Commitment)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (+7 hours GMT)
27 September – 3 October, 2010 Surface: Indoor Hard


Singles – Semi-finals
[4] M Youzhny (RUS) d [Q] I Andreev (RUS) 36 60 62
[8] A Golubev (KAZ) d [5] D Ferrer (ESP) 75 76(4)

Doubles – Semi-finals
[1] M Fyrstenberg (POL) / M Matkowski (POL) d S Stakhovsky (UKR) / M Youzhny (RUS) 60 61
[2] F Cermak (CZE) / M Mertinak (SVK) d A Golubev (KAZ) / D Istomin (UZB) 63 64


CENTER COURT start 2:30 pm
[1] M Fyrstenberg (POL) / M Matkowski (POL) vs [2] F Cermak (CZE) / M Mertinak (SVK)

Not Before 4:00 PM
[8] A Golubev (KAZ) vs [4] M Youzhny (RUS)

Lexus of Las Vegas Open Monday Qualifying Scores and Tuesday Order of Play

Las Vegas high school students and Lexus of Las Vegas Open wild cards Sarah Toti and Gabby Smith fell on the second day of qualifying on Monday at the Red Rock Country Club. Both players had won their opening round matches on Sunday. Qualifying will be completed on Tuesday morning with four matches beginning at 10 a.m. The four winners will gain direct entry into the main draw of the event, which begins Tuesday with main draw singles matches following the final round of qualifying.

Toti was beaten by No. 2 seeded Julia Boserup, 6-0, 6-4 while No. 4 seeded Jorgelina Cravero got past Smith 6-0, 6-1.

Please see the attached qualifying singles draw, main draw singles and doubles draw and Tuesday’s order of play.

Seoul (Sat): Kleybanova & Zakopalova Into Final

September 20-26, 2010

Results – Saturday, September 25, 2010
Singles – Semifinals
Klara Zakopalova (CZE) d. (1) Nadia Petrova (RUS) 54 ret. (GI illness)
(5) Alisa Kleybanova (RUS) d. (8) Agnes Szavay (HUN) 63 62

Doubles – Semifinals
Goerges/Hercog (GER/SLO) d. Jans/Peers (POL/AUS) 63 61

Order of Play – Sunday, September 26, 2010
Centre Court (from 12.00hrs)
1. Singles Final: Klara Zakopalova vs. Alisa Kleybanova
2. Doubles Final: Grandin/Uhlirova vs. Goerges/Hercog

Sacks Beats Britton to Take Home USTA Claremont Futures Title

CLAREMONT, Calif., (Sept. 19, 2010) – You can’t blame Gary Sacks for not feeling totally confident about his one-set, 5-0 lead against Devin Britton in the singles final of 15th Annual Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center USTA Pro Classic on Sunday at the Claremont Club.

All Sacks had to do was think back the last time he held a big lead against Britton back in February at the Brownsville, Texas, Futures event. “I was up a set and 5-2 and had match points,” said Sacks. “I let him back in and he won the match. So up a set and at 5-2 today I was thinking, ‘You better finish this.’ “

Finish it Sacks, 23, of Woodland Hills, Calif., did winning the $10,000 Pro Circuit event with an entertaining and highly competitive 7-6 (8), 6-2 win over the former NCAA singles champion Britton, 19, of Brandon, Miss.

Ironically, it was after that loss to Britton in Brownsville that the former USC Trojan Sacks decided to quick tennis. “I just needed some time off and it was after I lost that match I decided I was done with tennis,” said Sacks, who added a bad back was another reason he decided to stop playing. “I had to be away from it for awhile to really fully appreciate it. I started coaching tennis and learned a lot just teaching kids. I’ve rededicated myself and I’m a different player now.”

Tournament director Barry Friedman said it was the first time in the tournament’s history that a qualifier had gotten even as far as the semifinals, let alone win the entire tournament. Sacks pocketed $1,300 for his win while Britton takes home $900.

Britton said Sunday’s match and the one in Texas were like night and day. “This was 10 times better,” said Britton, who held three set points in the first set but could not convert on any of them. “Oh, man. In Texas there were 30 mile per hour winds and the balls were going everywhere. It was so ugly. Gary played really well today and I did too.

“He was just a little more aggressive on the big points. I just had no energy left in the second set.”

Britton is entered in both the Costa Mesa and Irvine $10,000 USTA Futures events while Sacks will take a week off and then play the Irvine tournament. “This feels great,” Sacks said. “I am so tired. To come through qualifying to win the tournament is really amazing.”

Sunday’s final singles results

Gary Sacks, South Africa (q), def. Devin Britton, U.S., 7-6 (8), 6-2

Recent Claremont Champions

Year      Singles Winner               Singles Runner-up              Doubles Champions

2010      Gary Sacks                    Devin Britton                      Taylor Fogleman-Chris Kearney

2009      Matej Bocko                   Bradley Klahn                    Brett Joelson-Ashwin Kumar

2008      Tigran Martirosyan          Adriano Biasello                 Marcus Fugate-Nima Roshan

2007      Carsten Ball                    Robert Yim                        Nikita Kryvonos-Michael McClune

2006      Dudi Sela                       Sascha Kloer                     Ryler DeHeart-Dennis Zivkovic

2005      Benedikt Dorsch             Tyler Cleveland                  K.C. Corkery-James Pade

2004      Bobby Reynolds            Huntley Montgomery          Nick Rainey-Brian Wilson

2003      Glenn Weiner                  Jimy Szymanski                 K.C. Corkery-James Pade

2002      Dmitry Tursunov             Raven Klaasen                   Chris Magyary-Mirko Pehar

Points, Prize Money for $10,000 Futures Tournaments

Singles                         Doubles

Points               Prize $              Points               Prize $

Winner                          17                     $1,300              17                     $630

Finalist                          9                         $900                9                    $330

Semifinalist                   5                         $480                5                    $260

Quarterfinalist                2                         $290                2                    $180

Round of 16                  1                         $200                1                    ——

Round of 32                  0                         $117.50            –                     ——

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