RelyAid Natomas Challenger

RELYAID NATOMAS CHALLENGER – SACRAMENTO, CA, USA
$ 100,000.00
SEPTEMBER 29 – OCTOBER 07, 2012

RESULTS – SEPTEMBER 29, 2012

Mens
Qualifying Singles – First Round

Qualifying – A Pavic (CRO) d M Santiago (USA) 75 63
Qualifying – J Jung (USA) d A Krajicek (USA) 76(5) 61
Qualifying – D Britton (USA) d [WC] Z Hindle (USA) 64 60
Qualifying – N Meister (USA) d C Guccione (AUS) 16 63 76(3)
Qualifying – P Simmonds (USA) d [WC] L Rosenberg (USA) 62 63
Qualifying – R Thacher (USA) d J Dadamo (USA) 64 63
Qualifying – S Ianni (ITA) d [WC] B Sutter 63 46 61
Qualifying – A Daescu (ROU) d [WC] C Altamirano (USA) 60 60
Qualifying – [WC] M Mcdonald (USA) d A Courtney (USA) 62 62
Qualifying – [WC] L Singh (USA) d [WC] S Kolar (USA) 63 61
Qualifying – A Hubble (AUS) d [WC] N Andrews (USA) 64 62
Qualifying – L Gregorc (SLO) d [WC] O Morel (FRA) 61 61

ORDER OF PLAY – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2012
STADIUM start 10:00 am
Qualifying – A Bossel (SUI) vs P Simmonds (USA)
Qualifying – G Jones (AUS) vs [WC] M Mcdonald (USA)

COURT 1 start 10:00 am
Qualifying – L Gregorc (SLO) vs N Meister (USA)
Qualifying – [WC] L Singh (USA) vs D Britton (USA)

COURT 2 start 10:00 am
Qualifying – R Thacher (USA) vs A Pavic (CRO)
Qualifying – A Daescu (ROU) vs J Jung (USA)

COURT 6 start 10:00 am
Qualifying – F Wolmarans (RSA) vs A Hubble (AUS)
Qualifying – T Daniel (JPN) vs S Ianni (ITA

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

NATOMAS MEN’S PRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT – SACRAMENTO, CA, USA
$ 50,000.00
OCTOBER 02 – OCTOBER 10, 2010

RESULTS – OCTOBER 02, 2010

Mens
Qualifying Singles – Second Round

Qualifying – A Anderson (RSA) d [WC] V Burger (USA) 60 64
Qualifying – L Gregorc (SLO) d G Ben Zvi (ISR) 62 61
Qualifying – P Duclos (CAN) d [WC] A Stryhas (BLR) 61 60
Qualifying – D Cox (GBR) d O Sajous (HAI) 26 62 64
Qualifying – C Mamiit (PHI) d G Sacks (RSA) 64 61
Qualifying – A Krajicek (USA) d B Strode (USA) 75 36 76(6)
Qualifying – C Eaton (GBR) d R Young (USA) 76(6) 46 61
Qualifying – D Kutrovsky (BUL) d R Borvanov (USA) 46 63 75
First Round
Qualifying – G Ben Zvi (ISR) d [WC] N Lopez (USA) 62 62
Qualifying – G Sacks (RSA) d B Bakalov (BUL) 64 46 75
Qualifying – [WC] A Stryhas (BLR) d [WC] Z Hindle (USA) 63 75
Qualifying – R Young (USA) d J Fruttero (USA) 63 63
Qualifying – O Sajous (HAI) d [WC] N Brunner (USA) 63 76(2)
Qualifying – A Krajicek (USA) d [WC] E Roberson (USA) 61 62

ORDER OF PLAY – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 03, 2010
COURT 1 start 10:00 am
Qualifying – L Gregorc (SLO) vs C Mamiit (PHI)

COURT 2 start 10:00 am
Qualifying – D Cox (GBR) vs A Krajicek (USA)

COURT 3 start 10:00 am
Qualifying – P Duclos (CAN) vs C Eaton (GBR)

COURT 6 start 10:00 am
Qualifying – A Anderson (RSA) vs D Kutrovsky (BUL)

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

NATOMAS MEN’S PRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT – SACRAMENTO, CA, USA
$ 50,000.00
OCTOBER 02 – OCTOBER 10, 2010

ORDER OF PLAY – SATURDAY, OCTOBER 02, 2010
COURT 1 start 9:00 am
Qualifying – [WC] N Brenner (USA) vs O Sajous (HAI)
Qualifying – J Fruttero (USA) vs R Young (USA)

Not Before 12:00 PM
Qualifying – D Cox (GBR) vs [WC] N Brenner (USA) or O Sajous (HAI)
Qualifying – J Fruttero (USA) or R Young (USA) vs C Eaton (GBR)

COURT 2 start 9:00 am
Qualifying – [WC] N Lopez (USA) vs G Ben Zvi (ISR)
Qualifying – [WC] Z Hindle (USA) vs [WC] A Stryhas (BLR)

Not Before 12:00 PM
Qualifying – L Gregorc (SLO) vs [WC] N Lopez (USA) or G Ben Zvi (ISR)
Qualifying – P Duclos (CAN) vs [WC] Z Hindle (USA) or [WC] A Stryhas (BLR)

COURT 3 start 9:00 am
Qualifying – G Sacks (RSA) vs B Bakalov (BUL)
Qualifying – R Borvanov (USA) vs D Kutrovsky (BUL)

Not Before 12:00 PM
Qualifying – G Sacks (RSA) or B Bakalov (BUL) vs C Mamiit (PHI)

COURT 6 start 9:00 am
Qualifying – A Krajicek (USA) vs [WC] E Roberson (USA)
Qualifying – A Anderson (RSA) vs [WC] V Burger (USA)

Not Before 12:00 PM
Qualifying – A Krajicek (USA) or [WC] E Roberson (USA) vs B Strode (USA)

Seoul (final): Kleybanova Captures Second Title of Season

HANSOL KOREA OPEN
Seoul-KOR
September 20-26, 2010
$220,000/International
Hard/Outdoors

Results – Sunday, September 26, 2010
Singles – Final
(5) Alisa Kleybanova (RUS) d. Klara Zakopalova (CZE) 61 63

Doubles – Final
Goerges/Hercog (GER/SLO) d. (4) Grandin/Uhlirova (RSA/CZE) 63 64

Final Facts
- Kleybanova, 21, wins her second Sony Ericsson WTA Tour singles title. She is now 2-0 in Tour finals, also winning her only previous final – at the Kuala Lumpur in February.
– In the first set of her second round match against Ksenia Pervak, 28th-ranked Kleybanova lost the longest tie-break of the year (15-13). Thereafter she lost just 15 games in eight sets on her way to the title.
– Zakopalova falls to 2-9 in career finals, and 0-2 this year. The 28-year-old Czech, currently ranked No.39, was runner-up to Caroline Wozniacki in Copenhagen earlier in the summer.
– Julia Goerges and Polona Hercog win their first Tour doubles title as a unit. Goerges now owns three doubles titles, while Hercog has two.

Final Quotes
Alisa Kleybanova, 2010 Hansol Korea Open singles champion:

“Before coming here I wasn’t thinking about winning the title because I haven’t been playing so well recently. Day by day, match by match, I was feeling better about my game; towards the end of the tournament I was fighting to win the title. The first title is always special, but the second one gives me confidence and proves the first one wasn’t a lucky one. This definitely helps me towards getting into the Top 20. I know not straight away, but it gives me the belief.”

Klara Zakopalova, 2010 Hansol Korea Open singles runner-up:
“Alisa was playing very well today. I was fighting and tried my best, but it was not enough against her. The Korean fans were supporting me so much all week though, and I have to thank them.”

Seoul (Sat): Kleybanova & Zakopalova Into Final

HANSOL KOREA OPEN
Seoul-KOR
September 20-26, 2010
$220,000/International
Hard/Outdoors

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

Seoul (Fri): Szavay Dethrones Date Krumm

HANSOL KOREA OPEN
Seoul-KOR
September 20-26, 2010
$220,000/International
Hard/Outdoors

Results – Friday, September 24, 2010
Singles – Quarterfinals
(1) Nadia Petrova (RUS) d. Kirsten Flipkens (BEL) 62 61
(5) Alisa Kleybanova (RUS) d. Ekaterina Makarova (RUS) 61 62
(8) Agnes Szavay (HUN) d. Kimiko Date Krumm (JPN) 62 67(3) 63
Klara Zakopalova (CZE) d. (WC) Dinara Safina (RUS) 75 63

Doubles – Semifinals
(4) Grandin/Uhlirova (RSA/CZE) d. Date Krumm/Morita (JPN/JPN) 61 75

Doubles – Quarterfinals
Goerges/Hercog (GER/SLO) d. Brianti/Gallovits (ITA/ROU) 64 26 1210 (Match TB)
Jans/Peers (POL/AUS) d. (WC) Kim/Lee (KOR/KOR) 16 62 107 (Match TB)

Order of Play – Saturday, September 25, 2010
Centre Court (from 12.00hrs)
1. Alisa Kleybanova vs. Agnes Szavay
2. Nadia Petrova vs. Klara Zakopalova
3. Goerges/Hercog vs. Jans/Peers

Sunshine Facts About Wozniacki’s Win

New Haven, CT-USA
August 22-28, 2010
$600,000/Premier
Hard/Outdoors

Results – Saturday, August 28, 2010
Singles – Final

(1) Caroline Wozniacki (DEN) d. (8/WC) Nadia Petrova (RUS) 63 36 63

Doubles – Final
(1) Peschke/Srebotnik (CZE/SLO) d. Mattek-Sands/Shaughnessy (USA/USA) 75 60


Final Facts

– Wozniacki wins her fourth title of the year – the most of any player – and 10th of her career. The ninth came at Montréal last week and the eighth at Copenhagen earlier in the month. She is now 10-7 in Tour singles finals.
– 20-year-old Wozniacki has now triumphed at New Haven three years running. Venus Williams won at New Haven four years in a row (1999-2002).
– Wozniacki owns a perfect 13-0 record at New Haven (5-0 to win in 2008, 5-0 to win in 2009 and 3-0 to win this year, a first round bye and quarterfinal walkover from Flavia Pennetta cutting her workload this year).
– Petrova was the No.8 seed this week, upsetting No.2 seed Samantha Stosur (her 450th career victory) en route to her first final since 2008 (when she reached four). She leaves New Haven 9-11 in career finals.
– Peschke and Srebotnik win their second title of the season together (also Indian Wells); in 2010 they have also been runners-up five times, including at Roland Garros and last week at Montréal. Peschke now has 16 doubles titles to her name, Srebotnik 23.

Final Quotes
Caroline Wozniacki, 2010 Pilot Pen Tennis at Yale singles champion:

“In the second set Nadia started hitting some nice winners, and she broke my serve straight away. I just needed to keep focused. The crowd has been amazing here, cheering me on. Yesterday I was down and they got me through it. It’s a great feeling. I love this tournament – it has been great preparation for me the last couple of years. I’d love to come back.”

Nadia Petrova, 2010 Pilot Pen Tennis at Yale singles runner-up:
“It was a good match and I’m happy to reach the final here. Caroline is very good on the defensive. My game is trying to step in and try to go to the net, but she didn’t give me many opportunities to do that. I had a tough hardcourt season. My confidence was a little bit on the floor when I came here. Now I’m back in my shoes. I’m happy and excited for the Open.”

Wozniacki Wins The Pilot Pen

ORDER OF PLAY – SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 2010 STADIUM start [1] C Wozniacki (DEN) d [8] [WC] N Petrova (RUS) 63 36 63 – WTA SINGLES FINAL

Not Before 2:30 PM
R Lindstedt (SWE) / H Tecau (ROU) d R Bopanna (IND) / A Qureshi (PAK)
64 75 – ATP DOUBLES FINAL

Starting at 7:00 PM
[9] S Stakhovsky (UKR) d [15] D Istomin (UZB) 36 63 64 – ATP SINGLES FINAL [1] K Peschke (CZE) / K Srebotnik (SLO) d B Mattek-Sands (USA) / M Shaughnessy (USA) 75 60 – WTA DOUBLES FINAL