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RE: Week 7 - ITF M25 - Glasgow, Great Britain (indoor hard)


Stircrazy wrote:
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The main draw - matches involving Brits only:

L32:  (Q) Tom Hands WR 1662 vs (Q) Hendrik Jebens (GER) WR 1093

L32:  (4) Jesper de Jong (NED) WR 419 (CH = 418 two weeks ago) vs (WC) Felix Gill WR 1662 (= CH)
L32:  (WC) Arthur Féry WR 1229 (= CH) vs Aidan McHugh WR 569 (CH = 461 last August)
L32:  Adrian Obert (GER) WR 631 (= CH) vs (WC) Luke Johnson WR 712 (CH = 691 in December 2018)

L32:  (8) Petros Chrysochos (CYP) WR 473 (CH = 378 in December 2018) vs (Q) Mark Whitehouse WR 660
L32:  (Q) Alexander Jhun WR 1545 vs Gijs Brouwer WR 491 (CH = 342 last August)
L32:  Anton Matusevich WR 566 (CH = 563 two weeks ago) vs (Q) Julius Tverijonas (LTU) WR 781
L32:  (Q) Kristjan Tamm (EST) WR 710 vs (3) Evan Hoyt WR 426 (CH = 319 last September)

L32:  (q6) Wojciech Marek (POL) WR 846 vs (WC) Scott Duncan WR 1353 (CH = 1274 last August)
L32:  Karl Friberg (SWE) WR 637 (CH = 631 last August) vs (2) Jack Draper WR 325 (CH = 316 last October)


L32:  (LL) Jack Gibbens WR 1886 vs Alexander Donski (BUL) WR 567 (CH = 563 last month)

Jack has replaced Calvin Hemery.  The match is in the bottom quarter of the draw.

One result so far:

L32:  (4) Jesper de Jong (NED) WR 419 defeated (WC) Felix Gill WR 1662 by 6-0 retired  cry


 Clearly felix was put off by de Jongs ranking !



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Stircrazy wrote:
L32:  (LL) Jack Gibbens WR 1886 vs Alexander Donski (BUL) WR 567 (CH = 563 last month)

Jack has replaced Calvin Hemery.


Fat lot of good it did him:  Donski won by 3 & 1!



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Luke takes full advantage of his WC, albeit by way of his opponent's retirement:

L32:  (WC) Luke Johnson WR 712 defeated Adrian Obert (GER) WR 631 by 6-1 4-0 retired



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L16:  Jonathan Binding & Henry Patten UNR (871+0) "defeated" Yanais Laurent & Valentin Royer (FRA/FRA) CR 2665 (545+2120) by a walkover

L16:  (2) Simon Freund (SWE) & Evan Hoyt CR 632 (378+254) "defeated" Hendrik Jebens & Adrian Obert (GER/GER) CR 2054 (601+1453) by a walkover



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Stircrazy wrote:

Luke takes full advantage of his WC, albeit by way of his opponent's retirement:

L32:  (WC) Luke Johnson WR 712 defeated Adrian Obert (GER) WR 631 by 6-1 4-0 retired


Luke is the only Brit to progress today - final match involving one:

L32:  (q6) Wojciech Marek (POL) WR 846 defeated (WC) Scott Duncan WR 1353 by 7-6(3) 3-6 6-4



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Stircrazy wrote:

L16:  Jonathan Binding & Henry Patten UNR (871+0) "defeated" Yanais Laurent & Valentin Royer (FRA/FRA) CR 2665 (545+2120) by a walkover

L16:  (2) Simon Freund (SWE) & Evan Hoyt CR 632 (378+254) "defeated" Hendrik Jebens & Adrian Obert (GER/GER) CR 2054 (601+1453) by a walkover


L16:  Karl Friberg (SWE) & Jake Hersey CR 2085 (747+1338) defeated Petros Chrysochos & Charlie Emhardt (CYP/USA) CR 1250 (644+606) by 4 & 3  biggrin



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Stircrazy wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:

L16:  Jonathan Binding & Henry Patten UNR (871+0) "defeated" Yanais Laurent & Valentin Royer (FRA/FRA) CR 2665 (545+2120) by a walkover

L16:  (2) Simon Freund (SWE) & Evan Hoyt CR 632 (378+254) "defeated" Hendrik Jebens & Adrian Obert (GER/GER) CR 2054 (601+1453) by a walkover


L16:  Karl Friberg (SWE) & Jake Hersey CR 2085 (747+1338) defeated Petros Chrysochos & Charlie Emhardt (CYP/USA) CR 1250 (644+606) by 4 & 3  biggrin


L16:  (WC) Mark Whitehouse & Marcus Willis UNR (526+0) defeated (4) Antoine Bellier & Vijay Sunder Prashanth (SUI/IND) CR 809 (508+291) by 2 & 3 

*****

QF:  Karl Friberg (SWE) & Jake Hersey CR 2085 (747+1338) vs (WC) Mark Whitehouse & Marcus Willis UNR (526+0)



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Stircrazy wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:

L16:  Jonathan Binding & Henry Patten UNR (871+0) "defeated" Yanais Laurent & Valentin Royer (FRA/FRA) CR 2665 (545+2120) by a walkover

L16:  (2) Simon Freund (SWE) & Evan Hoyt CR 632 (378+254) "defeated" Hendrik Jebens & Adrian Obert (GER/GER) CR 2054 (601+1453) by a walkover


L16:  Karl Friberg (SWE) & Jake Hersey CR 2085 (747+1338) defeated Petros Chrysochos & Charlie Emhardt (CYP/USA) CR 1250 (644+606) by 4 & 3  biggrin


L16:  (WC) Mark Whitehouse & Marcus Willis UNR (526+0) defeated (4) Antoine Bellier & Vijay Sunder Prashanth (SUI/IND) CR 809 (508+291) by 2 & 3 

*****

QF:  Karl Friberg (SWE) & Jake Hersey CR 2085 (747+1338) vs (WC) Mark Whitehouse & Marcus Willis UNR (526+0)


L16:  (3) Jesper de Jong & Bart Stevens (NED/NED) CR 716 (311+405) defeated Tom Hands & James Mackinley CR 1957 (923+1034) by 5 & 3
L16:  Jack Draper & Aidan McHugh CR 1799 (1009+790) defeated Alexander Donski & Kristjan Tamm (BUL/EST) CR 1596 (693+903) by 2 & 3  cry

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QF:  (3) Jesper de Jong & Bart Stevens (NED/NED) CR 716 (311+405) vs Jack Draper & Aidan McHugh CR 1799 (1009+790)



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Hmm, not a great programme on the Tuesday singleswise.

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Stircrazy wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:

L16:  Jonathan Binding & Henry Patten UNR (871+0) "defeated" Yanais Laurent & Valentin Royer (FRA/FRA) CR 2665 (545+2120) by a walkover

L16:  (2) Simon Freund (SWE) & Evan Hoyt CR 632 (378+254) "defeated" Hendrik Jebens & Adrian Obert (GER/GER) CR 2054 (601+1453) by a walkover


L16:  Karl Friberg (SWE) & Jake Hersey CR 2085 (747+1338) defeated Petros Chrysochos & Charlie Emhardt (CYP/USA) CR 1250 (644+606) by 4 & 3  biggrin


L16:  (WC) Mark Whitehouse & Marcus Willis UNR (526+0) defeated (4) Antoine Bellier & Vijay Sunder Prashanth (SUI/IND) CR 809 (508+291) by 2 & 3 

*****

QF:  Karl Friberg (SWE) & Jake Hersey CR 2085 (747+1338) vs (WC) Mark Whitehouse & Marcus Willis UNR (526+0)


L16:  (3) Jesper de Jong & Bart Stevens (NED/NED) CR 716 (311+405) defeated Tom Hands & James Mackinley CR 1957 (923+1034) by 5 & 3
L16:  Jack Draper & Aidan McHugh CR 1799 (1009+790) defeated Alexander Donski & Kristjan Tamm (BUL/EST) CR 1596 (693+903) by 2 & 3  cry

******

QF:  (3) Jesper de Jong & Bart Stevens (NED/NED) CR 716 (311+405) vs Jack Draper & Aidan McHugh CR 1799 (1009+790)


L16:  Elliott Farmer & Alexander Jhun CR 1972 (1012+960) defeated Matteo Martineau & Quentin Robert (FRA/FRA) CR 1202 (421+781) by 6-4 7-6(3)

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QF:  Elliott Farmer & Alexander Jhun CR 1972 (1012+960) vs (2) Simon Freund (SWE) & Evan Hoyt CR 632 (378+254)



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I noticed this event is called the Scottish Championships on itf site. Is it the official scottish championships then?

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L32:  Anton Matusevich WR 566 defeated (Q) Julius Tverijonas (LTU) WR 781 by 3 & 1



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So far, with half the first round completed, no one has managed to win this week who got a win last week, if that makes sense. I am sure that will come as the day progresses.

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JonH comes home wrote:

So far, with half the first round completed, no one has managed to win this week who got a win last week, if that makes sense. I am sure that will come as the day progresses.


 Scratch that, Mark Whitehouse gets a win to add to last week, as does Jack Draper.  



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JonH comes home wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

So far, with half the first round completed, no one has managed to win this week who got a win last week, if that makes sense. I am sure that will come as the day progresses.


 Scratch that, Mark Whitehouse gets a win to add to last week, as does Jack Draper.  


 Aha - the inverse jinx approach. I like it.



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