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Bogdanovic, Parmar, Lee, Bloomfield and Baker all made the main draw.


Round 1:


4 Alex Bogdanovic vs Uros Vico (Ita) WR 220
Arvind Parmar vs Martin Lee
Richard Bloomfield vs 6 Gilles Elseneer (Bel) WR 155
Jamie Baker vs Igor Kunitsyn (Rus) WR 110 (tough one for Jamie)


Qualifying:


Adam Lownsbrough didn't disappoint - another double bagle from Adrian Menendez WR 456 in round 1.
Johnny Marray had a bye in round one and then beat Scott Schnugg (USA) 7-6(5), 6-4. He plays Michael Ryderstedt WR 349 for a place in the main draw.



-- Edited by GC77 at 20:01, 2006-04-22

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Q3:


Ryderstedt (5) d. Marray (4) 64 62



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Trying to find out if anex is still playing......


http://www.teniscanarias.com/ event web site not really running as yet.....


 



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tough match for alex really, i think he gets on quite well with vico, hoprfully vico will be tired from cardiff.

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Sally wrote:

Q3:
Ryderstedt (5) d. Marray (4) 64 62




At least Nathaliia will be pleased.

Jonny's now out of the top 450, he's stepped down to futures level and is playing a series of tournaments in Greece where he will be one of the top seeds, hopefully he can string some wins together then.

Re main draw:

Horrible draws for Richard and Jamie. Kunistyn's at a career high of 110, he qualified for Miami, reached semis of Talahasee Challenger. He did lose in rd1 of cardiff though. He's the highest ranked player Jamie will have played so far.

Elseneer has a massive serve, I reckon he'll beat Richard in straights as he's got a more powerful baseline game. Richard's lined up for a number of challengers in coming weeks which is great.

Parmar v Lee will be an interesting match, they've been rivals since they were juniors. Lee leads 3-2 on head-to-head but 4 of those matches were in 2001 or earlier. Parmar won in the Nottingham grass-court challenger last July , 7-5, 6-1 in rd1. My money's on Lee though.

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Not before 2 o'clock:


Jamie Baker vs Igor Kunitsyn (Rus)



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Kunitsyn def. Baker 63 75


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Sally wrote:


Kunitsyn def. Baker 63 75

It was tough ask.  Looks as if Jamie made it pretty competitive at least.

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Sally wrote:


Kunitsyn def. Baker 63 75


Kunitsyn...is he the bloke that beat Greg in that Challenger at the end of last year ?


Good effort from Jamie....pity such a bad draw !



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Yeah, it`s the same one.


At least we`ll get one guaranteed winner tomorrow (Parmar v Lee)


OOP:


http://www.atptennis.com/en/common/TrackIt.asp?file=http://www.atptennis.com/posting/2006/3411/op.pdf


Alex is first up on Centre (12 noon local time, 11am GMT), followed by Richard ( not before 2pm local time, 1pm GMT).


Martin and Arvind are on second on court 3 (not before 2pm local time, 1pm GMT).


Fourth on court 2, Jonny and Martin are in the doubles v Gonzalez- de Cueto/ Schnugg


Last on court 2 Richard has to finish his doubles match (Bloomfield/ Dell`Acqua v Carraz/ Pequery), 6-4 4-2 down.


 



-- Edited by Sally at 22:35, 2006-04-24

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aparently the courts here are really bad.

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from mtf:


From tennisteen.it, usually reliable:

(4) Alex Bogdanovic (GBR) beat Uros Vico (ITA) 6-2 2-0 ret.

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Count Zero thanks..........


(4) Alex Bogdanovic (GBR) beat Uros Vico (ITA) 6-2 2-0 ret.


Is it hot there ? or another injury type ?



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23 deg C according to bbc, maybe it was too much for vico coming from cardiff? he was probably knackerd as i think you need to get used to going far in events.

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How comes Bogdanovic has so many matches where his opponent retires?

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