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Post Info TOPIC: Week 8 - ATP Challenger 75 - Coosa Valley Open - Rome, GA, USA (indoor hard)


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RE: Week 8 - ATP Challenger 75 - Coosa Valley Open - Rome, GA, USA (indoor hard)


L16:  Alastair Gray WR 292 defeated (Q) Patrick Kypson (USA) WR 526 by 7-6(3) 6-3

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QF:  (1) Jordan Thompson (AUS) WR 93 (CH = 43 in July 2019) vs  Alastair Gray WR 292



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Stircrazy wrote:

QF:  Alexis Galarneau & Edan Leshem (CAN/ISR) CR 782 (471+311) vs (4) Scott Duncan & Marcus Willis CR 637 (297+340)

 


 Scott & Marcus broke for *4-2 in the first set then lost 4 games in a row.

4-6



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Duncan/Willis just took the second set

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QF:  (3) Daniel Cukierman (ISR) & Joshua Paris CR 547 (218+329) "defeated" Mats Moraing & Aleksandar Vukic (GER/AUS) UNR  (721+0) by a walkover


QF:  Alexis Galarneau & Edan Leshem (CAN/ISR) CR 782 (471+311) defeated (4) Scott Duncan & Marcus Willis CR 637 (297+340) by 6-4 3-6 [11-9]  bleh



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QF:  (3) Daniel Cukierman (ISR) & Joshua Paris CR 547 (218+329) "defeated" Mats Moraing & Aleksandar Vukic (GER/AUS) UNR  (721+0) by a walkover


QF:  Alexis Galarneau & Edan Leshem (CAN/ISR) CR 782 (471+311) defeated (4) Scott Duncan & Marcus Willis CR 637 (297+340) by 6-4 3-6 [11-9]  bleh


SF:  Gabriel Decamps & Alex Rybakov (BRA/USA) CR 1376 (580+796) vs (3) Daniel Cukierman (ISR) & Joshua Paris CR 547 (218+329)



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Stircrazy wrote:
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QF:  (3) Daniel Cukierman (ISR) & Joshua Paris CR 547 (218+329) "defeated" Mats Moraing & Aleksandar Vukic (GER/AUS) UNR  (721+0) by a walkover


QF:  Alexis Galarneau & Edan Leshem (CAN/ISR) CR 782 (471+311) defeated (4) Scott Duncan & Marcus Willis CR 637 (297+340) by 6-4 3-6 [11-9]  bleh


SF:  Gabriel Decamps & Alex Rybakov (BRA/USA) CR 1376 (580+796) vs (3) Daniel Cukierman (ISR) & Joshua Paris CR 547 (218+329)


QF:  (2) Luke Johnson & Sem Verbeek (NED) CR 317 (179+138) defeated Alex Michelsen & Benjamin Sigouin (USA/CAN) CR 1035 (699+336) by 5-7 6-2 [11-9]

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SF:  Alexis Galarneau & Edan Leshem (CAN/ISR) CR 782 (471+311) vs (2) Luke Johnson & Sem Verbeek (NED) CR 317 (179+138)



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11-9 in the MTB to Luke and Dutch friend

Really close at the end - Luke played a super point at 8-8 - it looks like a really basic, standard shot, but it would have been so easy to rush it and mess it up and he took his time, placed it well, forced the error, kept them in it...

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QF:  (1) Jordan Thompson (AUS) WR 93 (CH = 43 in July 2019) vs  Alastair Gray WR 292


 

Ali has lost the first set 4-6.

2 early breaks for Thompson for 1-4*. One break pulled back for 3-4*. Then with serve.



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Gray's backhand is scarily bad.

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QF:  (1) Jordan Thompson (AUS) WR 93 defeated  Alastair Gray WR 292 by 4 & 2  cry



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Thompson plays far too many challengers, always in the top 100 and seems to play these tournaments all the time.

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RainDelay wrote:

Gray's backhand is scarily bad.


 I know biggrin

Everyone goes - oh, what a gorgeous one-handed backhand (because every now and then, one backhnad will connect and the one-hander element has a strong fan base). But it's really not good....



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It's a shame because i love one handed backhands, i'd never seen him play before this week, watched an earlier round match which he won and thought it was bad then, but hoped it was just a bad day, today was worse, although Thompson was always going to be able to exploit it. 



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Thompson plays far too many challengers, always in the top 100 and seems to play these tournaments all the time.

Agreed



-- Edited by RainDelay on Friday 24th of February 2023 10:04:58 PM

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SF:  (2) Luke Johnson & Sem Verbeek (NED) CR 317 (179+138) defeated Alexis Galarneau & Edan Leshem (CAN/ISR) CR 782 (471+311) by 1 & 2



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