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Week 38 - ATP 250 - Zhuhai, China (hard)


I was wondering what had happened. Did anyone see it?

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Helen40 wrote:

I was wondering what had happened. Did anyone see it?


 No, but probably with Andy at the moment, it was quite likely simply a case of the better olayer won   



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L16:  Aslan Karatsev (***) WR 63 defeated (7) Andy Murray WR 41 by 4-6 6-3 6-2  cry

Another GB player suffering from a Davis Cup hangover?


 Get that for Dan, he played his socks off last weekend, but Andy had a rest since Friday last week in effect 



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L16:  (2) Cameron Norrie WR 17 defeated (Q) Marc Polmans (AUS) WR 152 by 0 & 3

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QF:  Aslan Karatsev (***) WR 63 vs (2) Cameron Norrie WR 17



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Wow, stands completely packed for Jamies doubles QF vs the Chinese pair on a side court. Well over a 1000 people there. This proves having the early(ish) rounds of a tournament run over a weekend works quite well, instead of what normally happens is you get to a weekend and its just a one court setup.

For me, the perfect schedule would be start tournament on Saturday, and then the later rounds played mostly on an evening concluding with a Friday final. This would also work quite nicely for TV as the finals doesnt clash with an over saturated market with football and other team sports being played on a weekend, plus people just naturally being more out and about.

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QF:  (2) Jamie Murray & Michael Venus (NZL) CR 50 (26+24) defeated (WC) Gao Xin & Li Zhe (CHN/CHN) CR 1181 (563+618) by 4 & 4



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Doubles here v interesting- Jamie and Michael could go top 8 and a possible tour finals place. Theyre currently live 12 th. But the pairs in 10th and 11th we both also left in the semis so it will be very interesting!

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They have to be top 7 to make the finals, which is a further 500+ points.



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They have to be top 7 to make the finals, which is a further 500+ points.


 Ah of course because Hijikata and Kublers win, forgot that. Still with a couple of 1000 events (Shanghai and Paris) and 3 weeks of 500 events (Beijing, Tokyo, Vienna/Basel) to come, it will put them in the mix with a title here?



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SF:  Sebastian Korda & Mackenzie McDonald (USA/USA) UNR (0 [but a CH of  176 in September 2021]+50) vs (2) Jamie Murray & Michael Venus (NZL) CR 50 (26+24)



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QF:  Aslan Karatsev (***) WR 63 defeated (2) Cameron Norrie WR 17 by 7-6(5) 7-6(5)  bleh



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Not really happening for Cam this year. Some disappointing results.

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Some doing a lot of heavy lifting there



-- Edited by Jeff Stelling on Sunday 24th of September 2023 10:54:55 PM

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SF:  (2) Jamie Murray & Michael Venus (NZL) CR 50 (26+24) defeated Sebastian Korda & Mackenzie McDonald (USA/USA) UNR (0+50) by 6-3 6-7(4) [10-2]

They first served for it at 5-4 in the second set.

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Final:  (3) Nathaniel Lammons & Jackson Withrow (USA/USA) CR 55 (27+28) vs (2) Jamie Murray & Michael Venus (NZL) CR 50 (26+24)



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After Nelly Korda's mess-up in the Solheim Cup over the weekend, the Korda family aren't having the best of times .....

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