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RE: Week 39 - ITF M15 - Forbach, France (indoor carpet)


QF:  Adam Moundir (MAR) WR 726 (CH = 437 in November 2019) vs Hamish Stewart WR 844



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SF:  (3) Millen Hurrion & Finn Reynolds (NZL) CR 1234 (686+548) defeated (1) Arthur Bouquier & Niklas Schell (FRA/GER) CR 548 (308+240) by 4 & 5  biggrin



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SF:  (3) Millen Hurrion & Finn Reynolds (NZL) CR 1234 (686+548) defeated (1) Arthur Bouquier & Niklas Schell (FRA/GER) CR 548 (308+240) by 4 & 5  biggrin


SF:  (2) Louroi Martinez & Adam Moundir (SUI/MAR) CR 1150 (644+506) defeated (4) James Davis & Hamish Stewart CR 1364 (687+677) by 4-6 7-6(6) [10-7]  hmm

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Final:  (3) Millen Hurrion & Finn Reynolds (NZL) CR 1234 (686+548) vs (2) Louroi Martinez & Adam Moundir (SUI/MAR) CR 1150 (644+506)



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QF:  Hamish Stewart WR 844 defeated Adam Moundir (MAR) WR 726 by 6-3 4-6 7-6(5)  biggrin

The Moroccan served for it at 5-4 in the third...



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Getting better and better

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Hamish is starting to climb the rankings...



-- Edited by paulisi on Friday 29th of September 2023 05:17:31 PM

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SF:  (7) Tom Gentzsch (GER) WR 714 (CH = 670 last month) vs Hamish Stewart WR 844



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Millen & Finn s!  biggrin

Final:  (3) Millen Hurrion & Finn Reynolds (NZL) CR 1234 (686+548) defeated (2) Louroi Martinez & Adam Moundir (SUI/MAR) CR 1150 (644+506) by 6-4 3-6 [10-7]  :woot:



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SF:  Hamish Stewart WR 844 defeated (7) Tom Gentzsch (GER) WR 714 by 7-6(6) 7-6(4)  biggrin

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Final:  Hamish Stewart WR 844 vs (8) Daniil Glinka (EST) WR 734 (CH = 659 last month)



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Allez Hamish, all the way, through the line, boy, through the line ! #fingerscrossed

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Allez Hamish, all the way, through the line, boy, through the line ! #fingerscrossed


"Through the line"?!!  confuse  We normally talk in English about getting something "over the line" (or, at a pinch, "across the line")... 



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Stircrazy wrote:
Coup Droit wrote:

Allez Hamish, all the way, through the line, boy, through the line ! #fingerscrossed


"Through the line"?!!  confuse  We normally talk in English about getting something "over the line" (or, at a pinch, "across the line")... 


 Interesting but slighlty different meanings, in my view

Yes, 'over the line' is fine for when you manage to get the win, i.e. you managed to get 'over the line'

But in athletics you shout at runners to run 'through the line' - the idea being not to focus on the line itself but on 10 metres (say) the other side of the line. Because if you focus on the line, you'll fractionally slow up when you get there but if you focus on running 'through the line' you'll still be going maximum speed because you're aiming for that imaginary line 10 metres further one

 



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Coup Droit wrote:
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Coup Droit wrote:

Allez Hamish, all the way, through the line, boy, through the line ! #fingerscrossed


"Through the line"?!!  confuse  We normally talk in English about getting something "over the line" (or, at a pinch, "across the line")... 


 Interesting but slighlty different meanings, in my view

Yes, 'over the line' is fine for when you manage to get the win, i.e. you managed to get 'over the line'

But in athletics you shout at runners to run 'through the line' - the idea being not to focus on the line itself but on 10 metres (say) the other side of the line. Because if you focus on the line, you'll fractionally slow up when you get there but if you focus on running 'through the line' you'll still be going maximum speed because you're aiming for that imaginary line 10 metres further one


Interesting, as you say, CD, & point taken.  Can't say as I've heard the expression before, but then, I pay little attention to what athletics (or any other sports) commentators say, as I can't abide the way they mangle the English language.  cry



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Unfortunately, as far as lines are concerned, Hamish did not manage to get over it, across it or through it

Final: Hamish Stewart WR 844 LOST to (8) Daniil Glinka (EST) WR 734 4-6 4-6


But still a very good week

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