Synonyms for íñigo_cervantes or Related words with íñigo_cervantes

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Examples of "íñigo_cervantes"
Íñigo Cervantes Huegun (born 30 November 1989 in Hondarribia, Spain) is a Spanish professional tennis player.
Íñigo Cervantes was the defending champion, but chose not to defend his title.
Íñigo Cervantes won the title, defeating Adam Pavlásek in the final, 7–6, 6–4.
Íñigo Cervantes and Juan Lizariturry were the defending champions, but they did not participate this year.
Íñigo Cervantes and Mark Vervoort were the defending champions but chose not to defend their title.
Íñigo Cervantes won the tournament, defeating John Millman in the final.
Íñigo Cervantes was the defending champion but chose not to participate.
Íñigo Cervantes was the defending champion but chose not to defend his title.
Pella went on to win the title, defeating Íñigo Cervantes in the final 7–5, 2–6, 6–4
Íñigo Cervantes won the title defeating Nils Langer in the final, 2–6, 7–6, 6–3.
Thomaz Bellucci won the title after defeating Íñigo Cervantes 6–1, 1–6, 6–3 in the final.
In July, won his ninth Challenger title at Sparkassen Open defeating Íñigo Cervantes 6–1, 1–6, 6–3.
Íñigo Cervantes and Oriol Roca Batalla won the title after Ariel Behar and Enrique López-Pérez retired while trailing 2–6, 5–6.
Paolo Lorenzi won the tournament, defeating Íñigo Cervantes in the final. Lorenzi's quarterfinal match was his 300th win on the ATP Challenger Tour.
Íñigo Cervantes won the title, defeating Daniel Muñoz de la Nava in the final, 6–2, 3–6, 7–6. Cervantes also became the first undefeated champion of the event.
Seeded 22nd, Dimitrov played in the 2016 US Open. He reached the fourth round for a second time in his career after beating en route Íñigo Cervantes, Jérémy Chardy and João Sousa. He was defeated in straight sets by 2nd seed Andy Murray, who allowed Dimitrov only 5 games in total.
Julio Peralta and Hans Podlipnik-Castillo were the defending champions but chose to defend their title with different partners. Peralta partnered Íñigo Cervantes but lost in the first round to Fabiano de Paula and Fabrício Neis. Podlipnik-Castillo partnered Max Schnur but lost in the first round to Marcelo Tomás Barrios Vera and Nicolás Jarry.
At the French Open, Thiem reached the semi-finals of a major for the first time by defeating Íñigo Cervantes, Guillermo García-López, Alexander Zverev Jr. and Marcel Granollers before defeating David Goffin in the quarter-finals. He lost to No. 1 and eventual champion Novak Djokovic in the semis. By reaching this semifinal he also made his debut inside the Top 10 of ATP Rankings as world No. 7.
Herbert again battled through three rounds of qualifying, beating Hans Podlipnik Castillo, Facundo Argüello and Íñigo Cervantes (the latter over five sets) to make the main draw of Wimbledon. In the first round he beat Hyeon Chung in a three-hour, five-set match, clinching the final set 10–8, claiming his first win in the main draw of a grand slam. In the second round, he lost in straight sets to Bernard Tomic, the player who had beaten him in the semi-finals of Junior US Open in 2009.
In February, Millman was forced to retired in round 1 of the Burnie Challenger with a lower back concern. He returned to complete in the Kyoto Challenger where he reached the final but lost 3–6, 6–3, 3–6 against Michał Przysiężny. Millman lost in round of qualifying at the French Open, then played Vicenza Challenger where he was seeded 6th and lost in the final to Íñigo Cervantes. In June, Millman secured his first Grand Slam main draw entry via qualifying for the first time in his career at Wimbledon. Millman defeated 19th seed Tommy Robredo in round 1, before losing to Marcos Baghdatis in round two, despite having a 2 sets to 0 lead. This result increased Millman's ranking and he reached the top 100 for the first time in July 2015. In August, Millman won his sixth and seventh challenger titles in Kentucky and Aptos. Millman ended 2015 with a ranking of 92.