Synonyms for amir_hadad or Related words with amir_hadad

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Examples of "amir_hadad"
Kevin Anderson / Ryler DeHeart def. Amir Hadad / Harel Levy, 6–4, 4–6, [10–6]
Colin Fleming / Ken Skupski def. Amir Hadad / Harel Levy, 6–3, 7–6
Daniele Bracciali / Alessandro Motti def. Amir Hadad / Harel Levy, 6–4, 6–2
Daniele Bracciali and Alessandro Motti won in the final 6–4, 6–2, against Amir Hadad and Harel Levy.
Amir Hadad (in Hebrew אמיר חדד) (born February 17, 1978, in Lod, Israel) is a retired professional tennis player.
Colin Fleming and Ken Skupski defeated Amir Hadad and Harel Levy in the final 6–3, 7–6(6).
Attila Balázs and Amir Hadad were the defending champions, but they chose to not play together this year.
and a singles semifinal appearance in Israel F4 in November, where he beat No. 839 Amir Hadad.
Vagnozzi chose to play with Leonardo Azzaro, however they lost to James Cerretani and Amir Hadad in the first round.
Kevin Anderson and Ryler DeHeart won in the final 6–4, 4–6, [10–6], against Amir Hadad and Harel Levy.
Qureshi teamed with Israeli player Amir Hadad during Wimbledon and the US Open tournaments in 2002. He is now a member of the "Champions for Peace" club, a group of 54 athletes committed to serving peace in the world through sport, created by Peace and Sport, a Monaco-based international organisation.
Throughout the years, many players from the center in Jaffa have won the Israel Tennis Championship as well as other national and international tournaments. Well known competitors include Amir Vintrov, a player on the Israel Davis Cup team and two time Israel Men’s Champion (2010 and 2012), Amir Hadad, three time Israel Men’s Champion (2000, 2001, 2004) and Eyal Ehrlich, Israel Men’s Champion (1996.)
Football is the only sport in which these two nations played against each other at the 1960 AFC Asian Cup qualifiers. During the 2002 Wimbledon Open, Israeli tennis player Amir Hadad teamed up with Pakistani tennis player Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi to play in the 3rd round doubles. The Israeli and Pakistani teams, with their pairing of an Israeli and a Pakistani, made headline news.
Most notably he competed in the main draw of the 1999 Wimbledon Championships. He was eliminated in the opening round of qualifying in the singles and only narrowly missed qualification in the men's doubles, he and partner Amir Hadad lost the final qualifier in five sets. However the pair received a lucky loser entry into the main draw, where they lost in the first round to South Africans David Adams and John-Laffnie de Jager.
After another loss on the road at the hands of the New York Buzz, the Lobsters hosted the Delaware Smash in the inaugural match on their new home court at the Ferncroft Country Club on July 7, 2008. Jan-Michael Gambill gave the Lobsters an early lead with a 5–3 set win in the opening set of men's singles. Kops-Jones teamed with Pelletier and Amir Hadad for set wins in women's and mixed doubles. After dropping the final set of women's singles to Madison Brengle, Pelletier clinched a 23–19 victory for the Lobsters when she won the third game of overtime.
Aisam and Amir Hadad picked up the ATP's Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award. ATP chief executive Mark Miles said, "During a summer when fear and hatred garnered much of the headlines, Amir and Aisam-ul-Haq provided much needed relief with their simple message about tolerance through tennis." Aisam, partnering Hadad, participated at the Milan Open in Milan, Italy, where they were knocked out of the first round by third seeds Tomáš Cibulec and Pavel Vízner, 6–7(8) 1–6. At the Asia/Oceania Group I quarter-final, Pakistan were beaten 5–0 by New Zealand. Aisam went to Germany to play at the Warsteiner Challenger in Wolfsburg, where he reached the final with Austrian Alexander Peya.
In announcing the team's move to Middleton the previous day, the Lobsters also made known their intention to draft and sign Martina Navratilova for the 2008 season. On March 19, 2008, it became official, as Navratilova was selected with the third pick in the Marquee Player Draft. In the Roster Player Draft, the Lobsters chose Jan-Michael Gambill in the first round and left Christina Fusano unprotected. Fusano was selected in the fourth round by the Delaware Smash. In the second round, the Lobsters protected Amir Hadad. This filled the Lobsters' quota of two full-time male players and meant they could not protect Nikita Kryvonos in the third round, where they selected Marie-Ève Pelletier. Raquel Kops-Jones was the team's final selection in the draft, leaving Julie Ditty unprotected. The Lobsters did not select any roster-exempt players.
Asiam qualified for his first Grand Slam at Wimbledon with doubles partner Amir Hadad. This pairing cause much controversy. In the first round they beat Martín Rodríguez and Tom Vanhoudt 7–5 7–6(5) 7–6(2). In the second round, the Pakistani-Israeli pairing caused an upset when they knocked out 11th seeds Ellis Ferreira and Rick Leach 6–4 6–4 6–4 to make it to the third round. They were finally beaten by 7th seed Czechs Martin Damm and Cyril Suk. Aisam was threatened with expulsion from the Davis Cup by the Pakistan Tennis Federation. Although Aisam did have support from Pakistan's Davis Cup captain. Aisam said, "I don't like religion or politics to interfere with sport. We're not here to change anything – politics and governments do that. We're just here to play the game and enjoy it." The ITF eventually intervened, forcing the PTF to rescind their threat.
The doubles performances of Levy and his partner Amir Hadad in the months of April and May, 2005, were impressive. In late April the Israelis captured the Hungary F1 tournament in Budapest, defeating Nikola Martinović and Josko Topic 5–7, 6–2, 6–1 in the final. A few days later they won the F2 title in Miskolc as well, beating Bastian Knittel and Marius Zay 6–1, 6–0 in the final. Levy and Hadad then competed in May in the German town of Furth, where they took the title from Jan Frode Andersen and Johan Landsberg, 6–1, 6–2. In July they won at Budaors, Hungary, defeating Adam Chadaj and Stéphane Robert 6–4, 6–7 (7), 6–3.
Ram has played on the Israel Davis Cup team in 2001–09, going 14–8 through July 2009. In 2007 he won two matches in Israel's 5–0 win over Luxembourg, and he won his doubles matches in Israel's 3–2 wins over Italy and over Chile (in which he and Erlich defeated Olympic Gold Medal winners González and Massú). In 2008, Ram and Erlich won their doubles match against Simon Aspelin and Robert Lindstedt in Israel's 3–2 loss to Sweden in the World group, and then Ram partnering Harel Levy defeated the Peruvian duo Mauricio Echazu/Matias Silva on the way to Israel's 4–1 victory, granting Israel a place in the World Group for the next season. In March 2009, partnering Amir Hadad, Ram lost in Malmö to the same Swedish pair he defeated a year earlier, but the Israeli team won 3–2 overall and proceeded to the World Group quarterfinal.