Synonyms for andis_juška or Related words with andis_juška

deniss_pavlovs              jan_mertl              uladzimir_ignatik              gero_kretschmer              dušan_lojda              evgeny_kirillov              jaroslav_pospíšil              igor_zelenay              matwé_middelkoop              wesley_koolhof              mikhail_elgin              ivan_sergeyev              roman_jebavý              grégoire_burquier              artem_smirnov              andrey_kumantsov              tim_pütz              niels_desein              kamil_čapkovič              denis_matsukevich              philipp_oswald              marek_semjan              tristan_lamasine              philipp_marx              andriej_kapaś              marcin_gawron              oleksandr_nedovyesov              tomasz_bednarek_mateusz_kowalczyk              aliaksandr_bury              dominik_meffert              tim_puetz              denys_molchanov              jan_šátral              sander_arends              michail_elgin              michael_lammer              jan_minář              norbert_gomboš              florian_reynet              julien_obry              kamil_majchrzak              goran_tošić              thomas_schoorel              egor_gerasimov              marcel_zimmermann              franko_škugor              alexey_vatutin              maxime_teixeira              gero_kretschmer_alexander_satschko              pavel_šnobel             



Examples of "andis_juška"
Sadik Kadir / Purav Raja def. Andis Juška / Deniss Pavlovs, 6–3, 7–6(4)
Moser played with Alexander Peya. They lost to Andis Juška and Alexey Kedryuk in the quarterfinals.
Andis Juška / Alexandre Kudryavtsev def. Alexey Kedryuk / Junn Mitsuhashi, 6–4, 7–6(6)
Andis Juška (born 22 May 1985) is a tennis player from Latvia.
Gilles Müller / Édouard Roger-Vasselin def. Andis Juška / Deniss Pavlovs, 6–0, 2–6, [13–11]
Andis Juška and Alexandre Kudryavtsev were the defending champions, but decided to not participate this year.
Andis Juška / Deniss Pavlovs def. Lee Hsin-han / Yang Tsung-hua, 7–5, 6–3
João Sousa / Leonardo Tavares def. Andis Juška / Deniss Pavlovs, 7–6(3), 7–5
Olivier Charroin / Stéphane Robert def. Andis Juška / Alexandre Kudryavtsev, 6–4, 6–3
Andis Juška and Alexandre Kudryavtsev defeated Alexey Kedryuk and Junn Mitsuhashi 6–4, 7–6(6) in the final.
Andis Juška and Deniss Pavlovs were the defending champions; however, they both chose not to participate this year.
Andis Juška / Dmitri Sitak def. Lee Hsin-han / Yang Tsung-hua, 3–6, 6–3, [10–2]
Sadik Kadir and Purav Raja defeated Andis Juška and Deniss Pavlovs 6–3, 7–6(4) in the final.
Olivier Charroin and Stéphane Robert defeated Andis Juška and Alexandre Kudryavtsev 6–4, 6–3 in the final.
He partnered with Frederik Nielsen. However, they lost to Andis Juška and Dmitri Sitak in the quarterfinal.
Andis Juška and Deniss Pavlovs won the final against Lee Hsin-han and Yang Tsung-hua 7–5, 6–3.
João Sousa and Leonardo Tavares won the doubles title, defeating Andis Juška and Deniss Pavlovs 7–6(3), 7–5 in the final.
Jiří Krkoška and Lukáš Lacko are the defending champions but decided not to participate this year.
Gilles Müller and Édouard Roger-Vasselin won the final against Andis Juška and Deniss Pavlovs 6–0, 2–6, [13–11].
Pavel Chekhov and Alexey Kedryuk were the defending champions, but Chekhov chose not to compete this year.Kedryuk partnered up with Michail Elgin, but they lost in the first round against Andis Juška and Artem Sitak.
Denis Istomin and Evgeny Kirillov were the defending champions, but only Kirillov started in this tournament. He teamed up with Sergei Bubka, however they lost to Andis Juška and Deniss Pavlovs in the quarterfinal.