Synonyms for ante_pavić or Related words with ante_pavić
Examples of "ante_pavić"
Sam Groth won the title, defeating
in the final, 7–6, 6–2.
Lukáš Lacko and
were the defending champions, but chose not defend their title.
Krajicek and Sandgren won the title, defeating
and Blaž Rola in the final, 7–6, 6–3.
Érik Chvojka and Peter Polansky won the title, defeating Adam El Mihdawy and
6–4, 6–3 in the final.
Lukáš Lacko and
won the title, defeating Frank Moser and Alexander Satschko 6–3, 3–6, [13–11] in the final.
Sanchai Ratiwatana and Sonchat Ratiwatana were the defending champions but only Sonchat Ratiwatana defended his title, partnering Yi Chu-huan. Ratiwatana lost in the semifinals to Daniel Masur and
At the 2014 Open de Nice Côte d'Azur, Vaïsse qualified for the main draw defeating
, Albert Ramos and Sam Querrey before losing in the first round to fellow compatriot Nicolas Mahut.
On 4 August 2016, after defeating
in the 2nd round of the Chengdu Challenger, Ramírez Hidalgo became the first player ever to win 400 matches in the ATP Challenger Tour tournaments.
In 2014, the qualifiers were: Luke Saville, James Duckworth, Alex Kuznetsov, Gilles Müller,
, Konstantin Kravchuk, Marsel İlhan, Yūichi Sugita, Denis Kudla, Jimmy Wang, Pierre-Hugues Herbert, Tim Puetz, Samuel Groth, Tatsuma Ito, Jan Hernych and Ryan Harrison.
(born 7 March 1989) is a Croatian professional tennis player. His highest singles ranking to date is 175 on 5 May 2014. He qualified for the main draw in the 2014 French Open after saving match point in the final round of qualifying against Thanasi Kokkinakis.
Later in June, Džumhur took part in his only matches of the season played on grass surface, losing both of them in three sets – to
in singles and Gero Kretschmer/Alexander Satschko pair in doubles, during 2014 Wimbledon Championships qualifying events.
Filip Veger (born 21 December 1994, in Slatina) is a Croatian tennis player. Veger made his ATP main draw debut at the 2013 PBZ Zagreb Indoors where he came through qualifying defeating Simon Greul, Kamil Čapkovič and
. He lost in the first round to Lukáš Rosol, 6–2, 6–4.
López then continued his impressive grass-court form into the third Grand Slam of the year, Wimbledon. He saw off both Yūichi Sugita and
in straight sets in the first and second rounds, respectively. He then met John Isner in the third round. It was a match dominated by serve. López fought back from a set down to win 3 sets to 1, securing the first break of serve in the match in the penultimate game. López thus progressed to the fourth round, where he met Stan Wawrinka, the fifth seed. López lost, despite having several set points in the second-set tiebreak.
Kokkinakis reached the semis of the 2014 Heilbronner Neckarcup coming through the qualifying and beating Jesse Huta Galung, Michael Russell and Marsel İlhan. He then lost to number 1 seed Jan-Lennard Struff and missed out on a place in his first ATP challenger tour final. Kokkinakis received a wild card in the French Open qualifying rounds, where he made the final, and despite having match point in the third set, he lost to
, 6–4, 6–7, 5–7. This result improved his ranking inside the top 300 for the first time. Kokkinakis won his first singles title in Canada on July 13, defeating Fritz Wolmarans in the final. Kokkinakis then qualified for the 2014 Shenzhen Open. He beat Egor Gerasimov 7–6, 6–1 in the first round for a place in the second round where he got beaten by 6th seed Santiago Giraldo 6–4, 6–3. Kokkinakis qualified for his second career Masters 1000 in Shanghai, but lost to Feliciano López in the 1st round 7–6, 3–6, 4–6.
McGee then travelled to North America for the summer hardcourt swing. He first competed at the Nielsen Pro Tennis Championships but lost out to Tim Smyczek in the second round. McGee then came his closest to making an ATP World Tour main draw at the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships, where he lost to
in a final set tie-break in the final qualifying round. He then reached the semi-finals of the Challenger Banque Nationale de Granby. This result saw him break into the top 200 of the rankings for the first time in his career, reaching a new high of 193. He also made the semi-finals of the doubles with Chase Buchanan. The following week, at the Kentucky Bank Tennis Championships, McGee defeated the number one seed Evgeny Donskoy in the opening round. He was eliminated at the quarter-final stage by 2011 champion Wayne Odesnik. In the doubles he again played with Chase Buchanan and the pair reached the final, the first challenger final of McGee's career, but they were defeated in straight sets. The following week he lost to Vincent Millot in the opening round of the Odlum Brown Vancouver Open.
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