Synonyms for augustin_gensse or Related words with augustin_gensse

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Examples of "augustin_gensse"
Éric Prodon def. Augustin Gensse, 6–1, 3–6, 6–2
Brian Baker won the title, defeating Augustin Gensse 6–4, 6–3 in the final.
Dušan Lojda was the defending champion, but lost in first round to Augustin Gensse.
Augustin Gensse (born 10 August 1983) is a French professional tennis player.
Augustin Gensse / Éric Prodon def. Giancarlo Petrazzuolo / Simone Vagnozzi, 6–1, 7–6(3)
Augustin Gensse and Éric Prodon were the defending champions, but they chose to not participate.
Augustin Gensse and Eric Prodon won in the final 6–1, 7–6 against Giancarlo Petrazzuolo and Simone Vagnozzi.
Grégoire Burquier won the title by defeating Augustin Gensse 7–5, 6–7, 7–6 in the final.
Éric Prodon successfully defended his title. He defeated Alexander Flock, João Sousa, Timo Nieminen, Jonathan Dasnières de Veigy and Augustin Gensse to win this tournament.
He claimed his first Challenger singles title by winning the 2012 Open Prévadiès Saint–Brieuc in Saint-Brieuc, France. He won against Augustin Gensse 7–5, 6–7, 7–6.
After winning the Savannah Challenger, beating Augustin Gensse in the final in April 2012, he was awarded a wild card for the 2012 French Open. In response to this, Baker's good friend Amer Delić noted an inconvenient truth about the situation by tweeting, "Brian Baker... Same guy that USTA refused to give a WC for qualies of the clay court future last summer..." The statement was in reference to the USA F17 tournament that Baker went on to win.
The following week Bester won his second career ITF title, France F12, as the No. 7 seed. En route he beat No. 3 seed and World No. 286 Laurent Rochette 7-6, 2-6, 6-2 in the quarters, unseeded, former junior U.S. Open doubles champion, Jérôme Inzerillo, 2-6, 7-5, 6-4 in semis, and No. 4 seed Augustin Gensse in the final, 6-2, 2-6, 6-2. In doubles, Philip and Rochette lost the finals, as the No. 2 seeded pair, to the top seeds, Jouan and Inzerillo. The very next week Bester was home to compete in a Tennis British Columbia event, the Stanley Park Open, and won it, defeating BC Tennis No. 3 ranked Henry Choi in the final, 6-4, 6-4. Bester was right back in action the next week at the 2010 Challenger Banque Nationale de Granby. The new World No. 380, a wild-card entrant, lost to compatriot and eventual finalist Milos Raonic in the first round, 4-6, 5-7. He did not play doubles. The following week too Bester had a wild card in a Challenger, his hometown Odlum Brown Vancouver Open. He again lost in the first round, however, to Nick Lindahl, 6-4, 6-7(5), 4-6. In doubles, he and partner Kamil Pajkowski lost in the final qualifying round.
At the US Open, Tipsarević reached his first Grand Slam quarterfinal, after defeating Augustin Gensse, Philipp Petzschner, Tomáš Berdych, and Juan Carlos Ferrero, but lost to Novak Djokovic in the quarterfinals, retiring in the fourth set due to a thigh injury. His ranking subsequently rose to no. 13. In the Davis Cup semifinal showdown between Serbia and Argentina, Tipsarević was defeated in three straight sets by Juan Martín del Potro during the second singles rubber of the tie. The defending champions, Serbia, eventually lost the tie 2–3 against Argentina. At the 2011 Proton Malaysian Open in Kuala Lumpur, he was third seed. He defeated Flavio Cipolla, in the opening round. In the quarterfinals, he played just four games as Nikolay Davydenko retired as Tipsarević led 3–1. In the semifinals, he improved his unbeaten head-to-head record to 5–0 against Kei Nishikori as he dispatched him in straight sets. In the final, he won his first ATP title in five attempts, defeating Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis. Tipsarević suffered first-round exits at the 2011 Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships to Dmitry Tursunov, and at the 2011 Shanghai Rolex Masters to Feliciano López.
In May–June Bester put together a nice little winning streak. At the 2010 Weil Tennis Academy Challenger, he won all three of his qualifying matches in three sets, twice coming back from a set down. In the main draw Bester opened by knocking off No. 6 Robert Kendrick, who was runner-up at the LA Tennis Open the week before, 2-6, 6-3, 7-6(2). He next lost soundly, however, to Tim Smyczek, 3-6, 1-6. Bester did not play doubles. After a couple of weeks off, Bester then continued his good play in reaching the final of France F9, as the tournament's No. 8 seed. He fell to No. 5 seed Augustin Gensse 1-6, 4-6. And Bester and up-and-coming French player Jonathan Eysseric won the doubles event. The resulting rankings points earned saw Bester reach a new career high in singles, as he became World No. 470. The following week at France F10, again as the No. 8 seed, reached the quarter-finals in singles while repeating as doubles champions playing with Eysseric, this time the No. 1 seeds. The week after in singles Bester fell however in the first round of France F11. Unseeded, he lost to No. 7 seed Romain Jouan in straight sets, a player he defeated in straight sets in fact, two weeks earlier. Again playing doubles with Eysseric, the pair, the No. 2 seeds this time, failed to win a third straight title in losing their first match. His singles ranking rose to another new career best, World No. 456.