Synonyms for boris_pašanski or Related words with boris_pašanski

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Examples of "boris_pašanski"
Fabio Fognini def. Boris Pašanski, 6–4, 4–2, RET.
Gastão Elias won the title, defeating Boris Pašanski 6–3, 7–5 in the final.
Thomas Fabbiano and Boris Pašanski won the doubles' rivalisation in 2008.
František Čermák / Leoš Friedl defeated Vasilis Mazarakis / Boris Pašanski 6–1, 6–2
Čermák and Friedl successfully defended their title, defeating Vasilis Mazarakis and Boris Pašanski 6–1, 6–2 in the final.
Nikola Ćirić and Boris Pašanski won the title, defeating Stephan Fransen and Jesse Huta Galung 5–7, 6–4, [10–6] in the final.
Fabio Fognini won this tournament, after Boris Pašanski´s retirement in the final, when the result was 6–4, 4–2 for the Italian player.
In his brief career as a junior, he lost his only matches against future top pros Guillermo Coria and Nicolas Mahut, split his two matches with Paul-Henri Mathieu, and won his only encounter with Boris Pašanski.
reaching the semifinal in Chile (losing to #140 Eduardo Schwank), the final in Ecuador (beating #155 Fernando Vicente along the way), and the semifinal in France (beating #105 Boris Pašanski and #192 Marc López), to get himself back into the top-200 for the first time in almost 2 years.
In April 2005 Hadad and partner Harel Levy won a F1 doubles title in Hungary. Hadad enjoyed his best singles performance in years at the Hungary F3 tournament held in Hódmezővásárhely during May 2005. He lost to the eventual champion Boris Pašanski in the finals, 7–6, 6–1.
In October he first defeated world #51 Juan Martín del Potro at the Japan Open in Tokyo, followed by #90 Boris Pašanski. Sela won the Seoul Challenger tournament later in October, winning all five of his matches in straight sets. The win lifted him to a career-high 73 in the world.
He never entered the main draw of a Grand Slam. The biggest ATP tournament that he participated in was the 2006 Pacific Life Open at Indian Wells, a Masters Series event. He failed to progress past the first round, eliminated by Andy Murray in straight sets. Also in 2006, Mazarakis and his partner Boris Pašanski were runners-up at the ATP Buenos Aires tournament.
Boris Pašanski (Serbian Cyrillic: Бopиc Пaшaнcки) (often spelled "Pashanski" in English-language media) is a professional tennis player on the ATP Tour. He was born in Belgrade, Serbia, in the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia on 3 November 1982. He turned pro in 2001. He reached his career-high ranking of 55 on 27 February 2006.
He achieved his best Grand Slam result in June by reaching the quarterfinals of the 2008 French Open, where he lost to Rafael Nadal, 1–6, 1–6, 1–6. During his run, he beat Boris Pašanski, Sebastián Decoud, tenth seed Andy Murray, and home-favourite Jérémy Chardy in straight sets. He hit more aces than any other player in the French Open that year (78).
In 2007 Luczak finished the season in the top 100 for the first time. He based that on winning a career best four titles on the ATP Challenger Series circuit, all of these titles came on the clay. Luczak lost to Jonas Björkman at Roland Garros in the first round after leading 2 sets to 0 and also played against Serbia in the World Group promotion tie in Belgrade where he lost to Novak Djokovic and Boris Pašanski.
Gonzalo Andrés Lama Feliu (born 27 April 1993 in Santiago) is a Chilean tennis player. He has won two Challengers (Cali and São Paulo), along with nine Futures, seven in singles and two in doubles. He has defeated top 100 players such as Robin Haase, Alejandro González, Víctor Estrella, Pere Riba, Boris Pašanski, Blaz Kavcic and Potito Starace. His best ranking is current 166°, April 2016.
He followed that up with a Challenger championship in Finland, beating #116 Raemon Sluiter and #100 Peter Luczak to reach a career-high ranking of #226. In August, he made two straight Challenger finals in Italy and Germany to break into the top-200 for the first time and reach #165, beating #250 Davide Sanguinetti, #117 Boris Pašanski, and #136 Bohdan Ulihrach while losing to #116 Jiří Vaněk and #289 Ivo Minář.
Nalbandian began his 2008 season back in the top 10. However, at the Australian Open, he failed to reach the quarterfinals, suffering a 6–1, 6–2, 6–3, loss to the 22nd seed Juan Carlos Ferrero in the third round. On 24 February 2008, he won the Copa Telmex in Buenos Aires, beating José Acasuso, 3–6, 7–6, 6–4, in the final. With that win, he moved to World No. 8. The following week, He arrived at the Abierto Mexicano Telcel in Acapulco, Mexico and cruised all the way to the finals, along the way defeating Boris Pašanski, Santiago Ventura, Potito Starace, and Luis Horna, beating them all in straight sets, but then lost in the final, to Spaniard Nicolás Almagro, 1–6, 6–7.
In the seniors singles competition Scot Andy Murray made the most significant impact, becoming the first Brit since Tim Henman in 2004 to reach the quarterfinals. Murray, often castigated in the British media for his surly manner, won the crowd's affections with his five-set victory over Richard Gasquet ("for further details on this match, see the Day 7 summary"). In the UK, the Murray-Gasquet match was watched by over 10m people, and in his native Scotland more than 50% of the potential viewing public watched the match. Chris Eaton from Surrey, the ATP No. 661, began his campaign in qualifying, succeeded in doing so, and then beat ATP No. 114 Boris Pašanski, causing a huge surprise. No British women made it beyond the second round, although Anne Keothavong was the first British woman to directly qualify to the main draw since 1998.
Del Potro turned professional after the Italy F17 event in Bassano, and in his first professional tournament, the Lines Trophy in Reggio Emilia, he reached the semifinals, where he lost to countryman Martín Vassallo Argüello in three sets. Two tournaments later, he reached the final of the Credicard Citi MasterCard Tennis Cup in Campos do Jordão, Brazil, where he lost to André Sá in straight sets. After turning 17, he won the Montevideo Challenger by defeating Boris Pašanski in the final in three sets. That same year, he failed in his first attempt to qualify for his first Grand Slam, at the US Open, losing in the first round to Paraguayan Ramón Delgado. Throughout 2005, del Potro jumped over 900 positions to finish with a world ranking of no. 158, largely due to winning three Futures tournaments. He was the youngest player to finish in the year-end top 200.