Synonyms for daniel_köllerer or Related words with daniel_köllerer

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Examples of "daniel_köllerer"
Daniel Köllerer def. Filippo Volandri, 6–3, 7–5
Daniel Köllerer def. Andreas Vinciguerra, 6–3, 6–3.
Daniel Köllerer and Frank Moser were the defending champions, but they didn't play this year.
Daniel Köllerer won in the final 6–3, 6–3, against Andreas Vinciguerra.
Daniel Köllerer was the defending champion but decided not to participate this year.
Filippo Volandri was the defending champion, but he lost to Daniel Köllerer in the second round.
Daniel Köllerer won this tournament, after defeating Filippo Volandri 6–3, 7–5.
Daniel Köllerer / Oliver Marach def. Lucas Arnold Ker / Giovanni Lapentti, 6–4, 6–3
Daniel Köllerer was the defending champion, however he lost to Daniel Brands in the quarterfinal.
Daniel Köllerer and Frank Moser were the defending champions, but they didn't try to defend their title.
Daniel Köllerer and Oliver Marach defeated Lucas Arnold Ker and Giovanni Lapentti 6–4, 6–3 in the final.
Dušan Karol and Daniel Köllerer were the defending champions, but only Karol tried to defend his title.
Daniel Köllerer was the defender of championship title, however lost to Federico del Bonis in the quarterfinals.
In August, Machado qualified to the US Open as a lucky loser. He lost 6–2, 6–4, 2–6, 6–2 against no. 62 Daniel Köllerer.
Daniel Köllerer (born 17 August 1983) is a former professional tennis player from Austria who turned professional in 2002 and was given a lifetime ban in 2011 for match fixing.
Veic qualified for the 2010 Australian Open Men's Singles draw, where he beat Daniel Köllerer of Austria 6–4, 3–6, 6–7, 6–1, 6–4. He fell to Gaël Monfils 6–4, 6–4, 6–4.
Köllerer also had problems with other players. Stefan Koubek was disqualified from an Austrian league match after grabbing Daniel Köllerer by the throat during a changeover. Koubek said Köllerer insulted him during the match. "I'm man enough not to let myself be insulted, especially not by him," Koubek was reported as saying by the Austrian Times.
Baker made a positive start to 2008 by qualifying for the Australian Open. He disposed of 9th seed (Q) Yuri Shukin 6–2 6–0 and then battling past Alexander Peya 6–4 7–6 to reach the final round where he defeated Daniel Köllerer 6–4
His first tour tournament was in Chennai, India, where he was the top seed. He defeated Daniel Köllerer in straight sets, but was forced to withdraw before his second-round match against Lukáš Dlouhý because of a left heel injury. This injury subsequently forced Davydenko to withdraw from the Australian Open. In Rotterdam, he was defeated in the second round by Julien Benneteau. The injury he sustained in Chennai earlier in the year returned, forcing Davydenko to withdraw from the 1000 Series tournaments in Indian Wells and Miami. This caused his ranking to fall from no. 5 to no. 9 by April 6.
In October 2009, at the Kremlin Cup tournament in Moscow, he advanced to his first-ever ATP final, beating Daniel Köllerer, Christophe Rochus, Robby Ginepri (beating him for the first time in three meetings), and qualifier Illya Marchenko en route. He lost to Mikhail Youzhny in the final in three sets. Despite his disappointing loss in his first final, he came out firing in the very next week, as he reached his second consecutive semifinal (for the first time) at the 2009 Bank Austria-TennisTrophy, beating eighth seed John Isner, Michael Berrer and third seed Gaël Monfils, en route. He lost to Jürgen Melzer in the semifinal in three sets, after being a set up and two points away from victory.