Synonyms for david_guez or Related words with david_guez

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Examples of "david_guez"
Gianluca Naso was the defending champion but lost to David Guez in the first round.
Italian Thomas Fabbiano won the title over David Guez 6–0, 6–3
David Guez won in the final against Benoît Paire 6–3, 6–1.
David Guez def. Kenny de Schepper, 6–2, 4–6, 7–6
David Guez was the defending champion but decided not to participate.
David Guez was the defending champion, but lost in the first round to first seeded Édouard Roger-Vasselin.
Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Konstantin Kravchuk won the title, beating David Guez and Martin Vaisse 6–1, 7–6
Jonathan Dasnières de Veigy and David Guez were the defending champions but decided not to participate.
Jonathan Dasnières de Veigy / David Guez def. Pierre-Hugues Herbert / Nicolas Renavand, 5–7, 6–4, [10–5]
David Guez (born 8 December 1982) is a French tennis player. He achieved a career-high singles ranking of World No. 116 in July 2010.
Jonathan Dasnières de Veigy and David Guez won this tournament, defeating their compatriots Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Renavand 5–7, 6–4, [10–5] in the final.
This is the first edition of this tournament. David Guez won the title, defeating Kenny de Schepper 6–2, 4–6, 7–6 in the final.
In 2010, Paire played most of his tennis at Challenger level, reaching his first Challenger final at Arad in July, where he lost to fellow country-man David Guez.
He was the 31st seed (only time he has been seeded in a grand slam) in the 2011 French Open, he faced David Guez who he beat in 4 sets he then beat future US Open finalist Kei Nishikori however his run was stopped when he faced David Ferrer where he lost in straight sets.
While not having any wins, he had several runner-up finishes in ITF Futures events and has a runner-up finish at an ATP Challenger event – the 2011 Open EuroEnergie de Quimper, where he lost to his compatriot David Guez in the final.
Arnaud Clément and Édouard Roger-Vasselin were the defending champions, but they decided that they wouldn't be playing together this year.Clément partnered up with David Guez, but they withdrew before their quarterfinal match against Harsh Mankad and Adil Shamasdin.Roger-Vasselin partnered up with Nicolas Mahut and they won in the final 6–2, 6–4, over Mankad and Shamasdin.
After a week off, Dancevic again used one of his protected ranking allotments to reach the second round of the Ethias Trophy in Belgium, knocking out No. 2 seed Arnaud Clément in the first round. Playing doubles too as a PR entrant, he doubles specialist Tomasz Bednarek lost in the first round. The following week playing just singles, Dancevic reached the semi-finals of the 2010 Open de Rennes, defeating again Clément, the No. 1 seed, in the quarterfinals, before falling to No. 5 seed Stéphane Bohli 9–7 in a third set tie break. The very next week however Dancevic lost in the first round in both singles, to unseeded and eventual semi-finalist David Guez, 5–7, 1–6, and in doubles partnering Ilija Bozoljac.
Shortly before the French Open, he qualified for the 2012 Open de Nice Côte d'Azur in May, beating Ilija Bozoljac, David Guez, and Alejandro González in the qualification rounds, all in straight sets. Baker then faced Sergey Stakhovsky in the first round, losing the first set before recovering to win the match. A straight sets victory against Gaël Monfils meant that Baker progressed to the quarterfinals of the tournament. Hard-fought wins over Mikhail Kukushkin and Nikolay Davydenko took Baker to his first ATP final on a 15-match winning streak going into the match. He ultimately lost to Nicolás Almagro, the repeat champion, in the final. After his surprising performance, he reached his highest singles ranking at No. 141.
Slabinsky played on the Futures tour for the most part of the year. Alex was given a wildcard into the main draw of the Shrewsbury Challenger, and took advantage of it. He beat Ladislav Chramosta 6-1 6-3 before upsetting Richard Bloomfield 7-6(7-5) 7-6(7-5). He was stopped in his tracks in the quarter finals by Frenchman David Guez 4-6 4-6. In late December Alex won in the Nigeria F4 futures tournament, beating Cătălin Gârd 6-4 6-3. Later that month he received the ITF World Player of the Month Award for his achievements in Africa. This was his second tournament win in his career, first coming in 2006 where he won a Satellite Event in Wrexham, UK.
Ferrer then entered the European clay-court swing. His first tournament was the 2010 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, where he was seeded 11th. In the first round, he defeated qualifier Peter Luczak, and then defeated Andrey Golubev in the second round. He defeated Ivan Ljubičić in the fourth round. In the quarterfinals, he defeated Philipp Kohlschreiber to advance to the semifinals, where he was again defeated by Nadal. Next, Ferrer participated in the 2010 Torneo Godo, where he was seeded eighth. He had a first-round bye and defeated Marcel Granollers in the second round. In the third round, he crushed Simone Bolelli before Bolelli retired with a wrist injury, and then defeated Thomaz Bellucci in the quarterfinals. In the semifinals, he played Fernando Verdasco. Ferrer was leading Verdasco, 7–6, 4–2, before ultimately losing. Ferrer's next tournament was the 2010 Rome Masters, where he was seeded 13th. In the first round, Ferrer defeated Evgeny Korolev, and in the second round, he defeated Potito Starace. In the third round, he defeated world no. 5 Andy Murray, and then in the quarterfinals, he defeated world no. 10 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. He faced world no. 9 Fernando Verdasco for a spot in his first Masters 1000 event final. Ferrer ultimately succumbed to Rafael Nadal in the final. Due to his fantastic run in Rome, his ranking increased to world no. 12. Ferrer's next tournament was the 2010 Mutua Madrileña Madrid Open, where he was seeded ninth. In the first round, he defeated Jérémy Chardy and defeated Marcos Baghdatis after fending off a match point. He then defeated Marin Čilić to advance to the quarterfinals. There, he, for the second successive time, beat world no. 4 Andy Murray. In the semifinals, Ferrer lost to world no. 1 Roger Federer in three sets. Ferrer's next tournament was the 2010 French Open, where he entered as a favorite. He began his campaign with a victory over French wildcard David Guez, and then defeated Xavier Malisse when Malisse had to retire. In the third round. he fell to surprise semifinalist Jürgen Melzer.