Synonyms for janez_semrajc or Related words with janez_semrajc

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Examples of "janez_semrajc"
Janez Semrajc (born 24 July 1989 in Ljubljana) is a Slovenian professional tennis player who currently competes on the ITF Men's Circuit. In June 2014, he achieved a career-high singles world ranking no. 262. He has played for the Slovenia Davis Cup team.
Sousa began the 2014 season with a first-round loss at the 2014 Qatar Open. At the Sydney International's doubles competition, he partnered with Lukáš Rosol to defeat the Bryan brothers, the then-world number 1 doubles team, en route to the semifinals. At the 2014 Australian Open, he was beaten by world number 137 Dominic Thiem in the first round. Partnering with Colombian Santiago Giraldo, Sousa was eliminated in the first round of the doubles competition by Mahesh Bhupathi and Rajeev Ram. Later in January, Sousa joined the Portugal Davis Cup team to face Slovenia for the Europe/Africa Group I 1st Round. He won his first singles match against Janez Semrajc, but then lost in the doubles match and his second singles match against Blaž Kavčič. Portugal eventually lost 3–2 and fell to a relegation playoff. In February, he started with early round losses at the Open Sud de France and ATP Buenos Aires. Sousa played at the Rio Open and reached the quarterfinals, where he was beaten by world number 1 Rafael Nadal. Sousa ended February with a second-round defeat and exit to Andy Murray at the Mexican Open. During the North American hard court Masters swing in March, Sousa started the Indian Wells Masters with a win over Aleksandr Nedovyesov, followed with a second-round loss to 20th seed Ernests Gulbis. At the 2014 Sony Open Tennis in Miami, Florida, Sousa reached the third round. After beating 26th seed Gilles Simon in the second round, he lost to world number 7 Tomáš Berdych.