Synonyms for jean_rené_lisnard or Related words with jean_rené_lisnard

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Examples of "jean_rené_lisnard"
Fernando González / Nicolás Massú defeated Jean-René Lisnard / Michaël Llodra 6–4, 6–4
Paolo Lorenzi defeated Jean-René Lisnard in the final 7–5, 1–6, 6–2.
Jean-René Lisnard was the defending champion but decided not to participate.
Paolo Lorenzi def. Jean-René Lisnard, 7–5, 1–6, 6–2
Guillaume Couillard and Jean-René Lisnard were the defending champion but Lisnard decided not to participate.
This tournament was also notable for being the first ATP tournament in which future Grand Slam Champion Stanislas Wawrinka competed in the main draw. He drew Jean-René Lisnard in the first round and was defeated.
At the RCA Championships in Indianapolis, Mello faced Jean-René Lisnard in the first round and won in straight sets. In the second round, he faced 14th seed Vincent Spadea and lost.
Jean-René Lisnard (born 25 September 1979) is a professional tennis player who represents Monaco, and formerly France. He has been a member of the Monaco Davis Cup team since 2007. He is, to date, the only Monegasque tennis player to have won a match in the main draw of a Grand Slam tournament.
In May, he reached a new career-high world ranking of number 55. That month, he won his first round match at the 2009 French Open, his first French Open victory ever, against Jean-René Lisnard of Monaco. In June at the Ordina Open, he defeated world number 59 Christophe Rochus, and at 's-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands in a grass-court tuneup for Wimbledon, he beat world number 39 Igor Kunitsyn. He again reached a career-high singles ranking, this time number 46.
Following the French, Polansky lost convincingly to Simone Vagnozzi in the first round of Zenith Tennis Cup on red clay in Milan. He followed upon this by reaching the quarterfinals of the Lines Trophy, defeating Nicolás Massú in the second round before falling to veteran Jean-René Lisnard in straight sets. Polanksy rather surprisingly either chose not to enter Wimbledon qualifying or was not eligible. Instead he entered qualifying for the Sporting Challenger, also in Italy, and lost in the final qualifying round. After taking the following week off Polansky won the opening rubber of the Davis Cup tie away to Peru, defeating Iván Miranda in straight sets. Polansky became ill however and did not play in the 4th rubber. Despite losing their top clay court player, the Canadians won the tie 3–2.
After Canada's first Davis Cup tie of the year (see section below), Dancevic took a week off. He next qualified for the main draw of the 2009 Sony Ericsson Open, defeating Nicolas Mahut and top seed Dudi Sela, 6–2, 6–4. Dancevic then upset Philipp Kohlschreiber 6–4, 7–6 in the first round before losing to World No. 3 Novak Djokovic 3–6, 2–6. Dancevic then returned to poor form, losing in the first round of three consecutive Challenger events. After taking a few weeks off from competition, he lost in the first round of qualifying for the French Open, to World No. 221 Jean-René Lisnard in straight sets, despite having been the No. 7 seed. He then lost in the first round of the Aegon Trophy Challenger and second round of qualifying for the Aegon Championships as the top seed. Both of these tournaments are played on grass which is arguably Dancevic's best surface, although the at least his first match at Queen's Club was played indoors on a synthetic surface due to rain.