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The start of the 2012 Australian Open saw all the seeds apart from Monteiro, Cagnina and Farren made it to the second round. The biggest upset of the first round was Brazilian Thiago Monteiro losing to Australian wild card Jack Schipanski.
lost to French Mathias Bourgue and American Connor Farren went to French Laurent Lokoli. The second round witnessed all the seeds go though except Broady lost to Robin Staněk, Napolitano to Joshua Ward-Hibbert and Kyrgios to Marek Routa. The third round is also where the seeds meet for the first time. Kimmer Coppejans and Hossam exited to higher seeds. Seventh seeded Edmund defeated eleventh seeded Coppejans and No. 1 seeded Saville defeated sixteenth seeded Hossam. The biggest upset of the third round was tenth seeded Pavlásek defeating fifth seeded Silva and sixth seeded Harris losing to American qualifier Mackenzie McDonald. Milojevic lost to Joshua Ward-Hibbert and Pöllänen to Staněk. The quarter finals saw Saville end Edmund's run and Pavlásek end Uchida's run successfully making their way into the semifinals. The semifinals witnessed Saville taking out Pavlásek while Filip Peliwo overcame McDonald. In the final, Luke Saville defeated Filip Peliwo to claim his first Junior Boys' Singles Australian Open title and second grand slam title of his career.
Qualifying took place at the Bank of England Sports Ground in Roehampton, where 32 boys battled it out for the eight qualifying spots. 19 of the world's top 20 boys competed for the Wimbledon title. Jiří Veselý, the world number one and reigning Australian Open champion, headed the field. He was joined by French Open finalist Dominic Thiem, who in between the French and Wimbledon had netted the Gerry Weber Junior Open in Halle. The home challenge came from Liam Broady, who had won the Grade 1 tour event, the AEGON Junior International at Roehampton, the week before Wimbledon, 2010 semifinalist Oliver Golding, and reigning Orange Bowl champion George Morgan. They were joined by Mate Delic, who had made the semifinals of the French and the quarters of Roehampton. In the first round 14th seed Andres Artunedo Martinavarr of Spain was defeated by America's Marcos Giron, while former world number one Jason Kubler of Australia defeated Delic 10–8 in the final set. Also going through were the British wild cards of Oliver Hudson; While qualifier Hassan Ndayishimiye from Burundi (the first person from Burundi to play at Wimbledon) won his first round match and second seed Thiago Moura Monteiro of Brazil won an epic final set 15–13 against Austria's Dennis Novak. While 11th seed Joao Pedro Sorgi of Brazil lost to British player Kyle Edmund. In the second round a raft of British players lost including 5 seed Golding to Kubler and 10th seed Morgan. While German Robin Kern upset 9th seed Andrew Whittington of Australia. In the 3rd round Broady upset Vesely, and Thiem was defeated in straight sets by Belgium's
In the quarterfinals Japan's Kaichi Uchida beat Mate Pavić of Croatia 10–8 in the final set. Broady defeated Kern after a marathon final set, which ended 13–11 in the Briton's favour. In the semifinals Broady defeated Kubler in straight sets, while Luke Saville gained revenge on Uchida for knocking him out of Roland Garros by defeating him in straight sets to reach his second slam final. In the final Saville defeated Broady in 3 sets, coming from a set down, to become the first Australian winner since Todd Reid.
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