Synonyms for kimmer_coppejans or Related words with kimmer_coppejans

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Examples of "kimmer_coppejans"
Kimmer Coppejans defeated Filip Peliwo 6–1, 6–4
Kimmer Coppejans was the defending champion but lost to Go Soeda in the second round.
Kimmer Coppejans won the title, defeating Marsel İlhan in the final, 6–2, 6–2.
Kimmer Coppejans was the defending champion, but chose not to defend his title.
Marco Cecchinato won the title, defeating Kimmer Coppejans in the final, 6–2, 6–3.
Kimmer Coppejans won the title, defeating Roberto Marcora in the final, 7–6, 5–7, 6–1.
Kimmer Coppejans won the title after defeating Aslan Karatsev 6–4, 3–6, 7–5 in the final.
Kimmer Coppejans won this event, defeating 5th-seed Filip Peliwo 6–1, 6–4 in the final.
Kimmer Coppejans won the title, defeating Lucas Pouille in the final, 4–6, 6–2, 6–2. It was his first Challenger title in his career.
Kimmer Coppejans was the 2012 champion, but is no longer eligible to compete in junior tennis, and thus cannot defend his title.
Kližan started the year with a first-round loss at the Nouméa, New Caledonia Challenger to world no. 258 Kimmer Coppejans. After such a negative start, he found very good form at the subsequent Australian Open. As a lucky loser, starting from qualifying, he reached the third round, his best result in Australia, but lost to another lucky loser: Stephane Robert.
Kimmer Coppejans (born February 7, 1994) is a Belgian tennis player. His highest ATP singles ranking is World No. 97, achieved in June 2015. He was the Junior Champion at the 2012 French Open, defeating Filip Peliwo of Canada 6–1, 6–4 in the final.
Mitchell lost in the first round of qualifying for the Australian Open to eventual qualifier Illya Marchenko before playing two challengers in Tasmania where he made the semi-final in Burnie and quarter final in Launceston. In late February, Mitchell made the second round of the Shimadzu Challenger where he won the doubles with Jordan Thompson. In March, Mitchell played two events in China. He lost to eventual winner Kimmer Coppejans in round 1 of Guangzhou challenger and retired with a back injury in round 1 of the Shenzhen challenger.
In May, he qualified for the ATP World Tour event in Düsseldorf and lost in the second round to Denis Istomin in three sets, however, this was his first career main draw match win on the ATP World Tour level and increased his ranking back into the top 300. in June, Kubler returned to the Futures circuit and defeated the #1 seed Kimmer Coppejans in the final of The Netherlands F3 in Breda. This was his 9th futures title. He broke into the top 200 for the first time on 25 August at #197. In September, Kubler made the quarter final of the Biella Challenger and the following week, he won the Sibiu Challenger. This was his first Challenger title. Kubler finished 2014 with an ATP ranking of #140.
For his squad, Belgium captain Johan Van Herck selected Kimmer Coppejans, Ruben Bemelmans, Steve Darcis and David Goffin. The team was led by Goffin, ranked 16th in the world and possessing a strong record in Davis Cup singles matches. Their selection was relatively straightforward, as no other Belgian players possessed significant Davis Cup experience or were ranked in the top 200. Great Britain captain Leon Smith named a five-man provisional squad of Murray, his brother Jamie, James Ward, Kyle Edmund and Dominic Inglot. The team was led by Andy Murray, ranked second in the world and likely to play in the doubles match with his brother. Smith later reduced the squad by omitting Inglot, a specialist doubles player who would only have been used if either Murray had been injured.
Peliwo reached the semifinals of the Orange Bowl in December 2011. At the beginning of 2012, he won the Grade 1 tournament in Traralgon, Australia after beating junior world No. 1 Luke Saville. He then reached the final of the junior Australian Open, where he lost to Saville. He reached his second straight Grand Slam final at the French Open, but lost this time to Kimmer Coppejans. After reaching his third Grand Slam final in a row in 2012 at Wimbledon, Peliwo won his first Grand Slam junior title there with a win over defending champion Luke Saville. He became the second Canadian to win a junior Grand Slam singles title, following Eugenie Bouchard who the day before won the Wimbledon girls' title. Peliwo reached his fourth straight junior Grand Slam final at the US Open, where he defeated Liam Broady to win his second Grand Slam title.
Ćorić began the season in Chennai, where he reached his first ATP final, falling to Stanislas Wawrinka in straight sets. In January, he was named in Forbes' "30 Under 30" sports list for 2016. At the 2016 Australian Open, he lost in the first round to Albert Ramos-Viñolas in straight sets. In March, Ćorić played for Croatia in Davis Cup tie against Belgium. He lost in a five-setter to David Goffin, but won the deciding point by defeating Kimmer Coppejans. In April, Ćorić reached his second ATP final in Marrakesh and failed again, losing to Federico Delbonis in straight sets. Ćorić reached the third round for a second consecutive year in Roland Garros, where he revenged 20th seed Bernard Tomic in the second round before failing to 14th seed Roberto Bautista Agut in the third.
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. Julien Cagnina 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.