Synonyms for lorenzo_giustino or Related words with lorenzo_giustino


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Lorenzo Giustino (born 10 September 1991 in Naples) is an Italian tennis player.
Robin Haase won the title after defeating Lorenzo Giustino 7–6, 6–2 in the final.
Panfil would eventually enter the qualifying round at the Australian Open as an Alternate. He lost in the first round to Lorenzo Giustino, 3–6, 6–4, 3–6.
Novak made his ATP main draw debut at the 2013 Bet-at-home Cup Kitzbühel where he qualified for the main draw defeating Matthias Haim, Lorenzo Giustino and Tihomir Grozdanov in the qualifying rounds. In the main draw he lost to compatriot Andreas Haider-Maurer, 4–6, 4–6.
In 2014, he again made his way through qualifying, defeating Hiroki Moriya, Lorenzo Giustino and 32nd seed Yūichi Sugita to make it into the main draw of the 2014 Australian Open. He was defeated by countryman Richard Gasquet in the first round.
Klein took a three-month break from the Circuit from October 2011 to late January 2012, returning to action in the qualifying draw at the 2012 McDonald's Burnie International, although was beaten by Dane Propoggia in straight sets in the Second Round of qualifying. The following week, he improved to reach the quarter-finals of the 2012 Caloundra International. Klein then reached the final of the Futures event in Mildura in February 2012, an event that he had previously won twice, but lost to Hiroki Moriya in three sets. He spent the summer months of the year playing in Turkey and Spain Futures events; beating Frenchman Jules Marie to win in Bakio, Spain, as well as securing two titles in Turkey by beating the young Italian Lorenzo Giustino in the final in Tekirdağ and then Mohamed Safwat in Antalya. He also won consecutive Challenger doubles titles alongside compatriot Dane Propoggia; firstly in San Benedetto del Tronto and then in Recanati. Klein's fine form during the summer continued when he reached the semi-finals of the 2012 President's Cup in Astana, Kazakhstan, before losing to the eventual champion, Evgeny Donskoy. His performances throughout the year enabled him to earn a place in qualifying at the 2012 US Open, where he was defeated by Karol Beck in the second round of qualification. During the year, he won three singles titles, as well as twelve doubles titles, ending 2012 ranked at no. 241 in singles and no. 134 in doubles.