Synonyms for miguel_ángel_lópez_jaén or Related words with miguel_ángel_lópez_jaén


Examples of "miguel_ángel_lópez_jaén"
Ariel Behar / Horacio Zeballos def. Miguel Ángel López Jaén / Paolo Lorenzi, 6–4, 7–6
Miguel Ángel López Jaén / Pere Riba def. Gianluca Naso / Walter Trusendi, 6–4, 6–4
Sebastián Decoud and Miguel Ángel López Jaén were the defending champions but decided not to participate this year.
Sebastián Decoud / Miguel Ángel López Jaén def. Ivan Dodig / Antonio Veić, 7–6(7), 3–6, [10–8]
Sebastián Decoud and Miguel Ángel López Jaén defeated Ivan Dodig and Antonio Veić in the final 6–4, 6–4.
Mathieu Montcourt was the defending champion. He lost to Miguel Ángel López Jaén in the first round.
Miguel Ángel López Jaén and Iván Navarro were the defending champions, but they chose to not participate.
Miguel Ángel López Jaén (born 29 November 1982 in Elche, Spain) is a professional tennis player from Spain.
Miguel Ángel López Jaén and Pere Riba became the new champions, after their won against Gianluca Naso and Walter Trusendi in the final.
Ariel Behar and Horacio Zeballos won the title, defeating Miguel Ángel López Jaén and Paolo Lorenzi in the final 6–4, 7–6.
In June 2008, van der Merwe qualified into the 2008 Wimbledon main draw, beating World No. 177 Miguel Ángel López Jaén, World No. 126 Kristian Pless, and World No. 246 Frédéric Niemeyer. He would then go on to lose to Guillermo García-López 7–5, 6–2, 6–2.
Miguel Ángel López Jaén and Pere Riba were the defending champions, but López Jaén chose not to compete this year and Riba chose to compete at Wimbledon instead.
Philipp Oswald and Martin Slanar won the final 6–2, 5–7, [10–6] against Sadik Kadir and Purav Raja.
Dancevic's ranking allowed him to enter directly into the 2008 Australian Open main draw, where in his first round match against #24 seed Jarkko Nieminen he came back from being down 2 sets to love to level at 2 sets apiece before losing the fifth 1–6. He was out of action from January with a facet joint strain of the thoracic spine. After returning to play in May he struggled, going 1–1 twice in back-to-back Challenger tournaments in Morocco (on clay) before losing in the first round of the Grand Prix Hassan II International Series tourney. Dancevic's ranking was good enough however to allow him to gain entry into the main draw of the 2008 French Open, which marked the first time a Canadian had done so since Daniel Nestor in 1999. He lost however in the first round in 4 sets to unheralded Miguel Ángel López Jaén.
After a week off, Duclos, as the No. 6 seed, lost in the quarter-finals of France F14, in Mulhouse, having defeated qualifier Baptiste Maitre and World No. 438 Rabie Chaki before falling to No. 3 seed Alexander Kudryavtsev. In doubles, Duclos and Niels Desein, the top seeds, lost in the second round. The week after he lost in the first round of the Sicilia Classic Mancuso Company Cup, comprehensively to Miguel Ángel López Jaén (2 and 2). In doubles, Duclos and partner Rogério Dutra Da Silva, the No. 4 seeds, lost in the final. After being off another week, Duclos reached the semi-finals of France F17 as the No. 4 seed. In doubles, he and partner Olivier Charroin, the No. 1 seeds, also reached the semis.
Following a first round loss at the Granby Challenger, where he reached the semis in doubles, Duclos scored his most impressive victory to date, a comeback three-set win over Spaniard Feliciano López in qualifying for the 2007 Rogers Cup. Unfortunately, the Quebecer failed to qualify losing soundly in the qualifying round to Italian Fabio Fognini, 2–6, 2–6. In doubles partnering compatriot Philip Bester he lost in his first ATP Tour-level main draw match, 4–6, 4–6 to Lleyton Hewitt and Rafael Nadal. Duclos then reached three straight Futures quarterfinals, at France F12, Spain F34, and Spain F35. He had won his first tour title in the following week, winning Spain F36 by defeating World No. 369 Guillermo Alcaide in the semis and World No. 359 Miguel Ángel López Jaén in the final in straight sets. He also won the doubles partnering Daniel Lustig. Luclos's singles ranking jumped to World No. 388, his second highest to date. He finished the year though losing in the first round of three straight challengers in singles, but reached the finals in consecutive tournies in doubles and a world ranking of No. 208, also a career high.