Synonyms for yannick_mertens or Related words with yannick_mertens


Examples of "yannick_mertens"
Filip Polášek / Igor Zelenay def. Ruben Bemelmans / Yannick Mertens, 3–6, 6–4, [10–5]
Carsten Ball / Andre Begemann def. Grégoire Burquier / Yannick Mertens, 6–2, 6–4
Andrej Martin and Gerald Melzer were the defending champions, but Martin chose not to participate. Melzer partnered with Yannick Mertens instead and lost in the first round.
Top seed Filip Polášek and Igor Zelenay won in the final 3–6, 6–4, [10–5], against Ruben Bemelmans and Yannick Mertens.
Carsten Ball and Andre Begemann won the title, defeating Grégoire Burquier and Yannick Mertens 6–2, 6–4 in the final.
Yannick Mertens (born 25 June 1987) is a Belgian tennis player playing on the ATP Challenger Tour. He was born in Anderlecht, Belgium and currently resides in Lennik, Belgium.
He reached the quarterfinals of the 2010 Open 13 in Marseille. In the first round, Rufin defeated lucky loser Laurent Recouderc, 7–5, 4–6, 7–6. He followed this up by defeating Yannick Mertens of Belgium, 6–3, 2–6, 6–2. He eventually fell to World No. 92 Mischa Zverev 7–5, 6–7, 6–3.
Quinzi started the season in Zagreb where he obtained his first ATP World Tour victory beating Yannick Mertens in straight sets in the qualifying draw of the 2014 PBZ Zagreb Indoors. Anyway, he lost to Pedja Krstin in the following round. Then Quinzi played in Bergamo having received a wildcard into the singles main draw of the 2014 Trofeo Faip–Perrel where he fell in the first round.
In June, Polansky reached the second round of the 2010 Weil Tennis Academy Challenger, defeating fellow Canadian Pierre-Ludovic Duclos, before falling to Marinko Matosevic. He did likewise the following week at the 2010 Košice Open, beating Yannick Mertens handily, before falling to Ivo Minář. The following week, Polansky failed to qualify for Wimbledon for the second time again in the first round, going down to Marinko Matosevic. On June 21, Polansky found himself the new Canada no. 1 singles player. Then that week, unseeded at the 2010 Camparini Gioielli Cup, he beat Laurent Recouderc before losing to fifth seed and eventual runner-up Pablo Andújar.
After a few weeks off, Duclos has resumed where he left off, defeating World No. 283 Thomas Oger in the finals 6–3, 6–0, to win Italy F28 and reach a career ranking of World No. 302, which he has since bettered. He and Desein again won the doubles, as the top seeded pair. Duclos then withdrew, during the first week of September, from his second round match of France F13, as the tournament No. 6 seed. After a near two month lay-off he rolled to the final of Spain F42 as the No. 3 seed, not losing more than 4 games in any set. He dropped the final however to Yannick Mertens, the No. 6 seed, 6–4, 2–6, 3–6. Then after losing in the first round of Spain F43 Duclos, as the tournament No. 3 seed, lost in the quarterfinals twice in consecutive tournaments, Israel F4 and F5.
Sorensen could not continue the good form he had shown at the Australian Open, losing in the first round of both the Heilbronn Challenger and the Kazan Challenger in consecutive weeks. He then faced a length three-month lay-off due to a hamstring injury, but made his comeback on 10 May at the Biella Challenger, defeating qualifier Andrea Arnaboldi in his first round match. Sorensen's lengthy absence proved his undoing later in the tournament, however, as his lack of match practice showed during his defeat to Yannick Mertens in the second round. Sorensen attempted to qualify for the French Open main draw 2 weeks later, but lost out to José Acasuso at the first hurdle.