Canucks This Week – week of April 2, 2018 (Final results)

Bouchard, Abanda and Dabrowski hit Charleston.

Volvo Car Open 
Daniel Island, SC (WTA Premier) 

Singles

Genie Bouchard
1st rd: lost to [WC] Sara Errani (ITA) 64 64

Doubles

[1] Gabriela Dabrowski / Yifan Xu (CHN)
1st rd: lost to Raquel Atawo (USA) / Anna-Lena Groenefeld (GER) 75 46 [10-7]

Singles qualifying

[1] Françoise Abanda
1st rd: lost to Francesca Di Lorenzo (USA) 63 64

Gabriela Dabrowski
1st rd: lost to [8] Maryna Zanevska (BEL) 75 61

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Abierto GNP Seguros
Monterrey, MEX (WTA International) 

Singles

Carol Zhao
1st rd: lost to Naomi Broady (GBR) 63 67 (5) 62

 

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JC Ferrero Challenger
Alicante, Spain (ATP Challenger $50K+H) 

Singles

Félix Auger-Aliassime
1st rd: def [WC] Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (ESP) 75 75
2nd rd: lost to Guido Andreozzi (ARG) 76 (2) 26 64
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Kashiwa Open
Kashiwa, JPN ($25K ITF Pro Circuit)

Singles

Bianca Andreescu
1st rd: def [Q] Abigail Tere-Apisah (PNG) 76 (1) 63
2nd rd: def [Q] Ksenia Lykina (RUS) 75 63
QF: def Mayo Hibi (JPN) 64 62
SF: def Destanee Aiava (AUS) 62 63
F: lost to [2] Luksika Kumkhum (THA) 63 76 (4)

Singles qualifying

Rebecca Marino
1st rd: lost to [6] Ling Zhang (HKG) 76 (5) 76 (10)

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USTA Women’s Pro Circuit $25,000 Challenger
Jackson, Mississippi ($25K ITF Pro Circuit)

Singles

Aleksandra Wozniak
1st rd: def [WC] Emma Roberts (USA) 61 61
2nd rd: lost to [Q] Whitney Osuigwe (USA) 64 62

[Q] Layne Sleeth
1st rd: lost to Maria Mateas (USA) 62 62

Doubles

[Q] Catherine Leduc / Nikita Uberoi (USA)
1st rd: lost to [WC] Sophie Abrams / Alana Smith (USA) 62 36 [10-4]

[1] Erin Routliffe (NZL) / Alexa Guarachi (CHI)
1st rd: def Anastasia Nefedova / Amanda Rodgers (USA) 75 61
QF: def Sarah-Rebecca Sekulic (GER) / Sofia Shapatava (GEO) 26 63 [10-5]
SF: lost to Gaia Sanesi (ITA) / Chanel Simmonds (RSA) 76 (7) 26 [10-8]

Singles qualifying

Layne Sleeth
1st rd: def Laetitia Pulchartova (CZE) 61 60
2nd rd: def  [6] Erin Routliffe (NZL) 62 76 (0)
Final rd: def Yulia Starodubtsewa (UKR) 60 61

[11] Catherine Leduc
1st rd: def Silvia Viljoen (USA) 60 61
2nd rd: lost to Vania King (USA) 63 61

Keira Blackbeard
1st rd: lost to [15] Kelli Williford (DOM) 61 75

Alexandra Mikhailuk
1st rd: vs Francesca Fusinato (ITA) 75 62

[6] Erin Routliffe (NZL)
1st rd: def Payton Andrews (USA) 62 63
2nd rd: lost to Layne Sleeth (CAN) 62 76 (0)

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Visit Panama Tennis Cup 2018 
Panama City, PAN (ATP Challenger $50K) 

Singles qualifying

Pavel Krainik
1st rd: def [8] Nathan Pasha (USA) 63 26 76 (0)
2nd rd: def. [WC] Hans Hach Verdugo (MEX) 46 62 63
2nd rd: lost to [4] Evan Song (USA) 46 75 62

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2018 Spell Restaurant Group Men’s $25,000
Memphis, TN ($25K ITF Futures)

Singles

[8] Samuel Monette
1st rd: def. [Q] Christopher G. Haworth (USA) 62 64
2nd rd: lost to [Q] Jack Findel-Hawkins (GBR) 67 (3) 75 75

Doubles

[3] Samuel Monette / Harrison Adams (USA)
1st rd: def [WC] Justin Butsch / Tam Trinh (USA) 63 64
QF: lost to Sam Riffice / Alexander Ritschard (USA) 64 64

Singles qualifying

Washi Gervais
1st rd: lost to [13] Edward Bourchier (AUS) 64 36 63

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Egypt F12 Men’s Futures
Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt ($15K ITF Pro Circuit)

Singles qualifying

Iancu Iustinian Ghinda
1st rd: lost to Christoffer Solberg (SWE) 62 61

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4 thoughts on “Canucks This Week – week of April 2, 2018 (Final results)

  1. What is the problem with Genie not being able to stick with any of her coaches? I know that sometimes players & coaches just don’t click, but it seems odd that she wouldn’t have clicked with any of the many she has had in the last few years. Is she difficult to work with, ie not listening to their advice; not wanting to practice as much as they would like her to? Or, do the coaches get frustrated that she is not progressing? Something else? I just find it a shame that she really does have world-class talent, but can’t seem to get back the confidence that she needs to start winning again. Tks.

  2. Why did Rebecca Marino elect to play the Japanese tournaments in this swing rather than the US 25K’s ??? It looks like a lonely slog with very few English speaking players in the draws. Did she figure the completion would be weaker … looks like it. Or is it a mental equilibrium thing to try to keep the pressure and scrutiny down?? Canadian enquiring minds need to know!!!

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