Canucks This Week: Week of Feb. 13, 2017 (final results)

Andreescu the last one standing.

(Players in red are still alive) 

ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament
Rotterdam, the Netherlands (ATP Tour 500)

Doubles

[2] Daniel Nestor / Edouard Roger-Vasselin (FRA)
1st rd: lost to Jean-Julien Rojer (NED) / Horia Tecau (ROU) 67 (4) 63 [11-9]

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Memphis Open
Memphis, Tennessee (ATP Tour 250)

Singles

[Q] Peter Polansky
1st rd: lost to [Q] Matthew Ebden (AUS) 67 (4) 63 61

Singles qualifying

[1] Peter Polansky
1st rd: def [ALT] Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan (IND) 63 63
Final rd: def. [8] Matthew Barton (AUS) 62 61

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Qatar Total Open 2017
Doha, Qatar (WTA Tour Premier)

Doubles

Gabriela Dabrowski / Darija Jurak (CRO)
1st rd: def Kateryna Bondarenko (UKR) / Elena Vesnina (RUS) 61 36 [12-10]
QF: lost to [2] Sania Mirza (IND) / Barbora Strycova (CZE) 64 63

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Challenger La Manche – Cherbourg
Cherbourg, France (ATP Challenger €43K+H )

Singles

Steven Diez
1st rd: def [1] Jérémy Chardy (FRA) 36 76 (3) 76 (5)
2nd rd: lost to [Q] Corentin Moutet (FRA) 46 63 62

Doubles

[1] Adil Shamasdin / Jonathan Marray (GBR)
1st rd: lost to Rameez Junaid (AUS) / Joran Vliegen (BEL) 67 (6) 61 [10-5]

Steven Diez / Mark Vervoort (NED)
1st rd: lost to Ariel Behar (ISR) / Andrey Golubev (KAZ) 60 62

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Tempe Challenger
Tempe, AZ (ATP Challenger $75K )

Singles

[Q] Brayden Schnur 
1st rd: lost to [8] Marcelo Arevalo (ESA) 60 63

[4/SE] Vasek Pospisil

Singles qualifying

Brayden Schnur
1st rd: def [4] Alejandro Gomez (COL) 46 64 75
2nd rd: def Denys Molchanov (UKR) 61 62
Final rd: def [6] Walter Trusendi (ITA) 36 62 64

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SURPRISE TENNIS CLASSIC
Surprise, Arizona  ($25 ITF Women’s Circuit)

Singles

[3] Françoise Abanda
1st rd: lost to Mayo Hibi (JPN) 63 46 63

Bianca Andreescu
1st rd: def Jovana Jaksic (SRB) 63 63
2nd rd: def. [JE] Claire Liu (USA) 61 64
QF: lost to [2] Mariana Duque-Mariño (COL) 26 63 75

Singles qualifying

Catherine Leduc
1st rd: lost to Ellie Douglas (USA) 62 62

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ORLANDO PROFESSIONAL TENNIS SERIES
Orlando, Fla. ($15K ITF Futures)

Singles

Filip Peliwo
1st rd: lost to [8] Dominik Koepfer (GER) 67 (4) 63 61

Doubles

[3] Filip Peliwo / Brandon Anandan (USA)
1st rd: def Viktor Filipenko (HUN) / Nebojsa Peric (SRB) 76 (3) 63
QF: lost to Robert Galloway / Cameron Silverman (USA) 62 63

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$15,000 Nanjing
Nanjing, China  ($15K ITF Women’s Circuit)

Singles

Isabelle Boulais
1st rd: lost to [8] Jia-Qi Kang (CHN) 61 64

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GD TENNIS CUP
Belek, Turkey  ($15 ITF Futures)

Singles qualifying

[15] Pavel Krainik
1st rd: def Mihnea Lorin Stefan Turcu (ROU) 63 62
2nd rd: def. Sorin Iordache (ROU) 62 64
Final rd: lost to Domagoi Biljesco (CRO) 62 76 (4)

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Soho Square Egypt Women’s / Men’s Futures
Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt ($15K ITF)

Women’s singles qualifying

Anne-Sophie Courteau
1st rd: lost to Salma Djoubri (FRA) 63 62

Men’s singles qualifying

[15] Riaan Du Toit
1st rd: lost to Vadym Zrazhevskyy (UKR) 76 (4) 61

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5 thoughts on “Canucks This Week: Week of Feb. 13, 2017 (final results)

  1. I was sorry to see Vasek had to withdraw this week.

    He looked very much in pain during his match yesterday, after the medical timeout. 🙁

  2. So the court in Ottawa was not suitable to Polansky’s game. I am glad to see he has adapted to the Memphis court.

    • Point taken. Also too bad he wasn’t playing Matthew Barton, (ranked … No. 198) and Nedunchezhiay (ranked No. … 1085) while defending his country’s colours in Ottawa.

      • Good point…after all it’s not like he just beat Dan Evans a few months ago…actually, never mind.

        • Right. Beating a guy in front of 50 people at a Challenger after being 1-2 points away from a straight-sets loss when your opponent has only played a couple of matches in the previous 2 1/2 months and you’ve played every single week is EXACTLY like playing best-of-5 sets in front of 7,000 screaming compatriots after not having actually won a live Davis Cup rubber in … 7 years. Of COURSE the outcome would be exactly the same! My bad. 🙂

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