Canucks This Week – week of Jan. 29, 2018 (Final results)

The returning Rebecca Marino the last surviving Canadian this week.

Taiwan Open
Taipei City, Taiwan (WTA International) 

Women’s singles

[WC] Genie Bouchard 
1st rd: def. Zhu Lin (CHN) 16 75 20 retd
2nd rd: def Ana Bogdan (ROU) 75 75
QF: lost to Yafan Wang (CHN) 64 60

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St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy
St. Petersburg, Russia (WTA Premier) 

Women’s doubles

[1] Gabriela Dabrowski / Yifan Xu (CHN)
1st rd: def Veronika Kudermetova (RUS) / Lidziya Marozava (BLR) 62 64
QF: def. Kirsten Flipkens (BEL) / Sara Errani (ITA) 16 76 (5) [10-6]
SF: lost to Timea Bacsinszky (SUI) / Vera Zvonareva (RUS) 64 62

 

Dow Tennis Classic
Midland, Mich. (ITF Pro Circuit $100K)

Singles

Carol Zhao
1st rd: def [6] Richel Hogenkamp (NED) 60 61
2nd rd: def. Irina Maria Bara (ROU) 62 61
QF: lost to Jamie Loeb (USA) 62 60

Bianca Andreescu
1st rd: def Misaki Doi (JPN) 62 64
2nd rd: def [5] Sachia Vickery (USA) 61 10 retd
QF: lost to [2] Jennifer Brady (USA) 64 75

Françoise Abanda
1st rd: def. Danielle Rose Collins (USA) 62 62
2nd rd: lost to [2] Jennifer Brady (USA) 64 62

[Q] Katherine Sebov
1st rd: def Lesley Kerkhove (NED) 61 60
2nd rd: lost to [8] Evgeniya Rodina (RUS) 63 75

Singles qualifying

Katherine Sebov
1st rd: def [WC] Kaitlyn Whoriskey (USA) 46 75 76 (3)
2nd rd: def. [5] Amandine Hesse (FRA) 75 61
Final rd: def. Karolina Muchova (CZE) 63 64

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RBC Tennis Championships
Dallas, Texas ($125K Challenger)

Singles

Brayden Schnur
1st rd: lost to [Q] Jared Hiltzik (USA) 57 62 76 (7)

Filip Peliwo
1st rd: lost to Austin Krajicek (USA) 63 63

Doubles

Filip Peliwo / Brayden Schnur
1st rd: lost to Dennis Novikov (USA) / Goncalo Oliveira (POR) 64 64

 

Burnie International
Burnie, Tasmania ($75K Challenger)

Singles

Steven Diez
1st rd: def [Q] Gianni Mina (FRA) 64 31 retd
2nd rd: lost to [3] Evan King (USA) 64 64

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GD Tennis Cup
Antalya, Turkey ($15K ITF Pro Circuit)

Singles

[Q] Rebecca Marino
1st rd: def [Q] Sina Zuger (SUI) 61 62
2nd rd: def. [8] Reka-Luka Jani (HUN) 75 61
QF: def [1] Nicoleta Dascalu (ROU) WALKOVER
SF: def [Q] Anastasia Kulikova (RUS) 75 61
F: def [7] Cristina Ene (ROU) 63 63

Singles qualifying

Rebecca Marino
1st rd: def Emilia deJonckheere (BEL) 60 61
2nd rd: def [3] Dominique Karregat (NED) 62 64
Final rd: def [11] Chihiro Takayama (JPN) 63 60

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Soho Square Egypt F3 Women’s Futures / Men’s Futures
Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt ($15K ITF Pro Circuit)

Men’s singles

[Q] Pavel Krainik
1st rd: def Yanais Laurent (FRA) 62 10 retd
2nd rd: lost to [8] Vladyslav Manafov (UKR) 64 61

Men’s doubles

Pavel Krainik / Daniel Nguyen (USA)
1st rd: lost to Jaroslav Pospisil / Vit Kopriva (CZE) 61 61

Men’s singles qualifying

[3] Pavel Krainik
1st rd: Bye
2nd rd: def [WC] Ignacio Barrios (ITA) 60 60
Final rd: vs. Vincent Stouff (FRA) 36 62 64

Women’s singles qualifying

[12] Maria Patrascu
1st rd: Bye
2nd rd: lost to Sarah Lee (USA) 63 62

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Palm Coast Futures
Palm Coast, Fla. (ITF Futures $15K)

Singles qualifying

Alexandre Leblanc
1st rd: def. Jordan Nickerson (USA) 61 64
2nd rd: def Pedro Ferrari Maciel (BRA) 61 63
3rd rd: lost to [6] Collin Johns (USA) 62 63

Malik Bhatnagar
1st rd: def Sid Donarski (CAN) 62 64
2nd rd: def Dietrich Dernowski (GER) 64 60
3rd rd: lost to [14] Rowland Phillips (JAM) 26 62 63

Washi Gervais
1st rd: def. Bradley Holt (USA) 76 (3) 61
2nd rd: lost to Antoine Sanchez (USA) 46 64 75

Kooros Ghasemi
1st rd: def. Jonathan Olive-Blanco (CAN) 63 75
2nd rd: lost to Juan Hernandez Serrano (MEX) 61 61

Damien Ghader
1st rd: lost to Renan Perdigao (BRA) 63 64

Daniel Fainblum
1st rd: lost to Ritik Sundaram (USA) 51 retd

Austin Hoole
1st rd: lost to [11] Emmett Ward (USA) 61 62

Jonathan Olive-Blanco
1st rd: lost to Kooros Ghasemi (CAN) 63 75

Sid Donarski
1st rd: lost to Malik Bhatnagar (CAN) 62 64

Jonathan Sorbo
1st rd: lost to [15] Andrew Carter (USA) 61 30 retd

 

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13 thoughts on “Canucks This Week – week of Jan. 29, 2018 (Final results)

  1. I’m pleased to see Rebecca getting off to a positive start. I really enjoyed watching her in the past, and wish her all the best.

    • Not 100% sure. She was entered into the Surprise ITF the week of Feb. 12 but WD Monday. Is entered in a similar event in California the week of the 19th, so far.

  2. Wow!! Rebecca Marino must be really playing well. I thought it was a great accomplishment for her to getting through qualification, but she even won her first main draw match quite handily.

    • Let’s all calm down. Her first-round opponent was an 18-year-old who doesn’t even have a WTA ranking. And she won three matches, too. So baby steps. 🙂
      Those events are a good place to start, because her base level, even after the break, is just so much higher. The big challenge is mental.

      • I know it’s going to be baby steps for her, but she couldn’t have asked for a better start. I really hope that she gets what she wants out of attempting this comeback which I would guess is to hold up mentally.

        • I hope, and believe, she’s not thinking the goal is to “hold up mentally”. I think the goal is to enjoy the game she loved and missed, and get back to doing what she does best in the world. I think she’s confident she will “hold up”, or she wouldn’t have attempted a comeback in the first place. She’s in a good place.

  3. I don’t know if it is coincidence or causation, but both Raonic and Bouchard started to decline when they stopped representing their country in Davis and Fed cups.

  4. Steph, Raonic is not playing Davis Cup next week-end, but I think he is scheduled to play a tournament soon, so not injured. Do you know if he was asked & declined, of if he wasn’t asked (unlikely, I know). He usually plays when not injured, so I was just wondering because none of the articles about the team mentioned him at all. Tks.

    • Asked, obviously. Declined.
      The “Usually plays when not injured” thing might have been true, like, four years ago.
      Fact: he hasn’t played Davis Cup in three years. He hasn’t played an away tie since 2013.

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