Canucks This Week – week of May 21, 2018 (Final results)

The French Open qualifying, and the leadup to the big event.

(Players in red still alive)  

Roland Garros qualifying
Paris, France (Grand Slam

Men’s singles qualifying

[14] Peter Polansky
1st rd: def Norbert Gombos (SVK) 26 76 (3) 62
2nd rd: def Pedja Krstin (SRB) 64 62
Final rd: lost to Josef Kovalik (SVK) 76 (1) 76 (3) (got in as a lucky loser)

Félix Auger-Aliassime
1st rd: def Lloyd Harris (RSA) 64 63
2nd rd: lost to Jaume Munar (ESP) 63 63

Filip Peliwo
1st rd: lost to  Constant Lestienne (FRA) 75 62

Women’s singles qualifying

[16] Françoise Abanda
1st rd: lost to Martina Trevisan (ITA) 46 64 62

Carol Zhao 
1st rd: lost to  Francesca Schiavone (ITA) 64 36 63

Eugenie Bouchard
1st rd: lost to  [13] Dalila Jakupovic (SLO) 60 21 retd

Bianca Andreescu
1st rd: def [1] Vera Lapko (BLR) 64 75
2nd rd: def. Viktoriya Tomova (BUL) 61 63
Final rd: lost to [22] Richel Hogenkamp (NED) 63 76 (9)

Seoul Challenger

Banque Eric Sturdza Geneva Open
Geneva, Switzerland (ATP 250) 

Doubles

Adil Shamasdin / Sander Arends (NED)
1st rd: lost to [2] Ivan Dodig (CRO) / Rajeev Ram (USA) 63 76 (3)

Singles qualifying

Frank Dancevic
1st rd: def [5] Jan Choinski (GER) 76 (4) 75
2nd rd: lost to [3] Noah Rubin (USA) 76 (2) 76 (3)

Seoul Challenger

Open Parc Auvergne
Lyon, France (ATP 250) 

Singles qualifying

[6] Steven Diez
1st rd: lost to [WC] Antoine Cornut-Chauvinc (FRA) 57 62 61

Seoul Challenge

Torneig Internacional Els Gorchs
Les Franqueses del Valles, Spain (25K ITF Pro Circuit)

Singles 

[6] Katherine Sebov
1st rd: lost to [Q] Margarita Gasparyan (RUS) 62 62

Doubles

Katherine Sebov / Alicia Alegre (ESP)
1st rd: lost to Irene Burillo Escorihuela / Claudia Hoste Ferrer (ESP) 63 62

Sonya Latycheva / Chiara Scholl (USA)
1st rd: vs. [WC] Valentina del Marco (ITA) / Jordan Ortega Mendez (ESP) WALKOVER
QF: def [3] Aliona Zadoinov (ESP) / Ana Sofia Sanchez (MEX) 64 46 [10-6]
SF: lost to [1] Giuliana Olmos (MEX) / Laura Pigossi (BRA) 62 64

Singles qualifying

Sonya Latycheva
1st rd: def. Maria Pages Mere (ESP) 64 63
2nd rd: lost to [3] Seone Mendez (AUS) 64 64

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The Oaks Club $25,000
Osprey, Fla. (25K ITF Pro Circuit)

Singles 

Rebecca Marino
1st rd: def Chieh-yu Hsu (TPE) 63 61
2nd rd: lost to [2] Ashley Kratzer (USA) 62 75

 

Singles qualifying

[6] Leylah Annie Fernandez

Layne Sleeth
1st rd: def [6] Leylah Annie Fernandez (CAN) [ALT] Althea Hudson (USA) 60 60
2nd rd: def Anca Craciun (CAN) 63 62
Final rd: lost to [11] Kariann Pierre-Louis (USA) 64 63

Anca Craciun
1st rd: def. Zaina Nait Omar (USA) 36 60 60 
2nd rd: lost to Layne Sleeth (CAN) 63 62

Daria Tomachevskaya
1st rd: def  Ivana Corley (USA) 06 62 60
2n rd: lost to Francesca Fusinato (ITA) 60 64

Oleksandra Gorchanyuk
1st rd: lost to Ana Roman Dominguez (ESP) 62 61

Ariana Arseneault
1st rd: lost to  [12] Kerrie Cartwright (BAH) 62 60

[WC] Petra Miszczak
1st rd; lost to [16] Salome Devidze (GEO) 61 60

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Torneo Future Cordoba 2018
 Cordoba, Mexico ($15K ITF Futures)

Singles

[1] Samuel Monette

[6] Pavel Krainik
1st rd: def [WC] Guillermo Castañeda (MEX) 64 64
2nd rd: def Jody Maginley (ANT) 63 64
QF: def Jose Olivares (DOM) 36 61 75
SF: lost to [3] Christopher Diaz-Figueroa (GUA) WALKOVER

Doubles

Pavel Krainik / Jorge Brian Panta (PER)
1st rd: def [WC] Manuel Alonso / Diego Schettino (MEX) 76 (7) 62
QF: lost to [3] Edward Bourchier (AUS) / Alexander Merino (PER) 63 63

Singles qualifying

Michel-Alexandre Fortin
1st rd: lost to Alan Sau Franco (MEX) 64 62

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Hammamet Open
Hammamet, Tunisia (15K ITF Pro Circuit)

Singles 

Petra Januskova
1st rd: def Ulyana Ayzatulina (RUS) 63 41 retd
2nd rd: def [Q] Seira Shimizu (JPN) 61 63
QF: lost to [3] Angelica Moratelli (ITA) 62 62

Doubles

[3] Petra Januskova / Julyette Steur (GER)
1st rd: Bye
QF: def Nadia Echeverria Alam (VEN) / Natalia Maynetto (USA) 61 61
SF: def [1] Taysiya Morderger / Yana Morderger (GER) 63 75
F: def. Brittany Collens (USA) / Celine Fritsch (GER) 60 60

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Jerba Open 2018
Jerba, Tunisia (15K ITF Futures)

Singles

Alexander Day
1st rd: lost to [Q] Alexander Rotsaert (USA) 63 60

Doubles

Alexander Day / Thomas Colautti (GBR)
1st rd: lost to John-Paul Fruttero (USA) / Nicholas Horton (AUS) 67 (4) 62 [10-4]

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Singapore ITF Men’s Futures F2
Singapore (15K ITF 
Futures)

Singles qualifying

[6] Kelsey Stevenson
1st rd: def [WC] Timothy Lim (SGP) 60 63
Final rd: lost to [10] Hong Kit Wong (HKG) 61 61

Doubles

[WC] Kelsey Stevenson / Roy Hobbs (SGP)
1st rd: lost to Jeremy Beatle / James Frawley (AUS) 64 62

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Rising Star Tour – Sweden F3
Bastad, Sweden (15K ITF Futures)

Doubles

Kevin Kylar / Ross Weibull (SWE)
1st rd: lost to Karl Friberg / Linus Frost (SWE) 61 64

Singles qualifying

Kevin Kylar
1st rd: lost to Jonathan Steinberg (SWE) 63 75

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Tenis Organisation Cup
Antalya, Turkey (15K ITF Pro Circuit/$15K Futures)

Men’s doubles

[WC] Amad Ahmed / Cihak Akay (AUS)
1st rd: lost to [4] Joel Cannell (GBR) / Vullnet Tashi (SUI) 60 62

[WC] Iancu Iustinian Ghinda / Nabi Kustepe (TUR)
1st rd: lost to Florian Fallert / Paul Woerner (GER) 60 62

Women’s singles qualifying

Keira Blackbeard
1st rd: lost to [12] Erika Drozd Pereira (BRA) 62 61

Men’s singles qualifying

Iancu Iustinian Ghinda
1st rd: def Amad Ahmed 63 62
2nd rd: vs. [7] Beibit Zhukayev (KAZ) 75 75

Damian Ghader
1st rd: lost to Andrei Molyak (RUS) 64 46 60

Amad Ahmed
1st rd: lost to Iancu Iustinian Ghinda (CAN) 63 62

Kooros Ghasemi
1st rd: lost to Tobias Puerrer (AUT) 62 63

Iancu Iaustinian Ghindaen

Rivne UKR F3
Kiev, Ukraine (15K ITF Pro Circuit)

Singles qualifying

Razvan Baiant
1st rd: def Danylo Chychin (UKR) 60 63
2nd rd: def. Akim Zarichanskyy (UKR) 62 62
FInal rd: lost to [2] Daniil Klimov (GER) 61 62

Nazar Achour
1st rd: Bye
2nd rd: lost to Oleksandr Varichenko (UKR) 64 63

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7 thoughts on “Canucks This Week – week of May 21, 2018 (Final results)

  1. Why isn’t Carol Zhao in the Roland Garros qualies? Injured?

    • Yes, to rest for Roland Garros. Clever, I’d say..

      • Tks, Jerry. I agree, very clever. He has been playing quite a bit in the last couple of weeks tks to his good play.

        • He entered a tournament every week but one during the clay season, and every week during the grass season.
          There wasn’t much doubt, if he put some wins together, that he wasn’t going to play them all. Same may be true on grass.

  2. Pospisil has to qualify for Roland Garros? Hasn’t his ranking been top 100 all of this year?

  3. Thought Vasek Pospisil was in the main draw at Roland Garros…..listed on their web site as such?

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