January 16, 2021

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AO Men’s qualifying: final round results

(Tennis Australia Photo by Samer Alrejjal)

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It’s the last day in Doha. And the 16 men who survive it will be headed down to Australia.

It’s not just the opportunity to make at least $100,000 if you lose in the first round. There is also another playing opportunity the week before.

Only eight of the original 32 seeds remain in the draw.

Qualifying, final round
Final results

[21] Carlos Alcaraz (ESP) def [2] Hugo Dellien (BOL) 62 63
Kimmer Coppejans (BEL) def [7] Damir Dzumhur (BIH) 62 60
Maxime Cressy (USA) def Dustin Brown (GER) 76 (5) 64
Frederico Ferreira Silva (POR) def. [1] Grégoire Barrere (FRA) 63 64
Quentin Halys (FRA) def Robin Haase (NED) 63 64
[3] Aslan Karatsev (RUS) def Alexandre Muller (FRA) 62 61
Botic Van de Zandschulp (NED def. Mathias Bourgue (FRA) 76 (4) 64
Mario Vilella Martinez (ESP) def Tung-Lin Wu (TPE) 46 75 64
[15] Henri Laaksonen (SUI) def. Borna Gojo (CRO) 67 (4) 64 76 [10-7]
Tomas Machac (CZE) def Mikael Torpegaard (NED) 62 61 
Michael Mmoh (USA) def Arthur Rinderknech (FRA) 63 76 (3)
Roman Safiullin (RUS) def Constant Lestienne (FRA) 67 (2) 63 64 
Sergiy Stakhovsky (UKR) def [WC] Dane Sweeny (AUS) 26 63 61
Bernard Tomic (AUS) def [WC] John-Patrick Smith (AUS) 64 57 76 [10-7]
Viktor Troicki (SRB) def [11] Cedrik-Marcel Stebe (GER) 64 62
Elias Ymer (SWE) def [5] Taro Daniel (JPN) 61 62 

 
Veteran Sergiy Stakhovsky is looking to make it to Melbourne. (Tennis Australia Photo by Samer Alrejjal).
Not expecting long rallies between big-serving Dustin Brown and Maxime Cressy. (Tennis Australia Photo by Samer Alrejjal)

Court 4