ITF World Tennis Tour – CW23 Roundup

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MUNICH, June 17, 2022 (by Dietmar Kaspar)

M25 Skopje MNI – Laurent Lokoli wins the fifth trophy of the season

The M25 Skopje tournament, organized by the Tennis Club Jug-Skopje, ended with the victory of the title of Laurent Lokoli.

The French seed, born in Bastia, stopped the Bulgarian qualifier race Petr Nesterov in the semi-finals in two sets.

Brazilian No. 2 seed Orlando Luz booked their place in the final with a three-set victory over the Tunisian No. 6 seed Moez Echargui.

Lokoli, 27, won 76% of his first-serve points in the title match and earned four more breaks to triumph 6-2, 6-1 in 83 minutes. The Frenchman lifted his 14e career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour and his fifth in 2022.

M25 East Lansing USA – Gabriel Diallo wins his first title

Gabriel Diallo won the title of M25 East Lansing tournament, which took place at the MSU Tennis Center in Michigan.

The 20-year-old Canadian ended the American-American qualifying streak Jacob Bickersteth at the stage of the last four in straight sets.

Andres Martin of the United States won the playoff semi-final against the Japanese Shunsuke Mitsuiwho was ranked No. 6 in the ITF as a junior, in three sets.

Unseeded Diallo converted all three of his break point chances in the league game to secure a 6-3, 7-6 victory within 90 minutes. The Montreal native celebrated his first singles title on the Pro Circuit.

M25 Santo Domingo DOM – Roberto Cid Subervi triumphs at home

local hero Roberto Cid Subervi was crowned champion M25 Santo Domingo tournament organized by the Centro Nacional de Tenis Parque del Este.

The 28-year-old from the Dominican Republic has completed the Jamaican qualifying race John Chin in the semi-finals in two sets.

The top seed of the tournament Dan added de France made the final step to the final by beating the Brazilian No. 4 seed João Lucas Reis da Silva in three series.

Santo Domingo-born Cid Subervi earned four more breaks than his 23-year-old rival in the title match and edged him 71-50 to go 6-2, 6-3 after an hour and 54 minutes . The No. 3 seed, who played college tennis for the University of South Florida, won her eighth career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour.

M25 Chiang Rai THA – Bu Yunchaokete wins fourth title of the season

Bu Yunchaokete of China won the trophy M25 Chiang Rai tournament, held at the Chiang Rai Tennis Stadium, without losing a set all week.

Former World Junior No. 5 knocked out Turkey’s No. 3 seed Yanki Erel in the last four stage in straight sets.

Seed #4 Shintarō Imai won the all-Japanese semi-final against Shinji Hazawa in straight series.

Yunchaokete, 20, hit nine aces in the league game and won the only two breaks to claim a 6-3, 7-5 victory after an hour and 24 minutes. The No.7 seed celebrated her fourth singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all won on hard court this season.

M25 Harmon GUM – Sho Shimabukuro rules the Pacific Ocean

Sho Shimabukuro won the title of Kings Guam World Tennis Tourheld at the Guam National Tennis Center.

The 24-year-old Japanese battled through the bottom half of the table, beating second seed Korea Jisung Nam in the semi-finals in three sets.

Seed #5 Seong Chan Hongwho won the trophy at Harmon last week, beat fellow No. 8 seed Korean Cheong Eui Kim at the stage of the last four in straight sets.

No. 3 seed Shimabukuro fired eight aces and won 80% of his first-serve points in the title match to win 3-6, 6-4, 6-1 in about two hours. The Gifu native won his third career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all won on hard court.

M15 Cordoba ESP – Carlos Lopez Montagud dominates at home

Carlos Lopez Montagud won the Torneo Internacional Cordoba Patrimonio de la Humanidad – Tressisheld at Real Aero Club de Cordoba, without losing a set during the tournament

The top-seeded Spaniard stopped the Ukrainian qualifier race Eric Vanshelboim in the semi-finals.

Alberto Barroso Campos set the all-Spanish final with a straight-sets win over fellow No.6 seed Imanol Lopez Morillo.

Algemesi-born Lopez Montagud won the only five breaks in the league game and claimed 83% of his first-serve points to claim a 6-2, 6-1 win in 76 minutes. The 21-year-old celebrated his third singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all won on clay this season.

M15 Quito ECU – Murkel Dellien wins again in Quito

After his first championship at the same venue two weeks ago, the No. 2 seed Murkel Dellien won the trophy M15 Quito Bicentenary Cup – Stage 3, hosted by Club Rancho San Francisco.

The younger brother of fellow tennis professional Hugo Dellien advanced to the final with a straight-sets win over Matias Soto from Chile.

Argentina seeded No. 7 Juan Bautista Otegui passed the No. 6 seed Ricardo Rodriguez of Venezuela in the semi-finals in straight sets.

Dellien, 24, took advantage of three of his four break point chances in the title match without losing a service game to secure the victory with 6-3, 6-2 after 71 minutes. The Trinidad native, who played college tennis for Wichita State University, won his second career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour.

M15 Sarajevo BIH – Bo Artnak wins his first title

The Sarajevo Open 2022held at the GTA Tennis Academy, concluded with the title victory of an unranked teenager Bo Artnak.

The Slovenian junior entry moved ahead Dusan Obradovic of Serbia in the last four stage in three sets.

Stefan Popovic of Serbia overtook the tournament’s second seed Michel Vrbernsky of the Czech Republic in the semi-final in three sets.

Artnak, 18, earned the only four breaks in the league game to go 6-1, 7-5 in 90 minutes. The current junior world number 16 celebrated his first singles title on the professional circuit.

M15 Frascati ITA – Jose Pereira returns to the winners circle

Veteran Jose Pereira took the title of International “Citta di Frascati”organized by the New Country Club Frascati.

The 31-year-old Brazilian took the final step to the final by beating Italy’s No.4 seed Stefano Neapolitan in straight series.

Italian Manuel Mazza eliminated from tournament favorite Benjamin Lock of Zimbabwe in the semi-final in three sets.

For exactly one hour, the No. 2 seed Pereira converted five of his six break point chances in the title game and dropped a service game to secure a 6-3, 6-0 win. . The Santana Do Ipanema native raised his 12e career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour and his first since 2017.

M15 Tay Ninh VIE – Nam Hoang Ly win back-to-back home titles

Nam Hoang Ly is the champion of Hai Dang Cup 2022held at Hai Dang Tennis Club, without dropping a set all week.

The 25-year-old Vietnamese edged out Australia’s No.8 seed Aaron Addison at the stage of the last four in straight sets.

Czech No. 4 seed Dominik Palan fought in the bottom half of the draw, beating the US No. 2 seed Kyle Seeligwho played college tennis for Ohio State University, in the semifinals in three sets.

Ho Chi Minh-born Ly won 79% of his first-serve points in the league game and earned two more breaks to triumph 7-6, 6-2 in around two hours. The top seed celebrated her seventh singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour after winning at the same venue last week.

M15 Bytom POL – Timo Stodder wins another trophy on clay

Timo Stoder is the champion of Bytom Cupwhich was hosted by the site of KS Gornik Bytom.

The 26-year-old German advanced to the final with a three-set victory against Szymon Kielan from Poland.

Czech seed David Poljak defeated the Ukrainian No. 3 seed Georgii Kravchenko in the semi-finals in three sets.

4-seeded Stodder, who played college tennis for the University of Tennessee, earned a break and nine more points in the title match to claim a 2-6, 6-2, 7- 5 after two hours and 21 minutes. The Berlin native won his third career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour following his back-to-back titles in Bad Waltersdorf last season.

M15 Budva MNE – Christopher Heyman continues his good series

Christopher Heyman snatched the trophy Budapest 2022held on the grounds of Tennis Club Budva Rivijera.

The Belgian, seeded, passes in front Lorenzo Claverie of Italy in the last four stage in straight sets.

Swiss No. 2 seed Damien Wengerwho won the title in Budva last week, booked another place in the final with a straight-sets win over the No.5-seeded Romanian Stefan Palosi.

Eupen-born Heyman capitalized on seven of his 15 break point chances in the league game and lost four service games to win 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 after two hours and 39 minutes. The 28-year-old left-hander celebrated his 19th birthdaye singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour, winning at least one tournament every season since 2015.

M15 Monastir TUN – Aziz Dougaz wins two consecutive titles at home

Following his title win at the same venue last week, the No. 2 seed Aziz Dougaz emerged victorious from Visits to magical hotels tournament, organized by the Skanes Family Hotel in Monastir.

The 25-year-old Tunisian has joined the Chinese No. 5 seed Hanwen Li in the semi-finals in three sets.

Skander MansouriTunisian seed of the tournament, took the last step towards the final by beating the sixth seeded French Jaimee Floyd Angele in three series.

The southpaw Dougaz fired nine aces in the title match and won 79% of his first-serve points to seal a 7-6, 6-0 victory in 88 minutes. The La Marsa native won his eighth career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour and his seventh on home soil.

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