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ITF World Tennis Tour – Spherical Up CW46

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MUNICH, November 23, 2022 (by Dietmar Kaspar)

M25 Columbus USA – Alexander Bernard captures maiden trophy

the Columbus ITF M25held at TY Tucker Tennis Middle in Ohio, concluded with the title win of left-handed teenager Alexander Bernard.

The 19-year-old battled down his No. 4 seeded fellow US-American John McNallythe older brother of WTA skilled Catherine McNally, within the semi-finals in three units.

Czech qualifier Matej Voice continued his nice run, beating Moldovan wildcard entry Alexander Kozbinov within the stage of the ultimate 4 in straight units.

Salem-born Bernard benefited within the title match from the retirement of his 25-year-old rival on the rating 2-6, 6-1, 3-1 after 93 minutes. The No. 5 seed, who was ranked ITF No. 9 as a junior, celebrated his first title on the Professional Circuit.

M25 Heraklion GRE – Jakub Mensik prevails in Crete

Teenager Jakub Mensik from the Czech Republic succeeded on the M25 Heraklion event hosted by Nama Golden Seashore Resort.

The previous junior’s World No. 2 cruised previous French No. 2 seed Titouan Droguet within the semi-finals in straight units.

Ukrainian No. 8 seed Oleksandr Ovcharenko battled by way of the highest half of the draw, beating No. 4 seeded Frenchman Terence Atmane within the seeds in three units.

Seventeen-year-old Mensik earned one break and 4 factors extra within the championship match to prevail 6-4, 7-6 in about two hours. The Prostejov native, who completed runner-up to US-American Bruno Kuzuhara after three hours and 43 minutes on the Australian Open Junior Championships this season, lifted his second profession trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour following his maiden championship in Allershausen this summer time.

M25 Traralgon AUS – Edward Winter clinches maiden trophy on dwelling soil

Teenager Edward Winter is the champion of the Latrobe Metropolis Traralgon Worldwide #1 hosted by the Traralgon Tennis Affiliation.

The 18-year-old Australian made the final step to the ultimate by defeating the US-American No. 2 seed Kyle Seelig in two units.

No. 3 seeds Tristan Schoolkate set the all-Australian closing with a straight-set win in opposition to his high seeded countryman Omar Jasika.

Adelaide-born Winter broke his 21-year-old opponent within the title match for 4 instances and dropped one service-game to seal a 6-4, 6-2 victory in 84 minutes. The No. 3 seed celebrated his first singles title on the Professional Circuit.

M25 Mumbai IND – Dominik Palan wins one other title on onerous court docket

Dominik Palan was victorious on the MSLTA Mens 25K Tennis Championship 2022held at Maharashtra State Garden Tennis Affiliation.

The 22-year-old Czech knocked off the event’s high favorite Oliver Crawford from the US within the semi-finals in two units.

Ryuki Matsuda from Japan benefited within the stage of the final 4 from the retirement of Indian Digvijay Pratap Singh on the rating of 6-4, 1-0.

No. 4 seeded Palan gained 76 % of his first-service factors and gained two breaks extra within the championship match to triumph 6-4, 6-4 after one hour and 47 minutes. The Hodonin native lifted his third profession trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all of them achieved on onerous court docket.

M25 Sharm El Sheikh EGY – Marek Gengel stays stable in Sharm El Sheikh

Marek Gengel acquired the championship of the Egypt Males’s Futurehosted by Soho Sq. in Sharm El Sheikh, with out dropping a set.

The Czech No. 3 seed stopped the run of Egyptian wild card entry Karim-Mohamed Maamoun within the stage of the ultimate 4.

Amir Elsayed from Egypt reached the ultimate with a straight-set win in opposition to Chinese language No. 4 seed Bu Yunchaokete.

Twenty-seven-year-old Gengel fired 10 aces within the title match and gained 81 % of his first-serve video games to assert victory with 6-3, 6-1 in about one hour. The Rakovnik native celebrated his seventh singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all of them achieved in Sharm El Sheikh.

M15 Boca Raton USA – Blu Baker wins debut title

Blue Baker clinched the trophy of the MNO Tennis Traditionalheld at DM Tennis Efficiency at Mission Bay in Florida.

The 21-year-old Briton cruised previous No. 2 seed Roberto Cid Subervi from the Dominican Republic within the semi-finals in straight units.

Arvid Nordquist emerged victorious from the all-Swedish semifinal-battle in opposition to Lucas Renard in three units.

Newport-born Baker broke his 24-year-old rival within the championship match for 4 instances by dropping two service-games to prevail 7-6, 6-2 after greater than two hours. The No. 5 seed lifted his first singles trophy on the Professional Circuit

M15 East Lansing USA – Alex Michelsen captures maiden title

the Capital Metropolis Summer time Traditionalhosted by MSU Tennis Middle in Michigan, concluded with the title win of teenager Alex Michelsen.

The 18-year-old US-American edged out Australian No. 5 seed Mitchell Harper within the semi-finals in three units.

Alexander Kotzen gained the all-US-American semifinal-clash in opposition to qualifier Ronald Hohmann in straight units.

No. 3 seeded Michelsen despatched down six aces within the title match and gained 78 % of his first-service factors to safe a 7-6, 6-1 victory in 78 minutes. The Laguna Hills native celebrated his first singles title on the Professional Circuit and capped his dream week with the doubles-trophy alongside his teenaged countryman Learner Tien.

M15 Lujan ARG – Matias Franco Descotte triumphs on dwelling soil

Matias Franco Descotte took the title of the M15 Lujan event held at Lujan Tenis Membership.

Within the all-Argentinian semi-finals, the No. 4 seed fought previous veteran Gabriel Alexander Hidalgo in three units.

Lorenzo Joaquin Rodriguez superior to the ultimate with a straight-set win in opposition to his compatriot Santiago de la Fuente.

Buenos Aires-born Descotte earned one break and one level extra within the championship match to succeed 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 after two hours and 21 minutes. The 28-year-old lifted his eighth profession trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour.

M15 Lima PER – Victor Lilov claims maiden trophy

Teenager Viktor Lilov emerged victorious on the Copa Federationhosted by Rinconada Nation Membership.

The previous junior’s World No. 3 booked the spot within the closing with a straight-set win in opposition to Peruvian No. 2 seed Arklon Huertas del Pino.

Prime favorites Jorge Brian Panta eased previous his No. 3 seeded fellow Peruvian Conner Huertas del Pinothe youthful brother of Arklon, within the semi-finals in two units.

Eighteen-year-old Lilov gained two breaks extra within the title match to seal a 2-6, 6-3, 6-1 comeback-win lasting two hours and 20 minutes. The Canada-born, who’s representing the US, celebrated his first singles title on the Professional Circuit.

M15 Antalya TUR – Alexander Weis captures back-to-back titles in Belek

After his title win on the identical place three weeks in the past adopted by a event break, Alexander Weis was topped champion once more on the Antalya Collectionheld at Megasaray Tennis Academy in Antalya.

The 25-year-old Italian knocked out the event’s high seed Daniel Michalski from Poland within the semi-finals in two units.

German No. 2 seed Timo Stodderwho performed school tennis for the College of Tennessee, superior to the ultimate with a straight-set win in opposition to No. 7 seeded Spaniard Jorge Martinez Martinez.

No. 4 seeded Weis capitalized on 5 of his 11 break-point probabilities within the championship match and misplaced three service-games to prevail 6-4, 6-4 after one hour and 38 minutes. The Bolzano native lifted his third profession trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all of them gained on clay.

M15 Monastir TUN – Robert Strombachs wins one other title on onerous court docket

Robert Strombachs clinched the trophy of the Magic Resort Excursions event, hosted by Resort Skanes Household.

The 23-year-old German took the final step to the ultimate by defeating the Italian No. 8 seed Andrea Picchione in two units.

Polish junior entry Olaf Pieczkowski beat Andrew Warriors within the semi-finals in straight units.

In a one-sided title match, No. 5 seeded Strombachs earned the one 5 breaks to assert a 6-1, 6-2 victory in 75 minutes. The Berlin native celebrated his fourth singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all of them achieved on onerous court docket.

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