ITF World Tennis Tour – CW32 Roundup

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MUNICH, August 17, 2022 (by Dietmar Kaspar)

M15 Frankfurt am Main GER – Jan Choinski returns to the winner’s circle

John Choinsky won the trophy in the second edition of the Eintracht Frankfurt Openhosted by Eintracht Frankfurt eV

The German-born, who has represented Great Britain since 2019, overtook Germany’s No.7 seed Kai Wehnelt in the semi-finals in two sets.

Spaniard, seeded No. 5 Imanol Lopez Morillo reached the final with a hard-fought three-set victory over the French No. 5 seed Arthur Raymond.

Choinski, 26, earned a break and 10 more points in the league game to go 6-3, 7-6 after an hour and 41 minutes. The No. 6 seed celebrated his 11e singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour and his first since 2019.

I had so much fun competing here. My goal is to win all future titles in Germany, so I’m happy to get my first trophy here in Frankfurt.said Chinski during the final ceremony.

M25 Padova ITA – Federico Arnaboldi triumphs again at home

“TEAM 2001 – CITTÀ DI PADOVA – MEMORIAL LINO BARBIERO”

The “2001 Team Citta di Padova Memorial Lino Barbiero”held at the Centro Sportivo 2000, ended with the victory of the local hero Federico Arnaboldi.

In the all-Italian semi-finals, the 22-year-old ended the streak of wildcard entries Giacomo Dambrossi in two sets.

Teenager Gabriele Piraino qualified for the final with a victory in two sets against Fausto Tobacco.

Unranked Arnaboldi, who is coached by former tennis professional Diego Nargiso, earned the only four breaks in the title match to secure a 6-2, 6-1 win in 67 minutes. The Como native has lifted his third career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all won on Italian soil.

M25 Ystad SWE – Mathys Erhard wins the fourth trophy of the season

Mathys Erhard won the title of Ystad M25hosted by Ystad Tennis Club.

The 20-year-old won the All-French semi-final against the No. 7 seed Jules Marie in straight series.

Austrian No. 8 seed David Picher qualified for the final with a three-set victory over the No. 4 seed Jonathan Mridha from Sweden.

No. 3 seed Erhard edged his 26-year-old rival in the league game 91-78 to win 6-0, 3-6, 7-5 in two hours and 34 minutes. The Toulouse native celebrated his fourth singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all won in 2022.

M25 Tbilisi GEO – Bu Yunchaekete celebrates his sixth title from 2022

Bu Yunchaokete won the title of Tbilisi Openheld at the “Alexsandre Metrevelli” Tennis Complex.

The Chinese No. 3 seed overtook Alexandre Metrevelli of Georgia in the semi-finals in straight sets.

Edan Leshem of Israel reached the final with a three-set victory over the Turkish No. 6 seed Yanki Erel.

Yunchaokete, 20, who was ranked world number 5 at the junior level, earned a break and one more point in the title game to seal a 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 victory after more than two hours . The Hangzhou native won his sixth career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all won this season.

M25 Guayaquil ECU – Gonzalo Lama stays solid on clay

Gonzalo Lama won the M25 Copa Banco Guayaquilorganized by the Centro Nacional de Tenis.

The Chilean seed took the final step towards the final by defeating the American No. 3 seed. Kyle Seelig in straight series.

Fifth seed João Lucas Reis da Silva of Brazil beat the Argentine No. 4 seed Matias Franco Descotte in the semi-finals in two sets.

Santiago, Chile-born Lama fired nine aces and earned two more breaks in the league game to win 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 after two hours and 47 minutes. The 29-year-old celebrated his 15th birthdaye singles title on the Pro Circuit including two titles on the ATP Challenger-Tour. The former world number 160 has won all of his trophies on clay.

U25 Columbus USA – Murphy Cassone wins his first title

Murphy Cassone is the champion of M25 Columbus tournament, held at the TY Tucker Tennis Center in Ohio.

The 20-year-old American finished his compatriot’s race and qualifier Hanzlik Treasury in the semi-finals in two sets.

Australian seed Rinky Hijikata booked their spot in the final with a straight-sets win over Patrick Maloney the United States.

In a one-sided title game, No. 8 seed Cassone won 86% of his first-serve points and earned five more breaks to seal a 6-3, 6-0 victory in 69 minutes. . The Overland Park native won his first trophy on the professional circuit.

M15 Jakarta INA – Yuta Shimizu wins third title of the season

No. 4 seed Yuta Shimizu of Japan won the trophy Amman Mineral International Tennis 2022 Championshipshosted by Sultantennis Court Hotel.

The former junior world number 5 knocked out the top seed from the tournament Sasikumar Mukund India in the semi-finals in straight sets.

No. 8 seed Ryota Tanuma benefited in the all-Japanese semi-final from the withdrawal of the No. 2 seed Shintarō Imai 3-6, 6-3, 3-1.

The 23-year-old Shimizu beat his opponent six times in the championship match and lost three service games to advance 6-2, 7-5 after 90 minutes. Konan left-hander turns 11e singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour and his third in 2022.

M15 Eupen BEL – Felix Gill succeeds again on clay

The Tchamba Open by BNP Paribas Fortiorganized at KTC Eupen, ended with the triumph of the left-hander Felix Gill.

The 20-year-old from Great Britain overtook the French No.3 seed Antoine Hoang in the semi-finals in two sets.

Buvaysar Gadamauri of Belgium battled in the bottom half of the draw, beating Italy’s No.7 seed Tommaso Compagnucci in semis in two sets.

Redditch-born Gill won 78% of his first-serve points in the title match and earned three more breaks to earn a 6-3, 6-4 win in 80 minutes. The top seed picked up her second career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour after her maiden title win in Cairo last season.

The audience today was as big as when I played Wimbledon qualifying, and the atmosphere was very good. said Gil. “For the future, I want to continue to love playing tennis and I hope to win many more tournaments..”

M15 Herzliya ISR – Ben Patael triumphs at home

local hero Ben Patael won the trophy for M15 Herzlia tournament organized by the BNEI Herzliya Tennis Club.

The 25-year-old battled past his fellow Israeli, the No. 5 seed Orel Kimhi in the semi-finals in three sets.

Japanese Seed No. 6 Kazuma Kawachi defeated the No. 3 seed Daniel Small of Great Britain in the last four stage in straight sets.

Patael, the number one seed, had 10 aces in the league game and scored five more points to go 7-6, 2-6, 6-3 in two hours and 33 minutes. The Tel Aviv native celebrated his seventh hard court singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour.

“Today was a very tough game and a hard fight but I’m happy to have made it through especially after the last two weeks of making several finals, it was really nice to take this tournament this week and come out on top “, said Patael.

“I have worked very hard physically and mentally and pushed myself and I feel very happy with the way I am playing at the moment thanks to my coaches and my team, I really like competing and playing and I just hope it continues to flow.

M15 Helsinki FIN – Charles Broom wins again on hard court

Charles Broom took the title of M15 Helsinki tournament, held at Meilahden Liikuntakeskus.

The second-seeded Great Britain advanced to the final with a straight-sets win over the French No.5 seed Mathieu Scaglia.

Polish Seed No. 3 Philippe Peliwo eliminated the top seed from the tournament Terence Atmane of France in the semi-final in straight sets.

Broom, born in Saint Albans, earned two more breaks in the title match to secure a 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 victory after two hours and 18 minutes. The 24-year-old won his third career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all won on hard court.

M15 Curtea de Arges ROU – Valerio Aboian wins another title on clay

left handed Vlerio Aboian emerged victorious from Vitality Open Tourorganized by Tenis Club Curtea de Arges.

The 20-year-old Argentinian got ahead of himself Simon Anthony Ivanov of Bulgaria in the last four stage in straight sets.

Top seed Juan Pablo Paz defined the all-Argentine final, ending the Romanian qualifier race Radu Mihai Papoe in the semi-finals in two sets.

Aboian, 20, beat his 27-year-old rival in the league match four times to triumph 6-3, 6-3 in 93 minutes. Following his maiden win in Cairo earlier in the season, the Buenos Aires native celebrated his second singles trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour.

M15 Cairo EGY – Luca Tomasetto wins the first trophy

Luca Tomasetto was crowned champion The future of men in Egyptheld at Al-Solaimaneyah Tennis Club.

The 26-year-old Italian overtook the No. 3 seed mohamed safwat of Egypt in the last four stage in straight sets.

Argentine Thiago Cigarran fought in the bottom half of the draw, beating South Africa’s Alec Beckley in the semi-final in straight sets.

Unseeded Tomasetto earned two breaks and nine more points in the title match to seal a 6-2, 7-6 victory lasting two hours and 14 minutes. The native of Cirie won his first trophy on the Pro circuit.

M15 Cancun MEX – Jaimee Floyd Angele stays strong in North America

French Jaimee Floyd Angele won the title of Cancun 2022 World Tennis Tourorganized by the Cancun Tennis Resort.

The big tournament favorite took the final step to the final by beating Australia’s No. 3 seed Adam Walton in two sets.

Teenager Francois Pini emerged victorious in the all-Argentinian semi-final against Luciano Doria in straight series.

Angele, 22, capitalized on four of his eight break point chances in the league game and dropped three service games to win 6-3, 7-6 in around two hours. The Clichy native celebrated his third singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all won in North America.

M15 Monastir TUN – Rigele Te returns to the winners circle

Rigele Te won the trophy Visits to magical hotels tournament organized at the Skanes Family hotel in Monastir.

The 24-year-old Chinese beat the French No. 2 seed Arthur Cazaux in the semi-finals in two sets.

Champion of Monastir last week Marc Lajalthe Estonian No. 5 seed, earned another spot in the final with a straight-sets win over Matthew Dellavedova from Australia.

Huhehaote-born Te fired 15 aces in the title match and scored one more point to claim a 6-3, 3-6, 7-5 victory after two hours and 48 minutes. The No.7 seed won her fourth career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour after three home championships in 2018.

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