ITF World Tennis Tour – Round-Up CW14

MUNICH, April 14, 2022 (by Dietmar Kaspar)

M25 Rosario, Santa Fe ARG – Gonzalo Villanueva succeeds in an all-Argentine affair

That Copa Paddoc Jockey Club de Rosarioheld at the Country Jockey Club, ended with the title win as a local hero Gonzalo Villanueva.

In the all-Argentine semifinal, the 27-year-old seed No. 6 struck out. Roman Andres Burruchaga in three sets.

Franco Emanuel Egea took the final step to the final by hitting the left hand Alejo Lorenzo Lingua Lavallen in straight sets.

Parana-born Villanueva resisted seven aces from his 26-year-old rival in the championship match and earned two more breaks to secure a 3-6, 6-4, 6-1 victory after two hours and 25 minutes. Seed No. 5 lifted his seventh career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour, presented by the tournament director and former world No. 8, Alberto Mancini.

M25 Reus ESP – Alex Marti Pujolras triumphs again at home

Alex Marti Pujolras is a champion in ITF WTT Autolica-Mercedes Benz_Ciutat de Reushosted by CT Reus Monterols.

The 23-year-old won the entire Spanish semi-final showdown against the qualifiers Ignasi de Rueda de Genover in three sets.

French No. 5 seeds Ugo Blanchet enjoyed in the stage of the last four from retirement from the tournament’s topseed Filippo Baldi Italy with the score 7-5, 3-1.

Unused Marti Pujolras got a break and nine points more in the title fight and won 3-6, 6-2, 7-6 after two hours and 39 minutes. Following his maiden triumph in Melilla last season, the native Santa Cruz de Bezana celebrated his second singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour and his second on Spanish soil.

M15 Dubrovnik CRO – Gergely Madarasz dominates in Croatia

Twenty-seven-year-old Gergely Madarasz took the title as Dubrovnik Cupheld at Tenis Centar Dubrovnik, without losing a set all week.

The Hungarian No. 3 seed crossed past Andrea Guerrieri from Italy in the semifinals in two sets.

Croation junior admission Dino Prizmic continued his great run and beat No. 4 seed Arthur Reymond of France in the stage of the last four in straight sets.

Left-handed Madarasz broke his 16-year-old opponent in the championship game six times, losing just one service match to secure a 6-2, 6-0 victory after an hour and 15 minutes. Baja natives, who played college tennis for Purdue University, celebrated their fourth career title on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all winning on gravel court.

M15 Chiang Rai THA – JiSung Nam returns to the winning circle

That ITF Men’s Asia / Oceania # 1held by the site of Chiang Rai Sports Center, ended with the title victory of JiSung Nam.

In the semifinals with all the top four favorites in action, the 28-year-old from South Korea booked his place in the final with a straight-set victory against the No. 3 seeded veteran Konstantin Kravchuk.

Top-seeded Chinese Yan Bai edged out Seong Chan Hongthe Korean No. 4 seed, in the semifinals in two sets.

Busan-born Nam outscored his 32-year-old rival in the title fight 61-38 to succeed 6-2, 6-4 in 74 minutes. Seed No. 2 lifted its fifth singles trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour and its first since 2018.

M15 Antalya TOUR – Teenager Hamad Medjedovic wins back-to-back titles

After his maiden title victory in the same place last week, eighteen-year-old Hamad Medjedovic from Serbia won another trophy at it Antalya seriesheld at Club Megasaray in Belek.

The former junior world No. 9 advanced to the final with a straight-set victory against Rimpei Kawakami from Japan.

French No. 6 seeds Valentin Royer edged past Nicolae Frunza from Romania in the semifinals in three sets.

Medjedovic, No. 7, converted six of his eight breakpoint chances in the championship game and lost two service games to secure a 6-3, 6-2 victory in 81 minutes. The native Novi Pazar, which is based at the Novak Tennis Center of World No. 1 Novak Djokovic in Belgrade, celebrated his second career title on the ITF World Tennis Tour.

M15 Monastir TUN – Joris de Loore wins in Tunisia

No. 2 seeds Joris de Loore from Belgium went out victorious Magic Hotel Tours tournament, organized by Hotel Skanes Family in Monastir.

The former world No. 174, who was ranked No. 104 as a junior, beat French No. 4 seed Terence Atmane in the stage of the last four in two sets.

Teenager Szymon Kielan from Poland reached its first final on the Pro Circuit with a straight-set victory in the semifinal against French No. 6-seed Maxence Beauge.

Twenty-eight-year-old de Loore won 81 percent of his first-time points and had the only three breaks in the title fight to claim a 6-4, 6-3 victory in 96 minutes. The Bruges native lifted his ninth singles trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour.

M15 Sharm El Sheikh EGY – Alibek Kachmazov wins third title of the season

Alibek Kachmazov wins the trophy M15 Sharm El Sheikh tournament, held at Soho Square.

The tournament’s top favorite took the final step to the final by defeating Lukas Pokorny from Slovakia in two sets.

Italian No. 3 seeds Samuel Vincent Ruggeriwho played all of his ten tournaments this season on Egyptian soil, crossed past Filip Bergevi from Sweden in the semifinals in straight sets.

Vladikavkaz-born Kachmazov took advantage of four of his nine breakpoint opportunities in the championship game and dropped a service game to triumph 6-2, 6-4 after an hour and 32 minutes. The 19-year-old celebrated his sixth career title on the ITF World Tennis Tour, his third in 2022.

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