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Wins his second round match 46 75 62 and now has a very winnable Quarter Final. Would be sensational if he could make the semis. Great work Jason.

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Very nice win from Jason. Yes the match against Matsuo is definetly winnable. I wasn't aware how good Jason actually was on clay, must be playing a huge advantage for him here. He would have to be considered a favorite for RG juniors given his recent success in senior clay tournaments.

Should Jase pick up a win tommorow he will actually get a ranking inside the top 1000 the week after next! along with that he will also get a secured entry into the second aussie future next week and have an oppurtunity against two players (brendan moore and andrew gregory) who I am going to predict would be beatable for Jason.

Come on mate, one more win and your set up for the year.
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Wins his second round match 46 75 62 and now has a very winnable Quarter Final. Would be sensational if he could make the semis. Great work Jason.
Go JK!

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I think those 5 matches (2-3 record, but all losses went to 3 sets) in European clay Futures qualifying draws are paying dividends now.

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Nice! Especially coming from a set down..
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I think those 5 matches (2-3 record, but all losses went to 3 sets) in European clay Futures qualifying draws are paying dividends now.
Yes, that has most probably been the biggest factor in these results. Also the fact that the tournament is being played in Ipswich which is pretty close to where Jason lives, he is probably actually going home to his real house everyday. Bundaberg next week is probably too far to drive home each day to Brisbane but still nice that he is in his home state of Queensland.
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QF: Jason Kubler (QLD) d Yuki Matsuo (JPN) 6-2 6-0
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Awesome, very exciting time for Jason. He will now get direct entry into the futures tournament main draw in Bundaberg next week thanks to a secured entry. Also in two mondays time he will be ranked inside the top 1000. Also great to see that he had such an easy win in a quarterfinal.

He will now move to the 4th highest ranked player for his age group. If he is able to win his semifinal then he will become the highest ranked player for his age group. I hope this happens because then we will have Bernard (currently number 2 ranked for age group) and Jason who will be very highly ranked for their age groups and most probably gain some wildcards because of it.

Come on Jason, keep it going mate. Even if he loses the semifinal which I'm expecting it will still be a great week for him.
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Awesome, very exciting time for Jason. He will now get direct entry into the futures tournament main draw in Bundaberg next week thanks to a secured entry. Also in two mondays time he will be ranked inside the top 1000. Also great to see that he had such an easy win in a quarterfinal.

He will now move to the 4th highest ranked player for his age group. If he is able to win his semifinal then he will become the highest ranked player for his age group. I hope this happens because then we will have Bernard (currently number 2 ranked for age group) and Jason who will be very highly ranked for their age groups and most probably gain some wildcards because of it.

Come on Jason, keep it going mate. Even if he loses the semifinal which I'm expecting it will still be a great week for him.
And with Saville winning a main draw match this week, Australia has got players close to the top in the 1992, 1993 and 1994 age categories. Very exciting for Australian tennis and extremely encouraging for Kubler. Jason seems to be very good against Asian players (referring to this win and his junior tour performance last year).

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Next up for Jason is the unseeded Bredan Moore who just defeated the fourth seed Andrew Gregory in straight sets. I think Jason has a very good chance of winning this match as well. Be hard to see Brydan Klein not winning this tournament though.
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Well done Jase and there is really no reason why he can't get to the final now. He beat Moore last year 64 63 on the Hardcourt. He has improved since then plus their rematch is on clay and Moore was in similar form. Great week for the juniors.

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SF: Jason Kubler (QLD) d Brendan Moore (NSW) 6-2 6-4
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Wow, so he comes through qualifying and wins 7 matches in a row with four of them being main draw matches after never previously winning a main draw match! Very impressive week from him and he will play Brydan Klein in the final who cruised passed Ben Mitchell in straight sets.

I guess everyone here is obviously going to expect Brydan to win and so do I, but I'd love for Jason to put up a real fight and at least win a set. It's amazing to think that two weeks away he is going to be ranked very close to the top 800. I'm really hoping that Jason can have a similar result in Bundaberg, even if it is a quarterfinal it would still be good for him.
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Wow.. What a week that I bet none of us expected. I haven't been following Klein but I give Jason a huge chance to win this.. He's been in excellent form this week.
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It is extremely rare for a player to make at least a final in their first time past the first round in a Futures. Amazing week from Jason.

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Amazing. He caused Klein a few troubles when they played at the Aus Open Wildcard playoff but obviously Klein is in much better form but so too is Jason. Hopefully it will be a good final.

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