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QUALIFYING DRAW-1st Round-Completed

YAROSHENKO, Sergei UKR d. (1) HADAD, Amir ISR 67(10) 76(3) 63
(WC) KONIUSZ, Blazej POL d. OWSIAN, Kacper POL 75 63

STANCIK, Jan SVK d. LOJDA, Dusan CZE 76(2) 76(8)
(8) CHRAMOSTA, Ladislav CZE d. HASEK, Jakub CZE 64 26 76(3)

(2) DELGADO, Jamie GBR v (WC) MACH, Andrzej POL 60 63
(WC) TERCZYNSKI, Bartosz POL d. WALKOW, Michal POL 63 60

(WC) GAWRON, Marcin POL v GRUNES, Christian GER W/O
DILAJ, Maciej POL d. (6) SVARC, Ladislav SVK 36 64 61

(3) ZELENAY, Igor SVK v FRELICH, Petr CZE 62 62
POKRYWKA, Marek POL d. (WC) SWINDER, Maciej POL 75 63

DEVOTY, Theodor CZE v LIPKA, Dariusz POL 63 61
(5) KRALERT, Petr CZE d. SUBOTA, Jan CZE 64 64

(4) MASIK, Jan CZE v (WC) KWASNIEWICZ, Jakub POL 62 60
NIJAKI, Radoslaw POL v KUTAC, Roman CZE 67(4) 75 61

ROSOL, Lukas CZE d. (WC) GUSKA, Karol POL 61 60
(7) TERESHCHUK, Orest UKR d. PANFIL, Grzegorz POL 67(7) 64 62
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Bad news again, Hadad lost too. Btw, when Yaroshenko finished the match, the Ukrainians went straight to a shop to buy some Vodka lol. Yaroshenko didn't even take shower and they went their with their bags


Do u want a weird story of these Ukranian players

At Universiade last year,(where I met Filip Urban,Radoslaw Nijaki ( ),Olga Brozda ( ) and Monika Schneider ( ) I also saw four Ukranian players.

Yaroshenko and Tereschuk (Both playing here) and two lady,Oxana Lyubtsova and one where I forgot her name. All of them were bit bitchies I am afraid on and off court

Anyway before afternoon session I was staying on a chair between two courts.

at one there were Lauren Breadmore and a South African lady was hitting,and other four Ukranian players were practising doubles on other court,they werent side by side but was pretty near.

At one shot ball hit side of Lauren's racquet and ball went so high up and dropped to near of Tereschuk.

What did he do?laughed and than got the ball on his pocket and didnt give to Lauren again four players than talked something in Ukranian and laughed for minutes ,Lauren asked twice for her practice ball but couldnt get it back

At same stage Oxana had a really devilish look to Lauren (Than I realised they had meet few times on ITF circuit and had problems on their matches between them )

Few minutes later Ukranian's ball dropped on Lauren's court by awful frame smash of other girl.

Lauren said "Here we go dear bitch" and got his ball under her skirt
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when is the main draw coming out?
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oh i wrote so much and of course no one is too much interested like Kasia wrote one things about Ukrainians and vodka
(don't bet on them mates however they play in the evening so maybe... )

so i guess i really should write what happened to me around noon and this thread should be the most spicy on MTF within few days.

But instead I'll just say main draw would be tomorrow around 2 p.m. (doubles should be earlier) and will write some sentences of match resumes.

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YAROSHENKO, Sergei UKR d. (1) HADAD, Amir ISR 67(10) 76(3) 63
Hadad threw his racket in the first game already and it was a good forecast for the rest of the match. As I wrote in the article on the website, it was a problem to move for him, he's kinda Davenport but no it's not a compliment. In the second set he took a break because he did smth to his finger, but I just think he wanted to take some air and get some rest. No chance, he's too fat and no condition he has. Yaroshenko was lucky. I'm curious what will happen tomorrow against Koniusz. Koniusz played well and isn't without chances. I wonder what is Hadad's coach doing this night.

(WC) KONIUSZ, Blazej POL d. OWSIAN, Kacper POL 75 63
Koniusz is a talent. Perhaps so is Owsian, but Koniusz will be one of the "higher ranked" Polish players soon. Remember he's Australian Open doubles juniors champion. His game is powerful and he looks confident, at least against a compatriot. He hasn't played senior events so I'm looking forward to the next round.

STANCIK, Jan SVK d. LOJDA, Dusan CZE 76(2) 76(8)
Oh Lojda doesn't have a psyche ... looking at him it doesn't look like he had anything eye-catching except his dyed blonde hair. He's in junior top ten but just didn't have his day i believe.

(8) CHRAMOSTA, Ladislav CZE d. HASEK, Jakub CZE 64 26 76(3)
long match... it was the far court and i didn't see it.

(2) DELGADO, Jamie GBR v (WC) MACH, Andrzej POL 60 63
Oh, Jamie in shape. Andrzej (our friend ) had his foot injured, but I think the score wouldn't have been much higher if his foot was alright. Jamie at the net, Jamie regular from baseline, both playing one-handed backhand. Quite awesome to watch.

(WC) TERCZYNSKI, Bartosz POL d. WALKOW, Michal POL 63 60
The organizator's son if out. I don't think it's good for the tournament. I am serious.

(WC) GAWRON, Marcin POL v GRUNES, Christian GER W/O
Grunes is here. Perhaps something happened in the last moment.

DILAJ, Maciej POL d. (6) SVARC, Ladislav SVK 36 64 61
Dilaj in a good shape... He kept the rallys and from the half of second set started to be regular and end them with winners because until then Svarc took everything and contrattacked. I didn't see the last set but perhaps it was just Maciej's domination.

(3) ZELENAY, Igor SVK v FRELICH, Petr CZE 62 62
I haven't seen this match, gotta see Zelenay tomorrow.

POKRYWKA, Marek POL d. (WC) SWINDER, Maciej POL 75 63
Pokrywka isn't a bad player for local scale... That's why he won, but you know these matches... someone who even seems talented loses everything while facing someone better or from abroad.

DEVOTY, Theodor CZE v LIPKA, Dariusz POL 63 61
Oh. You remember Lipka from my Aachen reports. Do I need to add more.

(5) KRALERT, Petr CZE d. SUBOTA, Jan CZE 64 64
Haven't seen it.

(4) MASIK, Jan CZE v (WC) KWASNIEWICZ, Jakub POL 62 60
Embarassing, really. Score gives the match level and the difference between both players.

NIJAKI, Radoslaw POL v KUTAC, Roman CZE 67(4) 75 61
I was impressed by Radek Nijaki His game was very strong and lucky, reached the corners! And he didn't break down after the close lost set! What's more, Kutac wasn't playing bad. The match was interesting.

ROSOL, Lukas CZE d. (WC) GUSKA, Karol POL 61 60
I didn't see it and I feel happy about it.

(7) TERESHCHUK, Orest UKR d. PANFIL, Grzegorz POL 67(7) 64 62
Oh - Tereshchuk was the one who didn't close the locker room before getteing naked (totally naked) after the match (yes the door was opened... i thought it's a room for linesmen so i just had a QUICK look but after i realized it was NOT a room for linesmen i immediately hid myself in the toilet.
And as about the match... Panfil is our biggest talent. He can play strongly from baseline, but also can play lifted backhand and serve and volley. His volley is good, has got passing shots... He's quite tell and very fit, so reaches difficult balls to defend. He's just not regular and makes small outs. His serve's very good, too. I am very unhappy he lost. He's a good young boy and I wish him all the best. Perhaps it was Tereshchuk (this naked thing)'s serve... it stareted to wrok perfectly at one moment.

OK THANK YOU SEE YOU TOMORROW !!!

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Do u want a weird story of these Ukranian players

At Universiade last year,(where I met Filip Urban,Radoslaw Nijaki ( ),Olga Brozda ( ) and Monika Schneider ( ) I also saw four Ukranian players.

Yaroshenko and Tereschuk (Both playing here) and two lady,Oxana Lyubtsova and one where I forgot her name. All of them were bit bitchies I am afraid on and off court

Anyway before afternoon session I was staying on a chair between two courts.

at one there were Lauren Breadmore and a South African lady was hitting,and other four Ukranian players were practising doubles on other court,they werent side by side but was pretty near.

At one shot ball hit side of Lauren's racquet and ball went so high up and dropped to near of Tereschuk.

What did he do?laughed and than got the ball on his pocket and didnt give to Lauren again four players than talked something in Ukranian and laughed for minutes ,Lauren asked twice for her practice ball but couldnt get it back

At same stage Oxana had a really devilish look to Lauren (Than I realised they had meet few times on ITF circuit and had problems on their matches between them )

Few minutes later Ukranian's ball dropped on Lauren's court by awful frame smash of other girl.

Lauren said "Here we go dear bitch" and got his ball under her skirt


What a story

But Lyubtsova and Breadmore have never met

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YAROSHENKO, Sergei UKR d. (1) HADAD, Amir ISR 67(10) 76(3) 63
Hadad threw his racket in the first game already and it was a good forecast for the rest of the match. As I wrote in the article on the website, it was a problem to move for him, he's kinda Davenport but no it's not a compliment. In the second set he took a break because he did smth to his finger, but I just think he wanted to take some air and get some rest. No chance, he's too fat and no condition he has. Yaroshenko was lucky. I'm curious what will happen tomorrow against Koniusz. Koniusz played well and isn't without chances. I wonder what is Hadad's coach doing this night.
Amir So much talent going to waste.

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STANCIK, Jan SVK d. LOJDA, Dusan CZE 76(2) 76(8)
Oh Lojda doesn't have a psyche ... looking at him it doesn't look like he had anything eye-catching except his dyed blonde hair. He's in junior top ten but just didn't have his day i believe.
Expected Dusan to win this

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DILAJ, Maciej POL d. (6) SVARC, Ladislav SVK 36 64 61
Dilaj in a good shape... He kept the rallys and from the half of second set started to be regular and end them with winners because until then Svarc took everything and contrattacked. I didn't see the last set but perhaps it was just Maciej's domination.
Ladislav Will have only one highlight in his career, I guess

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DEVOTY, Theodor CZE v LIPKA, Dariusz POL 63 61
Oh. You remember Lipka from my Aachen reports. Do I need to add more.
Yes, cause I don't remember

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(5) KRALERT, Petr CZE d. SUBOTA, Jan CZE 64 64
Haven't seen it.


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My friend who also works at the event wrote a funny article about Lipka. According to it, he's got better backhand than forehand and trains at JCF's Academy. This is the one thing and the fuss I remember from Aachen is the second thing.

He received a sudden WC there and I've been told then JCF personally called and asked for a WC for him but when I had a chance to interview Younes El Aynaoui (he crashed Lipka in MD) he said this wild card was just bought and a player like him should buy better cards to quallies, because when the match started Lipka just didn't know what is happening around.

My other friend who's a journalist compared his match from Sopot Q 2003 and today (I haven't seen today's match) and said Dariusz is sadly moving backwards.
I think he's not going to make a career, just like his brother, who also practised at JCF's.

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What a story

But Lyubtsova and Breadmore have never met
Dont know exactly about that but their looks to each other was
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(7) TERESHCHUK, Orest UKR d. PANFIL, Grzegorz POL 67(7) 64 62
Oh - Tereshchuk was the one who didn't close the locker room before getteing naked (totally naked) after the match (yes the door was opened... i thought it's a room for linesmen so i just had a QUICK look but after i realized it was NOT a room for linesmen i immediately hid myself in the toilet.
And as about the match... Panfil is our biggest talent. He can play strongly from baseline, but also can play lifted backhand and serve and volley. His volley is good, has got passing shots... He's quite tell and very fit, so reaches difficult balls to defend. He's just not regular and makes small outs. His serve's very good, too. I am very unhappy he lost. He's a good young boy and I wish him all the best. Perhaps it was Tereshchuk (this naked thing)'s serve... it stareted to wrok perfectly at one moment.

OK THANK YOU SEE YOU TOMORROW !!!
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Btw about Tereschuk "naked" body

What are u talking about,I had never seen him shirtless apart from matches believe me in Universiade

Always,always was shirtless...

And sometimes also took his shorts off and had a chat with Yaroshenko on grass with only his underwear

If I am not wrong he has surely a necklace,dont remember what was it but we had see his body all the time

But to be honest wasnt a bad one,pretty fit and tall
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My friend who also works at the event wrote a funny article about Lipka. According to it, he's got better backhand than forehand and trains at JCF's Academy. This is the one thing and the fuss I remember from Aachen is the second thing.

He received a sudden WC there and I've been told then JCF personally called and asked for a WC for him but when I had a chance to interview Younes El Aynaoui (he crashed Lipka in MD) he said this wild card was just bought and a player like him should buy better cards to quallies, because when the match started Lipka just didn't know what is happening around.

My other friend who's a journalist compared his match from Sopot Q 2003 and today (I haven't seen today's match) and said Dariusz is sadly moving backwards.
I think he's not going to make a career, just like his brother, who also practised at JCF's.

One of them ( i don't know which one) lost to 55-60 year old coach in amateur event in Gdansk i think 3-4 years ago. There were a lot of people ( mostly old coaches ) and saw that match. Now they're laughing when they see her names in the draws

Lipka brothers is the men example of Silka and Krauze
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Nathaliia, your reports are hilarious! Keep it up!

I missed the reports on Aachen, I must look them up . . .
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Nathii is watching the match right now, but she wanted me to let you know guys that Jamie is ledaing 5-1, he's playing hell of a match and doesn't play doubles. Oh and that Auckland is playing doubles with Masson.

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