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Re: Riga Mortis: General Latvian tennis talk

Then he has potential

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Result from Greece F3
1st round - Karlis Lejnieks(3) beat Santiago Penades-Sanz 6-4 4-6 6-4
will play Tristan Farron-Mahon of Ireland in Round 2

Result from Uzbekistan Challenger-1st round

R Klaase beat Deniss Pavlovs 6-4 6-1

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Kravchuk/Kubot(3) beat Madjarovski/Deniss Pavlovs 6-2 6-0 Expected defeat though.

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Todays 2nd round result from Greece F3

(3)Karlis Lejnieks (Latvia) defeated Tristan Farron-Mahon of Ireland 6-2 6-4

He'll face 7th seed Neil Bamford (GB) in the quarter-finals.

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Re: Riga Mortis: General Latvian tennis talk

Britain seems to be doing pretty well on the Futures level

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Britain seems to be doing pretty well on the Futures level
Yeah especially in this tournament.

Quarter-Final result from Greece F3

(7)Neil Bamford(GB)beat(3)Karlis Lejnieks(Latvia) 6-3 6-4

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Yeah especially in this tournament.

Quarter-Final result from Greece F3

(7)Neil Bamford(GB)beat(3)Karlis Lejnieks(Latvia) 6-3 6-4
Zahirah jinxed him...I'm kidding Z.
Too bad for Karlis
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Zahirah jinxed him...I'm kidding Z.
If I'd wanted to jinx him I would've said: "Eaaaasy win for Karlis, those Brits can't beat anyone."

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Andis Juska returns

This week Andis is competing in Karlsruhe Challenger, he's playing on clay and he's seeded
5th in qualifying.

1st round beat Ben Rudolph (Germany) 6-1 6-2
2nd round beat Renato Silveria (Brazil) 6-2 6-2
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Andis will play Ricardas Berankis of Lithuania for a place in the main draw. This will take place later today. Good luck Andis

(I have been on Karlsruhe official website to check this and it says this match is Qualifikation Runde 3. Good luck Andis.

(Sorry for any confusion) The ATP site posted the qualifying draw where the Main Draw is supposed to be posted.

Deniss and Karlis are not entered for any events this week.

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Hello Yushka

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Qualifying Round 3 result from Karlsruhe

Ricards Berankis (Lithuania)beatAndis Juska(5)Latvia7-6(3)6-7(6)6-4

So he didn't make the Main Draw..

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Andis so close...

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Re: Riga Mortis: General Latvian tennis talk

Tell me if I'm hallucinating but, in this video, I thought Ben Barnes looks a bit like that photo of Karlis we gushed over last time


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Ricards Berankis (Lithuania) beatAndis Juska(5)Latvia7-6(3)6-7(6)6-4
I'm glad Berankis won, he's a major talent, very young still but already better than Juska. We Latvians always support our Baltic neighbors in all the possible sports
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Deniss is playing in Ukraine Futures this week on clay in Cherkassy, a $10,000 event-being played on clay. He's seeded 4, and his 1st round opponent is 846th ranked Pavel Katliarou of Belarus. The qualifying event is due to finish today so his opening match will most likely take place tomorrow.

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Good luck Pavlovs take the cake!

(the last bit was a pun on pavlova, but never mind )

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