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WWW Campinas R1: Bogomolov vs Bogo

v-money
09-16-2012, 11:24 PM
Bogomolov back on the challengers tour for the first time since last year's grass season, where he will play some Brazilian named Bogo.

Bogo is 0-3 for his career and 0-2 on the year, which includes eating the maximum number of bagels (4) in those two matches.

Could be a hell of a match, especially if the scoreboard operators have some confusion with the names.

...well I actually made this thread because one doesn't often see a bigger disparity between tennis players in a professional match. Murray vs Bram in last year's Davis Cup may have been even more extreme.

Will Bogo win his first game of the year or will Bogomolov double bagel him? And how the hell did Bogo get a WC into this tournament? Good juniors player?

Freak3yman84
09-16-2012, 11:26 PM
:haha: Bogo in 2 6-0 6-0, and yes I do mean the one whose last name actually is Bogo

Absolute Anthropoid
09-17-2012, 03:21 AM
:lol:

I'll go with Bogomuglov, and Bogo takes 1 game.

156mphserve
09-17-2012, 03:50 AM
probably Bogomolov 6-0 6-1 with the first set being a golden set

Never thought I'd ever predict a golden set for Bogomolov :lol:

Ibracadabra
09-17-2012, 03:54 AM
Tennis wins here

Mark Lenders
09-17-2012, 03:55 AM
Bogo to take out the trash in 2.

156mphserve
09-17-2012, 04:00 AM
it'd be cool if there was a player named Molov and he played Bogo it'd be Bogo v. Molov:lol:

motorhead
09-17-2012, 04:07 AM
who on earth is this guy? atp site doesn't even have is birthdate

mooncreek
09-17-2012, 05:53 AM
On the ITF site, it lists Bogo as a 17 year old with no junior record.

I do think Bogo will get a game. The pressure of getting a double bagel will get to Alex at 6-0 5-0.

erickmartins
09-17-2012, 01:24 PM
This Bogo-kid keeps getting wildcards for challengers. I think no one understand why, not even in Brazil. Supposedly he's the leader on the 18-year rankings at the state of São Paulo, which amounts to pretty much nothing.

SKozak
09-17-2012, 06:23 PM
Bogomolov simply made smart decision to stay in Brazil after DC match Brazil vs Russia.
Compare with Andreev who prefered to return in Russia to play StPetersburg ATP250 :)

Picture: A - venue of DC match, B - venue of challenger

emotion
09-17-2012, 08:36 PM
Bogomolov is just electing to do Challengers, was within St Petersburg entry list. Probably due to where he is.
This score could be amusing (now watch it be 64 67 63 or something)

seljanin
09-17-2012, 08:52 PM
...well I actually made this thread because one doesn't often see a bigger disparity between tennis players in a professional match. Murray vs Bram in last year's Davis Cup may have been even more extreme.

Actually this doesn't happen that rarely, there is a similar match to this almost every week in the challenger tour. For example, just check Petange challenger (Luxembourg) last week. It had at least 2 similar matches.

Jan Hernych - Maciej Najfeld (Luxembourg player who didn't have any info at all, no birth date, no results, nothing), which ended 6:0, 6:0
Niels Desein - Gauthier Stauffer (French player, also not a lot of info available), ended 6:0, 6:2

As for this match, could be a double bagel, if Bogomolov will want that :) And good idea of opening thread due to the similarity of surnames ;) Murray - Bram could indeed be one of the most extreme disparities in the recent years.