Originally Posted by hellas719
Angelinos qualified for Netherlands F2 and faces (LL)Banes in R1
Karaliolios is there, directly in MD and will face (Q)Koolhof in R1
They will both play doubles, just not together
Andrew Thomas lost in R1 in Spain F21
But he still has doubles there
Kryvonos is seeded 5th in Norway F1 and takes on unseeded Urzua-Rivera from Chile in R1
He won't play doubles there
Angelinos won R1 singles and plays Ignatik in R2
Karaliolios didn't play R1 yet.
Angelinos lost doubles R1 10-8 in super TB
. Karaliolios didn't play that yet either.
Thomas or his partner withdrew from doubles in Spain
Nikita Kryvonos retired in his R1 singles match