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Old 12-09-2012, 07:31 PM   #46
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on an unrelated note, townsend has been pretty disappointing in singles after that AO win

i noticed djere skipped the slams, except roland garros, where he lost to peliwo in 3... other events he was really good at, i guess he's worth following
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    Laslo DJERE (SRB) [10]    [9]      6-4 6-4          Elias YMER (SWE) [12]
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1st Round

    Filippo BALDI (ITA) /  Gianluigi QUINZI (ITA) [1]              6-2 6-3              Jared DONALDSON (USA) /  Daniel KERZNERMAN (USA)
    Siyu LIU (CHN) /  Weiqiang ZHENG (CHN)                         4-6 7-5 [11-9]       Kamil MAJCHRZAK (POL) /  Jan ZIELINSKI (POL)
    Laslo DJERE (SRB) /  Jonny O'MARA (GBR)                        6-2 3-6 [10-8]       Terrell CELESTINE (USA) /  Michael MMOH (USA)
    Anton DESYATNIK (RUS) /  Aleksandr Ivanovich SPIRIN (RUS) [8]  6-2 2-6 [10-5]       Alexander DAY (CAN) /  Gustav HANSSON (SWE)
    Evan HOYT (GBR) /  Frederico Ferreira SILVA (POR) [4]          6-4 6-2              Thien NGUYEN HOANG (VIE) /  Ken ONISHI (JPN)
    Christian GARIN (CHI) /  Nicolas JARRY (CHI)                   1-6 6-3 [10-4]       Alan NUNEZ AGUILERA (MEX) /  Rogelio SILLER (MEX)
    Skander MANSOURI (TUN) /  Mazen OSAMA (EGY)                    6-2 6-7(10) [13-11]  Naoki NAKAGAWA (JPN) /  Yoshihito NISHIOKA (JPN)
    Seong Chan HONG (KOR) /  Young Seok KIM (KOR) [6]              6-4 6-1              Justin BUTSCH (USA) /  Drew HALBAUER (USA)
    Hugo DI FEO (CAN) /  Brayden SCHNUR (CAN) [5]                  5-7 7-6(8) [10-6]    Gage BRYMER (USA) /  Henry CRAIG (USA)
    Lukas MUGEVICIUS (LTU) /  Alexander VASILENKO (RUS)            1-6 6-3 [10-7]       Pedro CACHIN (ARG) /  Luca CORINTELI (USA)
    Deiton BAUGHMAN (USA) /  Ronnie SCHNEIDER (USA)                6-3 2-6 [10-8]       Runhao HUA (CHN) /  Fajing SUN (CHN)
    Luke BAMBRIDGE (GBR) /  Mackenzie MCDONALD (USA) [3]           6-4 6-2              Rishab AGARWAL (IND) /  Chi-Shan JAO (TPE)
    Lucas MIEDLER (AUT) /  Dominic WEIDINGER (AUT)                 6-2 6-4              Lucas GOMEZ (MEX) /  Thai-Son KWIATKOWSKI (USA) [7]
    JC ARAGONE (USA) /  Martin REDLICKI (USA)                      6-2 5-7 [10-5]       Ryotaro MATSUMURA (JPN) /  Simeon ROSSIER (SUI)
    Diego PEDRAZA (COL) /  Franz SYDOW (NED)                       6-2 6-4              Vadym KALYUZHNYY (UKR) /  Viktor KOSTIN (GER)
    Borna CORIC (CRO) /  Elias YMER (SWE) [2]                      6-3 6-7(3) [10-7]    Dukyoung KIM (KOR) /  Cheng-Yu YU (TPE)

2nd Round

    Filippo BALDI (ITA) /  Gianluigi QUINZI (ITA) [1]             6-3 6-2            Siyu LIU (CHN) /  Weiqiang ZHENG (CHN)
    Anton DESYATNIK (RUS) /  Aleksandr Ivanovich SPIRIN (RUS) [8] 7-5 7-5            Laslo DJERE (SRB) /  Jonny O'MARA (GBR)
    Christian GARIN (CHI) /  Nicolas JARRY (CHI)                  6-4 6-3            Evan HOYT (GBR) /  Frederico Ferreira SILVA (POR) [4]
    Skander MANSOURI (TUN) /  Mazen OSAMA (EGY)                   6-3 6-0            Seong Chan HONG (KOR) /  Young Seok KIM (KOR) [6]
    Lukas MUGEVICIUS (LTU) /  Alexander VASILENKO (RUS)           6-4 6-0            Hugo DI FEO (CAN) /  Brayden SCHNUR (CAN) [5]
    Deiton BAUGHMAN (USA) /  Ronnie SCHNEIDER (USA)               6-3 6-7(3) [10-7]  Luke BAMBRIDGE (GBR) /  Mackenzie MCDONALD (USA) [3]
    Lucas MIEDLER (AUT) /  Dominic WEIDINGER (AUT)                6-4 6-2            JC ARAGONE (USA) /  Martin REDLICKI (USA)
    Borna CORIC (CRO) /  Elias YMER (SWE) [2]                     6-4 6-4            Diego PEDRAZA (COL) /  Franz SYDOW (NED)

Quarterfinal

    Filippo BALDI (ITA) /  Gianluigi QUINZI (ITA) [1]     6-3 2-6 [10-5]     Anton DESYATNIK (RUS) /  Aleksandr Ivanovich SPIRIN (RUS) [8]
    Christian GARIN (CHI) /  Nicolas JARRY (CHI)          6-4 6-4            Skander MANSOURI (TUN) /  Mazen OSAMA (EGY)
    Lukas MUGEVICIUS (LTU) /  Alexander VASILENKO (RUS)   3-6 6-2 [10-6]     Deiton BAUGHMAN (USA) /  Ronnie SCHNEIDER (USA)
    Borna CORIC (CRO) /  Elias YMER (SWE) [2]             6-4 6-3            Lucas MIEDLER (AUT) /  Dominic WEIDINGER (AUT)

Semifinal

    Christian GARIN (CHI) /  Nicolas JARRY (CHI)           Walkover    Filippo BALDI (ITA) /  Gianluigi QUINZI (ITA) [1]
    Lukas MUGEVICIUS (LTU) /  Alexander VASILENKO (RUS)    6-4 6-3     Borna CORIC (CRO) /  Elias YMER (SWE) [2]

Final

    Christian GARIN (CHI) /  Nicolas JARRY (CHI)   6-2 7-6(3)     Lukas MUGEVICIUS (LTU) /  Alexander VASILENKO (RUS)
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Default Re: Orange Bowl International | USA | GA | 03 Dec | Winner: Laslo DJERE (SRB)

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Unlike Konjuh, Djere had something to prove to himself in the final. At the Eddie Herr, he was unable to close out Christian Garin of Chile in the final, despite a 6-0, 4-1 lead, so he was determined to seize his chances against Ymer.

"It would be a bad feeling to lose two finals," said the 17-year-old right-hander. "I give my best to win this final."

Djere, who had beaten Ymer in the Eddie Herr semifinals, took advantage of Ymer's inexperience serving a 4-5 in both sets.

In the first set, with Ymer serving at 4-5, 30-30, Djere hit a forehand on the line to give himself set point. He controlled that point, standing much nearer the baseline than Ymer, and when he got a weak reply on one of his ground strokes, he approached the net and put away the forehand volley.

The second set saw neither server surrendering so much as a single break point until Ymer again was forced to serve down 4-5. Two unforced errors and a return winner quickly put Djere at match point. He didn't convert the first, but drew another error from Ymer on the second to claim the Orange Bowl championship.

"I was just so focused at that moment," said Djere, who will leave Monday to return to Serbia for the holidays.

"I knew that I have to win in two sets, because the third set would be really tough. It's so hard to breathe, it was the hottest day, and I was not really prepared for this conditions, but it was the same for him. I did it better today."

Ymer detected some fatigue in Djere by late in the second set, and even earlier both boys were conceding drop shots and not running down overheads or volleys.

"In the second set, 4-all, we were both I think very tired," said the 16-year-old Ymer, who was given a warning for racquet abuse in that game. "Maybe that's why I showed some emotion."

Ymer's forehand is smooth and powerful, and his two-handed backhand is solid, but he felt those shots were trumped by Djere. "His backhand is for sure better," said Ymer, who thought Djere played smarter than he did when it mattered. "It's been two pretty good weeks--semis at Eddie Herr and finals at Orange Bowl. I hope I can next year come again."

Djere is unlikely to return, although he is planning on playing the junior slams as well as Futures and Challengers qualifying in 2013. Like Konjuh, rest at home is on his to-do list, although he said the adrenaline immediately following the match kept him from feeling any fatigue.

"I'm very happy and excited," said Djere. "Right now I don't feel that I'm tired, but after a few hours, I will be tired."

Djere's longtime coach, Miklos Palagi, said he knew Djere would come through this time in the final, because he had learned from his experience at the Eddie Herr.

"When you are a set and 4-1 up, you just play," said Palagi. "You relax and just play, don't think about the score, the title. Just play, just play, just play. When I saw his footwork today, I knew he would make it."
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