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Old 08-06-2013, 10:36 PM   #1
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Default 2013 ITF World Junior Tennis Finals | Czech Republic | August 5 | Winner: Russia

Junior Davis Cup for 14&U

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Round Robins

Group A
Australia - Alexei Popyrin, Alex De Minaur, Kody Pearson
Czech Republic - Patrik Rikl, Jakub Patyk, Frantisek Pechala
Brazil - Gabriel Decamps, Lucas Cruz, Igor Gimenez
Italy - Andrea Trapani, Nicolas Merzetti, Guido Marson
Results: http://itfjuniors.tournamentsoftware...25DD2B7&draw=1

Group B
USA - Gianni Ross, Samuele Riffice, Patrick Kypson
Argentina - Camilo Ugo Carabelli, Juan Bautista Otegui, Tomas Etcheverry
Turkey - Ergi Kirkin, Kaya Gore, Can Kaya
India - Nitin Kumar Sinha, Alex Solanki, Vasisht Vinod Cheruku
Results: http://itfjuniors.tournamentsoftware...25DD2B7&draw=2

Group C
France - Corentin Moutet, Matteo Martineau, Max Broville
Great Britian - Max Stewart, Finn Bass, Dominic West
Chile - Matias Soto, Nicolas Acevedo, Felipe Escalona
Japan - Yunosuke Tanaka, Daisuke Sumizawa, Kazuma Aoki
Results: http://itfjuniors.tournamentsoftware...25DD2B7&draw=3

Group D
Canada - Denis Shapovalov, Benjamin Sigouin, Jack Mingjie Lin
Russia - Artem Dubrivnyy, Philipp Klimov, Dmitriy Voronin
Thailand - Vorachon Rakpuangchon, Charles Roberts, Sirawit Daosaengsawang
Tunisia - Youssef Dabbabi, Mohamed Ali Bellalouna, Mohamed Aziz El Oukaa
Results: http://itfjuniors.tournamentsoftware...25DD2B7&draw=4

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Semifinals:

France vs Russia
Australia vs USA


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France and Russia will play each other in the semifinals of the boys’ competition after both teams recovered from 1-0 down to win a deciding doubles rubber in their ties today.

France had a tough tie with Great Britain and it was the British team who struck the first blow when Finn Bass defeated Matteo Martineau 62 57 63 in two hours and 23 minutes.

Corentin Moutet then levelled the tie at 1-1 as he defeated Max Stewart 60 64. This meant that the doubles rubber would decide who progressed to the semifinals. Martineau and Moutet took on Dominic West and Stewart and took a close opening set 64. The second set went back and forth and eventually moved into a tiebreak. France raced into a 4-0 lead and the British pair were unable to recover the deficit, with the French taking it 7-4.

Russia went into their match with Canada in a similar situation to the French team, knowing whoever won would finish top of their group, and, just like France, they got off to a poor start when Philipp Klimov lost the opening rubber 60 63 to Benjamin Sigouin.

Artem Dubrivnyy started the Russian fightback with a 63 60 victory over Canadian Denis Shapovalov, meaning that the tie came down to the doubles rubber. Dubrivnyy and Klimov then teamed up to face Sigouin and Jack Mingjie Lin and they won a close opening set 64. After that, there was no stopping the Russian pair and they raced through the second set to close out a 64 60 victory.

The last team to book their place in the semifinals was the Australian boys’ team who defeated Brazil 2-1 to book their place in the next round. Australia’s Alex De Minaur took on Brazilian Igor Gimenez in the opening rubber with both players having enjoyed good wins in the tournament so far. The first set went to a tiebreak with De Minaur edging it 7-2 to take the opening set. He then won the second set 64 and gave his nation the lead.

Alexei Popyrin then took on Gabriel Decamps knowing a win would seal their place in the semifinals. It was Decamps who started the stronger of the two, however, and he took the opening set 75. Popyrin raised his game at the start of the second set, racing into an early lead. He was hampered by an injury mid-way through the set, but managed to close it out 63 and force a deciding third set. The injury took its toll in the final set, however and Decamps took full advantage, taking it 62 to send the tie into a deciding doubles rubber.

With Popyrin out of action for the doubles, the responsibility of seeing the team through fell on the shoulders of De Minaur and Kody Pearson. They faced Decamps and Lucas Cruz and were seemingly well in control when they took the first set 61.The Brazilians were not going to give in easily, and they fought back to take the second set 64. This forced the tie into a one-set shootout and it was the Australians who responded best to the challenge, taking the set 61 and booking their place in the semifinals.

When asked about the psychological edge that comes with progressing having won all three ties in the group, De Minaur said “It’s a great confidence booster. If we’d got there losing a match and just going through on sets, that wouldn’t mean anything.”

Their opponents in the semifinal will be USA after they came through a difficult tie with Argentina. Juan Bautista Otegui won the opening rubber for Argentina, defeating Samuele Riffice 61 76(4). USA No. 1, Gianni Ross, then went in to his match with Camilo Ugo Carabelli knowing nothing but a win would do.

The first set was close and went to a tiebreak which Ross won 7-5. Carabelli came out for the second set with a look of determination and he overpowered his opponent, taking the second set 60 to force the rubber to a deciding set. Ross received a pep talk from his captain during the break and it helped as he came back out to win the third set in impressive fashion 61 to force the tie into a deciding doubles rubber.

Ross and Riffice were the chosen pair for the doubles and they faced Carabelli and Otegui. They started well, taking the first set 64, before sealing the tie and their place in the semifinals by taking the second set 63.
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Default Re: 2013 ITF World Junior Tennis Finals | Czech Republic | August 5 - 10

Semifinals

USA d. Australia 2-0
Patrick KPYSON d. Alex DE MINAUR 6-2 2-6 6-3
Gianni ROSS d. Alexei POPYRIN 6-3 6-0

Russia d. France 2-0
Philipp KLIMOV d. Max BROVILLE France 0-6 6-2 7-6(1)
Artem DUBRIVNYY d. Corentin MOUTET 6-1 2-6 7-6(7)

Final

USA vs Russia

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PROSTEJOV, CZECH REPUBLIC: Both the boys’ and girls’ finals of the ITF World Junior Tennis Finals in Prostejov will be contested between USA and Russia after all four teams won their semifinals.

USA’s boys were the first team to reach the final as they defeated Australia 2-0. The opening rubber of the tie saw Patrick Kypson of the USA take on Australian Alex De Minaur. Kypson won the opening set 62 but De Minaur fought back, taking the second set by the same scoreline. A tense final set was eventually won 63 by Kypson to put USA 1-0 up. Speaking after his match, Kypson said “I’m feeling good, I played a good match and fought hard, so, feeling pretty good.”

The second rubber saw Gianni Ross take on Alexei Popyrin, who had recovered from an injury suffered the day before. The first set was close, with Ross taking it 63, but then Popyrin’s injury began to tell and Ross took full advantage, taking the second set 60 and booking USA’s place in the final.

Due to the heat and the match already having been decided, the decision was made to not play the doubles rubber so as to protect the players from the 38 degree temperatures on court.

Russia made it to the final courtesy of a 2-0 victory over France on centre court. Things did not start well for the Russians, however, as Max Broville won the opening set of the tie for France 60 against Russian Philipp Klimov. Some big serving from Klimov saw him fight his way back into the match and he took the second set 62.

The final set went back and forth and ended up being decided in a tiebreak. It was Klimov who performed better, winning it 7-1 and giving Russia one foot in the final.

Russia got off to a better start in the second rubber when Artem Dubrivnyy won the opening set of his match against Corentin Moutet 61. Moutet found his range in the second set and won it 62 before racing to a 5-2 lead in the third set.

Moutet held match point but missed a crucial volley and, in an instant, Dubrivnyy was back in the match. The Russian won the next four games to go 6-5 up in the set before Moutet held to force a tiebreak.

Dubrivnyy quickly found himself 5-2 up in the tiebreak but Moutet produced some sublime tennis to force his way back to 4-5. The Russian then had two match points at 6-4 which were both saved by the French No. 1 who then moved 7-6 ahead to earn his second match point of the rubber. He missed a difficult cross-court forehand and Dubrivnyy went 8-7 up and converted his third match point to send Russia into the final.
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Default Re: 2013 ITF World Junior Tennis Finals | Czech Republic | August 5 - 10

Russia d. USA 2-1
Philipp KLIMOV lt. Patrick KYPSON 6-7(4) 5-7
Artem DUBRIVNYY d. Gianni ROSS 4-6 6-3 6-2
Philipp KLIMOV/Artem DUBRIVNYY d. Gianni ROSS/Sam RAFFICE 7-5 7-6(6)

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Default Re: 2013 ITF World Junior Tennis Finals | Czech Republic | August 5 | Winner: Russia

Final Standings
1. Russia
2. USA
3. France
4. Australia
5. Canada
6. Argentina
7. Great Britain
8. Turkey
9. Chile
10. Brazil
11. Thailand
12. Japan
13. India
14. Italy
15. Tunisia
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PROSTEJOV, CZECH REPUBLIC: Russia and USA made history in the final of the ITF World Junior Tennis Finals in Prostejov, Czech Republic. Russia won the competition for the very first time and USA became the first nation to win the girls' title six times.

The first rubber in the boys' final saw Patrick Kypson take on Philipp Klimov in a very close match. The first set went to a tiebreak and it was Kypson who won it 7-4 to get USA off to a great start. The second set was just as close, with Kypson getting a crucial break of serve late in the set to win it 75 and claim the first point in the tie. After the match, Kypson said “I’m feeling good. It was a good match for me to win”.

The second rubber saw two of the top players in this year’s tournament go head-to-head as Gianni Ross of the USA took on Artem Dubrivnyy. Ross claimed the opening set 64 but Dubrivnyy fought back to take the second set 63 to force a deciding set. Dubrivnyy came out the stronger of the two players in the final set and won it 62 to level the tie.

The deciding doubles rubber saw Dubrivnyy and Klimov against Ross and Sam Riffice and was equally close with the two teams trading early breaks. Then, with the score at 5-5 in the first set, the Russian pair broke before serving the set out to win it 75. The second set did not see a single break of serve and was decided by a tiebreak. The Americans served for the set at 6-5 but could not convert and the Russian pair capitalised, taking the next three points to claim the match and, with it, their very first boys’ title in this competition.
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