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Daniel has been granted a qualifying wc into Indian Wells. GL.


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Daniel Kosakowski is a professional tennis player who was born in Huntington Park, CA. He played tennis for the University of California, Los Angeles and was named Pacific-10 Conference 2011 Freshman player of the year. He resides in Downey, CA. Wikipedia
Born: February 21, 1992, Huntington Park
Education: University of California, Los Angeles
 

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USA F7 Futures

Daniel KOSAKOWSKI (USA) [5] 7-5 7-5 Nick LINDAHL (AUS)
Daniel KOSAKOWSKI (USA) [5] 6-0 7-5 Sekou BANGOURA (USA)

In the quarterfinal against Baker.
 

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DK was on a long losing streak that lasted the entire fall 2011 and into early this year. Then he went to Switzerland with the Davis Cup team as a practice partner. That seems to have gotten him back in form. Good luck against Sandgren.
 

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Daniel KOSAKOWSKI (USA) [6] 6-2 6-2 Alexander SARKISSIAN (USA)
Takanyi GARANGANGA (ZIM) 6-4 7-5 Daniel KOSAKOWSKI (USA) [6]

Well at least he won a match :shrug:
 

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He defeated Wolmarans 6-1 6-3, but lost to Martin Emmrich 4-6 2-6 in the final round of qualifying. Fortunately for him, he received one of two LL positions in the MD and will play Stefan Seifert in the first round on Monday. All things considering, it's a good draw for him. Let's see if he'll be able to take advantage.
 

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It looks like DK will try to qualify at the Sarasota and Savannah challengers next, instead of playing the OKC and Little Rock futures. After that there are no US challengers in May/June, so perhaps he'll play the FL and CA future events. Good luck, DK.
 

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He won 36 64 30 Ret'd, plays Sugita next.

To be honest, I don't expect him to qualify (his results on clay are atrocious, he lost to a junior not too long ago in a future event).
 

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He won 36 64 30 Ret'd, plays Sugita next.

To be honest, I don't expect him to qualify (his results on clay are atrocious, he lost to a junior not too long ago in a future event).
I agree. His results and inexperience on clay, plus having to beat three opponents that way outranked him, make qualifying a long-shot. At least, now it's one match down and two to go.
 
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