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Vasek playing hardcourt challenger in Leon, Mexico this week.
Hopefully he can continue the positive results of late
I'm not sure that last tweet is in very good taste.@VasekPospisil: Great to see @J_A_Baker 's nipples through his white shirt tonight at the official tournament dinner. Choose a better one next time bud
@VasekPospisil: First round win here in Busan. Now off to the food court that I finally found after three days, damn I'm good... and sexy.
@VasekPospisil: Dubs at 10am tmrw, is that some kind of a sick joke? Hmmm, haven't been up in time for McDonalds breakfast since '08... thinkin about it
@VasekPospisil: You know something's up when the Korean lady says "chicken" to every type of meat you point at. I hope I didn't just have Lassie for dinner.
I knew he would rock Twitter as well.
I cant imagine logistically and financially it would make sense to go from Korea to Uzbekistan when there are other futures in Korea already.anyone know why Vasek never signed up for the Fergana challenger? It's really weak, he would have been the 4 seed, chances are he would have gotten more points there than a future?
I hope so too - I'm finishing up some work now and will leave soon, but I'll miss some action unless Mladenovic gets her act togetherOK and thank you for alerting us.
As for the Asian tour, let's see if he manages to copy the results too, it will require tremendous efforts though. :smoke:
If it's not too complicated, could you tell me why he can't keep Fred as his coach next year?
ibreak4coffee, hope you catch Vashy's action a bit.
Definitely. Vasek was solid. There were many service games where he simply couldn't do anything with Guccione's serve. And up until 5-5 in the 2nd he was cruising on serve with little threat. To that point, the only way it seemed he could lose was 6-7 7-6 7-6, but overall I never felt Vasek was going to lose the match in the second set (and usually I'm very pessimistic). The vast majority of rallies went his way, and Guccione wasn't doing anything really with even his second serve. As the match went on Vasek was reading the serve better and getting a lot more balls in play, at which point he was the closer of the two players to threatening to break.
Oops meant to say first US Open qualies...this wasnt his first time playing grand slam qualies, he played wimbledon too remember?