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Week 20: New Delhi I Challenger [New Delhi]




Location: New Delhi I, India
Type:
$50K

Surface:
Outdoor Hard

Date:
May 12 - 18
2007 Champion: New event.


Tournament website: -

Ranking Points*:

Code:
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W - 55
  [/FONT][FONT=Book Antiqua]F - 38
  [/FONT][FONT=Book Antiqua]SF - 24
  [/FONT][FONT=Book Antiqua]QF - 13
  [/FONT][FONT=Book Antiqua]R16 - 5
  [/FONT][FONT=Book Antiqua]R32 - 0
  [/FONT][FONT=Book Antiqua]Q - 2
  [I]Qualifiers who lose in the first round receive no additional first round points.[/I]

* According to http://stevegtennis.com/entrypoints.txt

Entry List:

Lu, Yen-Hsun TPE 100
Muller, Gilles LUX 126
Soeda, Go JPN 130
Pless, Kristian DEN 135
Jones, Alun AUS 136
Qureshi, Aisam-Ul-Haq PAK 151
Evans, Brendan USA 198
Kudryavtsev, Alexandre RUS 205
Mello, Ricardo BRA 213
Ebelthite, Colin AUS 233
Amritraj, Prakash IND 249
Bogdanovic, Alex GBR 258
Ram, Rajeev USA 261
Lindahl, Nick AUS 267
Klec, Ivo SVK 268
Goodall, Joshua GBR 269
Feeney, Adam AUS 273
Oger, Thomas FRA 276
An, Jae Sung KOR 289
Coelho, Andrew AUS 298
Satschko, Alex GER 301
Suzuki, Takao JPN 303
Bopanna, Rohan IND 307
Groth, Samuel AUS 336


Alternates:


1. Junaid, Rameez AUS 338
2. Alcaide, Guillermo ESP 341
3. Motomura, Gouichi JPN 347
4. Iwabuchi, Satoshi JPN 365
5. Rettenmaier, Travis USA 371
6. Bastl, George SUI 379
7. Flock, Alexander GER 383
8. Borvanov, Roman USA 387
9. Marchenko, Ilia UKR 390
10. Chadaj, Adam POL 395
11. Lustig, Daniel CZE 401
12. Valtzer, Dekel ISR 402
13. Ghareeb, Mohammed KUW 413
14. Ito, Tatsuma JPN 415
15. Madjarovski, Darko SRB 421
 

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Re: Week 20: New Delhi I, India

FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND:

Ilia Marchenko UKR [1] has a bye
Prateek Bhambri IND [WC] beat
Shrikant Rathi IND [WC] | 6-2 6-2
Kamala Kannan IND beat Tushar Liberhan IND | 5-7 7-6 (7) 7-5
Ravjeet Singh IND vs. Ashutosh Singh IND [8] | Walkover (A. Singh with a MD WC)

Gouichi Motomura JPN [2] has a bye
Rohan Gide IND beat
Hernant Garg IND | 6-0 6-2
Vinod Sridhar IND beat Prashant Sawant IND | 6-2 6-0
Peng Sun CHN [6] has a bye

Travis Rettenmaier USA [3] has a bye
Yannick Nelord IND vs. Rubal Shandilya IND | 6-3 6-3
Vedant Kapoor IND [WC] vs. Ankit Sachdeva IND | 7-5 6-1
Olivier Charroin FRA [7] beat
Vishnu Vardhan IND | 4-6 6-3 7-6 (5)

Adam Chadaj POL [4] has a bye
Rahil Makharia IND [WC] vs. Gurmehar Singh IND [WC] | 6-2 6-4
Mustafa Ghouse IND vs.
Vidhan Vyas IND [WC] | 6-3 6-1
Sunil Kumar Sipaeya IND [5] has a bye

SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND:

Ilia Marchenko UKR [1] beat Prateek Bhambri IND [WC} | 6-3 6-3
Kamala Kannan IND beat Ravjeet Singh IND | 6-0 6-0
Rohan Gide IND beat Gouichi Motomura JPN [2] | Walkover (Motomura moved to MD)
Peng Sun CHN [6] beat Vinod Sridhar IND | 6-1 6-1

Travis Rettenmaier USA [3]
beat Yannick Nelord IND | 6-4 6-2
Olivier Charroin FRA [7]
beat Vedant Kapoor IND [WC] | 6-2 6-0
Rahil Makharia IND [WC] beat Adam Chadaj POL [4] | Walkover (Ankle injury)
Mustafa Ghouse IND beat Sunil Kumar Sipaeya IND [5] | 7-6 (6) 6-4

FINAL QUALIFYING ROUND:

Ilia Marchenko UKR [1] vs. Kamala Kannan IND | 6-1 6-4
Peng Sun CHN [6] vs.
Rohan Gide IND | 6-3 6-0
Travis Rettenmaier USA [3] vs. Olivier Charroin FRA [7] | 6-4 6-2
Mustafa Ghouse IND vs.
Rahil Makharia IND [WC] | 6-1 6-1
 

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Re: Week 20: New Delhi I, India

FIRST ROUND:

Yen-Hsun Lu TPE [1]
vs. Mustafa Ghouse IND [Q] | 7-6 (4) 2-6 6-0
Thomas Oger FRA vs.
Harsh Mankad IND [WC] | 7-6 (5) 6-4
Colin Ebelthite AUS vs. Jae-Sung An KOR | 6-3 2-0 Ret.
Ashutosh Singh IND [WC] vs. Alexandre Kudryavtsev RUS [8] | 6-3 6-7 (6) 7-6 (6)

Go Soeda JPN [4]
vs. Olivier Charroin FRA [LL] | 6-1 6-2
Guillermo Alcaide ESP vs.
Gouichi Motomura JPN | 6-3 6-4
Mohammed Al Ghareeb KUW [WC] beat Andrew Coelho AUS | 7-6 (4) 7-6 (5)
Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi PAK [6] vs. Rajeev Ram USA | 6-3 7-6 (1)
Nick Lindahl AUS beat Alun Jones AUS [5] | 7-6 (5) 7-5
Alex Bogdanovic GBR vs. Peng Sun CHN [Q] | 7-6 (1) 6-4
Ilia Marchenko UKR [Q] beat
Ricardo Mello BRA | 3-6 6-4 6-0
Kristian Pless DEN [3] beat Alex Satschko GER | 6-4 5-7 6-2

Brendan Evans USA [7]
vs. Prakash Amritraj IND | 6-3 6-3
Adam Feeney AUS beat
Yuki Bhambri IND [WC] | 4-6 6-3 6-2
Samuel Groth AUS vs. Rohan Gide IND [LL] | 6-2 6-1
Travis Rettenmaier USA [Q] beat Gilles Muller LUX [2] | 6-7 (3) 6-3 6-3

SECOND ROUND:

Yen-Hsun Lu TPE [1]
vs. Thomas Oger FRA | 6-3 7-5
Colin Ebelthite AUS vs. Ashutosh Singh IND [WC] | 6-4 6-4
Go Soeda JPN [4] vs. Guillermo Alcaide ESP | 6-4 6-4
Mohammed Al Ghareeb KUW [WC] vs. Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi PAK [6] | 6-4 7-6 (5)

Alex Bogdanovic GBR vs.
Nick Lindahl AUS | 7-6 (4) 3-6 6-2
Kristian Pless DEN [3] vs. Ilia Marchenko UKR [Q] | 6-3 6-7 (5) 7-6 (5)
Brendan Evans USA [7] vs. Adam Feeney AUS | 6-4 6-4
Samuel Groth AUS vs. Travis Rettenmaier USA [Q] | 6-7 (2) 6-4 6-3

QUARTER FINALS:

Yen-Hsun Lu TPE [1]
vs. Colin Ebelthite AUS | 6-1 6-4
Go Soeda JPN [4] vs. Mohammed Al Ghareeb KUW [WC] | 7-5 7-5
Kristian Pless DEN [3] vs.
Alex Bogdanovic GBR | 2-6 7-5 7-5
Brendan Evans USA [7] vs. Samuel Groth AUS | 7-6 (5) 6-4

SEMI FINALS:

Yen-Hsun Lu TPE [1]
vs. Go Soeda JPN [4] | 6-3 6-1
Brendan Evans USA [7] vs.
Kristian Pless DEN [3] | 1-0 Ret.

FINAL:

Yen-Hsun Lu TPE [1]
vs. Brendan Evans USA [7]
 

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Re: Week 20: New Delhi I, India

DOUBLES | FIRST ROUND:

P. Amritraj & Ram [IND/USA] beat
Bopanna & Qureshi [IND/PAK, 1] | 6-2 6-3
Mankad & A. Singh [IND] beat Kudryavtsev & Motomura [RUS/JPN] | 7-6 (2) 6-4
Ebelthite & Groth [AUS] beat Charroin & Oger [FRA, 4] | 7-6 (5) 7-6 (2)
Mello & Muller [BRA/LUX] vs. Rettenmaier & Sipaeya [USA/IND, WC] | 6-0 7-6 (4)

Gajjar & Raja [IND, WC] beat
Liberhan & N. Singh [IND, WC] | 3-6 6-1 10-5
Evans & Ghouse [USA/IND, 3] beat Soeda & Suzuki [JPN] | 6-7 (5) 6-2 Ret.
Alcaide & Satschko [ESP/GER] beat Jones & Pless [AUS/DEN] | 6-4 6-2
Al Ghareeb & Marchenko [KUW/UKR] vs. Coelho & Feeney [AUS, 2] | 7-6 (3) 7-6 (9)

DOUBLES | QUARTER FINALS:

P. Amritraj & Ram [IND/USA] vs. Mankad & A. Singh [IND] | 6-2 7-6 (3)
Ebelthite & Groth [AUS] vs. Mello & Muller [BRA/LUX] | 7-5 6-3
Gajjar & Raja [IND, WC] vs. Evans & Ghouse [USA/IND, 3] | 6-4 6-3
Al Ghareeb & Marchenko [KUW/UKR] vs.
Alcaide & Satschko [ESP/GER] | 6-1 7-6 (3)

DOUBLES | SEMI FINALS:

Ebelthite & Groth [AUS] vs.
P. Amritraj & Ram [IND/USA] | 6-4 6-4
Al Ghareeb & Marchenko [KUW/UKR] vs. Gajjar & Raja [IND, WC] | 3-6 7-6 (6) 10-7

DOUBLES | FINAL:

Ebelthite & Groth [AUS] vs.
Al Ghareeb & Marchenko [KUW/UKR] | 2-6 7-6 (5) 10-8
 

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Aqeel Khan to play in New Delhi




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KARACHI, April 19: Pakistan’s ace tennis player Aqeel Khan will fly to New Delhi in the second week of next month to compete in back-to-back ATP Challenge tournaments there.

The first event will be played from May 12 to 19 which will be immediately followed by the next.

Aqeel said he plans to leave for the Indian capital around May 10.

According to him, celebrity Aisam-Ul-Haq who recently helped Pakistan win the Asia Oceania zone Group III

Davis Cup at Tehran is also due to feature in the Delhi contests.
 

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Aqeel Khan to play in New Delhi




By Our Sports Correspondent

KARACHI, April 19: Pakistan’s ace tennis player Aqeel Khan will fly to New Delhi in the second week of next month to compete in back-to-back ATP Challenge tournaments there.

The first event will be played from May 12 to 19 which will be immediately followed by the next.

Aqeel said he plans to leave for the Indian capital around May 10.

According to him, celebrity Aisam-Ul-Haq who recently helped Pakistan win the Asia Oceania zone Group III

Davis Cup at Tehran is also due to feature in the Delhi contests.
I heard that Aisam Qureshi had some problems with Pakistan tennis federation recently and as you may know in the past 2-3 years he didnt play for Pakistan in Davis Cup and that was the main reason Pakistan relegated to Group III in Asia Oceanic zone.But he needed warrant from Pakistan tennis federation to participate in Olympics and they told him that he must play for Pakistan in Davis Cup then they would give him warrant for olympics and last week he played in Tehran and Pakistan easily won all matches.
 

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I heard that Aisam Qureshi had some problems with Pakistan tennis federation recently and as you may know in the past 2-3 years he didnt play for Pakistan in Davis Cup and that was the main reason Pakistan relegated to Group III in Asia Oceanic zone.But he needed warrant from Pakistan tennis federation to participate in Olympics and they told him that he must play for Pakistan in Davis Cup then they would give him warrant for olympics and last week he played in Tehran and Pakistan easily won all matches.
Yh he said he wanted focus more on his Singles Game but not saying he would never play for Pakistan!!

I Didnt know about the Olympics thing he had to play against Iran so they would let him go to the Olympics

Qureshi is a great player, watch out for him at Wimbledon!!

Hope he goes to Queens aswell!!
 

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New Delhi, India
Date: 5/12/2008 Original Cut Off: 336 Ranking Date: 4/21/2008

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Main Draw

Amritraj, Prakash IND 249
Kudryavtsev, Alexandre RUS 205
An, Jae Sung KOR 289
Lindahl, Nick AUS 267
Bogdanovic, Alex GBR 258
Lu, Yen-Hsun TPE 100
Bopanna, Rohan IND 307
Mello, Ricardo BRA 213
Coelho, Andrew AUS 298
Muller, Gilles LUX 126
Ebelthite, Colin AUS 233
Oger, Thomas FRA 276
Evans, Brendan USA 198
Pless, Kristian DEN 135
Feeney, Adam AUS 273
Qureshi, Aisam-Ul-Haq PAK 151
Goodall, Joshua GBR 269
Ram, Rajeev USA 261
Groth, Samuel AUS 336
Satschko, Alex GER 301
Jones, Alun AUS 136
Soeda, Go JPN 130
Klec, Ivo SVK 268
Suzuki, Takao JPN 303

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Alternates
1. Junaid, Rameez AUS 338
2. Alcaide, Guillermo ESP 341
3. Motomura, Gouichi JPN 347
4. Iwabuchi, Satoshi JPN 365
5. Rettenmaier, Travis USA 371
6. Bastl, George SUI 379
7. Flock, Alexander GER 383
8. Borvanov, Roman USA 387
9. Marchenko, Ilia UKR 390
10. Chadaj, Adam POL 395
11. Lustig, Daniel CZE 401
12. Valtzer, Dekel ISR 402
13. Ghareeb, Mohammed KUW 413
14. Ito, Tatsuma JPN 415
15. Madjarovski, Darko SRB 421
 

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Come On AISAM UL HAQ QURESHI
 

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Vamos Mello yellow :D
 

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Re: Week 20: New Delhi I, India [Entry List]

Good choice for Qureshi to come here and probably not go to RG. Would be unwise anyway to go clay the week after.
 

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Good choice for Qureshi to come here and probably not go to RG. Would be unwise anyway to go clay the week after.
So Is A.U.H.Qureshi defiantly not going to Roland Garros?
 

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Good list!
 

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So Is A.U.H.Qureshi defiantly not going to Roland Garros?
We will see next week with the entry list for New Delhi II.
 

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by the way, gilles muller announced that he wont play RG and wont play at all clay tournaments this season....sucks that finland chosed to play on clay at davis cup in july in finland...nieminen will still lose to muller on clay without muller playing this season on clay....lol ( nooooooooooot )
 

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It's a wise move from Gilles, in my opinion. He can play on hard and then grass. I saw him last year at Wimbledon qualies and he played pretty well, not worse than I had seen him play before when his ranking was higher.
 

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Yh he said he wanted focus more on his Singles Game but not saying he would never play for Pakistan!!

I Didnt know about the Olympics thing he had to play against Iran so they would let him go to the Olympics

Qureshi is a great player, watch out for him at Wimbledon!!

Hope he goes to Queens aswell!!
Last year he played Halle.
Vamos Mello yellow :D
yes, vamos Ricardo!
by the way, gilles muller announced that he wont play RG and wont play at all clay tournaments this season....sucks that finland chosed to play on clay at davis cup in july in finland...nieminen will still lose to muller on clay without muller playing this season on clay....lol ( nooooooooooot )
:confused: I just read on Mello's website he will go to Luxemburg practicing with Müller before flying further to India. :confused:
 
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