TALLAHASSEE TENNIS CHALLENGER – Final Update (04/07/12)
Written by: Staff
on 7th April 2012
TALLAHASSEE TENNIS CHALLENGER – TALLAHASSEE, FL, USA
MARCH 31 – APRIL 08, 2012
RESULTS – APRIL 07, 2012
Singles – Finals
T Smyczek (USA) d  F Dancevic (CAN) 75 00 Retired
Doubles – Finals
 M Emmrich (GER) / A Siljestrom (SWE) d [Q] A Sitak (NZL) / B Strode (USA) 62 76(4)
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