TAYLOR FRITZ SAVES 3 MATCH POINTS IN MEMPHIS OPEN TENNIS – RESULTS & ORDER OF PLAY

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TAYLOR FRITZ SAVES 3 MATCH POINTS IN MEMPHIS OPEN TENNIS - RESULTS & ORDER OF PLAY

epa05793938 Taylor Fritz of the USA hits a shot to Yen-Hsun Lu of Taiwan during their Memphis Open tennis championship first round match at the Racquet Club in Memphis, Tennessee, USA, 14 February 2017. EPA/TANNEN MAURY  |
Taylor Fritz of the USA hits a shot to Yen-Hsun Lu of Taiwan during their Memphis Open tennis championship first round match at the Racquet Club in Memphis, Tennessee, USA, 14 February 2017. EPA/TANNEN MAURY

 

 

Memphis Open

Memphis, USA

 

RESULTS – TUESDAY, 14 FEBRUARY 2017

Singles – First Round

[Q] D. King (BAR) d [5] B. Tomic (AUS) 64 64

[7] S. Darcis (BEL) d R. Albot (MDA) 75 36 64

T. Fritz (USA) d [8] Y. Lu (TPE) 46 76(4) 76(7) – saved 3 M.P.

[Q] M. Ebden (AUS) d [Q] P. Polansky (CAN) 67(4) 63 61

[Q] T. Smyczek (USA) d [WC] F. Tiafoe (USA) 63 57 63

R. Harrison (USA) d K. Kravchuk (RUS) 63 75

 

Doubles – First Round

[1] T. Huey (PHI) / M. Mirnyi (BLR) d [WC] D. O’Hare (IRL) / J. Salisbury (GBR) 76(4) 75

[2] O. Marach (AUT) / F. Martin (FRA) d K. Kravchuk (RUS) / A. Mannarino (FRA) 62 63

S. Querrey (USA) / D. Young (USA) d J. Nedunchezhiyan (IND) / J. Thompson (AUS) 36 63 10-3

 

SCHEDULE – WEDNESDAY, 15 FEBRUARY 2017

STADIUM COURT start 1:30 pm

[4] G. Garcia-Lopez (ESP) / L. Paes (IND) vs B. Baker (USA) / N. Mektic (CRO)

 

Not Before 3:00 pm

M. Kukushkin (KAZ) vs D. Brown (GER)

D. Young (USA) vs [WC] R. Opelka (USA)

 

Not Before 7:30 pm

Y. Nishioka (JPN) vs [2] J. Isner (USA)

R. Harrison (USA) or K. Kravchuk (RUS) vs [3] S. Querrey (USA)

 

GRANDSTAND COURT start 1:30 pm

P. Raja (IND) / D. Sharan (IND) vs J. Erlich (ISR) / S. Lipsky (USA)

N. Basilashvili (GEO) vs J. Thompson (AUS)

[7] S. Darcis (BEL) or R. Albot (MDA) vs D. Dzumhur (BIH)

[PR] M. Ebden (AUS) / B. Tomic (AUS) vs A. Bury (BLR) / Y. Lu (TPE)

J. Cerretani (USA) / P. Oswald (AUT) vs [3] R. Lindstedt (SWE) / M. Venus (NZL)

 

Printable Draw

Men’s Singles: click here

Men’s Doubles: click here

Order of Play: click here

 

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