ITF World Tennis Tour – Summary week 40


MUNICH, October 13, 2022 (by Dietmar Kaspar)

M25 Santa Margherita di Pula ITA – Timo Stodder remains solid on clay

Timo Stoder conquered the title of Fortevillage ITF Trophyheld at the venue of ASD Fortevillage.

The 26-year-old German, who played college tennis for the University of Tennessee, stopped the Austrian top favorite’s run Luke Neumayer in the semifinals in straight sets.

No. 5 seeds Edoardo Lavagno knocked out his Italian compatriot Andrea Basso in the phase of the last four in three sets.

In the title fight, which saw both players earn five breaks, the No. 6 seed Stodder scored five points more than his rival to triumph 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 after two hours and 29 minutes fifth career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all won on clay.

M25 Nevers FRA – Gauthier Onclin lifts fifth trophy of the season

The 24e International de Tennis Neverswhich took place in the Comite Departemental de Tennis de la Nievre, ended with the former No. 8 in the junior world winning the title Gauthier Oncline.

The 20-year-old Belgian edged out French No. 3 Sasha Gueymard Wayenburgwho was ranked 7th in the world as a junior, in straight sets in the semifinals.

top seeds Raphael Collignon set the all-Belgian final with a straight-set win over No. 4 France Antoine Hoang.

The Liege-born Onclin grabbed five points more in the league game to win 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 after two hours and 10 minutes. The number two celebrated his eighth singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour and his fifth in 2022.

M25 Cairns AUS – Alex Bolt triumphs on home soil

Alex Bolt took the title of Cairns International#1Organized by the Cairns International Tennis Centre.

The 29-year-old left-hander won the all-Australia semi-final against the No. 6 seed Adam Walton in three sentences.

Colin Sinclair from the Northern Mariana Islands, who plays Davis Cup for Pacific Oceania, fought his way past Australian BlakeEllis in the semifinals in three sets.

Unseeded Bolt blasted 10 aces in the title match and grabbed three more breaks to seal a 6-3, 6-2 win in about an hour. A Murray Bridge native, he clinched his seventh career trophy on the Pro Circuit, including three titles on the ATP Challenger tour.

M25 Tay Ninh VIE – Nam Hoang Ly takes fifth title of the season

local hero Nam Hoang Ly is the champion of Hai Dang Cup 2022held at Hai Dang Tennis Club.

The top seed from Vietnam rallied past Coleman Wong from Hong Kong in the semifinals in three sets.

No. 7 seeds Ajeet Rai from New Zealand stopped the Frenchman’s run Arthur Weber in the stage of the last four in straight sets.

Ly, 25, broke his rival four times in the championship game and lost two service games to prevail 6-4, 6-4 in 96 minutes. The Ho Chi Minh native celebrated his 10th birthdayth ITF World Tennis Tour singles title and his fifth in 2022.

M25 Zaragoza ESP – Ivan Gakhov secures title in Aragon

left-handed Ivan Gakhov was victorious at the Zaragoza openhosted by the venue SD Tiro de Pichon.

The top favorite stopped the Spaniard Alvaro Lopez San Martin in the phase of the last four in three sets.

Spanish No. 3 seeds Javier Barranco Cosano made it to the final with a set win against the No. 2 seeded German Ludwig Wessels.

Moscow-born Gakhov came down a point in the title fight but secured a 6-4, 1-6, 6-2 victory after around two hours. The 25-year-old raised his 14thth Career Trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour.

M25 Sheffield GBR – Arthur Fery dominates on home soil

Arthur Ferry claimed the title of $25,000 Pro Series Sheffieldheld at Graves Health and Sports Center without losing a set all week.

The 20-year-old Brit passed the Croatian No. 7 Mili Poljicakwho lifted the Wimbledon Junior Championships trophy that season, in the semi-finals.

Giles Husey set the all-British final by beating the number 3 Indians in straight sets Prajnesh Gunneswaran.

The unseeded Fery earned four more breaks in the championship game to triumph 6-3, 6-2 in an hour and 42 minutes. The Sevres native celebrated his second singles trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour and his second on British soil.

M15 Maputo MOZ – Kris van Wyk wins debut title

Kris van Wyk took the trophy Default bank openhosted by the Clube de Tenis de Maputo to win his first trophy on the Pro Circuit.

The South African No. 8 fought through the bottom half of the draw and batted Palaphoom Kovapitukted from Thailand in the semifinals in three sets.

Mehluli Don Ayanda Sibanda from Zimbabwe beat off the top Italian seed Lorenzo Bocchi in the stage of the last four in straight sets.

Van Wyk, 26, capitalized on six of his 12 break point opportunities and lost three service games in the title match to seal a 5-7, 6-3, 6-0 win.

M15 Sozopol BUL – Sebastian Gima takes first trophy

That Santa Marina Cup 1stheld at the Santa Marina Tennis Center, ended in winning the title of Sebastian Gima.

The Romanian No. 7 reached the final with a three-set win against Alexander Donsky from Bulgaria.

#2 set Maks Kasnikowski emerged as the winner of the all-Polish semi-final duel Jasza Szajrich in straight sentences.

20-year-old Gima beat his rival 66-53 in the championship match and prevailed 7-5, 6-2 in 91 minutes. The left-hander, who was born in Florida, celebrated his first singles title on the pro circuit.

M15 Villa Carlos Paz ARG – Matias Franco Descotte triumphs on home soil

Matias Franco Descotte got the championship of Copa Ciudad de Carlos Pazorganized by Club Atlético Carlos Paz.

The 28-year-old fought his way past his 7th-seeded compatriot from Argentina Alex Barrena in straight sentences.

wildcard input Lucio Ratti sat down against the purely Argentinian final with a three-set victory Igor Gimenets from Brasil.

Buenos Aires-born Descotte broke his teenage rival six times in the title shot, dropping three service games to go for a 6-3, 6-4 win after an hour and 50 minutes. The top-ranked picked up his seventh career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour.

M15 Manizales COL – Jorge Brian Panta takes first title on clay

Jorge Brian Panta was crowned champion City of Manizalesheld in the Liga de Manizales.

The 27-year-old emerged victorious from the all-Peruvian semi-final battle against the No. 2 seed Arklon Huertas del Pino in three sentences.

Top seeded Brazilian Gustav Heide displaces No. 4 seed Peter Bertran in the semifinals in straight sets.

No. 3-seeded Panta sent 10 aces in the championship game and won one more break to go 6-1, 3-6, 7-6 after two hours and 15 minutes. Born in Piura, he celebrated his third singles title on the ITF World Tennis Tour after winning two titles in Cancun.

M15 Ithaca USA – Joshua Goodger caps dream week with first title

Twenty three years old Joshua Goodger took the trophy future of the Reis familyhosted by Reis Tennis Center.

The British qualifier advanced to the final with a three-set win over the American wildcard participant Gianni Ross.

Jannik Opitz from Germany prevailed in the final of the qualification by beating the USA No. 4 John McNally in straight sentences.

The Wallington-born Goodger converted three of his four break point chances in the title match, losing a game of love to seal a 6-4, 6-4 win in 70 minutes. The University of Florida varsity player clinched his first trophy on the pro circuit.

M15 Sharm El Sheikh EGY – Saba Purtseladze prevails again in Sharm El Sheikh.

Saba Purtseladze took the title of The Future of Egyptian Menhosted by the venue Soho Square in Sharm El Sheikh.

The 21-year-old Georgian knocked out the tournament’s top favorite Marcello Serafini in the semifinals in straight sets.

Italian Lorenzo Rottoli passed last week’s Sharm El Sheikh champion Surah Tkemaladze from Georgia in the last four stage in three sets.

The unseeded Purtseladze blasted 11 aces and earned the only three breaks in the championship game to go 6-3, 6-3 in about an hour. The Tbilisi native celebrated his second singles title on the ITF World Tour, both in Sharm El Sheikh.

M15 Monastir TUN – Tao Mu wins another Monastir title

Tao Mu emerged as the winner Magic hotel tours Tournament at Hotel Skanes Family in Monastir.

The 22-year-old overtook his 5th-seeded compatriot from China fajing sun in the semifinals in three sets.

No. 7 seeds Tsung Hao Huang from Chinese Taipei made the final step into the final by beating Japan Taiyo Yamanaka in three sentences.

Lasting three hours and 11 minutes, No. 2-seeded Mu won three breaks and eight more points in the title match to clinch a 6-7, 6-3, 6-3 victory. He took his second career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour, both won in Monastir.


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