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Re: [Tennis] Misc. Results for Indians abroad...

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This week at the Monastir W15 (hard),

#783 Vaishnavi beat Le Yi Liu (CHN,986), 76(3) 61 and 4th seed #585 Zeel beat a Merna Rafat (EGY,858), 16 75 61 n a ice comeback in the R1 today. Zeel plays Vaishnavi tomorrow in the R2 so we are assured of a QF there. I am calling a Vaishnavi upset, on current form, unless Zeel has got her moxie back after today's comeback win.
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Karan Singh (IND,696) is the 4th seed at the Monastir M15 this week. He plays a qualifier Jae Hwan Kim (KOR,1865) in the first round.
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Vaishnavi Adkar and Karan Singh make the Semis of their respective W15 and M15 events. Pretty good showing by them in events outside India.
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Karan will go past Rishab, SDPD and Sid V in ranking and will become the India #4 in live rankings behind Sumi, RamK and Mukund. That is terrific for a 20 year old, and great for us to see, knowing that those three are 26 and older now.

His actual ranking will move up only by May 20th (as this week's points can go in only after a week, and there is no ATP rankin update on May 13th)
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jayakris wrote: Tue Apr 30, 2024 1:30 pm Zeel plays Vaishnavi tomorrow in the R2 so we are assured of a QF there. I am calling a Vaishnavi upset, on current form, unless Zeel has got her moxie back after today's comeback win.
I called it right. And it was probably the easiest call we could ever make on an upset of a 4th seed. Zeel has been that badly out of form. Vaishnavi won 64 60... She then beat a qualifier Ruirui Zou (CHN,869), 75 63 to make the semifinal. That will be a tough match against Mariia Tkacheva (RUS,784) who has been in very good form this week.
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Tkacheva also reached the final last week. So, she is in great form for last 2 weeks. Vaishnavi has a tough match on hand.
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At the Monastir M15 SF, Karan Singh (IND,796) lost to Stuart Parker (GBR,627), 67(3) 36

At the Monastir W15 SF, Vaishnavi Adkar (IND,783) lost to Mariia Tkacheva (RUS,784), 16 64 36

But good runs by these two 20 and 19 year olds. The Monastir events are highly competitive and reaching an SF there has not been easy for any of our players, though a lot of them have gone there.
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Aryan Shah is playing his first challenger level event today at the Santos ATP Challenger in Brazil.

(12) Aryan Shah (1167) vs Yuzuki Takeru (JPN, UNR). Takeru seems to be a doubles specialist, hence the unranked singles status.
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How come this thing happen? Poor field
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Oh, he went all the way to Brasil to play a challenger qualies. Not many Indian players have done that in the past.
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Well, I guess he was in the qualifying entry list there, and I didn't even bother to check the list, assuming no Indian would go there. Smart work by Aryan! He is even one of the 12 seeds there in the qualies.

His match is set for 3 pm there. That is 11:30 pm IST, in about 20 miutes.
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He gave a walkover :-(
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So I guess he had put his name in the list for qualies, but did not withdraw on time... :(
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When they make the qualies draw, there has to be a process where in the player turns up and signs a paper somewhere. Then the draw is made. Or is it just by whosoever has placed his name in the list 4-5 weeks ago.
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Omkara wrote: Mon May 06, 2024 12:54 am When they make the qualies draw, there has to be a process where in the player turns up and signs a paper somewhere. Then the draw is made. Or is it just by whosoever has placed his name in the list 4-5 weeks ago.
Oh no, it is a very carefully-set and well-orchestrated process. The list is constantly updated by ATP as players withdraw and they all have access to see the list online. This has been going on for well over 20 years. For challengers the initial list is from 3 weeks ahead. The player is supposed to let them know by the time they make the draw the night before the first qualies matches (the time of draw is also specified on the posted tournament info sheet). If you are not able to get there, then you need to get on the players-entry site and withdraw your name. They can also make a phone call to ATP headquarters or the on-site supervisor (whose number is always there in the tournament info sheet) if nothing else works. If you don't do it there are fines and penalties - as the players are responsible, and they have no excuses. Sometimes the supervisors at the site even try to call the players they suspect might not be coming, before making the draw. It all works very well.

If you see an ALT in the draw, it is always the players' fault. Except sometimes they have legitimate issues like falling sick the night before, or an injury they thought might go away did not go away by the morning and they decided not to play.
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