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Arjun and Willis have made it to the final of the Oerias Challenger as they beat Filip Bergevi of Sweden and Mick Veldheer f=of Netherlands. 52 36 13-11. They meet a Polish pair of Drzewiecki and Matuszewski in final.
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Arjun moves up to a career-best of 98 in doubles. Marcus Willis too is at a career best, but only at 150. (So outside Wimbledon, he doesn't seem to have done very much :) ).
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Arjun and Willis lost 36 46 in the final. Next week Arjun will team with Jeevan at a Portugal Challenger.
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Arjun (IND,896) played the Q1 at the Cuernavaca Challenger 75 (MEX) as an ALT entry and lost to the 2nd seed Facundo Mena (ARG,416), 06 26.

What are the odds for two Indians playing guys named "Facundo" on the same day? :)
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Man. Enough with these Facundos. Suddenly that name has gotten popular in Argentina or are Facundos genetically pre-wired to be tennis players? :-) There are four Facundos in the top 750. And, these days, they are popping up like mushrooms everywhere in the tennis world. The top Facundo was a good facundo, made way for Nagal. This one seems not a good one, I say. In the top-50, the most popular names are Alexander and Sebastian with two each I think.

Facundo is the 25th most common name in Argentina. Turns out there was some famous guy Facundo Q., whom Argentinians really like. So, they are now all named Facundo.

Just like all Japanese will be named Sato soon by law. Arigato!
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