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MUNICH, July 21, 2021 (by Dietmar Kaspar)

M25 Telfs AUT – Filip Misolic triumphs at home

the ITF World Tennis Tour powered by Raiffeisen, which took place at the TC Telfs site, ended with the victory of the title of local hero Philippe Misolic.

The 19-year-old Austrian took the final step to the final by beating Kirill Kivattsev of Russia in straight sets.

Bogdan Ionut Apostol from Romania passed the entrance of the Austrian wild card Lukas Neumayer in the semi-finals in three sets.

During the whole week, the organizers had to deal with bad weather. Matches were delayed and some of them had to be played indoors. In Monday’s title match, unranked Misoclic outscored 25-year-old rival 80-67 to score 7-6, 6-1 after an hour and 38 minutes. After his first triumph at Porec earlier this season, the Graz native celebrated his second career title on the ITF World Tennis Tour.

Neil Oberleitner from Austria and its Latvian partner Martin podzus won the doubles trophy. The seeded duo won the championship against Austrian duo Filip Misolic and Lukas Neumayer with 7-6, 2-6, 10-5.

M25 Idanha-a-Nova POR – Nicolas Moreno de Alboran takes third trophy of the season

Twenty-four years Nicolas Moreno from Alboran of the United States emerged victorious from the Circuito Internacional de Tenis de Idanha-a-Nova I, held at the Clube de Tenis in Idanha-a-Nova.

The former UC Santa Barbara varsity player, who entered the tournament in seventh place, knocked out the tournament’s second seed. Anton Matusevich of Great Britain in the semi-final in straight sets.

Zane Khan established the 100% American final with a three-set victory over the Portuguese qualifier Daniel Rodrigues.

In the championship game, the No. 5 seed Khan had to retire after the first game. Moreno de Alboran, born in New York and living in Spain, won his third career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour, all won in 2021.

U25 Uriage FRA – Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard wins his first home title

Teenager Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard won the trophy of the Uriage Thermal Water, hosted by the Uriage Tennis Club, to celebrate his first title on the Pro Circuit.

The 18-year-old Frenchman, the current No. 7 in the ITF Juniors rankings, beat his compatriot seeded No. 4. Calvin Hemery at the stage of the last four in consecutive sets.

French Arthur Fils, who is currently ranked No. 4 in the world junior and finished second to Luca van Assche at Roland Garros in early June, edged out the No. 7 seed from Argentina Facundo Juárez in the semi-finals in three sets.

Lyonnais Perricard drew 11 aces in the title match and won 83% of his first serve points to seal a 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 victory after two hours and 28 minutes. The two opponents together won the doubles title at the 2021 Roland Garros Junior Championships last month.

M15 L’Aquila ITA – Federico Arnaboldi wins in the 100% Italian case

the Abruzzo Region ITF World Tennis Tour 2021, which took place at Circolo Tennis L’Aquila, ended with the victory of the title of Federico arnaboldi.

In the 100% Italian semi-final, the native of Como joined the juniors Luciano Darderi in three sets.

Twenty-four years Alexandre weis qualified for the final with a straight set victory over the lucky loser Marcello Serafini.

For nearly three hours, unranked Arnaboldi converted six of his 16 break point chances and lost four service games in the league game to triumph 4-6, 7-5, 6-1.

After his first victory in Bergamo last month, the 21-year-old took home his second career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour.

M15 Doboj BIH – Big favorite Zsombor Piros wins

Zsombor Piros is the champion of Doboj Open 2021, organized by the Tennis Club Doboj.

Hungarian seed ended Serbian qualifying streak Dusan Obradovic at the stage of the last four in straight sets.

Petr fajta booked the place in the all-Hungarian final with a straight-set victory over Martin krumich from the Czech Republic.

Piros, 21, beat his opponent five times in the title game and won 87% of his first serve points to claim a 6-3, 6-2 victory after 57 minutes. The Budapest native, who won the 2017 Australian Open junior championships trophy and was ranked world No.3 as a junior, celebrated his third singles title on the World Tennis Tour of the ITF.

M15 Monastir TUN – Rinky Hijikata wins in Tunisia

Rinky Hijikata took the title of Magical hotel visits tournament organized at the Skanes Family hotel in Monastir.

The 20-year-old from Sydney, ranked world No. 9 among juniors, won the all-Australian semi-final against a left-hander. Jeremy Beale in two sets.

The champion of Monastir last week Valentin Vacherot de Moaco took the final step to another final with a three-set victory over the No. 8 seed Eliakim Coulibaly from Ivory Coast.

The unranked Hijikata sent in six aces and won 82% of his first serve points in the league game to win 6-3, 6-1 in 71 minutes. The University of North Carolina varsity player won his second career trophy on the ITF World Tennis Tour after his first victory on American soil two years ago.



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