Monthly Archive: October 2013

Oct 18

Pospisil’s brief Thiem in the spotlight in Vienna

On Tuesday morning, Jaroslav Pospisil was contemplating a perhaps slightly too typical week in his very occasional dalliances with the ATP Tour. After failing to qualify for the singles in Vienna, and not being involved in the doubles, it was likely to be an 830 Euro cheque and on to the next destination by one …

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Oct 11

Malek Jaziri meets political reality – but does tennis?

So it came to pass that world’s top ranked Arabic tennis player, Malek Jaziri of Tunisia, withdrew from the Tashkent Challenger with a right knee injury, thus not facing Israel’s Amir Weintraub in the last eight. An unfortunate, everyday occurence in the mad cap dash round the tennis globe for ranking points and money in …

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