Rob Keating: Hello its Rob from robiciatennis.com
with the latest Australian tennis results. We have seen at the Cincinnati
Masters Nick Kyrgios defeat Borna Coric in a three-set match he won the
first set in a tie-break, nothing new for Nick Kygios but then he lost the second set
0-6. He managed to come back from that and win the third set 6-3 to move on to
the next round. He plays Del Potro or Chung in the
quarter-finals. Ash Barty also had a good win. She beat Kai Kanepi from Estonia
and that was a 7-5 6-3 win, she’s now going to play the winner of Halep and
Tomljanovic which is currently underway. That was in the premier 5 level
event at Cincinnati. In the ATP Challenger event in Vancouver we saw
Jason Kubler, who has been awarded a wild-card into the US Open.
Jason Kubler beat Borna Gojo from Croatia 6-4 7-5. Thanasi Kokkinakis
withdrew from his round 2 match against Frenchman Gregoire Barrere
so he is out of the tournament through injury. Over in South Korea we saw Blake
Ellis lose to Makoto Ochi from Japan 7-5 6-1 that’s in the $50,000 Gwangju Open. In the USA features $25,000 event Andrew
Harris has moved into the quarterfinals where he’ll play Axel Geller, that comes
after he defeated Trent Bryde from the USA 6-4 6-7 6-4. In China at the F12
futures $15,000 event we’ve got Jeremy Beale who defeated Olly Sadler and will
play a Anirudh Chandrasekar from India in the next round. In Germany the F12
futures we saw Nicolas Horton lose to Ivan Gakhov from Russia and in Serbia
Harrison Lombe lost to Simone Roncalli 6-1 6-1, and in the ITF women’s we’ve
just got one female player and that’s Naiktha Bains who defeated Chinese
Taipei’s player Hua-Chen Lee 6-4 3-6 6-3. So out of 29 Australian that started
in the ATP WTA and ITF events in the singles, we are now down to 12 and that
could change shortly as theres matches in progress. So to keep up to date with the
scores check out Robiciatennis.com. On the
homepage we’ve got all the Australian tennis results and they’re updated
frequently. So that’s all for now

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