Mexico F8

Location: Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, MEX
Type: $10K
Surface: hard (outdoor)

MD-S | MD-D | QD-S | OOP

Qualy Main Draw:

First Round:

(1) Christopher Klingemann (USA) vs bye
Alexander Sarkissian (USA) vs bye
Cyprian Pisarek (USA) vs bye
Richard Johnson (USA) vs bye
(4) Alex Bartlett (USA) vs bye
Leon Ojalvo (USA) vs bye
Shane Lamely (USA) vs bye
Shane Templeman (USA) vs bye
Mason Fuller (USA) def Sydney Jim (USA) 6-1/6-2
Yevgeny Perepelov (USA) def Trent Aaron (USA) 6-2/7-5

Second Round:

(1) Christopher Klingemann (USA) def Sergio-Ivan Martinez-Patino (MEX) 6-1/6-1
Alexander Sarkissian (USA) def Alejandro Cabrera (MEX) 6-2/6-0
Cyprian Pisarek (USA) def Erasmo Vazquez (MEX) 6-2/7-5
Richard Johnson (USA) def (3) Edgar Hernandez (CUB) 6-1/6-1
(4) Alex Bartlett (USA) def Rene Ruvalcaba (MEX) 6-3/7-6(2)
Frank Burkholder (PAR) def Leon Ojalvo (USA) 6-2/6-2
(5) Jonathan Kinsella (GBR) def Shane Lamely (USA) 6-5 RET
(6) Victor Gonzalez (MEX) def Shane Templeman (USA) 3-6/7-6(8)/6-0
Mason Fuller (USA) def (7) Michael-Ray Pallares-Gonzalez (DOM) 6-4/4-6/6-1
Yevgeny Perepelov (USA) def Rafael Moguel (MEX) 6-4/6-0

Qualifying Round:

(1) Chris Klingemann (USA) def Alex Sarkissian (USA) 7-6(1)/6-2
Cyprian Pisarek (USA) def Daniel Sotomarino (PER) 7-6/6-2
Richard Johnson (USA) def Sandor Martinez (CUB) 6-4/3-6/6-4
(4) Alex Bartlett (USA) def Frank Burkholder (PAR) 7-6(5)/6-3
Fernando Cabrera (MEX) def Mason Fuller (USA) 4-6/6-2/6-4
Pedro Ast (VEN) def Yevgeny Perepelov (USA) 2-6/6-1/7-5

Singles Main Draw:

First Round:

(1) Luigi D’Agord (ITA) def (Q) Alex Bartlett (USA) 6-1/6-2
(Q) Chris Klingemann (USA) def (Q) Pedro Ast (VEN) 6-0/6-1
(7) Daniel Garza (MEX) def Jeffrey Das (USA) 6-4/6-4
Ikaika Jobe (USA) def (WC) Raul Isaias Rosas-Zarur (MEX) 6-4/6-4
Benjamin Dracos (FRA) def (Q) Cyrpian Pisarek (USA) 7-6(5)/6-2
(5) Nima Roshan (USA) def Miguel Cicenia (VEN) 7-6(3)/6-0
(Q) Richard Johnson (USA) def (WC) Joshua Ayala (MEX) 6-2/6-1
(Q) Jonathan Kinsella (GBR) def (4) Peter Shults (USA) 6-3/6-4

Second Round:

(Q) Chris Klingemann (USA) def (7) Daniel Garza (MEX) 7-6/6-6 RET
(3) Marinko Matosevic (AUS) def Ikaika Jobe (USA) 6-4/6-4
(5) Nima Roshan (USA) def Andrew Roberts (AUS) 6-4/7-6
(Q) Jonathan Kinsella (GBR) def (Q) Richard Johnson (USA) 4-6/6-4/6-1


(1) Luigi D’Agord (ITA) def (Q) Chris Klingemann (USA) 6-1/6-4
(5) Nima Roshan (USA) def (Q) Richard Johnson (USA) 7-6(2)/7-6(4)


(5) Nima Roshan (USA) def (2) Miguel Gallardo-Valles (MEX) 4-6/7-6(5)/6-4
(5) Nima Roshan (USA) vs (3) Marinko Matosevic (AUS)

Doubles Main Draw

First Round:

Fuller/Jobe (USA) def (WC) Pechir/Sanchez-Rello (MEX) 6-4/6-2
(3) Cabrera/Gallardo-Valles (MEX) def Klingemann/Shults (USA) 6-3/6-4
Dracos/Templeman (FRA/USA) def Chavez/Sotomarino (PER) 7-5/6-2
Bartlett/Das (USA) def Cuellar/Hernandez (ESP/CUB) 6-2/6-4
(2) Jones/Roshan (NZL/USA) def Trent/Perepelov (USA) 6-3/6-4


Fuller/Jobe (USA) def (1) De Bonnevie/Fernandez 2-6/7-6/10-5
(3) Cabrera/Gallardo-Valles (MEX) def Dracos/Templeman (FRA/USA) 6-4/6-1
Bartlett/Das (USA) def (2) Jones/Roshan (NZL/USA) 6-0/6-1


Fuller/Jobe (USA) def (3) Cabrera/Gallardo-Valles (MEX) 6-7(3)/6-4/10-5
(4) Matosevic/Roberts (AUS) def Bartlett/Das (USA) 6-2/6-0


Fuller/Jobe (USA) def (4) Matosevic/Roberts (AUS) 6-2/6-1

Information: ATP | ITF


13 Responses to Mexico F8

  1. Matt says:

    nice Future draw!

  2. Nev says:

    I agree! Klingemann who is doing ok this year in futures qualified for this event and now he has an interesting match vs. Garza.
    Roshan is also in good form 😉

  3. Kai says:

    For me the best player is Fugate,
    but he is not in this Future =(..

  4. Casey says:

    Roshan will have a good year. He’s starting to grow in this sport.

  5. Casey says:

    It’s hard to believe that Roshan and Jones lost their last match. The 2 they played were ranked in the 1500+. I think either roshan or jones got hurt early on in the match.

  6. Casey says:

    Anyone know why Roshan and Jones lost their last Double Match badly?
    Something happened to one of them.

  7. Casey says:

    It would really be nice to see these futures players on television, while their playing these tournaments.
    Or even action shots. I know there wouldn’t be much draw, but it would be nice.

  8. Kai says:

    Yes casey that would be nice, but the channel corporation didnt do that.
    In Argentina they show the Finals,
    Something is Something =S

  9. Nev says:

    Yes, I have an impression that in USA these tournaments aren’t really much apprecciated, something that challengers are.
    Here in Argentina the fuss about futures sometimes it’s important… of course, thinking of a tournament for a future level…
    Maybe that happens because USA players can travel to another countries and play other futures (and more players from other countries can play USA futures), as for argentine players the futures means a lot because they haven’t a lot of opportunities.
    That’s my theory about it… so maybe tv channels don’t think that broadcasting USA futures are going to be worth… also taking into account that there are a lot of players who come from university tournaments.

  10. don setab says:

    I’ve wished for years someone would pick up on the futures. Some of the best tennis I’ve seen has been at that level.

  11. don setab says:

    addendum; after all they are pros who try harder than the top 100 and are grossly underpaid for their efforts.

  12. Casey says:

    I watched Nima Roshan play a benefit with Gimbelstob and Gambil.
    He is definitely playing good for a fairly new kid on the block.

  13. Nev says:

    That’s good to hear.
    Best of wishes to him.

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