Carol Meligeni advances in the W75 of Florianpolis

Carol Meligeni advances in the W75 of Florianpolis
Carol Meligeni advances in the W75 of Florianpolis
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The second day of main draw competitions had positive results for Brazilian tennis. In total, five won on the Lagoa Iate Clube courts and continue to compete in the men’s ATP Challenger 75 and women’s ITF W75 series tournament.

Carol Meligeni, Brazil’s number 3, debuted with a victory over North American Raveena Kingsley, 6/3 6/2, and is making plans to continue the tournament. “I think it was a solid performance on my part. She’s a difficult opponent, but I managed to hold off her shots and vary the game well. Now I’m going to rest and take care of my body with physiotherapy,” she explained.

For the director of the ATP Challenger tournament, Guilherme Gesser, this is a great result for Brazilian tennis. “Having Brazilian tennis players advancing in championships of this size and reaching even higher in the world rankings is exactly what we look for when we bring tournaments like this to Brazil”, highlighted the director.

Paulo Saraiva, Gabriel Sidney, Nicolas Zanelatto, Pedro Boscardin, Gustavo Almeida, Letícia Vidal and Julia Konishi were overcome and said goodbye to the ENGIE Open. The 3rd seed, Felipe Meligeni, felt unwell and withdrew from the tournament.

The competition continues, this Wednesday (3), with Brazilian highlights. Thiago Monteiro and Orlando Luz face each other again in another week in Brazil, when the gaucho beat the Ceará in the debut of the São Léo Open. Matheus Pucinelli has a duel with the Italian Gianluca Mager. In the women’s category, Carol Meligeni plays against Cypriot Raluca Serban, while Gabriela Cé faces Italian Miriana Tona.

In total, the ENGIE Open will distribute a total prize pool of US$ 142 thousand (around R$ 710 thousand at the current price), in addition to 75 points to the champion in the respective world rankings (ATP and WTA).

The two tournaments are part of the Banco BRB/ENGIE Professional Tennis Circuit and promote gender equality, with 12 competitions throughout the year, six for men and six for women.

Check out the partial results from this Tuesday (2)

Men – ATP Challenger 75

Daniel CUKIERMAN (ISR) defeated Pedro BOSCARDIN (BRA) – 6/0 6/3
Mateo BARREIROS REYES (BRA) defeated Francisco COMESANA (ARG) [2] – 6/4 6/3
Geoffrey BLANCANEAUX (FRA) [6] defeated Paulo SARAIVA (BRA) – 4/6 7/6 6/3
Orlando LUZ (BRA) defeated Carlos JOVER (ESP) – 7/5 6/1
Enzo COUACAUD (FRA) [7] defeated Gustavo ALMEIDA (BRA) – 6/4 6/2
Lorenzo RODRIGUEZ (ARG) defeated Gabriel SIDNEY (BRA) – 6/4 6/2
Camilo CARABELLI (ARG) defeated Nicolas ZANELLATO (BRA) – 6/1 6/7 6/0
Matheus PUCINELLI (BRA) defeated Liam DRAXL (CAN) [8] – 6/4 6/1

Women – ITF W75

Selena JANICIJEVIC (FRA) [5] defeated Julia KONISHI (BRA) – 6/1 6/0
Michaela BAYERLOVA (CZE) defeated Martina CAPURRO (ARG) [2] – 6/3 3/0 ret.
Julieta Lara ESTABLE (ARG) defeated Luiza FULLANA (BRA) by 1/6 6/2 6/0
Gabriela CÉ (BRA) defeated Leticia VIDAL (BRA) – 6/0 6/2
Carolina MELIGENI (BRA) defeated Raveena KINGSLEY (USA) – 6/3 6/2
Noelia ZEBALLOS (BOL) defeated Maria KOZYREVA – 3/6 7/6 6/2
Miriana TONA (ITA) defeated Valeriya STRAKHOVA (UKR) [6] – 6/1 6/0
Amandine HESSE (FRA) defeated Fernanda LABRANA (CHI) – 6/1 7/5
Daria LODIKOVA defeated Maria MATEAS (USA) [7] – 3/1 ret.
Giorgia PEDONE (ITA) [8] defeated Maria KONONOVA – 6/2 6/2
Raluca Georgiana SERBAN (CYP) [4] defeated Berta BONARDI (ARG) – 6/1 6/0
Kaylah MCPHEE (AUS) defeated Nicole HUERGO (ITA) 7/6 3/6 6/2

Game schedule for Wednesday (01)

Center Court
10am
Pedro BOSCARDIN (BRA)/Gabriel SIDNEY (BRA) x Luis BRITTO (BRA)/Paulo SARAIVA (BRA)
Next
Gabriela CÉ (BRA) x Miriana TONA (ITA)
Not before 1pm
Daniel CUKIERMAN (ISR) x Mateo BARREIROS REYES (BRA)
Next
Raluca Georgiana SERBAN (CYP) [4] x Carolina ALVES (BRA)
Not before 6pm
Matheus PUCINELLI (BRA) x Gianluca MAGER (ITA)
Next
Thiago MONTEIRO (BRA) [1] x Orlando LUZ (BRA)

Court 1
10am
Kaylah MCPHEE (AUS) x Daria LODIKOVA
Next
Amandine HESSE (FRA) x Michaela BAYERLOVA (CZE)
MAKAROVA, E or GAVRILA, O x Irina FETECAU (ROU)
After resting
Romina CCUNO (PER)/Kaylah MCPHEE (AUS) [3] x Katarina JOKIC (SRB)/Rebeca PEREIRA (BRA)
After resting, then
Amandine HESSE (FRA)/Ekaterina MAKAROVA x Michaela BAYERLOVA (CZE) [4]/Nicole HUERGO (ITA)

Court 2
Bogdan BOBROV/Kaichi UCHIDA (JPN) x Scott DUNCAN (GBR)/Kelsey STEVENSON (CAN) [2]
Next
ALTERNATE x Adam TAYLOR (AUS)/Gonzalo VILLANUEVA (ARG) [4]
Not before 1pm
Camilo CARABELLI (ARG) x Geoffrey BLANCANEAUX (FRA) [6]
Next
Daniel DUTRA (BRA)/Pedro SAKAMOTO (BRA) [3] x Lorenzo Joaquin RODRIGUEZ (ARG)/Franco RONCADELLI (URU)
Next
ALTERNATE x Liam DRAXL (CAN)/Alexander WEIS (ITA)
Next
Simon FREUND (SWE)/Johannes INGILDSEN (DEN) x Geoffrey BLANCANEAUX (FRA)/Enzo COUACAUD (FRA)

Court 3
10am
Giorgia PEDONE (ITA) [8] x Julieta Lara ESTABLE (ARG)
Next
Madison SIEG (USA) x Solana SIERRA (ARG) [3]
Next
Selena JANICIJEVIC (FRA) [5] x Noelia ZEBALLOS MELGAR (BOL)
Next
Sabastiani LEON (USA)/Martina OKALOVA (SVK) x Maria KONONOVA [2]/Maria KOZYREVA
After resting, then
Oana GAVRILA (ROU)/Valeriya STRAKHOVA (UKR) [1] x
Jaeda DANIEL (USA)/Madison SIEG (USA)


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