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Monday, August 7, 2017

2017 National] G18 doubles 8/7

64 (2) Graver/Joyce d. Rice/Streng 6-3; 6-4
64 (17) Haynes/Lin d. Markham/Smith 6-4; 7-5
64 (12) Merrill/O'Dell d. Lamoreaux/Lamoreaux 6-2; 6-2
64 (17) Brylin/Pesavento d. PITTS/Van Linge 6-0; 7-6
64 (6) Baptiste/Douglas d. Almeida/Kaur 6-3; 6-2
64 Paradela/Yu d. (17) Almy/Santilli 6-1; 5-7; 1-0
64 (15) Cerdan/Lou d. Bacalla/Lemonds 6-0; 6-3
64 DiLaura/Zhang d. Deng/Jordan 6-0; 6-4
64 (3) Lahey/Sanford d. Mitta/Truluck 6-0; 6-0
64 Hewitt/Stearns d. (17) Clark/Smith 6-1; 5-7; 1-0
64 Eason/Gupta d. (13) Deming/Lilien 6-4; 4-6; 1-0
64 Anzo/Rabinowitz d. (17) Bryant-Otake/Fossorier 7-6(4); 6-2

64 (7) Bolton/Jones d. Cartledge/Gulihur 6-2; 6-4

Couldn't see much but I thought C/G were pretty decent. Bolton was at times a bit unstable.

64 (17) Patel/Yarlagadda d. Chen/Zhao 6-3; 6-1

I didn't really watch but that's quite a shocking score. But Patel was quite impressive at the National last year. Could definitely start in doubles at UNC?

64 (11) Campana/Meyer d. Ballow/LaMette 6-2; 6-3
64 Ferrari/Levine d. (17) Rodilosso/Schrage 6-7(6); 6-3; 10-5
64 Casati/Kyle d. Adams/Vesely 7-5; 6-2

64 (9) Duong/Forbes d. Graham/Yeah 6-1; 6-4

Saw a bit. G/Y once returned Forbes' overhead repeatedly, ending in F's overhead error.
 
64 (17) Bou/Kerrigan d. Gruber/Lee 6-2; 6-3
64 (8) Allen/Corley d. Andrews/Pham 6-1; 6-0
64 (17) Kessler/Zein d. Burger/Vincent 6-3; 6-1
64 (16) Dunbar/Koscielski d. Alons/Butera 6-2; 6-4

64 Gordon/Gordon d. Campos/Jones 6-3; 7-5

Had to watch Jones play doubles. Good as usual, at net. The Elder Gordon lol today showed nice touch at net.

64 (4) Osuigwe/mcnally d. Desiatnikov/Martinelli 6-3; 7-6(5)

As expected a tight match. Martinelli could put the opponents on the run with her flat and massive drives(but it was to be expected, of course), and D was solidity personified; the most solid player among those 4. So pretty much every point was long. D/M were so solid(guess they were 'the Bulldog team'!), O/M committed many errors trying to finish the points earlier. O/M were definitely more active at net, also making quite a lot of terrific volley winners as well. O's drives were massive, piercing the mid-court many times(but also committed the most errors among the 4).

64 (17) Kerr/Sung d. Mannix/Pozo 6-3; 6-3
64 (14) Reddy/Taylor d. Pezzuco/Weinberg 7-5; 6-1

64 (17) Cusano/Goldsmith d. Ewing/Jankowski 7-5; 6-3

Goldsmith impresses me yet again. Really, she just does everything well. Not just slice itself, she actually seems to have a good court vision. Could return Jankowski's massive drives, terrific body balance and low posture. So solid.
But of course you can't beat E/J on her own; Cusano played well, slice + lob combo, good net defense, etc.
Methinks J really improved on her net plays, and made some good passes with her massive drives. Ewing did commit some errors, but I think you have to give credit to this Texan team; they just really played well. Had to watch the Bulldogs so left later in the 2nd.

64 (5) Johnson/Liu d. Hwang/Madurawe 6-1; 6-3
64 (17) Wolfberg/Wright d. Schroer/Spicer 6-1; 6-2
64 (10) Kung/Shin d. ADIACONITEI/Ho 6-2; 6-2

64 Stone/Willson d. (17) Bianco/Newman 6-2; 6-3

Watched a bit, had to see Bianco. Stone was actually quite skilled.
 
64 (1) Li/Subhash d. Profit/Ronney 6-1; 6-0

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