Mikhail Youzhny and Sergiy Stakhovsky assisted in the draw ceremony for the 2011 St. Petersburg Open yesterday. Do I sense a smirk there, Mika? Well I guess it is a bit awkward when you get drawn to play your best friend in the tournament’s first round. Not only that, but he’s sitting right next to [...]
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Nothing more exciting during a tennis match than the pros taking a break on the bench. Here are updates from Day 4 at the St. Petersburg Open:
Dmitry Tursunov is on a singles run, defeating Rendy Lu 6-1, 6-4. He’ll play Aleksandr Dolgopolov next in the Quarterfinals.
American Rajeev Ram had a great showing in St. Petersburg [...]
Second-seed Sergiy Stakhovsky and fifth-seed (and Moscow winner) Viktor Troicki took part in Kids’ Day at the St. Petersburg Open yesterday in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Coincidentally, both lost their matches today. Stakhovsky lost to Benjamin Becker 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, and Troicki lost to Rainer Schuettler 6-3, 4-6, 6-3.
Perhaps they were still tired from playing their previous [...]