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Destaques da gira sul-americana e preparação para a gira europeia

Segunda, 06 de abril 2015 às 12:24:02 AMT

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Tênis Profissional

He finished the tour of South America juvenile ITF tournaments after the South American Championship in La Paz, Bolivia. Some South American tennis players stood in October and got important points up in the rankings and aiming to turn Europe to come.



After 3 months of tournaments in different events of countries Grade A, 1, the main winners Were: Costa Rica Champion - Casper Ruud (Norway) Vice-Champion - Miomir Kecmanovic (Serbia) Champion - Michaela Gordon (USA) Vice-champion - Usue Arconada (USA) Venezuela Champion - Casper Ruud (Norway) Vice-Champion - Yshai Oliel (Israel) Champion - Eygeniya Levashova (Russia) Runner-up - Mira Antonitsch (Austria) Colombia Champion - Casper Ruud (Norway) Vice-Champion - Ulisses Blanch (USA) Champion - Maria Fernanda Herazo Gonzales (Colombia) Runner-up - Tamara Zidansek (Slovenia) Ecuador Champion - Franco Capalbo (Argentina) Vice-Champion - Manuel Peña Lopez (Argentina) Champion - Tamara Zidansek (Slovenia) Runner-up - Juliet Estabile (Argentina) Peru Champion - Franco Capalbo (Argentina) Vice-Champion - Geronimo Espin (Argentina) Champion - Juliet Estabile (Argentina) Vice-champion - Jaqueline Cristian (Romania) Bolivia Champion - Franco Capalbo (Argentina) Vice-Champion - Mwendwa Mbithi (USA) Champion - Bianca Andreescu (Canada) Vice-champion - Yuliana Monroy (Colombia) Chile Champion - Marcelo Barrios Vera (Chile) Vice-Champion - Geronimo Espin (Argentina) Champion - Alexandra Sanford (USA) Vice-champion - Dominique Schaefer (Peru) Argentina Champion - Nathan Ponwith (USA) Vice-Champion - Ulysses Blanch (USA) Champion - Juliet Estable (Argentina) Vice-champion - Bianca Andreescu (Canada) Paraguay Champion - Barrios Marcelo Vera (Chile) Vice Champion - Andrea Pellegrino (Italy) Champion - Beatrice Torelli (Italy) Vice-champion - Maria Portillo Ramirez (Mexico) Brazil - Banana Bowl Champion - Orlando Luz (Brazil) Vice-Champion - Igor Marcondes (Brazil) Champion - Usue Arconada (USA) Runner-up - Francesca Di Lorenzo (USA) Brazil - International Championship Youth of Puerto tennis Alegre Champion - Orlando Luz (Brazil) Vice-Champion - William Blumberg (USA) Champion - Usue Arconada (USA) Vice-champion - Juliet Estable (Argentina ) Bolivia Champion - - Marcelo Barrios Vera (Chile) Vice-Champion - Manuel Peña Lopez (Argentina) Champion - Luisa Stefani (Brazil) Vice-champion - Yuliana Monroy (Colombia) Highlights: Orlando Light: Orlandinho Achieved the championship of the Banana Bowl and International Championship Youth of Porto Alegre tennis and it Remained in 2nd place in the world ranking, only a few points behind Russian Andrey Rublev. Casper Ruud: the Norwegian won the first three tournaments of the tour and Those results Could be placing Among the top 15 youth of the world, Franco Capalbo: the Argentine, who started turning at position 105 of the ITF rankings, also won three straight titles, and ends the series of tournaments at the 15th position in the world ranking; Marcelo Barrios Vera: by winning three major tournaments of the tour, Chile, Paraguay and South America in Bolivia, the Chilean who started the year in 93rd position, embarks towards Europe occupying the 12th position in the ranking of the ITF; Igor Marcondes and Gabriel Sidney: the Brazilian after important results in singles and doubles respectively reaching the positions 67 and 72 of the ITF ranking and heads to Europe in search of vacancies in major keys of Roland Garros and Wimbledon, Luisa Stefani: Despite having played only 3 rotates tournaments, Brazil Achieved important results in Porto Alegre and Bolivia and remains one of the main youth players today, placing in the top 10 for the first team; Usue Arconada: Argentine North American naturalized started the year in 26th position the ITF ranking and, after the runner-up in Costa Rica and two major titles at the Banana Bowl and International Championship Youth of Porto Alegre tennis, Currently Occupies the 6th position in the world ranking; Juliet Stable: the Argentine athlete, after reaching four finals in the turns and win two titles, jumped more than 60 positions and is currently the 21th best young player in the world; Sophia Chow and Thaisa Pedretti :. Brazilian Also noteworthy because of the large jump in the rankings after the results in the turns Sophia who started the year at position 324, now Occupies the 111th position in the ITF ranking and Thaisa leap from 117th position in January to current 56th place in the ITF ranking; After this calendar step, athletes have about a month to prepare for the European Gira, beginning in late April with the tournament Salsiomaggiore Terme, Italy and ends only in July, after Wimbledon. Before that, the Brazilian players with top ranking to 45th place in the ITF ranking, They will have a great chance to try a spot in the main draw of Roland Garros. Between 16 and 19 April, on the courts of Paineiras do Morumbi Club, 16 players and 16 players will contest the seat to Paris , the triangular play against the winners of the tournaments held in China and India. The winners of the triangular keys receive a wild card for the main draw of Roland Garros Junior.







































































Is now firmly Following in preparation for These competitions.

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About Leandro afini

Leandro afini, tennis coach, born in São José dos Campos, has worked in teams in several cities in Brazil and abroad, and in 2010 founded the afini Tennis, High Yield reference staff in children's training and professional located in your city Christmas.

Leandro is one of Brazilian technicians Accompanying children and young athletes in tournaments calendar of the International Tennis Federation and will bring information and new athletes, tournaments and children's average teams.