Nishikori, Berdych and Goffin reach round three at Rome Masters

published: May, 10, 2016

by: Nima Naderi

Internazionali BNL d’Italia—Rome, Italy

Second-round results:

(6) Kei Nishikori Defeats Viktor Troicki 57 62 63
(8) Tomas Berdych Defeats Albert Ramos-Vinolas 63 64
(12) David Goffin Defeats Jack Sock 64 64
Juan Monaco Defeats (16) Kevin Anderson 36 63 62
Lucas Pouille Defeats Ernests Gulbis 36 64 75

First-round results:

(9) David Ferrer Defeats Filippo Volandri 46 75 61
(15) Roberto Bautista Agut Defeats Paolo Lorenzi 63 61
Jeremy Chardy Defeats Damir Dzumhur 26 64 62
Philipp Kohlschreiber Defeats Inigo Cervantes 64 62
Nicolas Mahut Defeats Pablo Cuevas 76(6) 26 75
Stephane Robert Defeats Aljaz Bedene 76(3) 76(8)

Nima Naderi

http://www.tennisconnected.com

Founder and Creative Director of TennisConnected.com. He has over 25 years of coaching experience and is an award winning coach with the PTR. Nima has written articles for the ATPWorldTour.com, TennisCanada.com, TennisViewMagazine and Tennis Pro Magazine. He is also the co-host of the TennisConnected PodCast, the Operations Director for Premium Court and the Tournament Director for the Caribbean Cup Tennis Series.

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2 thoughts on “PODCAST: Reviewing Madrid and looking forward to Rome

  1. No recap of the women’s final in Madrid?

    Federer’s number two because he earned more points than Murray at the mandatory events, Grand Slams and WTF.

    The Australian team has not been selected yet. Tomic and Kyrgios have been warned that if they don’t behave they won’t be selected. Tomic has signed on to the new tournament in Cabos San Lucas which is happening the same week of the Olympics and he hinted earlier that he may go to Rio because there are no points on offer. He’s the defending title points for winning Bogota last year.

  2. Thank you for the insight, Amy Bee. As our focus does continue to be with the ATP, we do make every effort to include the WTA as well. With that said, this was one of our longest podcasts at 38 minutes because of back to back weeks. Thanks again and we’ll address the WTA next week in more detail.

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