On this page we have video updates with the scores and results for the Australian players competing on the ATP, WTA and ITF tours. All the results are for the current week are listed on the homepage and past weeks are linked to from the home page.
15 August 2018 results
Rob Keating: Hello its Rob from robiciatennis.com with the latest Australian tennis results.
We have seen at the Cincinnati Masters Nick Kyrgios defeat Borna Coric in a three-set match he won the first set in a tie-break, nothing new for Nick Kygios but then he lost the second set 6-0 . He managed to come back from that and win the third set 6-3 to move on to the next round. He plays Del Potro or Chung in the quarter-finals.
Ash Barty also had a good win. She beat Kai Kanepi from Estonia and that was a7-5, 6-3 win, she's now going to play the winner of Halep and Tomljanovic which is currently underway. That was in the premier level event at Cincinnati. In the ATP Challenger event in Vancouver, we saw Jason Kubler, who has been awarded a wild-card into the US Open. Jason Kubler beat Borna Gojo from Croatia6-4, 7-5.
Thanasi Kokkinakis withdrew from his round match against Frenchman Gregoire Barrere so he is out of the tournament through injury. Over in South Korea we saw Blake Ellis lose to Makoto Ochi from Japan 7-5, 6-1 that's in the $50,000 Gwangju Open.
In the USA futures $25,000 event Andrew Harris has moved into the quarterfinals where he'll play Axel Geller, that comes after he defeated Trent Bryde from the USA 6-4, 6-7(5), 6-4.
In China at the F12 futures $15,000 event we've got Jeremy Beale who defeated Olly Sadler and will play Anirudh Chandrasekar from India in the next round.
In Germany the F12 futures we saw Nicolas Horton lose to Ivan Gakhov from Russia and in Serbia Harrison Lombe lost to Simone Roncalli 6-1, 6-1 and in the ITF women's we've just got one female player and that's Naiktha Bains who defeated Chinese Taipei's player Hua-Chen Lee 6-4, 3-6, 6-3.
So out of 29 Australians that started in the ATP WTA and ITF events in the singles, we are now down to 12 and that could change shortly as there's matches in progress. So to keep up to date with the scores check out Robiciatennis.com. On the homepage we've got all the Australian tennis results and they're updated frequently. So that's all for now.
14 August 2018 results
Rob Keating: Hello it's Rob from robiciatennis.com and we have seen the qualifying done and dusted for the week.
It's a new week where we have Australians taking part in the ITF, WTA and ATP events across Europe Asia and North America. The big one is the Cincinnati Masters for the men and the Premier Five level event for the women in Cincinnati, and we have Nick Kyrgios playing in the men's Ash Barty, Daria Gavrilova and Ajla Tomjanovich who came through qualifying.
We've also got two challenger events with Australians playing in them. One's in Vancouver and we have Mark Polmans, Alex Bolt, Jason Kubler and Thanasi Kokkinakis along with Jordan Thompson playing in that one. Over in South Korea, we've got Alexei Popyrin looking to back up from his great win last week, got Bradley Mousley, Maverick Banes, Blake Ellis and Akira Santillan. Playing in ITF events on the men's tour we have over in Romania Scott Puodziunas in the USA f23 futures we've got Andrew Harris over in China we've got Jeremy Beale as the only Australian in that one, in Germany the f12 $15,000 futures we've got Nicolas Horton playing well so got William Ma, Edward Bourchier, Aaron Addison and Alexander Babanine playing in Gimcheon $15,000 ITF event, and with the women there's not that many playing.
We've got Isabelle Wallace who's already lost their first-round match playing in Spain in a $25,000 level event. In Thailand we've got Destanee Aiava, Naiktha Bains and Kayla Mcphee all playing today and in the Netherlands the final tournament of the ITF we have Alana Parnaby playing.
So after last week where we saw Thanasi Kokkinakis and Alexei Popyrin win Challenger titles, we also had Ash Barty and John Peers winning prestigious level tournaments in doubles. So to follow the results, Australian tennis results for this week Robiciatennis.com for the Australian tennis results from around the world covering ATP, WTA, and ITF events.