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$25.000 Cairns (AUS)

Cairns Tennis International



https://www.tennis.com.au/tournaments/pro-tournaments/australian-pro-tour/cairns

Surface: Hard - Outdoor

Last Year Winners

2010 ($25k) : (8)Ana-Clara Duarte (BRA) d. (7)Noppawan Lertcheewakarn (THA) 63 36 62
2011 ($25k) : (6)Casey Dellacqua (AUS) d. Sandra Zaniewska (POL) 64 76(3)
2012 ($25k) : (1)Sacha Jones (AUS) d. (5)Ling Zhang (HKG) 60 62
2013 ($15k) : (2)Azra Hadzic (AUS) d. (4)Jessica Moore (AUS) 63 36 62
2014 ($15k) : Ayaka Okuno (JPN) d. (Q)Ellen Allgurin (SWE) 61 75
2015 ($25k) : Dalma Galfi (HUN) d. (Q)Olivia Tjandramulia (AUS) 64 67(9) 61
2016 ($25k) : Olivia Rogowska (AUS) d. (6)Viktoria Kuzmova (SVK) 61 75
2017 ($25k) : (2)Olivia Rogowska (AUS) d. (7)Abigail Tere-Apisah (PNG) 16 62 62
2018 ($25k) : (4)Astra Sharma (AUS) d. (3)Destanee Aiava (AUS) 06 76(5) 61



Acceptance List


2019 Draws

Singles Qualifying Draw


(1)Masa Jovanovic (AUS) v BYE
Darcy Parke (AUS) d. Nessa Pratt (AUS) 63 76(4)

(2)Laura Ashley (AUS) v BYE
Yui Chikaraishi (JPN) d. Natalie Barbir (AUS) 62 46 10-7

(3)Isabella Bozicevic (AUS) v BYE
Sarah Prescott (AUS) d. Lauren Djani (AUS) 75 60

(4)Olivia Symons (AUS) d. Cyan Sun (AUS) 61 26 10-5
Mary Ann Liu (AUS) d. (9)Nakisa Djamshidi (AUS) 62 36 10-8

Noelleda Ah San (AUS) d. (5)Amelia Stuart (GBR) 64 62
Monique Barry (NZL) d. (7)Tully Richter (AUS) 61 62

Sasha Nelson (AUS) d. (6)Alexandra Cannizzaro (AUS) 76(3) 20 Ret.
(8)Chiara Di Tommaso (AUS) d. (wc)Shante Lai (AUS) 61 62

Qualifying Round

(1)Masa Jovanovic (AUS) d. Darcy Parke (AUS) 62 61
Yui Chikaraishi (JPN) d. (2)Laura Ashley (AUS) 63 64
(3)Isabella Bozicevic (AUS) d. Sarah Prescott (AUS) 60 60
(4)Olivia Symons (AUS) d. Mary Ann Liu (AUS) 62 46 10-8
Monique Barry (NZL) d. Noelleda Ah San (AUS) 64 61
(8)Chiara Di Tommaso (AUS) d. Sasha Nelson (AUS) 64 64

Singles Main Draw

(1)Maddison Inglis (AUS) d. Gabriella Da Silva Fick (AUS) 62 62
Alexandra Osborne (AUS) d. (Q)Olivia Symons (AUS) 75 75
Alicia Smith (AUS) d. (Q)Chiara Di Tommaso (AUS) 75 61
(8)Haruna Arakawa (JPN) d. Sara Tomic (AUS) 75 46 76(6)

(3)Asia Muhammad (USA) d. Alexandra Bozovic (AUS) 62 62
Miyabi Inoue (JPN) d. Ivana Popovic (AUS) 63 64
(Q)Yui Chikaraishi (JPN) d. Nagi Hanatani (JPN) 36 61 62
(5)Chieh-Yu Hsu (TPE) d. (Q)Masa Jovanovic (AUS) 75 64

Michika Ozeki (JPN) d. (7)Abbie Myers (AUS) 63 64
Ramu Ueda (JPN) d. (Q)Monique Barry (NZL) 62 63
Risa Ushijima (JPN) d. (wc)Amber Marshall (AUS) 76(5) 64
(4)Zuzana Zlochova (SVK) d. Magali Kempen (BEL) 62 64

(6)Tereza Mihalikova (SVK) d. (Q)Isabella Bozicevic (AUS) 63 62
Emily Fanning (NZL) d. Alana Parnaby (AUS) 26 75 61
Paige Hourigan (NZL) d. Noa Liauw A Fong (NED) 46 64 61
(2)Olivia Rogowska (AUS) d. Mai Minokoshi (JPN) 62 64

Second Round

(1)Maddison Inglis (AUS) d. Alexandra Osborne (AUS) 62 63
(8)Haruna Arakawa (JPN) d. Alicia Smith (AUS) 46 63 75

(3)Asia Muhammad (USA) d. Miyabi Inoue (JPN) 57 61 63
(Q)Yui Chikaraishi (JPN) d. (5)Chieh-Yu Hsu (TPE) 62 61

Michika Ozeki (JPN) d. Ramu Ueda (JPN) 64 46 60
(4)Zuzana Zlochova (SVK) d. Risa Ushijima (JPN) 63 64

(6)Tereza Mihalikova (SVK) d. Emily Fanning (NZL) 61 61
(2)Olivia Rogowska (AUS) d. Paige Hourigan (NZL) 61 75

Quarterfinal

(1)Maddison Inglis (AUS) d. (8)Haruna Arakawa (JPN) 63 62
(3)Asia Muhammad (USA) d. (Q)Yui Chikaraishi (JPN) 62 63

(4)Zuzana Zlochova (SVK) d. Michika Ozeki (JPN) 63 63
(2)Olivia Rogowska (AUS) d. (6)Tereza Mihalikova (SVK) 63 63

Semifinal

(3)Asia Muhammad (USA) d. (1)Maddison Inglis (AUS) 64 60
(4)Zuzana Zlochova (SVK) d. (2)Olivia Rogowska (AUS) 62 64

Final

(3)Asia Muhammad (USA) d. (4)Zuzana Zlochova (SVK) 62 62

Doubles Main Draw

(1)Inglis/Muhammad (AUS/USA) d. Bozovic/Tomic (AUS/AUS) 75 64
Bozicevic/Osborne (AUS/AUS) d. Ashley/Marshall (AUS/AUS) 75 75
(3)Mihalikova/Rogowska (SVK/AUS) d. (wc)Ah San/Pratt (AUS/AUS) 62 60
Ueda/Ushijima (JPN/JPN) d. Di Tommaso/Symons (AUS/AUS) 62 60

Liauw A Fong/Popovic (NED/AUS) d. Barry/Jovanovic (NZL/AUS) 76(5) 26 10-7
Da Silva Fick/Kempen (AUS/BEL) d. (4)Parnaby/Smith (AUS/AUS) 63 61
Fanning/Myers (NZL/AUS) d. Djamshidi/Sun (AUS/AUS) 63 62
Minokoshi/Ozeki (JPN/JPN) d. (2)Arakawa/Hsu (JPN/TPE) 63 64

Quarterfinal

(1)Inglis/Muhammad (AUS/USA) d. Bozicevic/Osborne (AUS/AUS) 64 64
Ueda/Ushijima (JPN/JPN) d. (3)Mihalikova/Rogowska (SVK/AUS) 62 36 14-12

Liauw A Fong/Popovic (NED/AUS) d. Da Silva Fick/Kempen (AUS/BEL) 16 76(3) 11-9
Fanning/Myers (NZL/AUS) d. Minokoshi/Ozeki (JPN/JPN) 76(0) 36 10-4

Semifinal

(1)Inglis/Muhammad (AUS/USA) d. Ueda/Ushijima (JPN/JPN) 75 63
Fanning/Myers (NZL/AUS) d. Liauw A Fong/Popovic (NED/AUS) 67(7) 63 10-7

Final

Fanning/Myers (NZL/AUS) d. (1)Inglis/Muhammad (AUS/USA) 26 76(2) 10-7
 

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Re: W25 Cairns (AUS) 2019 | Sep 16 (Qualifying Draw)

Singles Main Draw

(1)Maddison Inglis (AUS) v Gabriella Da Silva Fick (AUS)
(Q)Olivia Symons (AUS) v Alexandra Osborne (AUS)
(Q)Chiara Di Tommaso (AUS) v Alicia Smith (AUS)
(8)Haruna Arakawa (JPN) v Sara Tomic (AUS)

(3)Asia Muhammad (USA) v Alexandra Bozovic (AUS)
Ivana Popovic (AUS) v Miyabi Inoue (JPN)
Nagi Hanatani (JPN) v (Q)Yui Chikaraishi (JPN)
(5)Chieh-Yu Hsu (TPE) v (Q)Masa Jovanovic (AUS)

(7)Abbie Myers (AUS) v Michika Ozeki (JPN)
(Q)Monique Barry (NZL) v Ramu Ueda (JPN)
Risa Ushijima (JPN) v (wc)Amber Marshall (AUS)
(4)Zuzana Zlochova (SVK) v Magali Kempen (BEL)

(6)Tereza Mihalikova (SVK) v (Q)Isabella Bozicevic (AUS)
Emily Fanning (NZL) v Alana Parnaby (AUS)
Paige Hourigan (NZL) v Noa Liauw A Fong (NED)
(2)Olivia Rogowska (AUS) v Mai Minokoshi (JPN)
 

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Arakawa vs Tomic was a crazy match. Haruna was getting pretty vocal towards the end and you could tell Sara was pretty fed up with it. When they shook hands at the end, Sara nearly had her back turned to Haruna and then appeared to fake out the umpire :eek:
 

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Re: W25 Cairns (AUS) 2019 | Sep 16 (Draws)

So glad to see Asia kick off her Australian trip with a great win here. She's not defending Templeton this coming week (playing in Darwin instead), but at least the points that she picked up here will help take some of the pressure off, as she hardly has any other points to defend for the rest of the fall, and she's playing some great tennis right now!
 

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Much needed win for Asia, needs a good run of results here in Australia to get her ranking high enough to secure a spot in Melbourne qualies next year. Good start and hope she can keep it going!
 
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Re: W25 Cairns (AUS) 2019 | Sep 16 (Draws)

So glad to see Asia kick off her Australian trip with a great win here. She's not defending Templeton this coming week (playing in Darwin instead), but at least the points that she picked up here will help take some of the pressure off, as she hardly has any other points to defend for the rest of the fall, and she's playing some great tennis right now!
You obviously didn't watch the doubles final. For most of it she played about as well as someone ranked 500, not 50. She was lucky that nobody was playing particularly well, but Fanning and Myers were definitely superior to her and Inglis over the last half of the match.
 

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Re: W25 Cairns (AUS) 2019 | Sep 16 (Draws)

You obviously didn't watch the doubles final. For most of it she played about as well as someone ranked 500, not 50. She was lucky that nobody was playing particularly well, but Fanning and Myers were definitely superior to her and Inglis over the last half of the match.
In singles. I watched the whole match, and she played fantastic tennis for most of it.
 

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Re: W25 Cairns (AUS) 2019 | Sep 16 (Draws)

Glad to see Asia is staying in Oz for the next few weeks when it would have been very tempting to focus on doubles in Wuhan and Beijing. I still think she can crack the Top 100 with the right schedule and hopefully another couple of big runs can put her on the right track for 2020.
 
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