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The Frogs will be the 10th seed and will host Arizona State (again), Miami and Harvard (who we'll play in the first round) this weekend.  UNC's H2H over us apparently made the difference for the 9th seed.  There will be no re-shuffling or re-seeding - the bracket is the bracket is the bracket.  If we win our regional, we are projected to face Mississippi State again (and Nuno Borges).  Alex Rybakov was interviewed at length by Andy Katz on the selection show.  We are not in Ohio State's half of the bracket, but we are in Texas and Baylor's half.  More analysis (obviously) to follow.

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TCU's first round match against Harvard is historically significant in that it will definitively determine, for all of eternity, which school is academically superior.  The Crimson are 18-7 on the season, 5-3 in the Ivy League, with W's over Auburn, Vanderbilt, Penn State, Boston University, Western Michigan, Brown, Princeton, Memphis, Williams, San Diego State, Princeton (again), Boston College, Quinnipiac, Princeton (again), Penn, Yale, Brown and Cornell and L's to Buffalo, Alabama, Northwestern, Penn, Tulane, Columbia and Dartmouth.  Our only common opponents were Tulane and Columbia, who we beat and to whom they lost.  Their usual line-up includes Robert Wrezinski (Lithuania), Andy Zhou (Palo Alto), Brian Shi  (New York), Harry Walker (New York), Steven Sun (New York) and Lane Leschly (California).  Logan Webber (North Carolina) also plays on their #1 doubles team.  The Scott Mead '77 Head Coach for Harvard Men's Tennis (they even have endowed chairs for their coaches) is Andrew Rueb (Harvard '95) who has been The Scott Mead '77 Head Coach For Harvard Men's Tennis for 12 years - he has a degree in psychology and Master's degrees in religion and literature from Harvard Divinity School and Boston University.  While playing for the Crimson, Rueb was the Ivy League Player of the Year twice in the 90's.

 

Harvard barely got in to the tourney - Slam Tennis had them on their bubble for weeks and listed them as one of the Last 4 In.  But that doesn't necessarily mean that they're one of the weakest teams in the field - they got an at-large bid and are ranked 38th, so they are actually a lot stronger than some of the tournament champs that also got in.  On the other hand, teams that didn't get a ticket to the Dance, like LSU and BYU, arguably have stronger overall records.  We'll be favored at home and should win, but stranger things have happened...

 

My impressions of the Selection Show: Andy Katz, who was let go by ESPN but found a home with NCAA.com, is principally a basketball guy.  Nonetheless, he was given the opportunity to interrupt the run-down of the brackets multiple times and conduct nonsensical interviews constantly, whilst continuously waving his arms in a never-ending fashion.  This was particularly annoying because TCU was in the last revealed bracket and Frog fans (uh, me) had to put up with the inanities throughout.  They interviewed the Buckeye coach, the Cavalier coach, Brandon Holt (USC) and Oliver Crawford (Florida) at length, but the saving grace was that the last interviewee was Alex Rybakov.  Holt, Crawford and (unfortunately) Rybo all need to learn that saying "I mean" repeatedly is not a particularly effective communication tool nor a good practice in an interview.  Crawford needs to learn to lick his lips about a dozen times fewer per interview and also not to rotate his swivel chair constantly while being interviewed.  Katz seems well acquainted with Holt's family (Tracey Austin is his Mom) but, in my view, needs to learn a bit more about college tennis...  

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As in prior years, Slam Tennis is conducting a nationwide bracket challenge where entrants will compete for various prizes.  In past years, I've encouraged others to enter, but no one ever does, so I guess I'll submit the Froghorn's entry and see how we do.  As usual, I've picked TCU to win the whole thing (in a thrilling 4-3 final over Ohio State which will take precisely 178 minutes to complete - those are the tie-breakers), so if we end up losing, I will too.  It's really easy to do - just go to Slam Tennis and it'll only take a few minutes.  I'm predicting form will basically hold and we'll end up beating Harvard, Miami, Mississippi State, Texas, Florida and Ohio State.  I actually think we'll get out of our regional but will lose to Mississippi State in Starkville.  Prove me wrong Alex and Ali and Reese and Bert and Luc and Sander!

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If our entry wins, J, you get to keep all the fabulous prizes and money!

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The singles and doubles selections for the NCAA's were done earlier today and Alex Rybakov and Alastair Gray are both into the singles draw and Rybo/AG and Bertus Kruger and Reese Stalder received at large selections for the doubles competition as well. By being selected, all 4 of them automatically become All Americans for the year.  Alex will be the #4 seed in singles and should have a decent chance to advance far.  Ali earned an at large berth and hopefully will receive a good draw.  The singles and doubles competition will be held after the team competition is concluded in Lake Nona, so even if the team doesn't advance that far, at least 4 Frogs will be headed there anyway.

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Bobby Knight at collegetennistoday has described TCU's regional (along with Baylor's) as the toughest in the tournament because, based on rankings, it includes what should have been #'s 2, 3 and 3 seeds.  This is because the committee tried to make many of the regionals truly regional, with, for example, one Florida regional with all Florida teams and one California regional with all California teams.  Our regional was instead a catchall, with teams from Arizona, Florida and Massachusetts.  Basically, this is because Harvard, as explained above, is not truly a #4 seed and should have been somewhere else as a #3 seed.  So we didn't get a huge break from the committee and "might" be disadvantaged somewhat.  But it's not egregious.

 

The top seeds in singles are: (1) Nuno Borges (Mississippi State); (2) J.J. Wolf (Ohio State - he was undefeated all year until the Big10 tourney); (3) Carl Soderlund (Virginia); (4) Alex Rybakov (TCU); (5) Paul Jubb (South Carolina); (6) Brandon Holt (USC); (7) Christian Sigsgaard (Texas); and (8) Aleksandar Kovasevic  (Illinois).  Then, there are 8 players who have been designated as #9-16 seeds and the remainder are all designated as "at large" selections.  There are also a number of alternates, who will play if there are injuries or, as with Cam Norrie 2 years ago, a player withdraws.  The actual draw will be announced later.

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The Big 12 announced the various post-season awards yesterday.  Alex Rybakov was named co-Player of the Year (with Christian Sigsgaard of Texas), he was named the #1 singles champ, he was named to the All Big 12 First team and he and Alastair Gray were named to the All Big 12 Second team in doubles.  Alastair Gray was named to the All Big 12 Second team in both doubles and singles.  And Sander Jong was named the #6 singles champ (effectively the best player at the #6 position).  Bruce Berque of Texas was named Coach of the Year; Matej Vocel of Oklahoma State was named the Newcomer of the Year and Adian Boitan of Baylor was named the Freshman of the Year.

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Nick Chappell won his first-round ITF match at Vero Beach against qualifier Isaiah Strode this morning 6-4, 7-6 (6). He's scheduled to face fifth-seeded Peruvian (and Dukeian) Nicolas Alvarez on Friday.

 

Edit: Oops! I was mistaken about the date for the Chappell-Alvarez match. It was today also. Nick lost 6-7, 1-6 to the favored Peruvian. 

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The NCAA's against Harvard is on!  The doubles line-up is Rybo/Gray v. Weber/Zhou; Kruger/Stalder v. Shi/Wrezinski; and Fomba/Jong v. Morrow/Walker.

 

And early on, it's Rybo/Gray 1-all; Kruger/Stalder 2-1; and Fomba/Jong  2-1.

Arizona State beat Miami earlier today, so they're our next opponent if we can win.  Rybo/Gray 2-1; Kruger/Stalder 2-all; Fomba/Jong 2-all.

Other upsets were Vandy over Notre Dame, UCSB over Tech and South Alabama over Tulane.  R/G 3-1!; K/S 3-all; F/J 3-all.

Which makes me 42nd so far in the bracket challenge.  Rybo/Gray 4-1!; Kruger/Stalder 4-3; Fomba/Jong 3-all.

Rybo and Ali take their set 6-1!!  Kruger/Stalder 5-4; Fomba/Jong 4-all.

Reese and Bertus take their set 6-4!!  And it's TCU 1 Harvard 0!!

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The singles line-up will be Rybakov v. Zhou (it's usually Wrezinski); Gray v. Wrezinski; Stalder v. Shi; Kruger v. Walker; Fomba v. Sun and Jong v. Leschly.

 

And they're off!  Rybo 1-0; Gray 2-0; Stalder 1-all; Kruger 0-0; Fomba 2-1; Jong 0-0.  (Jenson Brooksby entered the challenge under his own name and so far he's 5th).

Rybakov 2-1; Gray 2-love; Stalder 2-1; Kruger 1-2; Fomba 2-1; Jong still showing scoreless.

Jong is scoreless because they moved indoors because of the rain and there's only 5 indoor courts.  Rybo 2-all; Gray 2-1; Widow 2-1; Bert 1-2; Luc 1-3.

Rybakov 3-2; Gray 3-1; Stalder 2-all; Kruger 2-4; Fomba 1-4.  Too close...

Rybo 4-2 and up a break!; AG 4-1! Stalder 3-2; but Kruger 2-5 and Fomba 2-4.

Ali takes his 1st set 6-1!!; Alex 5-2; Reese 4-2 and up a break; but Bert 3-5 and Luc 2-5.

Kruger falls 3-6 in his 1st; Rybo 5-3; Gray just starting his 2nd; Stalder 4-3; Fomba 4-5.

Rybo takes his first set 6-3!; Ali 2-0 in his 2nd; Reese 5-3; Kruger 1-0 in his 2nd; Luc storms back to tie it at 5-all!!

Widow takes his first set 6-3!!  Rybo just starting his 2nd; Gray 2-0 in his 2nd; Kruger 1-0 in his 2nd; Fomba up 6-5!  Looking very good.

Woo hoo!  Luc Fomba was down 2-5 but just won his first set 7-5!

 

All 2nd sets now.  We won 4 of them and only need 3.  Rybo 1-all; Gray 3-1; Stalder 1-0; Kruger 3-2; Fomba just starting...

Rybakov 1-2; Gray 4-2; Stalder 2-love; Kruger 3-2; Fomba 1-all.

Rybo 2-all; Ali 4-2; Widow 3-love!; Bertus 3-4; Luc 1-2.

The Crimson are fighting back a little.  Rybakov 2-3; Gray 5-3; Stalder 3-1; Kruger 3-5; Fomba 2-all.

It was just a mini-rally.  Rybo 3-all; Gray 5-3; Stalder 4-1; Kruger 3-5; Fomba 3-2.

Kruger falls 3-6, 3-6 and it's all square - TCU 1 Harvard 1.

Harvard still fighting.  Rybakov 3-4; Gray 5-4; Stalder 4-2; Fomba 3-all.

Rybo 4-all; Widow 5-2; Luc 4-3; Sander just starting his 1st set...

Alastair Gray wins 6-1, 6-4 and it's TCU 2 Harvard 1! 

Rybo 4-all; Widow 5-2; Luc 5-3; Sander just starting his 1st...

Alex 5-4; Reese 5-2; Luc 5-3; Sander 0-1 in his 1st...

Reese Stalder wins 6-3, 6-2!  It's TCU 3 Harvard 1!  Just one more!

And Fomba wins 7-5, 6-3!!  TCU wins 4-1 and advances to the Round of 32 against Arizona State!

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So it's Arizona State again for a ticket to the super-regionals.  The Sun Devils are ranked 27th and they swept Miami 4-0 yesterday with ease by taking a close doubles point then winning at the #4 #5 and #6 spots.  We've gotten to know them fairly well this season, playing them in the Tempe Collegiate Cup in an exhibition and then hosting/beating (4-3) them later in the season.  Their players are Nathan Ponwith, Dominik Kellovsky, Justin Roberts, Tim Ruehl, Andrea Bolla and Makey Rakatomalala.  All of the national seeds won yesterday - 14 of them by 4-0 - and we were one of the only teams that even lost a point.  Rain hampered many regionals and the A&M regional was effectively rained out because they have no indoor courts, so they and OU will now play today and tomorrow.  Today should be sunny in Ft. Worth and the matches should be outside - they started outdoors yesterday and then it started to pour a couple of minutes later.  The matches will start at 4:00 - unfortunately, I'll be at work and will only find out the results later.  Roditi is apparently expecting that Mississippi State will win their regional because he stated that this will be the last chance to see the Frogs at home - that's probably the case but not necessarily  - Mississippi State currently leads South Alabama 1-0.  We're certainly favored, but upsets do happen...  Common opponents were UCLA, A&M and Oklahoma State - ASU lost all 3; we were 4-1 against that group.  They're only 4-12 against the Top 25; we're 10-5.  Their overall record is only 14-13.  We should win, but it might be very close.

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The Frogs punched their ticket to the Sweet 16 today at the Friedman with a fairly convincing 4-1 W over the Arizona State Sun Devils.  This moves our overall season record to 21-6 and finished off the home season at 14-2.  The Frogs won the doubles point with W's by Rybo/Gray and Fomba/Jong on Courts 1 and 3. Then, in singles, Jong won 6-4, 6-3, Rybo won 6-3, 6-4 and Fomba finished it off with a W on Court 5.  Only Stalder lost his singles match.  Next up will be the Mississippi State Bulldogs next Saturday in Starkville at the super-regional.  This will be the Frogs 5th consecutive Sweet 16 appearance, which is a pretty good indication that, under Roditi, we are a consistent national power.

 

Around the country, all national seeds won with the lone exception of our Nemesis from 3 years ago - Cal - beating our Nemesis from last year - Illinois - for the right to go to Austin to face the Longhorns next weekend.  And one regional remains to be completed tomorrow in College Station where the Sooners will battle the Aggies.  The winner of our match against Mississippi State will then face the winner of the Texas-Cal match in the quarters at Lake Nona in 2 weeks.  In the Slam Tennis bracket challenge, the Froghorn entry is tied for 47th - I just missed a few, but am 5 points behind the nation's leader , Bobby Knight of collegetennistoday.  Benedict Brooksby is 8th.

 

We've faced Mississippi State twice this season - in Tempe and in Chicago - and won both, but I'm not all that confident with having to go to their house and win a 3rd time.  Their star is Nuno Borges - the #1 player.  I actually saw us play them in Chicago and am fairly familiar with them.  It'll certainly be a tough match.  (more pre-analysis to follow).

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Okay, so the supers are all set with the exception of the winner of OU v. A&M (OU currently leads 3-2, but is trailing in the remaining two matches) and they are:

 

#16 Columbia at #1 Ohio State

#9 North Carolina at #8 USC

#12 Stanford at #5 Virginia

A&M/OU winner at #4 Wake Forest

#14 Tennessee at #3 Florida

#11 UCLA at #6 Baylor

#10 TCU at #7 Mississippi State

California at #2 Texas

 

So far, there are 3 Big 12 teams, 3 ACC teams, 3 SEC teams, 4 Pac 12 teams, 1 Ivy league team and 1 Big 10 team, and the OU-A&M winner will determine whether the SEC or the Big 12 ties the Pac 12 for most teams.  The higher seeds will be favored, but at this stage in the tourney, there are usually some upsets.  They're all scheduled for next Saturday - the first-ever super-regional weekend for the NCAA tennis tourney.

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OU v. A&M is a real thriller - it's now tied 3-all and Beiler (OU) just took Schacter (A&M) to a 3rd set deciding tie-breaker on Court 5 to determine who moves on and whose season ends. 

 

Wow! 6-all in the breaker.  Noah Schacter (the Aggie freshman) had a 6-3 lead, but Mason Beiler just saved 3 straight match points for the super-regional!

7-all!

Down go the Aggies!  Beiler (an OU freshman) saves 4 match points and takes OU to the supers with a thrilling 4-3 win over A&M (6-2, 4-6, 7-6 (9-7)).  Too bad for the Aggie freshman!  The Big 12 ties the Pac 12 for most teams in the supers!

 

Beiler actually saved 7 match points in the final set and really played a gutsy clincher.  This was the match of the tourney so far by far!  Beiler is the hero of the day.  It screwed my bracket up (I had A&M winning) but who cares?

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The reason Mississippi State is higher ranked and is favored at home against TCU on Saturday is because they are 19-3, they won the SEC tournament championship and their overall record is just more impressive despite the fact that we beat them in Chicago (4-1) and Tempe in an exhibition.  Their W's include Wichita State, Arizona, Miami, USF, Tech, Tulane, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Vanderbilt, Kentucky, South Carolina, Alabama, Auburn, Tennessee, Georgia, Arkansas, Mississippi, A&M, LSU, Vanderbilt (again),  South Carolina (again), Tennessee (again), Alabama State and South Alabama.  They've won 14 in a row.  They haven't lost a point yet in the NCAA's.  Their only L's are to TCU, Baylor and Florida (which was on 3/10).  They are undefeated (12-0) at home in Starkville.  They are 8-3 against the Top 25 and 12-0 against teams ranked 26-50.  Nuno Borges is the #1 ranked singles player in the country (just passing J.J. Wolf on the last week of the season) and is seeded #1   Slam Tennis says that their schedule strength is the #1 in the country.  Borges and Strahinja Rakic are the #3 doubles team in the country.  They just don't lose much - they are clearly a legit contender for the national championship.  Their usual singles line-up is #1 Borges (Portugal), #61 Giovanni Oradini (Italy), Rakic (Serbia), Niclas Braun (Germany), Trevor Foshey (Florida) and Florian Broska (Germany) and their doubles line-up is #3 Borges/Rakic, #32 Braun/Oradini and Foshey/Gregor Ramskogler (Austria).  Most of them were the top junior players in their respective countries.  Their head coach is Matt Roberts, in his 5th season (7th overall at MSU; 9th overall as a coach), who has turned the Bulldogs into a national power, winning their first SEC title since 1996 last year and making the quarters at the NCAA's since 1998 as well.  Roberts played at Arkansas (2003-06) and also coached at Arkansas-Little Rock and Michigan State.  Obviously, he's known for his recruiting.

 

Nonetheless, Slam Tennis only rates them as a 55% favorite, the closest of all the supers.  This is probably because of the H2H record.  Back in February, they took the doubles point when Borges/Rakic beat Rybo/Gray 7-6 (7-5) and Foshey/Ramskogler beat Fomba/Jong 6-2, but then we jumped all over them in singles, getting W's from Jong over Broska, Fomba over Foshey, Kruger over Braun and Stalder over Rakic.  Rybo and Borges were 6-6 in the 3rd and Gray and Oradini had also split sets and were at 2-3 when play ended.  Like us, the Bulldogs are not a good indoors team and that might have been the difference (they lost to Baylor the next day), but their recap says that their problem was that they were serving poorly and we weren't.  I expect we'll lose the doubles point, but if we can win that, our chances seem good.  If not, we really need the same kind of performance from the bottom of the line-up that we got in Chicago and it sure would be nice if #4 Alex could beat #1 Nuno.  Roditi says that it will be an "absolute war."  Can we beat them yet again?  In Starkville where they haven't lost all season?

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Alex Rybakov was named the TCU Pop Boone Male Athlete of the Year (for the second time) and the Dutch Meyer Male Scholar Athlete of the Year as well.  Not bad.  It'll be sad to see him leave TCU.

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Not all ACC schools have been doing well in tennis - Clemson decided not to renew head coach John Boetch's contract after 3 losing seasons today.  In other news, the ITA summer circuit, which is supposed to be where college players play during the summer but isn't because most players want to earn money instead on the pro circuit, has decided to pay prize money starting this year in order to compete.  The money isn't much, but then again, the money on the Transition Tour is non-existent and you really have to advance deep in order to make much money on the Futures tour, so this is a step towards trying to get more top players to play the ITA summer events.  We'll see if it works.

 

Bobby Knight's preview of our super focuses on what he describes as a real "gem" of a match between Rybo and Borges.  Nuno has only lost 6 sets all year and is 24-0 in dual match play, but one of those was to Alex in Chicago.  This is probably the match of Rybo's college career - hopefully, he'll be up for it.  He also focuses on Stalder and Kruger not being as effective in recent weeks as they were earlier in the season.  And he also notes that Chicago was indoors and this one won't be.  If you look just at the UTR's, TCU should be favored, but virtually all the other stats favor MSU.  He's predicting MSU will win 4-2.

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TCU vs Miss State could be the best match of the super regionals along with USC vs UNC. I would be surprised if it isn't a 4-3 thriller.

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Yeah, TCU's match and the Trojan/Tarheel match are the closest rated by the various commentators.  This week's episode of Horned Frogs Nation focused more on the tennis team than any previous edition.  Both Alastair Gray and David Roditi were on set and interviewed by Alexa Shaw and they discussed Alex Rybakov's career and recent awards in depth.  Ali said that he'd be sorry to Alex graduate because they've been roommates for nearly 3 years and have developed a special chemistry on the court that he'll miss.  According to Ali, the doubles point will be key.  Roditi warned of how tough it is to win on the road in StarkVegas, but said that playing there is a great example of college tennis at its best.  Roditi also disclaimed all credit for coaching the team and basically credited Devin Bowen with all the good things that have happened - he also said that he feels enormous pressure from his fellow ex-players to keep TCU at the elite level of college tennis.  Tomorrow's match is scheduled for 1:00 - it might rain...

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Two of the super-regionals occurred tonight rather than tomorrow and form held as Baylor defeated UCLA 4-1 and Wake Forest defeated Oklahoma 4-1 as well.  So now, there are only 14 teams remaining and TCU is one of them with a shot at the NCAA title.  But all depends on what happens tomorrow in StarkVegas.  Roditi tweeted tonight that it's been raining down there all day and that the weather system might not be completely gone by tomorrow, so there's a good chance that it could be played indoors.  Normally, in my view, that's always a bad sign for TCU tennis, but based on what happened in Chicago indoors, I'm thinking that rain and inclement weather may actually be our friend because the crowd will be diminished and we might actually be a better indoor team than the Bulldogs.  Otherwise, they'll expect a raucous crowd that will be chanting "Hail What?! Hail State" all day.  We'll see what happens - the anticipation and excitement is building!!

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In case anyone cares, the Froghorn entry is now tied for 39th in the bracket challenge, which is in the top 23%.  A LOT rides on tomorrow though - the Frogs must win for that entry to perform well.  We've passed that traitor Benedict Brooksby though; amazingly, for some reason, he picked Baylor to lose rather than advance with a win.  There's another brooksby though (brother? father?) with whom we're tied.  Bobby Knight of collegetennistoday continues to lead the nation ...

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9 hours ago, Jared said:

the Froghorn entry is now tied for 39th in the bracket challenge, which is in the top 23%

All those fabulous prizes are YOURS if our entry prevails, Jared! YOURS!

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Okay, it's time to stop writing previews of this thang and get on with it.  Our match will start is less than an hour.  Already, Florida has taken the doubles point from Tennessee and Virginia has also won the doubles point from Stanford.  And Ohio State is looking they'll beat Columbia.  So far, then, no upsets in the supers.  Maybe ours will be the first.  The doubles line-ups will be as expected: (1) Rybakov/Gray v. Borges/Rakic; (2) Stalder/Kruger v. Braun/Oradini; and (3) Fomba/Jong v. Foshey/Ramskogler.

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