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Championship Sunday Recap and 2019 Preview

After taking half a day and a good night’s rest to reflect on yesterday’s match, I keep hearing the same phrase come up in conversation: most exciting match I’ve ever seen in person. I said that directly after the match and here nearly a day later I haven’t changed my mind. Jason Jung and Dominik … Continue reading "Championship Sunday Recap and 2019 Preview"

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Semifinal Recap and Championship Preview

It’s here! Championship Sunday is mere hours away. In order to get there we started today with our second doubles semifinal. In complete opposite fashion to the singles draw, the doubles had all 4 top seeds make it into the semis. With second seeded Luke Bambridge and Joe Salisbury into the final already, all that … Continue reading "Semifinal Recap and Championship Preview"

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Friday Recap and Semifinal Saturday Preview

9 hours of tennis on Kunal Patel Stadium Court today and almost every player looked as if they could make the final on Sunday. That wasn’t surprising given we’re down to the final 8, where seeded players are usually starting to meet up. What was surprising was that we had no seed vs seed matchups … Continue reading "Friday Recap and Semifinal Saturday Preview"

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Thursday Recap and Friday Preview

It was yet another day of tight matches and tiebreaks today at the KPSF Open. In the opening singles match of the day Dennis Novikov looked like he might not continue the form that led him to beat the number one seed in the first round. He dropped the first set 5-7 to Daniel Galan … Continue reading "Thursday Recap and Friday Preview"

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Wednesday Recap and Thursday Preview

Wednesday at the KPSF Open was a day of clutch performances from nearly every match winner, the tension is soaring as we head into the final four days of the tournament. Up first on Kunal Patel Stadium Court was former Stanford #1 Bradley Klahn against fellow American Mitchell Krueger. With so many US players advancing … Continue reading "Wednesday Recap and Thursday Preview"

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2018 Entry List Released

The Kunal Patel San Francisco Open will be home to a field full of young American talent in 2018. Among them, 20-year-old Michael Mmoh will be looking to improve on his 2017 KPSF semi-final result with a win. Mmoh has had an impressive start to 2018 with a win over world No. 33 Mischa Zverev … Continue reading "2018 Entry List Released"

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2018 KPSF Open Preview

After a successful inaugural year on the ATP Challenger Tour, the KPSF Open is back for 2018!  The 2017 reviews could not have been better, with atpworldtour.com calling the event a “smashing success.”  KPSF Open alumni players had a fantastic season as well, posting wins over top-10 world ranked players five times, including a victory … Continue reading "2018 KPSF Open Preview"

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