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🎾 | Kei Nishikori is ranked 43rd in the world ranking.Australian Open quasi-V Medvejeff approaches Nadal with 3rd place rise

Photo Kei Nishikori at the Australian Open

Kei Nishikori is ranked 43rd in the world ranking.Australian Open quasi-V Medvejeff approaches Nadal with 3rd place rise

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And at this week's tournament, Nishioka, Uchiyama, Daniel and Shintaro Mochizuki (Japan) will participate in the "ATP250 Singapore" men's singles.

ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) announced the latest world rankings on the 22nd.Kei Nishikori (Japan / Nissin Foods) said, "Australian Open ... → Continue reading


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Shintaro Mochizuki

Shintaro Mochizuki(Mochizuki Shintaro,2003May 6 -) isJapan OfKanagawaKawasaki CityBoys fromTennis player..Right-handed, backhand is double-handed.2019 Wimbledon Championship(English edition)Won.


2003May 6,KanagawaKawasaki CityBorn in. My father named "Shintaro"Novelist-政治家 OfShintaro IshiharaI named it[1].

He started playing tennis at the age of three, and in five years he participated in the 3nd Dai-ichi Life National Elementary School Tennis Championships and advanced to the semifinals.[2].

When I was 12Morita Tennis FundPassed the selection test ofThe United States of AmericaFlorida OfNick Volterry Tennis AcademyI went to the United States to practice at[1].. 2019,N high schoolEnroll in[3].

2019 French OpenAdvance to the best 4 in junior men's singles[1].2019 Wimbledon ChampionshipIn the junior men's singles, he will win from the 8th seed and advance to the final.No.1 coatIn the final match held in Japan, he won straight 6-3, 6-2 against the opponent and won the junior division singles for the first time as a Japanese male player.[4][5]..As a result, Shintaro Mochizuki became the first Japanese male player to become No. 1 in the junior world ranking.[6][7].. In SeptemberCancunMade inITF Men's CircuitAt the M15 tournament(English edition)Paired with and won the first professional-level tournament in doubles. Held in late September(English edition)Then, he participated in 11 single and double games and achieved all wins.He is playing an active role in leading the Japanese national team (Mochizuki ,,) to the second victory in nine years.

2020 Year of 2 Month(English edition)でATP Challenger TourFirst appearance.Singles lost in the first match, but doubles(English edition)Paired with and won the runner-up.

ATP Challenger ITF Futures Final

Doubles: 4 races, 3 wins

ATP Challenger Tour (0–1)
ITF Futures (3–0)
ResultWin-LossDate and TimeTournamentSurfacepartnerOpponentScore
Win1-02019/8Mexican flag M15, Cancun 19Aハ ー ドArgentina flag (English edition)Australian flag Brandon Walkin
British flag Isaac Stoute
6-7(4-7), 7-5, [10-4]
Win2-02019/10Republic of Korea flag M15, Changwon F5ハ ー ドJapanese flag (English edition)Republic of Korea flag (English edition)
Republic of Korea flag (English edition)
6 – 4, 6 – 4
Win3-02020/1Mexican flag M15, Cancun F2ハ ー ドArgentina flag Alejo Lorenzo Lingua LavallenUnited States flag Jordi Arconada
United States flag Tanner K Smith
second place3-12020/2Mexican flag (English edition)ハ ー ドSpanish flag (English edition)Australian flag (English edition)
Australian flag (English edition)
3 – 6, 7 – 6(7-4), [5–10]

Junior Grand Slam Final

Singles: 1 win per race

Win(English edition)WimbledonglassSpanish flag Carlos Gimeno Valero6 – 3, 6 – 2


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