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Serbia Open In Belgrade Comes To A Close

The Serbia Open tennis tournament in Belgrade will no longer feature on the ATP World Tour calendar, following the decision by the organisers to cease the tournament’s operations. The event, owned by Novak Djokovic and run by his family, was first held in 2009. 04.01.2013

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Ada bridge

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Andujar, Lindstedt/Tecau Stop Traffic In Belgrade

Top seeds Pablo Andujar, Robert Lindstedt & Horia Tecau joined Serbia’s Dusan Lajovic and tournament director Goran Djokovic for a game of mini-tennis Tuesday on the newly opened Ada bridge in Belgrade. 01.05.2012

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Nishikori

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Tipsarevic Gives Belgrade Fans A Scare

Seventh-seeded Serbian Janko Tipsarevic rallied from a set down to defeat Japan’s Kei Nishikori 2-6, 6-2, 7-6(0) to reach the second round of the Serbia Open 2011, an ATP World Tour 250 tennis tournament in Belgrade. 25.04.2011

Related Tags: Serbia Open, Belgrade, Blaz Kavcic, Janko Tipsarevic

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Andujar Battles Through Opener

Top seed Pablo Andujar was tested in his opening match at the Serbia Open 2012 on Wednesday, rallying from a set down to defeat Filippo Volandri 4-6, 7-5, 6-2 to reach the quarter-finals in Belgrade. 03.05.2012

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Family Day

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UNICEF Hosts Serbia Open Family Day

UNICEF and Family Sport welcomed children to the “Novak” sports centre in Belgrade for the second annual Serbia Open Family Day, held Sunday ahead of the ATP World Tour 250 tournament. 29.04.2012

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Polasek, Cermak

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Cermak-Polasek Win First Team Title In Belgrade

Third seeds Frantisek Cermak and Filip Polasek won their first ATP World Tour team title on Sunday as they defeated fellow first-time finalists Oliver Marach and Alexander Peya 7-5, 6-2 in the rain-delayed title match at the Serbia Open 2011 in Belgrade. 01.05.2011

Related Tags: Doubles, Serbia Open, Belgrade, Frantisek Cermak, Filip Polasek

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Paire Upsets Andujar In Belgrade SFs; Seppi Beats Nalbandian

Benoit Paire advanced to his first ATP World Tour final Saturday in Belgrade, knocking out top seed Pablo Andujar 6-3, 1-6, 6-3 in the Serbia Open 2012 semi-finals. 05.05.2012

Related Tags: Belgrade, Serbia Open, Pablo Andujar, Andreas Seppi, Benoit Paire, David Nalbandian

Seppi

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Seppi Defeats Dodig For QF Spot; Nalbandian Debuts

Second seed Andreas Seppi reached the quarter-finals of the Serbia Open 2012 on Wednesday in Belgrade as he defeated Croatia’s Ivan Dodig 6-4, 6-2. The Italian converted five of his seven break point opportunities to claim victory in one hour and 38 minutes. 02.05.2012

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Florent Serra

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Andreev Records 200th Match Win

World No. 50 Igor Andreev recorded his 200th tour-level singles match win Monday as he defeated Blaz Kavcic 6-3, 6-2 in the first round of the Serbia Open 2010, an ATP World Tour 250 clay-court tennis tournament in Belgrade. 03.05.2010

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Sam Querrey

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Isner, Querrey Set All-American Final

ATP World Tour No. 21 John Isner reached his first clay-court final Saturday as he defeated fourth seed Stanislas Wawrinka 7-5, 7-5 in the semi-finals of the Serbia Open 2010, an ATP World Tour 250 tennis tournament in Belgrade. 08.05.2010

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