Posted on March 20th, 2013
This spring, the French Open, will be the next one of tennis?s Grand Slam Tournament to be held. As the competition approaches, many people are considering what sports bets they will be placing on the French Open. In order to do this many bettors follow the tennis matches that occur prior to the French Open. One of these would of course include the Australian Open and other smaller matches. By following these events, they can collect information to help them to make more informed sports bets. This can be especially helpful if placing futures bets.
Posted on December 18th, 2012
Last Wednesday, the list comprised of players who will play the 2013 Australian Open was unveiled . The tournament date is January 14 and it will happen in Melbourne. The Grand Slam will be attended by only one Brazilian, world No 33 Bellucci.
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Posted on December 11th, 2012
World No 2 Roger Federer lost the Brazilian debut to World No 33 Thomaz Belluci. This is the first time when Roger lost the match to someone who is much lower in rank compared to him. Roger tried hard but he failed to make a mark and finally he lost the match.
Posted on November 12th, 2012
Andreas Seppi of Italy defeated Belluci and won the men’s singles event of Kremlin Cup. The two national no 1 player fought against each other brilliantly to win the Kremlin Cup tournament.
Posted on November 5th, 2012
Brazilian tennis star Belluci was defeated by tennis king Roger Federer on Wednesday with the purpose of reaching the quarterfinals of his hometown Swiss Indoors tournament. Federer saved a total of four successive set points in the tiebreaker of the second set.
Posted on October 13th, 2012
Martin Klizan boots out the Brazilian star Bellucci to get into the round two of 2012 Shanghai Roles Masters. The Slovakian star, Kizan tumbled Bellucci in the straight sets at the 2012 Rolex Masters. Martin made a 6-3, 6-4 triumph against Bellucci to move into the second round at the ATP masters event, which was held in Shanghai.
Posted on June 21st, 2010
Thomaz Bellucci lost the French Open to World No. 2 Spanish Rafael Nadal in men’s singles fourth round. The score was 6-2, 7-5, 6-4.
A year ago Nadal was in fact upset in fourth round by Swede Robin Soderling. The recent match seemed a deja vu for him of his last year’s upset even though Bellucci performed inspired game in duplicating the feat of Soderling on the Philippe Chatrier Court, the same court.
Bellucci, in his career’s first time, reached grand slam tournament’s round of 16. He reached here by upseting 14th seed Ivan Ljubicic.
Well, in round of 16 Bellucci dominated Nadal with some of his fine plays. He was seen much improved since both met first time two years ago in the first round.
In the opening game Bellucci dropped serve with a deuce, but two games later he did displayed some outstanding plays. Nadal, on the other hand, broke serve in the seventh game.
Bellucci recovered with a break point in the second set in game five, but two faults were committed in game nine. This helped Nadal to wrap up chance with his serve.
However, Bellucci gave a stiff challenge to Nadal, his toughest opponent, by dropping four times his serve.
Nadal said after the tournament, “I played probably my best match today in the tournament.”
Nadal had 109 points in total and Bellucci just 89. Nadal had 27 winners and Bellucci only could collect 18 points.
Posted on February 9th, 2010
Thomaz Bellucci played awesome tennis all week and is the new champion of Santiago. It wasn’t an easy draw for Bellucci, ousting some in form players along the way, going the distance of 3 sets- 4 times in the week. Bellucci showed great fighting qualities just when he needed and looks like the person to beat on clay this year. He beat Gonzalez, defending champion in the semi finals and then defeated Juan Monaco in the final. In the final Bellucci won the first set comfortably 6-3 but then lost his concentration completely, dropping the next set to love. Thomaz managed to weather the storm with some impressive serving in the early going of the third set and started blazing forehand and backhand winners from everywhere, as well as showing great touch in and around the net. Monaco simply had no answer to Bellucci’s all round game.
Well done T-Bell! We look forward to you trying to win at home next week, Costa do Sauipe, Brazil.
Posted on October 13th, 2009
Thomaz Bellucci lost in straight sets to Fernando Gonzalez (CHI) 6-3 6-4. Bellucci played well in the opening exchanges at 2-2 in the opening set, Bellucci was using his inside out forehand to great effect. But then came the errors, he lost confidence and lost a string of points very quickly and Gonzalez closed out the set 6-3. Thomaz regained some of his confidence in the second set only to lose serve when it really mattered and Gonzalez was to solid winning the second 6-4.
Posted on October 8th, 2009
It was a difficult First Round draw for Bellucci against the Russian Mikhail Youzhny who was in great form, Youzhny defeated Thomaz Bellucci in straight sets, 6-2 6-3 in Tokyo, Japan.