Levine, Gouldin and Thompson Tennis Challenger Day Two

Published 07/16 2014 10:02AM

Updated 07/16 2014 10:28AM

After an exciting opening round, the LG&T Tennis Challenger had another day of great matchups starting with the American Jarmere Jenkins taking on Daniel Cox of Great Britain.

First set, Cox with a nice serve, Jenkins return is wide, Cox breaks the serve and takes a commanding 5-1 lead.

Play was suspended for about an hour due to rain.

Jenkins would come out to win set one 6-3, play was suspended again but Cox goes on to win 6-3, 6-2.

Second match of the day, Evan King vs. 90th ranked Sergiy Stakhovsky.

First set, Stakhovsky strong serve, then finishes down the line, Stakhovsky up 5-0.

King gets one back but Stakhovsky serves up the ace, wins set one 6-1.

Set two, Stakhovsky strong serve, King's return finds the net, Stakhovsky up 5-3.

King serving on the verge elimination, Stakhovsky's shot is wide and King hangs on.

But next game, Stakhovsky serving, then an easy smash down the line.

Game, set, match Stakhovsky wins 6-1, 6-4.

Number one seed Bradley Klan taking on JordanThompson. They split the first two sets yesterday and the decisive set three resumed today.

Third set, tied at 3, after a long volley back and forth, Thompson comes up short, Klahn breaks the serve and he goes up 4-3.

Next game, Klan monster serve, taps King's weak return over the net and he leads 5-3.

Thompson makes it 5-4, then Klahn serving, Thompson's return is long, and Klahn advances 5-7, 6-2, 6-4.

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