The main draw of the Apis Canberra International will commence on Monday with four main draw matches scheduled to be played.
The main draw of the Apis Canberra International will commence on Monday with four main draw matches scheduled to be played. Harry Bourchier (TAS) who relocated to Canberra in 2016, will take on last year’s semifinalist Omar Jasika (VIC). Second seed Taro Daniel (JPN), fourth seed Mitchell Krueger (USA), and fifth seed Noah Rubin (USA) will also be in action.
In women’s qualifying, National Academy Canberra athletes Lisa Mays (ACT) and Kaitlin Staines (NSW) will play their second round qualifying matches.
Main draw doubles also commences on Monday, with local James Frawley (ACT) and Jacob Grills (VIC) taking on Brydan Klein (GBR) and Dane Propoggia (NSW).
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|Date:||Monday 30 October 2017|
|Time:||CENTRE COURT – 10am|
Qualifying – Lisa Mays (AUS) v  Ramu Ueda (JPN)
Not before 11.30am
Men’s main draw –  Noah Rubin (USA) vs Sebastian Fanselow (GER)
Men’s main draw – Luke Saville (AUS) vs  Mitchell Krueger (USA)
Men’s main draw –  Omar JASIKA (AUS) vs Harry BOURCHIER (AUS)
|Venue:||Canberra Tennis Centre|
3 Riggall Place
Lyneham, Australian Capital Territory
The Apis Canberra International 2017 is on at the Canberra Tennis Centre until November 5 2017. Entry is free with a gold coin donation requested on finals weekend
The full order of play and qualifying draw can be found here
Live streaming and live scoring for the men’s event can be found here
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