Top seed Jordan Thompson (NSW) and third seed Matthew Ebden (WA) will open their campaigns at the Apis Canberra International 2017.
Top seed Jordan Thompson (NSW) and third seed Matthew Ebden (WA) will open their campaigns at the Apis Canberra International 2017. Thompson will face Andrew Harris (VIC), while Ebden will be up against Brydan Klein (GBR).
Jason Kubler (QLD) will take on qualifier Calum Puttergill (QLD) on the opening singles match on centre court.
Women’s main draw will commence on Tuesday with Australian’s Storm Sanders (WA), Jessica Moore (WA), Belinda Woolcock (VIC), and Alexandra Bozovic (NSW) in action.
Canberra’s Alison Bai will partner with Zoe Hives in doubles as they take on second seeds Julia Glushko (ISR) and Priscilla Hon (QLD).
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|Date:||Tuesday 31 October 2017|
|CENTRE COURT – Not before 11.00am|
Men’s main draw – Jason Kubler (QLD) vs [Q] Calum Puttergill (QLD)
Not before 12.30pm
Men’s main draw –  Jordan Thompson (NSW) v Andrew Harris (VIC)
Not before 2.00pm
Men’s main draw –  Matthew Ebden (WA) vs Brydan Klein (GBR)
|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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