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Three Australian gamers obtain wild playing cards
Andrey Rublev will purpose to bounce again from a disappointing first-round exit on the Adelaide Worldwide 1 when he headlines the draw on the Adelaide Worldwide 2 this week. The World No. 8, who’s the highest seed on the ATP 250 occasion, will face an Australian wild card in his opening match, with the winner of Thanasi Kokkinakis and Alexei Popyrin taking up the 12-time tour-level titlist.
The 25-year-old is seeded to fulfill sixth seed Miomir Kecmanovic within the quarter-finals. The Serbian begins towards the returning Kyle Edmund. Rublev can also be joined within the high half by fourth seed Roberto Bautista Agut, with the Spaniard opening towards Frenchman Benjamin Bonzi or American Maxime Cressy.
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On the backside of the draw, second seed Pablo Carreno Busta opens towards a qualifier, with fifth seed Daniel Evans a possible quarter-final opponent. The Briton faces American Mackenzie McDonald within the first spherical and will meet Sebastian Korda within the second spherical. The 22-year-old Korda, who performs Yoshihito Nishioka within the semi-finals in Adelaide Saturday, opens towards Emil Ruusuvuori.
Third seed Karen Khachanov will play Arthur Rinderknech or Marc-Andrea Huesler, whereas #NextGenATP Briton Jack Draper begins towards Lorenzo Sonego. The Subsequent Gen ATP Finals champion Brandon Nakashima will compete for the primary time since he lifted the trophy in Milan when he performs seventh-seeded Spaniard Alejandro Davidovich Fokina. Australian Jason Kubler earned two wins on the United Cup in Sydney. The 29-year-old will look to proceed his spectacular begin to the season towards a qualifier.
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