Reaching the second round or quarterfinals gave the Libyan 16 ATP doubles ranking points.
It has already been reported that in the first round, the Latvian and Swiss duo beat the Estonian Johannes Sēmanas and the American Vellis Tein 6-4, 6-1.
The Libyan returned to professional tennis this summer after a five-year hiatus and won four straight International Tennis Federation (ITF) doubles M-25 events. He also returned to the ATP Challenger Tour last week, where he lost the first singles and doubles matches of the tournament in Knoxville.
It has already been reported that another Latvian tennis player, Kārlis Ozoliņš, did not overcome the first round of the Challenger tournament in Champaign. The Libyan does not participate in singles.
This “Challenger” tournament takes place near Ozoliņš’s university, the University of Illinois. Competitions are held indoors on hard courts.
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