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Polansky and Schnur kick off Saskatoon Futures

Jul 28, 2015
written by: Tennis Canada
written by: Tennis Canada

Main draw action at the Houghton Boston Tennis Classic starts on Tuesday in Saskatoon, with Canadians Peter Polansky and Brayden Schnur kicking off play in the singles draw at the $15,000 ITF Pro Circuit Futures event. Polansky, alongside Philip Bester, captured the doubles title at the Granby National Bank Challenger over the weekend, while Schnur had a quarter-final finish at the TO2015 Pan Am Games earlier this month in Toronto.

In an all-Canadian match up, Denis Shapovalov and Harrison Scott will go head-to-head in the first match on Centre Court on Tuesday, followed by American Nicholas S. Hu and No. 4 seed Polansky. No. 8 seed Schnur will face Hunter Nicholas of the United States. Fellow Canadian Kevin Kylar will take on compatriot Dylan Bednarczyk, while Alexander Day will go head-to-head with American Alexios Halebian.

Main draw action in doubles continues on Tuesday. Canadians Conrad Koch and Payton Nicol will finish their first-round match against Mexico’s Victor Haddad and Jabari Stafford of United States after play was halted on Monday. They are down 0-2. Tied at one set-all, Canadians Bednarczyk and Asad Siyyid will finish their match against Americans Nicholas Reyes and Cameron Silverman.

Kylar and his American partner Samuel Beren will face No. 1 seeds Matt Reid and Patrick Davidson in their opening match of the tournament on Tuesday. Canadian Day, alongside American Zack McCourt of United States, will go head-to-head with No. 2 seeds Andre Dome and Finn Tearney. Dome recently captured both the singles and the doubles titles at the $15,0000 Vancouver Futures event that wrapped on Sunday in British Columbia. Shapovalov and his partner Alexander Klintcharov of New Zeland will also kick off their first-round match on Tuesday when they face Americans Robbie C. Bellamy and Nicholas S. Hu.

The $15,000 Saskatoon Futures main draw will take place from July 27 to August 2 at the Riverside Badminton and Tennis Club. The complete draws and results are available here and regular updates will be posted on tenniscanada.com all week.