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Arthur De Greef was killed immediately in Wimbledon qualifications

Arthur De Greef (ATP 256) is on Monday failed to qualify for the second qualifying round at Wimbledon. De Greef had after barely 53 minutes of tennis in two sets (6-1 and 6-2) pack against the Australian Jason Kubler (ATP 147). The Brussels, Sunday still losing finalist at the Challengertoernooi in the Slovakian Poprad, he still managed never to qualify for the main table of a grand slam tournament.

Earlier in the day was Ruben Bemelmans (ATP 103), the second seed in the qualifications, however, qualify for the second qualifying round. The Limburger knocked the American Christopher Eubanks (ATP 202) in two sets (6-4 and 6-4). Bemelmans meets in the second (of three) preliminary rounds, the Spaniard Enrique Lopez Perez (ATP 158).

Bemelmans begins later Monday, on the side of the American Denis Kudla, also on his first qualifying round in doubles. The Belgian-American duo will meet the first seed in the qualifiers, the Ukrainian-Slovakian tandem Denys Molchanov and Igor Zelenay.

The second seed in the double, Sander Gille and Joran Vliegen, also play on Monday their first party. They take the Thai brothers Sanchai and Sonchat Ratiwatana.

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