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Friday, February 23, 2007


RTM Clients Post Strong Results Thus far in 2007


In addition to the incredible success of Benjamin Becker, several other RTM clients have posted strong results at a variety of events thus far in 2007. Below is a recap of the progress our players have been making.


Sergiy Stakhovsky – Qualified for ATP events in Delray Beach and San Jose, as well as reaching the quarterfinals of a $50k challengers in Hawaii and Cherbourg, France. Sergiy has a 14-7 record on Tour this year and has seen his ranking improve from 208 to 175. You can keep up with Sergiy’s progress by visiting his website at http://www.sergiystakhovsky.com/





Benedikt Dorsch – Dorsch started slowly after returning from an injury that kept him sidelined for 4 months. Recently, however, Dorsch made a big statement by easily reaching the finals of the $50k TBarM Open in Dallas. That result has helped boost ranking almost 50 spots to 185 only 25 spots from his career high ranking in August. You can keep up with Bene’s progress by visiting his website at http://www.benediktdorsch.com/



Horia Tecau – Tecau won a huge live rubber doubles match for Team Romania in their 1st round Davis Tecau with Romanian teamCup Tie against France. Horia and Florin Mergea teamed up to win an epic 5-set battle over Michael Llodra and Arnaud Clement. Horia then returned back to the US and with renewed confidence reached the finals in singles and doubles at the USA F4 in Brownsville, Texas (where he defeated Alex Bogomolov, Peter Polansky and Giovanni Lapentti) pushing his ranking back to the top 400. You can keep up with Horia’s progress by visiting his website at http://www.horiatecau.com/ecau.com/



Michael Lammer – Lammer started this year off with a bang by capturing the USA F1 event in Tampa where he defeated Donald Young in the finals. You can keep up with Lammer’s progress by visiting his website at http://www.michaellammer.ch/


Lera Solovieva – Lera continues her ascent up the Junior World rankings. After strong results in singles and doubles at recent Grade 1 and 2 events, Lera is now ranked in the top 75. the 2nd youngest player in the top 100. Lera will be looking to improve her ranking enough to qualify for the Junior Championships of the French Open and Wimbledon. You can keep up with Lera’s progress by visiting her website at http://www.lerasolovieva.com/


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