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Tennis at the 2009 Mediterranean Games

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Tennis at the 2009 Mediterranean Games

The Tennis Tournament at the 2009 Mediterranean Games was held in the Tennis Club Sports Complex Central in Pescara, Italy.

Medalists

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Singles Roberto Bautista Agut Marsel Ilhan Gianluca Naso
Men's Doubles Marrai / Naso Danilović / Tošić Bautista Agut / Granollers Pujol
Women's Singles Evelyn Mayr Laura Pous Tió Eva Fernández Brugués
Women's Doubles Fernández Brugués / Pous Tió Büyükakçay / Özgen Lalami / El Allami

Men's competition

Singles

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                           
  1   Marsel İlhan 7 7    
8   Aldin Šetkić 5 6    
  1   Marsel İlhan 6 6 6  
  4   Gianluca Naso 4 7 4  
4   Gianluca Naso 7 6  
  6   Reda El Amrani 6 3    
    1   Marsel İlhan 4 7 6 2  
  2   Roberto Bautista Agut 6 6 7 6  
  -   Ternar Tomislav 2 4    
3   Matteo Marrai 6 6    
3   Matteo Marrai 2 2  
  2   Roberto Bautista Agut 6 6       Bronze Medal Match
5   Alexandros Jakupovic 4 3  
  2   Roberto Bautista Agut 6 6       4   Gianluca Naso 3 7 6
  3   Matteo Marrai 6 6 4

Women's competition

Singles

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                     
1   Mervana Jugić-Salkić 4 3    
  Laura Pous Tió 6 6    
  -   Laura Pous Tió 6 6    
  8   Nadia Lalami Laaroussi 1 4    
8   Nadia Lalami Laaroussi 1 4  
6   Astrid Johanna Besser (ret) 6 2    
    -   Laura Pous Tió (ret) 6 6 2
  4   Evelyn Mayr 2 7 5
-   Despoina Papamichail 4 0    
4   Evelyn Mayr 6 6    
4   Evelyn Mayr 6 6 6
  2   Eva Fernández Brugués 1 7 4     Bronze Medal Match
5   Çağla Büyükakçay 6 5 3
2   Eva Fernández Brugués 4 7 6     8   Nadia Lalami Laaroussi 4 6 6
  2   Eva Fernández Brugués 6 3 7

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