Cem Ilkel punches his ticket to the US Open main draw, becoming just the second man from Turkey to compete in a Grand Slam.
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Name: Cem Ilkel Country: Turkey Birthdate: 21.08.95, 26 years ATP ranking: 179 TOP ranking's position: 176 (13.09.21, 408 points) Points: 408 Prize money: 354.925 ...
Cem İlkel (born 21 August 1995) is a Turkish tennis player. İlkel has a career high ATP singles ranking of No. 176 achieved on 13 September 2021. He also has a career high ATP doubles ranking of No. 299 achieved on 27 August 2018. Ilkel has a singles final record of 5 wins and 17 losses, and he has a doubles final record of 13 wins and 11 losses.
Cem Ilkel Players & Rankings - Tennis.com | Tennis.com. World Ranking # 176. Handedness right. Year Turned Pro 2013. Height 185 cm.
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At 26, Ilkel was contesting his first ATP Masters 1000 main draw and stuck with his younger opponent throughout the opening set as neither player surrendered serve. After taking the tie-break on his second set point, Brooksby landed the first break for 3-2 in the second set and sustained the advantage as he prevailed at the one-hour, 44-minute mark.
Ilkel’s win over Janvier a couple of days ago came under the unlikeliest of circumstances. Having surrendered his one-set lead, he trailed the Frenchman 4-2 in the decider but eventually restored the break back. The third set would go into a tiebreak where Ilkel played catchup once more, recovering from 4-1 down to steal the breaker 7-4.