Yesterday saw the second round of qualifying for the Charles Sturt Adelaide International, with all but one of the seeds remaining in the draw, progressing to the final stage.
Slovakian No.1 seed Ivo Klec defeated Aussie wildcard William Myler while Australian seeds Colin Ebelthite (7) and Michael Look (2) both progressed comfortably to the final stage.
Ebelthite and Look will now battle it out today for a position in the main draw, in what shapes up as the match of the day, in the final round of qualifying.
Local South Australian, and wildcard, Matthew Langley also progressed to the final stage of qualifying after defeating Paul Kramberger in a tough three set contest. Langley will play New Zealander 3rd seed Michael Venus for a spot in the main draw today.
The doubles draw for the event is also released, with John Patrick-Smith and Ruan Roelofse looking to win consecutive titles after taking out the Burnie International doubles title last week.
They will start their campaign today against Australian’s Matt Reid and the player who has the fastest recorded serve in the ATP in Sam Groth.
The draw also has a local flavour with South Australian duo Luke Saville and Jack Schipanski given a wildcard for the doubles event.
In other doubles action later today, New South Wales duo James Duckworth and Greg Jones will face the Italian pairing of Andrea Arnaboldi and Alessandro Gianessi.
See both the doubles and singles draws below followed by the order of play. Click on the images to open PDF versions.