2015 Charlottesville Men's Pro Challenger – Singles

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Singles
2015 Charlottesville Men's Pro Challenger
Champion Flag of the United States.svg Noah Rubin
Runner-up Flag of the United States.svg Tommy Paul
Final score 3–6, 7–6(9–7), 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
  2014  · Charlottesville Men's Pro Challenger ·  2016  

Noah Rubin won the title, beating Tommy Paul 3–6, 7–6(9–7), 6–3

Noah Rubin (tennis) American tennis player

Noah Rubin is an American tennis player. He is a former Wimbledon junior singles champion and a former USTA junior national champion in both singles and doubles. Since turning pro in 2015, he has won four ATP Challenger titles and has been steadily ranked just inside or just outside the Top 200 in singles.

Tommy Paul (tennis) American tennis player

Tommy Paul is an American professional tennis player. Paul won the 2015 French Open boys' singles title by defeating fellow American Taylor Fritz in the final in three sets. He also reached the boys' singles final at the 2015 US Open, this time losing to Fritz in three sets. Paul was a quarterfinalist at the 2017 Citi Open, an ATP 500 tournament, before losing to Kei Nishikori.

Contents

Seeds

  1. Flag of Tunisia.svg Malek Jaziri (First round)
  2. Flag of Australia.svg James Duckworth (First round)
  3. Flag of the United States.svg Tim Smyczek (Quarterfinals)
  4. Flag of the United States.svg Ryan Harrison (Second round)
  5. Flag of the United States.svg Bjorn Fratangelo (Quarterfinals)
  6. Flag of the United States.svg Jared Donaldson (Second round)
  7. Flag of Slovenia.svg Blaž Kavčič (First round)
  8. Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Liam Broady (First round)

Draw

Key

Finals

Semifinals Final
          
Alt Flag of the United States.svg Tommy Paul 66
Flag of Bulgaria.svg Dimitar Kutrovsky 3 4
Alt Flag of the United States.svg Tommy Paul 6673
Q Flag of the United States.svg Noah Rubin 3 796
Flag of Switzerland.svg Henri Laaksonen 5 2
Q Flag of the United States.svg Noah Rubin 76

Top Half

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Flag of Tunisia.svg M Jaziri 654
Flag of the United States.svg F Tiafoe 776 Flag of the United States.svg F Tiafoe 63 0
Flag of the United States.svg A Kuznetsov 5 776 Flag of the United States.svg A Kuznetsov 2 66
Q Flag of Zimbabwe.svg T Garanganga 7640 Flag of the United States.svg A Kuznetsov 3 1
Flag of the United States.svg C Buchanan 2 4 Alt Flag of the United States.svg T Paul 66
Alt Flag of the United States.svg T Paul 66Alt Flag of the United States.svg T Paul 66
Flag of Denmark.svg F Nielsen 65 6 Flag of Denmark.svg F Nielsen 3 3
7 Flag of Slovenia.svg B Kavčič 3 74 Alt Flag of the United States.svg T Paul 66
3 Flag of the United States.svg T Smyczek 66 Flag of Bulgaria.svg D Kutrovsky 3 4
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg D Evans 4 4 3 Flag of the United States.svg T Smyczek 678
WC Flag of the United States.svg R Shane 3 2 Flag of the United States.svg S Bangoura 3 66
Flag of the United States.svg S Bangoura 663 Flag of the United States.svg T Smyczek 4 4
Flag of Bulgaria.svg D Kutrovsky 64 6 Flag of Bulgaria.svg D Kutrovsky 66
Flag of Switzerland.svg A Bossel 1 63 Flag of Bulgaria.svg D Kutrovsky 76
WC Flag of the United States.svg E Escobedo 0 776WC Flag of the United States.svg E Escobedo 5 4
8 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg L Broady 6653

Bottom Half

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Flag of the United States.svg B Fratangelo 66
Flag of the United States.svg K King 4 3 5 Flag of the United States.svg B Fratangelo 774 6
WC Flag of the United States.svg Mac Styslinger 61 0 Flag of the United States.svg M Krueger 6462
Flag of the United States.svg M Krueger 4 665 Flag of the United States.svg B Fratangelo 3 63
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Joshua Milton 3 2 Flag of Switzerland.svg H Laaksonen 63 6
Flag of Switzerland.svg H Laaksonen 66 Flag of Switzerland.svg H Laaksonen 77
Flag of the United States.svg T Sandgren 5 3 4 Flag of the United States.svg R Harrison 5 5
4 Flag of the United States.svg R Harrison 76 Flag of Switzerland.svg H Laaksonen 5 2
6 Flag of the United States.svg J Donaldson 776Q Flag of the United States.svg N Rubin 76
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg M Michalička 634 6 Flag of the United States.svg J Donaldson 4 63
Q Flag of the United States.svg N Rubin 3 776Q Flag of the United States.svg N Rubin 61 6
Flag of the United States.svg E Quigley 6644 Q Flag of the United States.svg N Rubin 66
Q Flag of the United States.svg S Kozlov 66Q Flag of the United States.svg S Kozlov 4 4
WC Flag of the United States.svg C Altamirano 3 0 Q Flag of the United States.svg S Kozlov 2 66
Q Flag of the United Kingdom.svg D Rice 4 66Q Flag of the United Kingdom.svg D Rice 64 2
2 Flag of Australia.svg J Duckworth 64 2

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