Alexander Peya (born June 27, 1980) is an Austrian male tennis player. He reached a career-high singles ranking of world no.
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Mike and Bob Bryan will play Alexander Peya and Philipp Petzschner in round one at RG
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Jack Sock, John Isner, Feliciano Lopez and Alexander Peya step out for the Player Party at the Fayez Sarofim & Co...
A double match has finished and the winners are Philipp Petzschner & Alexander Peya.
Hard luck for Qatari doubles, Mousa Shanan Zayed and Mubarak Shannan in their defeat from Philipp Petzschner and Alexander Peya (1-6)(1-6)
The final result of the double match is (6-1)(6-1) to Philipp Petzschner & Alexander Peya. VS Mousa Zayed & Mubarak Zayid.
Congrats to Alexander Peya & Bruno Soares on winning the Doubles title at the BMW Open!
Jamie Murray and John Peers lost to Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares in the men's doubles final at Queen's Club:
Tennis: and John Peers have lost to second seeds Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares in men's doubles final at Queen's
Alexander Peya and play two great tie-breaks, and win Queen's dubs title over and John Peers 46 76 10-4
Carmel's Rajeev Ram and partner Mahesh Bhupathi lost to No. 2 seed Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares 6-4, 7-6 in 2nd round of
Melbourne, Jan 18: Mahesh Bhupathi in all probability played his last men’s doubles match at the Australian Open when he and his American partner Rajeev Ram lost their second round match against second-seeded Alexander Peya of Austria and Bruno Soares of Brazil here Saturday. The Indo-American pair lost in straight sets 4-6, 6-7 (7) in 97 minutes after looking like taking the match into a decisive third set. Bhupathi, 39, a former world number one doubles player and now ranked 36, had announced late last year that this would be his last year on the circuit and that he would only play in select tournaments. Bhupathi is playing the mixed doubles here with Russian Elena Vesnina and they are seeded eighth. The Indian did show sparks of his brilliance but that was not good enough to carry the day. Even Rajeev Ram was patchy and made crucial errors, particularly in the second set ti ...
Mahesh Bhupathi's dream of completing Men's Doubles career Grand Slam almost gets over for ever as he along with his American partner Rajeev Ram went down fighting to 2nd seeds Bruno Soares (BRA)/Alexander Peya (AUT) 4-6 6-7(7) in Round 2 @ :( This might be his last Australian Open appearance as he has announced partial announcement from international tennis and will play only few events this year & no confirmation about next year.. His challenge in mixed doubles is still alive though
Mahesh Bhupathi's last Australian Open ends in a second round exit in the men's doubles. Bhupathi/ Ram go down to second seeds Alexander Peya/ Bruno Soares 4-6, 6-7
Don't miss Mahesh Bhupathi and Rajeev Ram vs Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares at 9:30 AM on Star Sports 4 and !
alexander peya and Bruno Soares..no.2 seeds
Raj advanced to the second round in doubles at the Australian Open with partner Mahesh Bhupathi as they came from behind to beat the team of Santiago Giraldo & Joao Sousa, 4-6 6-3 6-4. Next up they face off against the seeds, Alexander Peya & Bruno Soares.
Wow, Anna-Lena has teamed up with Alexander Peya for mixed doubles and they're the seeds.
Knowle and Melo Rally For First Team Title - Julian Knowle and Marcelo Melo rallied from down a set and a break twice to defeat Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares in a clash of countrymen for the Heineken Open title, in Auckland. [[More Tennis News on ATPWorldTour.com]]
Andy Murray suffered a setback on his return from injury as he lost in three sets to Germany’s Florian Mayer at the Qatar Open. Murray and Serbia’s Nenad Zimonjic then lost 7-6 (7-5) 6-4 to Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares in the doubles.
Week 1 on the ATP saw an all-star line up in each of the three tournaments in Chennai, Doha and Brisbane. With several changes to the schedule this year, it's good to see that these three are still the same. Here are the results from this week's action. Qatar Exxonmobil Open (Doha, QAR) It was good to see Rafa back in action in the weeks leading up to the Aussie Open once again. He was missed last year when he had to pull out due to a stomach virus. The Spaniard made up for it by scorching through the draw. When all the other seeds fell left and right, he stood strong all the way to the final. There Rafa would face the 2012 runner-up Gael Monfils of France. The flashy and stylish Frenchman put up a valiant fight against the stalwart Spaniard but Monfils would have to be happy with being second once again. It's a great start for the World No. 1 in 2014. Congrats, Rafa!!! Tomas Berdych was also one of the stars present this week in Doha. He unfortunately had an early exit in the singles but made u ...
BERDYCH AND HAJEK CLAIM DOHA DOUBLES CROWN: Czechs Tomas Berdych and Jan Hajek defeated top seeds Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares 6-2, 6-4 on Friday to capture the Qatar ExxonMobil Open doubles title. Berdych and Hajek split $60,400 in prize money and earn 250 Emirates ATP Doubles Rankings points, while Peya and Soares share $31,750 and 150 points. “We’re going to be first No. 1 in the world at least first couple weeks,” Berdych said, with a laugh. “It was a really great week. I think we both really enjoyed it. I think for us the priority is still the singles, but it’s a great opportunity to win a couple matches, to win the title. Everybody wants to do that, so good start.” Berdych and Hajek lost just six of their service points in the 31-minute first set, when they saved all four break points they faced. They took a 3-0 lead in the second set and completed victory in 71 minutes. Berdych lifted his first ATP World Tour team trophy with Dmitry Tursunov at the 2008 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tourname ...
Keeping up the ‘Paes’ Leander Paes turned 40 this June. Less than three months later on Sunday, he won his 14th Grand Slam title, combining with Radek Stepanek to clinch the US Open men’s doubles. The fourth seeded Indo-Czech players dominated their victory over Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares in New York in straight sets making it 6-1 and 6-3 in under one hour and 13 minutes. This was Paes’ and Stepanek’s second major title together after their Australian Open win last year. At 40, Paes has eight men’s doubles Grand Slam titles under his racket and 14 overall. He also set a record of sorts, becoming the oldest man to win a Grand Slam title in the Open era. The feat is testimony to the willpower and character of one of India’s greatest sportsmen. And inimitably, Paes said it better than anyone could: "We both come from humble backgrounds and from countries where tennis wasn`t necessarily the number one sport. We both fought against adversity to get to where we are. So age is just a number fo ...
The ATP World Tour Finals saw the doubles team of Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek defeat the pairing of Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares by 6-5, 5-7,10-8
Leander Paes & Radek Stepanek are off to a great start at the ATP World Tour Finals, defeating Alexander Peya &...
- Brothers Bob, Mike Bryan top Alexander Peya, Bruno Soares to win Paris Masters; 11th title of 2013
John Peers (VIC) & Jamie Murray lost to Alexander Peya & Bruno Soares 6-3 7-6 in the SF of doubles at ATP event in Valencia.
• The No. 2 seeds are Austrian-Brazilian duo of Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares, who qualified for their first
Congratulations are in order for our man Rohan Bopanna! Rohan Bopanna and partner Edouard Roger-Vasselin, upset third seeded Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares 6-4, 4-6, 7-6(5), 6-2 and entered the Quarter Finals of Gentlemen's Double at and Vasselin will now face Swedish-Canadian sixth seeds Robert Lindstedt and Daniel Nestor today! Rohan and mixed doubles partner Jie Zheng also had a good outing at defeating Darija Jurak and Robert Farah. Let's wish our man Robo and his partners all the best !
Top seeds Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares won their sixth ATP World Tour team title on Friday at the Aegon International, beating fourth-seeded British pairing Colin Fleming and Jonathan Marray 3-6, 6-3, 10-8 in the final in Eastbourne.
Julia and Daniel Nestor are the 8th seededs and will play the first round of mixed doubles against Tamira Paszek and Alexander Peya
Leander Paes and his Czech partner Radek Stepanek faltered at the final hurdle as they suffered an upset straight set defeat at the hands of Alexander Peya of Austria and Brazil’s Bruno Soares to finish runners-up at the Japan Open on Sunday.
Andy and Jamie Murray suffered a disappointing first-round exit against Austria’s Jurgen Melzer and Alexander Peya within the Olympic doubles event.
Leander Paes is playing doubles at French not with AO partner Radek Stepanek but with Alexander Peya. "Jeu Paes/Peya" will be fun to say.
Leander Paes will play doubles with Alexander Peya They have never played together before
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