|08/02/18||C Moutet||ATP Ecuador Open Quito||R2||Lost|
|07/02/18||E Escobedo||ATP Ecuador Open Quito||R1||Won|
|19/01/18||A Seppi||Australian Open||R3||Lost|
|17/01/18||Y Sugita||Australian Open||R2||Won|
|15/01/18||L Djere||Australian Open||R1||Won|
|19/10/17||S Tsitsipas||ATP European Open||R2||Lost|
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