2012 Farmers Classic: Daily Match Recap And Scores

Second round action at the Farmers Classic at the LA Tennis Center on UCLA's campus continued on Thursday. Winners in Men's Singles from the second round move on to the quarterfinal round taking place on Friday.

Match results from Thursday:

Men's Singles

Michael Russell defeats [1] Benoit Paire (7-5, 6-4)

[6] Marinko Matosevic defeats Tobias Kamke (6-3, 1-6, 6-0)

[4] Nicolas Maut defeats Paolo Lorenzi (7-5, 7-6)

[Q] Ricardas Berankis defeats Igor Andreev (6-4, 7-5)

[5] Xavier Malisse defeats Matthew Ebden (6-4, 6-3)

Men's Doubles - 1st Round

Raven Klaasen / Adil Shmasdin defeats Flavio Cipolla / Leonardo Mayer (6-4, 6-2)

[3] Jamie Delgado / Ken Skupski defeats James Cerretani / Igor Sijsling (6-3, 2-6, 12-10)

IN PROGRESS: [4] Matthew Ebden / Dominic Inglot vs. Steve Johnson / Sam Querrey

Men's Doubles - Quarterfinal

Ruben Bemelmans / Xavier Malisse defeats [1] S Gonzalez / S Lipsky (6-3, 7-5)

Tobias Kamke / Bjorn Phau defeats Oliver Charroin / John Paul Fruttero (6-3,4-6, 10-5)

Scores are courtesy of the Farmers Classic official website.

For more news and notes on the 2012 Farmers Classic, be sure to read SB Nation Los Angeles as well as SB Nation's tennis hub.

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