Kiva Club Open 2023
03 - 06 May
New Mexico, USA, $6k
 Alejandro Reyes (MEX) bt  Dillon Huang (USA) 11-7, 11-9, 11-3
 Alejandro Reyes (MEX) bt  Laszlo Godde (FRA) 11-2, 11-5, 11-4
 Dillon Huang (USA) bt  Luis Quisquinay (GUA) 11-7, 2-11, 11-6,
12-14, 11-5 (57m)
 Alejandro Reyes (MEX) bt  Allan Nuñez (MEX) 14-12, 13-11,
 Laszlo Godde (FRA) bt  Abdelaziz Hegazy (EGY) 11-3, 11-6, 11-4
 Luis Quisquinay (GUA) bt Ziad Sakr (EGY) 14-12, 11-7, 11-9 (34m)
 Dillon Huang (USA) bt Mitchell Kahnert (CAN) 11-7, 11-4, 11-7 (27m)
 Alejandro Reyes (MEX) bt Ahsan Ayaz (PAK) 12-14, 11-4, 11-2,
 Allan Nuñez (MEX) bt Alfredo Lopez (MEX) 12-10, 11-3, 11-1 (26m)
 Laszlo Godde (FRA) bt Israr Ahmed (PAK) w/o
 Abdelaziz Hegazy (EGY) bt [WC] Jesse Giron (USA) 11-8, 11-7, 11-4
Ziad Sakr (EGY) bt  Lewis Doughty (ENG) 11-7, 12-10, 11-9 (25m)
 Luis Quisquinay (GUA) bt Vini Rodrigues (BRA) 11-6, 11-2, 11-9 (27m)
 Dillon Huang (USA) bt Saeed Abdul (PAK) 11-5, 11-9, 8-11, 6-11, 11-8
Mitchell Kahnert (CAN) bt Sean Gallagher (AUS) 11-3, 11-3, 11-4 (16m)
Reyes Wins Second Title Of Season
Alejandro Reyes (right) with the Kiva Open trophy,
alongside finalist Dillon Huang (left)
Mexico’s Alejandro Reyes came into the Kiva Open as the top seed, and he
dropped just a single game en route to securing his second win of the
Reyes lost his opening game of the Challenger 5 level competition. He
found himself a game down to Pakistan’s Ahsan Ayaz after losing the
opener 14-12. He fought back strongly though, dropping nine more points
across the next three games.
That was followed by a tough straight games win over compatriot Allan
Nunez in the quarter finals. The first tow games both went to
tie-breaks. Reyes came through the first 14-12, before then winning the
second 13-11. He went on to win in three to advance.
The semis saw Reyes’ easiest match, as he dropped a total of just 11
points in his last four clash with France’s Laszlo Godde. He won 11-2,
11-5, 11-4 to set up a meeting with home favourite Dillon Huang in the
The first two games were tight, but Reyes was able to come through both,
the second almost going to a tie-break at 11-9. He then cruised to
victory, winning the third game 11-3 to take the title. He becomes just
the third Mexican to take multiple wins this season, following Alfredo
Avila and Diana Garcia in doing so.
The Kiva Open returns to the Tour calendar for the first time in four
years, with a 16-strong draw aiming to win in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The tournament ran for five years from 2015 to 2019, with Canadian
Michael McCue, India’s Aditya Jagtap and American Christopher Hanson
among the previous champions.
This year’s competition will be a Challenger 5 level tournament, with
Mexico’s Alejandro Reyes as the top seed. Pakistan’s Nasir Iqbal, the
former World No.35 will also be among the contenders for the crown.
England’s Lewis Doughty, Egypt’s Abdelaziz Hegazy, Frenchman Laszlo
Godde, Guatemala’s Luis Quisquinay, American Dillon Huang and Mexico’s
Allan Nunez make up the rest of the top eight seeds for this week’s
event in Santa Fe.
The event takes place from Wednesday, May 3 to Saturday, May 6 in Kiva
Club in Santa Fe, NM, United States
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