New Zealand Davis Cup player Artem Sitak has reached the semifinals of singles and doubles at the US$10,000 Futures at Phnom Penh, Cambodia today.
Sitak defeated French eighth-seed Sebastiem Boltz in the quarter-finals 6-1 6-1 and will now play third seed Axel Michon (France) for a spot in the final.
In the doubles, Sitak and Austrian Max Neuchrist face fellow Kiwi Marcus Daniell and Brit, Richard Grabb in the semifinals.
Meanwhile, in the US$10,000 Mexico Futures at Mazatlan, Matt Simpson is in the second round of the singles where he will play Mexican Miguel Gallardo-Valles.
In the doubles, Simpson and Canadian doubles partner, Andrew Ochotta were beaten in the quarter-finals.
Another New Zealand player, Marvin Barker has had to withdraw from the same event after he damaged his ankle badly in an off-court accident which will keep him off the court for an extended period of time.