Angel Gimenez kept the upsets coming at the U.S. Open Clay Court tennis tournament in Indianapolis, beating fourth-seeded Peter McNamara, 7-5, 6-3.
Seven of the 16 seeded men were beaten in earlier rounds, including No. 1 Guillermo Vilas, but defending champion Jose-Luis Clerc dispatched Anders Jarryd, 6-2, 6-2, and stayed on track toward becoming the first to win this tournament three consecutive years since Bobby Riggs in 1938 . . . The women's top seed, Virginia Ruzici, struggled to a third-round victory, 6-4, 6-2, over Ivanna Madruga-Osses . . .
Kate Brasher of Great Britain, the top seed, advanced to singles quarterfinals and Sue Rasmussen of Oakton teamed with Kristie Reynolds of El Cajon, Calif., to upset the top-seeded doubles team in the Toyota Women's Classic at the Landon School Tennis Club.
Rasmussen-Reynolds downed Julie Fikoff-Micki Schillig, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 as the first round of doubles ended. Brasher beat Christina Rozwadowski, 6-4, 6-4, in a second-round match filled with long rallies.
Howard's Eddie Davis has been named Middle Atlantic coach of the year by the U.S. Professional Tennis Association. Davis, a native of Washington, coached HU to the MEAC title the last two seasons . . .
Taiwan's top tennis body said it would help defecting Chinese tennis star Hu Na settle in Taiwan if the United States rejects her application for political asylum. Wang Shih-Cheng, secretary-general of the Chinese Taipei Tennis Association, cited mounting fears that the Reagan administration may bow to pressure from Peking and hand back the 19-year-old.