When in doubt, consult the phonetic spelling provided by the official ATP site.
...god I'm bored; get on with this tournament already.
Doubt or not, I wouldn't recommend the spelling instructions they provide - they are nowhere near always correct. Like that one... it's sort of partly right, but... Double consonants like "kk" don't quite translate, apparently, since the same thing doesn't really exist in English... it's two syllables there, k at the end of first and another at the beginning of the second and they are both pronounced - there are not really "silent letters" in Finnish. And "ie"... it's... heck can't think of examples from English, don't know if it's because there aren't any or because my brains aren't working, but how about a simple Spanish word, will that do? Ok, "ie" in Nieminen is pronounced like "ie" in Spanish "mientras", for instance. Hope that helps.
I'm not quite sure how to read these instructions and if I get them right (since they are obviously written for English speakers and different letters and combinations of letters are pronounced differently in different languages). I have however asked native speakers of English if they agreed with me that their instructions of how to pronounce "Rafael Nadal" for instance are not correct and they did, so... And what do the capital letters signify - stress? If so, it's not correct above, either: stress is on the first syllable in Finnish.