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Postby ToniX » Tue Feb 21, 2006 4:15 pm

Ho Chi Mihn
1 Wang, Yeu-Tzuoo TPE 88
2 Lee, Hyung-Taik KOR 89
3 Udomchoke, Danai THA 107
4 Mazarakis, Vasilis GRE 116
5 Lu, Yen-Hsun TPE 128
6 Mahut, Nicolas FRA 129
7 Pless, Kristian DEN 156
8 Sela, Dudi ISR 171
9 Devilder, Nicolas FRA 173
10 Mertinak, Michal SVK 174
11 Healey, Nathan AUS 188
12 Istomin, Denis UZB 194
13 Fruttero, John Paul USA 196
14 Okun, Noam ISR 197
15 Snobel, Pavel CZE 206
16 Jones, Alun AUS 209
17 Fleishman, Zack USA 212
18 Chadaj, Adam POL 214
19 Adaktusson, Jacob SWE 228
20 Bopanna, Rohan IND 231
21 Amritraj, Prakash IND 246
22 Joseph, Lesley USA 247
23 (SE)
24 (SE)

25 (WC) SAKURI, Daigo JPN
26 (WC) LE, Quoc Khanh VIE
27 (WC) DO, Minh Quan VIE
28 (WC) AL GHAREEB, Mohammed KUW
29 (Q)
30 (Q)
31 (Q)
32 (Q)

Alternates
IN Marray, Jonathan GBR 249
IN Mamiit, Cecil PHI 253
IN Klec, Ivo SVK 257
OUT Rehnquist, Bjorn SWE 263
IN Smeets, Robert AUS 265
OUT Tabara, Michal CZE 266
OUT Eschauer, Werner AUT 272
OUT Dorsch, Benedikt GER 274

OUT Adjei-Darko, Henry GHA 285
1. Soeda, Go JPN 296
OUT Voltchkov, Vladimir BLR 299
OUT Nielsen, Mark NZL 302

OUT Stadler, Simon GER 305
OUT Bruthans, Victor SVK 312
OUT Warburg, Sam USA 329

Salinas
OUT Daniel, Marcos BRA 92
1 Marach, Oliver AUT 109
OUT Kim, Kevin USA 117
OUT Capdeville, Paul CHI 127
OUT Burgsmuller, Lars GER 144

2 Alves, Thiago BRA 145
3 Kubot, Lukasz POL 146
OUT Roitman, Sergio ARG 150
4 Brzezicki, Juan Pablo ARG 167
5 Armando, Hugo USA 178
6 Garcia, Adrian CHI 182
OUT Mello, Ricardo BRA 183
7 Junqueira, Diego ARG 184
8 Gonzalez, Santiago MEX 187
9 Hartfield, Diego ARG 199
OUT Weiner, Glenn USA 200
10 Silva, Julio BRA 201
11 Vassallo Arguello, Martin ARG 204
OUT Lapentti, Giovanni ECU 229
12 Vemic, Dusan SCG 234
13 Sa, Andre BRA 241
14 Rojer, Jean-Julien AHO 248
15 van Scheppingen, Dennis NED 251
16 Becker, Benjamin GER 254
25 (WC)
26 (WC)
27 (WC)
28 (WC)
29 (Q)
30 (Q)
31 (Q)
32 (Q)

Alternates
IN Odesnik, Wayne USA 258
IN Nunez, Eric USA 259

IN Witten, Jesse USA 269
IN Dorsch, Benedikt GER 274
IN Rettenmaier, Travis USA 275

OUT Patriarca, Damian ARG 277
OUT Romero, Yohny VEN 281

OUT Adjei-Darko, Henry GHA 285
OUT Kendrick, Robert USA 294
OUT Cuevas, Pablo URU 297

OUT Bruthans, Victor SVK 312
IN Ghem, Andre BRA 313
IN Heuberger, Ivo SUI 315

OUT Engel, Lucas BRA 320
OUT Warburg, Sam USA 329
OUT Vlaski, Aleksandar SCG 330
OUT Noviski, Lionel ARG 331

OUT Yani, Michael USA 351
IN Miranda, Ivan PER 355
OUT Scherrer, Jean-Claude SUI 364


Sarajevo
1 Waske, Alexander GER 105
2 Norman, Dick BEL 111
3 Gicquel, Marc FRA 119
4 Kunitsyn, Igor RUS 120
5 Gremelmayr, Denis GER 138
6 Bogdanovic, Alex GBR 141
7 Cakl, Tomas CZE 142
8 Dupuis, Antony FRA 155
9 Elseneer, Gilles BEL 158
10 Faurel, Jean-Christophe FRA 168
11 Bozoljac, Ilia SCG 176
12 Carraz, Gregory FRA 180
13 Karanusic, Roko CRO 181
14 Wessels, Peter NED 185
15 Kindlmann, Dieter GER 187
16 Thomann, Nicolas FRA 195
17 Pequery, Jean-Michel FRA 198
18 Mertl, Jan CZE 202
19 Summerer, Tobias GER 217
20 Vico, Uros ITA 219
21 Wauters, Stefan BEL 220
22 Eitzinger, Rainer AUT 235
23 Meffert, Dominik GER 236
24 Hadad, Amir ISR 237
25 (WC)
26 (WC)
27 (WC)
28 (WC)
29 (Q)
30 (Q)
31 (Q)
32 (Q)

Alternates
IN Beck, Andreas GER 239
IN Lorenzi, Paolo ITA 240

OUT Mirnegg, Marco AUT 242
IN Uebel, Lars GER 245
IN Mergea, Florin ROM 250
IN Prpic, Filip SWE 255
IN Dell'Acqua, Massimo ITA 262

OUT Tabara, Michal CZE 266
IN Vacek, Jan CZE 267
OUT Gil, Frederico POR 268
OUT Eschauer, Werner AUT 272

1. Herm-Zahlava, Jakub GER 273
OUT Popp, Thorsten GER 276
OUT Auckland, James GBR 283
OUT Bloomfield, Richard GBR 284

2. Adjei-Darko, Henry GHA 285
OUT Stoppini, Andrea ITA 303
OUT Olejniczak, Dawid POL 308

3. Bruthans, Victor SVK 312
OUT Minar, Jan CZE 319
OUT Melo, Marcelo BRA 321
OUT Noviski, Lionel ARG 331

4. Zemlja, Grega SLO 335
5. Troicki, Viktor SCG 336
6. Hajek, Jan CZE 344

Sunrise
OUT Hrbaty, Dominik SVK 19
OUT Acasuso, Jose ARG 35
OUT Santoro, Fabrice FRA 36
OUT Hanescu, Victor ROM 39
OUT Sanguinetti, Davide ITA 42
OUT Murray, Andy GBR 47
OUT Clement, Arnaud FRA 48

8 Tursunov, Dmitry RUS 50
9 Seppi, Andreas ITA 53
10 Mayer, Florian GER 60
OUT Karlovic, Ivo CRO 61
12 Zib, Tomas CZE 62
OUT Horna, Luis PER 67
14 Martin, Alberto ESP 68
OUT Moodie, Wesley RSA 69
OUT Spadea, Vincent USA 71
OUT Djokovic, Novak SCG 72
OUT Goldstein, Paul USA 73

19 Vik, Robin CZE 74
20 Dlouhy, Lukas CZE 75
OUT Bracciali, Daniele ITA 76
OUT Berlocq, Carlos ARG 78
OUT Phau, Bjorn GER 79
OUT Pavel, Andrei ROM 80

25 (WC)
26 (WC)
27 (WC)
28 (WC)
29 (Q)
30 (Q)
31 (Q)
32 (Q)

Alternates
IN Simon, Gilles FRA 81
IN Sluiter, Raemon NED 82

OUT Hernych, Jan CZE 84
OUT Saretta, Flavio BRA 85

IN Soderling, Robin SWE 87
IN Garcia-Lopez, Guillermo ESP 90

OUT Lapentti, Nicolas ECU 93
OUT Gimelstob, Justin USA 95
OUT Minar, Ivo CZE 97
OUT Schuettler, Rainer GER 98
OUT Tipsarevic, Janko SCG 99
OUT Kohlschreiber, Philipp GER 103

IN Reynolds, Bobby USA 106
OUT Sabau, Razvan ROM 112
IN Berrer, Michael GER 113
IN Ascione, Thierry FRA 118
IN Vanek, Jiri CZE 121

OUT Benneteau, Julien FRA 122
IN Koubek, Stefan AUT 123
OUT Saulnier, Cyril FRA 124
OUT Gabashvili, Teimuraz RUS 125

IN Carlsen, Kenneth DEN 126
IN Greul, Simon GER 131
IN Bastl, George SUI 135
IN Llodra, Michael FRA 136
IN Delgado, Ramon PAR 137
IN Patience, Olivier FRA 139

OUT Morrison, Jeff USA 140
IN Luczak, Peter AUS 143
IN De Voest, Rik RSA 149

1. Philippoussis, Mark AUS
2. Korolev, Evgeny RUS 157
3. Delic, Amer USA 160
4. Vahaly, Brian USA 162
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Postby Anco » Tue Feb 21, 2006 5:25 pm

Sunrise looks good for a challenger!
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Tue Feb 21, 2006 9:03 pm

Hi Tonix. I added the Alternate lists for all four.

There was one mistake each in the list posted in the open thread. It is Kindlemann and not Kohlmann at Serajevo, and it is Martin and not Marin at Sunrise.. Corrected above.

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Postby Patrik77 » Wed Feb 22, 2006 1:18 am

Anco wrote:Sunrise looks good for a challenger!


Yes, Sunrise is a "super-challenger" between Indian Wells and Key Biscaine, players that loose in the first round in Indian Wells takes the chance to play Sunrise that is the second week of Indian Wells. Last year on the list the last player was ranked 83 and on the final cut it was 113!
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Postby seb » Wed Feb 22, 2006 4:54 am

Ho chi Minh:
replace "12 Joseph, Lesley FRA 195 " with "173 Niicolas Devilder FRA"

[Good catch -- Done. Jay]
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Postby seb » Wed Feb 22, 2006 4:57 am

I thought the number of Top 50 players entering a challenger - even in the second week of a GS or AMS or during Davis Cup - was limited.
I also thought that Top 20 players are not allowed to play challengers unless they receive a WC.

Does someone know the good old rule?

Does Sunrise is not not a CH like the other ones ?
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Postby seb » Wed Feb 22, 2006 5:04 am

Actually we had the same discution last year ;)
I found the rule (from 2005) but I found in the meantime that Sunrise doen't have to comply with that rule:

Play-Up Regulation (Challenger Series Tournaments)

1. Players positioned 1-10 in the ATP Singles Entry Ranking are prohibited from
entering, accepting a wild card and/or competing in a Challenger Series
Tournament. Players who would have been, had they and all other players
entered, a Direct Acceptance on the original Acceptance List for a Grand Slam
are prohibited from entering, accepting a wild card and/or competing in a
Challenger Series Tournament in the first week of the Grand Slam
Tournament.

2. Players positioned 11-50 in the ATP Singles Entry Ranking twenty-one (21)
days prior to the first Monday of the Challenger Series Tournament are prohibited
from entering but may receive an ATP-approved wild card in order to
compete in the Challenger Tournament. The Challenger Supervisor will make
wild card determinations consistent with the limitations outlined below.
Players positioned 11-50 are also prohibited from entering, accepting a wild
card or competing in Challenger Series Tournaments that offer less than
$50,000 in on-site prize money.

3. Challenger Series Tournaments scheduled the same week as an ATP
Tournament may offer wild cards to players positioned 11-50 in the ATP
Singles Entry Ranking who have received approval from the ATP on-site
Supervisor according to the following breakdown:
$125,000 in prize money - up to (2) two wild cards
$ 100,000 in prize money - up to (1) one wild card
$75,000 in prize money - up to (1) one wild card
$50,000 in prize money - up to (1) one wild card
$37,500 in prize money - no wild card
$ 25,000 in prize money - no wild card

4. Challenger Series Tournaments not scheduled in the same week as ATP
Tournaments, or during the 2nd week of a Grand Slam, may offer wild cards
to players positioned 11-50 in the ATP Singles Entry Ranking who have
received approval from the ATP on-site Supervisor according to the following
breakdown:
$ 150,000 in prize money - up to (4) four wild cards
$ 125,000 in prize money - up to (4) four wild cards
$100,000 in prize money - up to (3) three wild cards
$75,000 in prize money - up to (2) two wild cards
$ 50,000 in prize money - up to (1) one wild card
$ 37,500 in prize money - no wild card
$ 25,000 in prize money - no wild card
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:56 am

Early updates:

Hi Chi Minh: OUT: Okun (and Tabara, Eschauer from ALT) .. IN: Marray
Salinas: OUT: None (and Patriarca, Romero from ALT) .. IN: None
Sarajevo: OUT: None, IN: None
Sunrise: OUT: None, IN: None

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Postby D » Sun Mar 05, 2006 2:46 pm

OMG Does Hrbaty not play enough events as it is that he needs to enter a CHALLENGER?!!?!?!?!

Goodness gracious
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Postby tasmanian tiger » Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:16 pm

he played a challenger late last year in his home country. it was the week b4 the masters cup i believe. he beat my boy bracciali in the finals to win the title.
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Postby D » Sun Mar 05, 2006 7:20 pm

Playing a challenger b/c it's one of the only things he can play in his home country is one thing... playing one in between two huge masters tourneys in the US is just inexplicable!!!!
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Postby Canucks2006 » Sun Mar 05, 2006 9:24 pm

Sunrise is not a regular challenger. Just look at the entry list.

It's not far from Key Biscayne and it's the same surface. All of the player on the Entry List wants to use Sunrise to prepare for Key Biscayne.

They have nothing to lose anyway. If they're still in the Indian Wells Main Draw, the player get withdrawn from Sunrise without any penalty.
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Thu Mar 09, 2006 7:31 am

Please watch your words, folks. We will start deleting posts if you do too much name-calling on each other ..

Updates:

Early updates:

Sunrise: (No SE spots)
OUT: Hanescu
IN: Simon
NEXT: Sluiter, Hernych, Saretta, Soderling, Garcia-Lopez, Lapentti, Gimelstob, I.Minar

Ho Chi Minh: (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Okun (and Tabara, Eschauer, Dorsch, Voltchkov, Nielsen, Warburg from ALT)
IN: Marray
NEXT: Mamiit, Klec, Rehnquist, Smeets, Adjei-Darko, Soeda, Stadler, Bruthans

Salinas: (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: None (and Patriarca, Romero from ALT)
IN: None
NEXT: Odesnik, Nunez, Witten, Dorsch, Rettenmaier, Adjei-Darko, Kendrick, Cuevas

Sarajevo: (NO SE spots)
OUT: Bogdanovic, Cakl, Wessels (and Mirnegg, Gil, Eschauer, Popp, Auckland, Bloomfield from ALT)
IN: Beck, Lorenzi, Uebel
NEXT: Mergea, Prpic, Dell'Acqua, Tabara, Vacek, Herm-Zahlava
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Fri Mar 10, 2006 1:43 am

Update:

Sunrise: (No SE spots)
OUT: Hanescu, Phau
IN: Simon, Sluiter
NEXT: Hernych, Saretta, Soderling, Garcia-Lopez, Lapentti, Gimelstob, I.Minar, Schuettler

Ho Chi Minh: (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Okun (and Tabara, Eschauer, Dorsch, Voltchkov, Nielsen, Warburg from ALT)
IN: Marray
NEXT: Mamiit, Klec, Rehnquist, Smeets, Adjei-Darko, Soeda, Stadler, Bruthans

Salinas: (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Daniel, Mello (and Patriarca, Romero from ALT)
IN: Odesnik, Nunez
NEXT: Witten, Dorsch, Rettenmaier, Adjei-Darko, Kendrick, Cuevas, Bruthans, Ghem

Sarajevo: (NO SE spots)
OUT: Bogdanovic, Cakl, Faurel, Wessels (and Mirnegg, Gil, Eschauer, Popp, Auckland, Bloomfield from ALT)
IN: Beck, Lorenzi, Uebel, Mergea
NEXT: Prpic, Dell'Acqua, Tabara, Vacek, Herm-Zahlava

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Postby Geib » Fri Mar 10, 2006 6:24 am

Did Ivo Klec change his nationality? ITFTennis.com still says that he's German.
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Fri Mar 10, 2006 8:20 am

Update:

Sunrise: (No SE spots)
No change

Ho Chi Minh: (Both SE spots cleared)
OUT: Mazarakis, Okun (and Rehnquist, Tabara, Eschauer, Dorsch, Adjei-Darko, Voltchkov, Nielsen, Stadler, Warburg, Bruthans from ALT)
IN: Marray, Mamiit, Klec, Smeets
NEXT: Soeda, Im, Chen, Kimmich, Hajek, Iwabuchi,

Salinas: (No SE spots)
OUT: Burgsmuller, Capdeville, Daniel, Mello, Roitman (and Patriarca, Romero, Adjei-Darko, Bruthans, Warburg, Vlaski, Noviski, Scherrer from ALT)
IN: Odesnik, Nunez, Witten, Dorsch, Rettenmaier
NEXT: Kendrick, Cuevas, Ghem, Heuberger, Engel, Yani, Miranda

Sarajevo: (NO SE spots)
OUT: Bogdanovic, Cakl, Faurel, Hadad, Norman, Thomann, Wessels (and Mirnegg, Gil, Eschauer, Popp, Auckland, Bloomfield, Stoppini, Olejniczak, J.Minar, M.Melo, Noviski from ALT)
IN: Beck, Lorenzi, Uebel, Mergea, Prpic, Dell'Acqua, Tabara
NEXT: Vacek, Herm-Zahlava, Adjei-Darko, Bruthans, Zemlja, Troicki, Hajek

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Postby Patrik77 » Fri Mar 10, 2006 1:58 pm

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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Fri Mar 10, 2006 3:16 pm

Update:

Sunrise: (No SE spots) - No change

Ho Chi Minh: (Both SE spots cleared) - No change

Salinas: (No SE spots) - No change

Sarajevo: (NO SE spots)
OUT: Bogdanovic, Cakl, Faurel, Hadad, Norman, Thomann, Wessels (and Mirnegg, Tabara, Gil, Eschauer, Popp, Auckland, Bloomfield, Stoppini, Olejniczak, J.Minar, M.Melo, Noviski from ALT)
IN: Beck, Lorenzi, Uebel, Mergea, Prpic, Dell'Acqua, Vacek
NEXT: Herm-Zahlava, Adjei-Darko, Bruthans, Zemlja, Troicki, Hajek

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Postby Fee » Fri Mar 10, 2006 5:30 pm

Sunrise has a Saturday 9 pm sign in. :)
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Postby Patrik77 » Sat Mar 11, 2006 1:33 am

Fiona wrote:Sunrise has a Saturday 9 pm sign in. :)


You´re right Fiona, changed that!
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Sat Mar 11, 2006 7:31 am

Update:

Sunrise: (No SE spots)
OUT: Hanescu, Phau (and N.Lapentti from ALT)
IN: Simon, Sluiter
NEXT: Hernych, Saretta, Soderling, Garcia-Lopez, Gimelstob, I.Minar, Schuettler, Tipsarevic

This one has not moved like we expected ..

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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Sun Mar 12, 2006 12:12 am

Sunrise: (No SE spots)
OUT: Djokovic, Hanescu, Horna, Pavel, Phau (and N.Lapentti, Sabau from ALT)
IN: Simon, Sluiter, Hernych, Saretta, Soderling
NEXT: Garcia-Lopez, Gimelstob, I.Minar, Schuettler, Tipsarevic, Kohlschreiber, Reynolds, Berrer

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Postby renaudb » Sun Mar 12, 2006 7:14 am

Florent Serra said he goes to Sunrise.
Maybe A wild card for him?
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Postby Patrik77 » Sun Mar 12, 2006 8:10 am

Probably three bought wildcards in the Sarajevo Challenger, players without any ranking and results.
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Postby goslabs » Sun Mar 12, 2006 12:36 pm

Does anyone know if there have been any further withdrawals from the Salinas Challenger creating any lucky loser spots ? Are their any players likely to withdraw ?

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Postby kennycalhoo » Sun Mar 12, 2006 8:00 pm

I'm hearing there are quite a few withdrawals from Sunrise in the last few hours. Not a shock, really, but still.
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Postby seb » Mon Mar 13, 2006 3:55 am

Patrik77 wrote:Probably three bought wildcards in the Sarajevo Challenger, players without any ranking and results.


Yes, the same in Salinas.
I will try to make a list of these case and will mail the tournament directors saking to buy a WC for next year event. I will tell you how much it costs.
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Mon Mar 13, 2006 7:31 am

kennycalhoo wrote:I'm hearing there are quite a few withdrawals from Sunrise in the last few hours. Not a shock, really, but still.

Yes there were a lot of withdrawals, basically making the initial entry list a joke. I was away the whole day and could not update things.

I have edited the list above, and you can see that only 7 from the initial entry list of 24 are in the final list. The ALT list dropped all the way to the 30th spot in the end!

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Saretta

Postby Tenis News » Mon Mar 13, 2006 11:07 am

Is Saretta out of Sunrise ?
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Postby Nathaliia » Mon Mar 13, 2006 11:41 am

Patrik77 wrote:Probably three bought wildcards in the Sarajevo Challenger, players without any ranking and results.

If I bought one and M. Ryderstedt made a main draw, I could still beat him. And yes, i can't play tennis, you all know this :D What a pity chicks can't buy WC's to men's events!

Sebastien (forgive me calling you w/ full name, I just like it so much :D), isn't it the way you must show your player accreditation while applying for a WC?
so sick of love songs.
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Postby Gamass » Mon Mar 13, 2006 12:16 pm

Saretta OUT in Sunrise
Saretta sente pubalgia, não joga em Sunrise e é dúvida para Miami

Após a desistência do primeiro Masters Series do ano em Indian Wells alegando recuperação de dores nas costas, o paulista Flávio Saretta, número 86 do mundo, saiu da chave principal do Challenger de Sunrise, na Flórida. A assessoria do jogador informou que o tenista sentiu uma pubalgia. Ele tentará se recuperar a tempo para jogar em Miami.


Saretta estava com passagem marcada para a Flórida no sábado. Mas sentiu uma pubalgia, adiou a viagem para domingo. Mesmo assim, sentindo dores fortes e sem condições, o tenista não conseguiu embarcar. Ele permance em São Paulo onde tentará se recuperar para a disputa do segundo Masters Series do ano em Miami que começa no próximo dia 20: “Chegamos a conclusão de que não daria para entrar em quadra. Estou fazendo fisioterapia em dois períodos e torcendo para que me recupere até o Masters Series de Miami”, disse o tenista.

Esta é a segunda desistência seguida do tenista. Em Indian Wells, Saretta entrou como alternate, mas não jogou preferindo se recuperar de dores nas costas.

Além da ausência de Saretta, o torneio vai se esvaziando aos poucos. Apesar de ser um evento de nível médio com premiação muito inferior a um Masters Series, US$ 100 mil, mas inicialmente contasva com a presença de figuras renomadas no tênis como Dominik Hrbaty (SVK), Fabrice Santoro (FRA) e o jovem talentoso Andy Murray (GBR).
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Postby Guest » Mon Mar 13, 2006 4:39 pm

OUT Soderling:
He is in Indian Wells
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