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Postby Super-Fabio » Tue Jun 06, 2006 1:52 pm

Amersfoort
1 Coria, Guillermo ARG 22
2 Mathieu, Paul-Henri FRA 32
3 Moya, Carlos ESP 33
4 Massu, Nicolas CHI 35
5 Bracciali, Daniele ITA 54
6 Calleri, Agustin ARG 60
7 Djokovic, Novak SCG 63
8 Pashanski, Boris SCG 64
9 Sanguinetti, Davide ITA 65
10 Martin, Alberto ESP 68
11 Starace, Potito ITA 77
12 Ramirez Hidalgo, Ruben ESP 79
13 Di Mauro, Alessio ITA 81
14 Berlocq, Carlos ARG 82
15 Vicente, Fernando ESP 87
16 Benneteau, Julien FRA 95
17 Hernych, Jan CZE 96
18 Minar, Ivo CZE 98
19 Garcia-Lopez, Guillermo ESP 102
20 Montanes, Albert ESP 105
21 Zib, Tomas CZE 109
22 Massa, Edgardo ARG 109 (PR)
23 Van Gemerden, Melle NED 111
24 (SE)
25 (SE)
26 (WC)
27 (WC)
28 (WC)
29 (Q)
30 (Q)
31 (Q)
32 (Q)

Alternates
1.Gremelmayr, Denis GER
2.Gicquel, Marc FRA
3.Roitman, Sergio ARG
4.Sluiter, Raemon NED
5.Gabashvili, Teimuraz RUS
6.Marin, Juan Antonio CRC
7.Lapentti, Nicolas ECU
8.Hernandez, Oscar ESP
9.Patience, Olivier FRA
10.Ulihrach, Bohdan CZE
11.Luczak, Peter AUS
12.Junqueira, Diego ARG
13.Korolev, Evgeny RUS
14.Fleishman, Zack USA
15.Gonzalez, Santiago MEX
16.Hartfield, Diego ARG
17.Galvani, Stefano ITA
18.Haehnel, Jerome FRA
19.Cakl, Tomas CZE
20.Cipolla, Flavio ITA

Indianapolis
1 Roddick, Andy USA 5
2 Blake, James USA 8
3 Gonzalez, Fernando CHI 9
4 Ginepri, Robby USA 17
5 Hrbaty, Dominik SVK 24
6 Tursunov, Dmitry RUS 34
7 Srichaphan, Paradorn THA 39
8 Rusedski, Greg GBR 42
9 Murray, Andy GBR 45
10 Karlovic, Ivo CRO 52
11 Goldstein, Paul USA 58
12 Dent, Taylor USA 61
13 Muller, Gilles LUX 66
14 Spadea, Vincent USA 72
15 Moodie, Wesley RSA 74
16 Mahut, Nicolas FRA 80
17 Gimelstob, Justin USA 92
18 Udomchoke, Danai THA 97
19 Tipsarevic, Janko SCG 104
20 Lee, Hyung-Taik KOR 106
21 Delgado, Ramon PAR 107
22 Kunitsyn, Igor RUS 108
23 Carlsen, Kenneth DEN 112
24 Reynolds, Bobby USA 113
25 Kim, Kevin USA 116
26 Sabau, Razvan ROM 121
27 Lu, Yen-Hsun TPE 123
28 Capdeville, Paul CHI 125
29 Dancevic, Frank CAN 127
30 Kubot, Lukasz POL 130
31 Alves, Thiago BRA 133
32 Falla, Alejandro COL 139
33 Behrend, Tomas GER 142
34 Mello, Ricardo BRA 144
35 Bastl, George SUI 145
36 Faurel, Jean-Christophe FRA 147
37 Lisnard, Jean-Rene MON 148
38 Navarro Pastor, Ivan ESP 150
39 (SE)
40 (SE)
41 (WC)
42 (WC)
43 (WC)
44 (WC)
45 (Q)
46 (Q)
47 (Q)
48 (Q)

Alternates
1.Burgsmuller, Lars GER 153
2.Fleishman, Zack USA 155
3.Gonzalez, Santiago MEX 156
4.Hartfield, Diego ARG 157
5.Galvani, Stefano ITA 158
6.Sela, Dudi ISR 164
7.Cakl, Tomas CZE 165
8.Cipolla, Flavio ITA 169
9.Morrison, Jeff USA 171
10.Hajek, Jan CZE 174
11.Chiudinelli, Marco SUI 174 (PR)
12.Becker, Benjamin GER 175
13.Delic, Amer USA 176
14.Gimeno-Traver, Daniel ESP 178
15.Mertl, Jan CZE 179
16.Karanusic, Roko CRO 180
17.Ouahab, Lamine ALG 184
18.Sa, Andre BRA 186
19.Guccione, Chris AUS 187
20.Darcis, Steve BEL 189
21.Garcia, Adrian CHI 192
22.Ram, Rajeev USA 194
23.Healey, Nathan AUS 195
24.Galimberti, Giorgio ITA 197
25.Vico, Uros ITA 200
26.Carraz, Gregory FRA 201
27.Mamiit, Cecil PHI 204
28.Economidis, Konstantinos GRE 205
29.Russell, Michael USA 207
30.Snobel, Pavel CZE 210


Stuttgart
1 Nadal, Rafael ESP 2
2 Gaudio, Gaston ARG 10
3 Ferrer, David ESP 15
4 Berdych, Tomas CZE 20
5 Andreev, Igor RUS 26
6 Ferrero, Juan Carlos ESP 27
7 Monfils, Gael FRA 28
8 Acasuso, Jose ARG 29
9 Rochus, Olivier BEL 30
10 Verdasco, Fernando ESP 31
11 Vliegen, Kristof BEL 36
12 Chela, Juan Ignacio ARG 38
13 Gasquet, Richard FRA 40
14 Almagro, Nicolas ESP 41
15 Youzhny, Mikhail RUS 43
16 Serra, Florent FRA 44
17 Horna, Luis PER 46
18 Simon, Gilles FRA 47
19 Mirnyi, Max BLR 49
20 Volandri, Filippo ITA 55
21 Wawrinka, Stanislas SUI 57
22 Hanescu, Victor ROM 59
23 Phau, Bjorn GER 62
24 Vik, Robin CZE 67
25 Seppi, Andreas ITA 69
26 Melzer, Jurgen AUT 70
27 Schuettler, Rainer GER 73
28 Rochus, Christophe BEL 76
29 Mayer, Florian GER 78
30 Zabaleta, Mariano ARG 81
31 Kohlschreiber, Philipp GER 83
32 Pavel, Andrei ROM 84
33 Portas, Albert ESP 85
34 Dlouhy, Lukas CZE 86
35 Saretta, Flavio BRA 89
36 Marach, Oliver AUT 90
37 Greul, Simon GER 93
38 Waske, Alexander GER 94
39 (WC)
40 (WC)
41 (WC)
42 (WC)
43 (Q)
44 (Q)
45 (Q)
46 (Q)
47 (Q)
48 (Q)

Alternates
1.Vanek, Jiri CZE
2.Novak, Jiri CZE
3.Monaco, Juan ARG
4.Norman, Dick BEL
5.Gremelmayr, Denis GER
6.Gicquel, Marc FRA
7.Roitman, Sergio ARG
8.Gabashvili, Teimuraz RUS
9.Marin, Juan Antonio CRC
10.Berrer, Michael GER
11.Lapentti, Nicolas ECU
12.Hernandez, Oscar ESP
13.Patience, Olivier FRA
14.Ulihrach, Bohdan CZE
15.Del Potro, Juan Martin ARG
16.Luczak, Peter AUS
17.Junqueira, Diego ARG
18.Korolev, Evgeny RUS
19.Fleishman, Zack USA
20.Gonzalez, Santiago MEX

Stuttgart Q

1 Monaco, Juan ARG 81
2 Hajek, Jan CZE 103
3 Gabashvili, Teimuraz RUS 113
4 Norman, Dick BEL 118
5 Koubek, Stefan AUT 123
6 Del Potro, Juan Martin ARG 134
7 Lapentti, Nicolas ECU 136
8 Cipolla, Flavio ITA 146
9 Hartfield, Diego ARG 150
10 Junqueira, Diego ARG 157
11 Luczak, Peter AUS 159
12 Haehnel, Jerome FRA 164
13 Calatrava, Alex ESP 168
14 Fraile, Gorka ESP 170
15 Bolelli, Simone ITA 173
16 Beck, Andreas GER 176
17 Eitzinger, Rainer AUT 185
18 Gimeno-Traver, Daniel ESP 190
19 Armando, Hugo USA 192
20 Ungur, Adrian ROM 215
21 (WC)
22 (WC)
23 (WC)
24 (WC)

Alternates
1. Popp, Torsten GER 216
2. Aldi, Francesco ITA 229
3. Cuadrado, Carlos ESP 234
4. Garcia, Adrian CHI 240
5. Navratil, Michal CZE 284
6. Uebel, Lars GER 291
7. Lopez, Marc ESP 293
8. Guez, David FRA 297
9. Villagran, Cristian ARG 303
10. Cuevas, Pablo URU 307
11. Aranguren, Juan-Martin ARG 308
12. Wiltschnig, Herbert AUT 311
13. Checa-Calvo, Jose ESP 312
14. Pedrini, Marco ITA 318
15. Santos-Gonzalez, Pablo ESP 330
16. Herm-Zahlava, Jakub GER 332
17. Schukin, Yuri RUS 336
18. Chardy, Jeremy FRA 354
19. Pastorino, Antonio ARG 358
20. Fornell, Marc ESP 364
21. Al Ghareeb, Mohammed KUW 365
22. Pellerin, Ludwig FRA 366
23. Salva-Vidal, Bartolome ESP 372
24. Parada, Felipe CHI 375
25. Rieschick, Sebastian GER 379
26. King, Phillip USA 392
27. Ruiz-Cadenas, Hector ESP 401
28. Guzman, Juan-Pablo ARG 405
29. Todero, Nicolas ARG 407 13
30. Brizzi, Alberto ITA 410
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Postby smucav » Tue Jun 06, 2006 4:20 pm

In Indianapolis there are two SEs & four Qualifiers.
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Postby frans » Wed Jun 07, 2006 4:35 am

On the official tournament site of Amersfoort it was said that Gaston Gaudio signed-in, and now he is playing in Stuttgart. Why did he sign in in Stuttgart?

in dutch: http://www.dutchopentennis.nl/toernooi- ... uws_id=135

I must say I am a little disappointed with the line up in Amersfoort, because they said that they where busy signing big players... Not even 1 top-20 player is in now
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Postby PatatRiek » Wed Jun 07, 2006 7:26 am

thanks Super-Fabio
regards,
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Postby daryl » Wed Jun 14, 2006 2:50 am

[quote="frans"]I must say I am a little disappointed with the line up in Amersfoort, because they said that they where busy signing big players... Not even 1 top-20 player is in now[/quote]

In a week with 2 other bigger events (and many players willing to rest), you dont have to get busy, you have to get a briefcase full of one hundred euros bills :D
Plus they have two no. 1s
Moya, a former, former, former no. 1
And Coria, he's the no. 1 in the double fault ATP list :lol:

PS: Just a joke, i love Moya and Coria.
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Postby Super-Fabio » Wed Jun 28, 2006 6:56 am

qualifying entry list in the first post :)
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Postby smucav » Sat Jul 01, 2006 5:11 pm

http://www.rcatennis.com/TopStory.secti ... e9487.html
18-year-old American Sam Querrey also accepts wild card
RCA Championships, June 29, 2006

INDIANAPOLIS… The RCA Championships filled two of their four wild card openings with a proven champion and a rising American teenager.

Two-time Grand Slam Champion Marat Safin of Russia and 18-year-old American Sam Querrey accepted wild cards to play in the 2006 RCA Championships, which will be held July 15-23, at the Indianapolis Tennis Center on the campus of IUPUI.

Prior to missing the second half of 2005 due to knee surgery, Safin captured his second career Grand Slam title in 2005 by defeating Federer in the semifinals and Aussie favorite Hewitt in the finals. Despite the season ending knee surgery Safin finished the year at No. 13 on the INDESIT ATP Rankings. He was a finalist at Halle and a quarterfinalist at AMS Cincinnati. Safin, currently ranked No. 87 on INDESIT ATP Rankings, didn’t step back on the court until February at Dubai and is starting to regain his form.

“We are delighted that Marat requested a wild card to play in the tournament,” said Tournament Director Kevin Martin. “He is extremely entertaining to watch and his current ranking does not reflect his talent. He is one of the elite tennis players in the world. Marat has been called the “future of tennis” and his two Grand Slam titles prove that.”

He was a semifinalist at Valencia and reached the round of 16 at AMS Indian Wells. Safin, who held the No. 1 ranking for nine weeks in 2000, owns 15 career singles titles including the US and Australian Open Grand Slam titles and five AMS singles titles. This will be his first appearance in Indianapolis since 2001. He is 7-2 on the Indianapolis hardcourts and was the runner-up in 2000 (l. to. Kuerten) and a semifinalist in 2001 (l to. Rafter).

Before turning pro in May of 2006, the 6’6” Querrey from Thousand Oaks, CA had an outstanding junior career. He ranked as high as No. 10 in the world on the ITF junior rankings. His career highlights thus far include winning the USTA Spring International Championships and the Easter Bowl in back-to-back weeks. The aggressive teen reached the quarterfinals at the French Open Juniors and the round of 16 at the Wimbledon and US Open Juniors. He played in the 2006 AMS Indian Wells as an amateur and reached the second round where he took a set from James Blake, before falling 1-6, 6-1, 6-3.

About Querrey, Martin said, “I had the chance to see Sam play at the NASDAQ in March and could see the potential he has. We are always looking for young players that are on the verge of breaking out in their pro career. Sam appears to be there.”

The RCA Championships is a world-class tennis event held annually in Indianapolis. The event, which traces its roots back to 1920, has hosted such notable players as Pete Sampras, Arthur Ashe, Jimmy Connors, Andre Agassi and Andy Roddick.

Tickets for the 2006 RCA Championships can be purchased by calling 800-622-LOVE or by visiting any Ticketmaster location. For more information please go to www.rcatennis.com.
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Postby kundalini » Wed Jul 05, 2006 9:49 am

Rusedski out of Indianapolis due to hip injury suffered prior to Queens that requires 4-6 weeks rest.

http://www.channel4.com/news/content/ne ... id=1248250
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Postby Rosie » Thu Jul 06, 2006 9:49 am

I understand from a German friend of mine that Juan Carlos Ferrero has pulled out of Stuttgart. She got this from the Tournament Office when she called them to check, as she had heard rumours in the local Press that he would not turn up. Sorry - don't know the reason that he gave.
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Postby Shhh » Mon Jul 10, 2006 1:00 am

From IndyStar.com

Greg Rusedski, the 2002 RCA Championships winner, has withdrawn from next week's tournament at the Indianapolis Tennis Center because of a hip injury.


RCA Championships director Kevin Martin had been set to announce that Nicolas Kiefer had accepted a wild card, but the 15th-ranked Kiefer determined this weekend that the wrist he injured at the French Open had not healed enough to play. Two wild cards remain for the tournament, which begins a week from today.
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Mon Jul 10, 2006 6:11 pm

Early Update:

Stuttgart Main -- OUT: Andreev, Ferrero .. IN: Vanek, Novak
Stuttgart Q -- No withdrawals
Indianapolis -- OUT: Moodie, Rusedski .. IN: Burgsmuller, Fleishman
Amersfoort -- No withdrawals.

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Postby smucav » Mon Jul 10, 2006 8:12 pm

http://www.rcatennis.com/TopStory.secti ... 92472.html
German Olympic Medialist Returns to Indianapolis first time since 2002
RCA Tennis Championships, July 10, 2006

INDIANAPOLIS… The RCA Championships, which will be held July 15-23 at the Indianapolis Tennis Center on the campus of IUPUI, filled one of its final two wild cards with ATP Tour veteran Tommy Haas.

The 28-year-old Haas, who is currently ranked No. 21 on the INDESIT ATP Rankings, will make his sixth appearance in Indianapolis. His return will be his first since losing in the semifinals to the 2002 singles champions Greg Rusedski.

The German, who has been ranked as high as No.2 in his career, jumped off to a career-best 23-6 start in the first four months of action winning ATP titles in Delray Beach and Memphis. He is currently 30-12 on the year with four of those losses happening at the hands of No. 1 Federer in the semifinals at Doha, Halle, 4th round at Australian Open and the 3rd round at AMS Miami.

“We are excited that the Indianapolis fans will get to see Tommy for the first time since 2002,” said RCA Tournament Director Kevin Martin.

“When Haas turned pro he was looked at carrying the torch for Germany after Boris Becker’s retirement with the talent he has. Haas’ ability has been tempered by an unfortunate string of injuries throughout his career but when he is healthy as he has been this season, he is considered one of the top players in the game.”

Haas finished in the top 50 for the eighth time in nine years in 2005 highlighted by four ATP semifinals. In February he reached back-to-back semifinals in San Jose and Memphis. In May, Haas helped his native country to the ATP World Team Championship over Argentina by winning three of four singles and doubles matches.

Haas, who began playing the game of tennis at the age of four, is a product of the prestigious Nick Bollettieri Academy. In addition to capturing nine career singles titles, owning an 18-4 career Davis Cup record and being named the 2004 ATP Comeback Player of the Year, Haas won the singles silver medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

The RCA Championships still has one remaining wild card to award. “We are still pursing Andre Agassi, Tommy Robredo, Marcos Baghdatis or Donald Young to fill our last spot,” said Martin.

The RCA Championships is a world-class tennis event held annually in Indianapolis. The event, which traces its roots back to 1920, has hosted such notable players as Pete Sampras, Arthur Ashe, Jimmy Connors, Andre Agassi and Andy Roddick.

Tickets for the 2006 RCA Championships can be purchased by calling 800-622-LOVE or by visiting any Ticketmaster location. For more information please go to www.rcatennis.com.
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Postby smucav » Mon Jul 10, 2006 8:20 pm

R. Jayakrishnan wrote:Indianapolis -- OUT: Moodie, Rusedski .. IN: Burgsmuller, Fleishman
Jay: Was there a correction to the original list? Burgsmuller was already IN.
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Tue Jul 11, 2006 7:10 am

Ah yes, there was a correction it seems. Dent was added to the initial list and so Burgsmuller was out. I corrected it above. Thanks for the catch, smucav!

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Postby daryl » Wed Jul 12, 2006 4:06 am

Nadal will win Sttugart for sure, he needs a new car to improve his driving skills :)
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Wed Jul 12, 2006 6:58 am

Early Update:

Stuttgart Main -- OUT: Andreev, Ferrero .. IN: Vanek, Novak
Stuttgart Q -- (T.Popp from ALT #1)
Indianapolis -- OUT: Moodie, Rusedski (and Hartfield, Galvani, Sela, Cipolla, Hajek, Chiudinelli, Mertl, Karanusic, Sa, Guccione from ALT) .. IN: Burgsmuller, Fleishman
Amersfoort -- No withdrawals.

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Postby lucky71 » Wed Jul 12, 2006 9:23 am

amersfoort.
starace is out
http://www.eurosport-it.com/
flash news
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Postby EMiLY » Thu Jul 13, 2006 8:43 am

any news on Stuttgart wildcards??
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Thu Jul 13, 2006 10:11 am

Update:

Stuttgart Main (no SE spots)
OUT: Andreev, Ferrero, Hanescu, Monfils
IN: Vanek, Novak, Monaco, Norman
NEXT: Gremelmayr, Gicquel, Roitman, Gabashvili, Marin, Berrer, Lapentti, Hernandez

Stuttgart Q
OUT: Hajek, Monaco, Norman (also T.Popp, Aldi, Lopez, Wiltschnig, Checa-Calvo, Pedrini, Santos-Gonzalez, Chardy, Pastorino, Fornell from ALT)
IN: Cuadrado, Garcia, Navratil
NEXT: Uebel, Guez, Villagran, Cuevas, Aranguren, Herm-Zahlava, Schukin

Indianapolis (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Dancevic, Kubot, Moodie, Murray, Rusedski (and Hartfield, Galvani, Sela, Cipolla, Hajek, Chiudinelli, Mertl, Karanusic, Sa, Guccione from ALT)
IN: Burgsmuller, Fleishman, Gonzalez, Cakl, Morrison
NEXT: Becker, Delic, Gimeno-Traver, Ouahab, Darcis, Garcia, Healey

Amersfoort (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Starace
IN: Gremelmayr
NEXT: Gicquel, Roitman, Sluiter, Gabashvili, Marin, N.Lapentti, O.Hernandez, Patience

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Postby Anco » Thu Jul 13, 2006 1:30 pm

Isn't Korolev a candidate for a SE-spot at Amersfoort?
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Postby Gamass » Thu Jul 13, 2006 3:07 pm

Amersfoort:
Raemon Sluiter and young Thiemo De Bakker wild card in main draw
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Thu Jul 13, 2006 8:49 pm

Super-Fabio: Would you be updating the lists above with color codes? .. Got a couple of PMs from people about that .. Hope you could find some time for that!

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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Thu Jul 13, 2006 8:54 pm

Stuttgart Main (no SE spots)
OUT: Andreev, Ferrero, Hanescu, Monfils (and Berrer, Fleishman, Gonzalez from ALT)
IN: Vanek, Novak, Monaco, Norman
NEXT: Gremelmayr, Gicquel, Roitman, Gabashvili, Marin, Lapentti, Hernandez

Stuttgart Q
OUT: Hajek, Monaco, Norman (also T.Popp, Aldi, Lopez, Villagran, Cuevas, Wiltschnig, Checa-Calvo, Pedrini, Santos-Gonzalez, Chardy, Pastorino, Fornell from ALT)
IN: Cuadrado, Garcia, Navratil
NEXT: Uebel, Guez, Aranguren, Herm-Zahlava, Schukin, Al Ghareeb

Indianapolis (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Dancevic, Karlovic, Kubot, Moodie, Murray, Rusedski (and Hartfield, Galvani, Sela, Cipolla, Hajek, Chiudinelli, Gimeno-Traver, Mertl, Karanusic, Sa, Guccione from ALT)
IN: Burgsmuller, Fleishman, Gonzalez, Cakl, Morrison, Becker
NEXT: Delic, Ouahab, Darcis, Garcia, Healey

Amersfoort (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Starace (and Fleishman, S.Gonzalez from ALT)
IN: Gremelmayr
NEXT: Gicquel, Roitman, Sluiter, Gabashvili, Marin, N.Lapentti, O.Hernandez, Patience

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Postby CooCooCachoo » Thu Jul 13, 2006 11:45 pm

WC Amersfoort for Robin Haase.
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Postby lucky71 » Fri Jul 14, 2006 7:55 am

nadal IS OUT
CIAO
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Fri Jul 14, 2006 7:55 am

Stuttgart Main (no SE spots)
OUT: Andreev, Ferrero, Hanescu, Monfils, Nadal (and Gremelmayr, Gicquel, Berrer, Fleishman, Gonzalez from ALT)
IN: Vanek, Novak, Monaco, Norman, Roitman
NEXT: Gabashvili, Marin, Lapentti, Hernandez

Stuttgart Q
OUT: Hajek, Monaco, Norman (also T.Popp, Aldi, Lopez, Guez, Villagran, Cuevas, Wiltschnig, Checa-Calvo, Pedrini, Santos-Gonzalez, Chardy, Pastorino, Fornell from ALT)
IN: Cuadrado, Garcia, Navratil
NEXT: Uebel, Aranguren, Herm-Zahlava, Schukin, Al Ghareeb

Indianapolis (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Dancevic, Dent, Karlovic, Kubot, Moodie, Murray, Rusedski (and Hartfield, Galvani, Sela, Cipolla, Hajek, Chiudinelli, Gimeno-Traver, Mertl, Karanusic, Ouahab, Sa, Guccione, Darcis, Ram, Galimberti, Vico, Mamiit, Russell, Snobel from ALT)
IN: Burgsmuller, Fleishman, Gonzalez, Cakl, Morrison, Becker, Delic
NEXT: Garcia, Healey, Carraz, Economidis

Amersfoort (One of 2 SE spots cleared)
OUT: Hernych, Starace (and Fleishman, S.Gonzalez from ALT)
IN: Gremelmayr, Gicquel, Roitman
NEXT: Sluiter, Gabashvili, Marin, N.Lapentti, O.Hernandez, Patience, Ulihrach, Luczak

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Postby smucav » Fri Jul 14, 2006 2:13 pm

Stuttgart Q:
OUT: Gabashvili, Calatrava, Beck (& Garcia from ALT)
IN: Uebel, Aranguren, Uribe, Martinez

Indianapolis:
Last wild card goes to Xavier Malisse

Mark Philippoussis earned a special exempt.

One SE cleared (& Garcia from ALT OUT); Healey IN

Anco wrote:Isn't Korolev a candidate for a SE-spot at Amersfoort?
No: he lost in the QF.

Marin Cilic earned a special exempt into Amersfoort. (TBC)
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Postby guest1 » Fri Jul 14, 2006 2:48 pm

isn't gremelmayer in the main draw in stuttgart?as a german i think he would prefer stuttgart to amersfoort as he made it into the main draw of both tournaments, and it is also said in the article dealt with nadal's withdrawal:

http://www.eurosport.com/tennis/atp-stu ... 5715.shtml
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Postby bass » Fri Jul 14, 2006 3:08 pm

It seems Gremelmayr is playing Stuttgart
You can read it on the Mercedes Cup Website

http://www.mercedescup.de/index.php?id=77

Nadals Verletzung ist Denis Gremelmayrs Glück
Rafael Nadal kann beim 28. MercedesCup auf dem Stuttgarter Weissenhof seinen Titel nicht verteidigen. Am Freitag sagte sein Manager Carlos Costa per E-Mail bei Turnierdirektor Bernd Nusch ab. „Wegen eines Problems an der linken Hand“, die den 20-Jährigen schon während des Grand-Slam-Turniers in Wimbledon behinderte hatte, könne die Nummer 2 der Weltrangliste in diesem Jahr nicht in Stuttgart aufschlagen. „Das war für uns keine leichte Entscheidung“, so Costa, „und wir haben abgewartet, ob Rafa sich letztlich doch erholen würde, um Ihr Turnier zu spielen.“ Rafael Nadal werde Nusch Anfang nächster Woche persönlich anrufen, schloss Carlos Costa.

„Wir bedauern die Absage von Nadal natürlich“, lautete der Kommentar von Bernd Nusch, um dann aber sofort das Positive zu sehen: „Damit rutscht mit Denis Gremelmayr ein weiter Deutscher ins Hauptfeld.“ Der 24–Jährige Lampertheimer, der von Helmut Lüthi trainiert wird, ist momentan die Nummer 123 der ATP-Weltrangliste. In diesem Jahr stand er bereits im Viertelfinale von München und in der dritten Runde bei den Australian Open. Veranstalter Raimund Gründler hofft „auf einen Auftritt Nadals 2007, nachdem wir alle noch seine tollen Matches im letzten Jahr in Erinnerung haben“. Nun führt Vorjahresfinalist Gaston Gaudio (Argentinien) die Meldeliste an, der damit seinem großen Ziel – „Ich will endlich diesen Mercedes gewinnen!“ – einen Schritt näher gekommen ist
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Postby Gamass » Fri Jul 14, 2006 5:18 pm

Amersfoot:
the last wild card is Igor Sijsling
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Fri Jul 14, 2006 9:48 pm

Stuttgart Main (no SE spots)
OUT: Andreev, Ferrero, Hanescu, Monfils, Nadal, Verdasco (and Gremelmayr, Gicquel, Roitman, Marin, Fleishman, Gonzalez from ALT)
IN: Vanek, Novak, Monaco, Norman, Gabashvili, Berrer,
NEXT: Lapentti, Hernandez, Patience, Ulihrach, Del Potro, Luczak,

Stuttgart Q
OUT: Gabashvili, Hajek, Monaco, Norman (also T.Popp, Aldi, Garcia, Lopez, Guez, Villagran, Cuevas, Wiltschnig, Checa-Calvo, Pedrini, Santos-Gonzalez, Chardy, Pastorino, Fornell, Pellerin, Salva-Vidal, Rieschick, King, Ruiz-Cadenas from ALT)
IN: Cuadrado, Navratil, Uebel, Aranguren
NEXT: Herm-Zahlava, Schukin, Al Ghareeb, Parada, Guzman, Todero, Brizzi

Indianapolis (One of 2 SE spots cleared)
OUT: Dancevic, Dent, Karlovic, Kubot, Moodie, Murray, Rusedski (and Hartfield, Galvani, Sela, Cipolla, Hajek, Chiudinelli, Gimeno-Traver, Mertl, Karanusic, Ouahab, Sa, Guccione, Darcis, Garcia, Ram, Galimberti, Vico, Mamiit, Russell, Snobel, ETC from ALT)
IN: Burgsmuller, Fleishman, Gonzalez, Cakl, Morrison, Becker, Delic, Healey
NEXT: Witten, Odesnik, Levy, Klec, Taino (that is ALT #45!!)

Amersfoort (One of 2 SE spots cleared)
OUT: Hernych, Starace, Van Gemerden (and Sluiter, Gabashvili, Fleishman, S.Gonzalez from ALT)
IN: Gremelmayr, Gicquel, Roitman, Marin
NEXT: N.Lapentti, O.Hernandez, Patience, Ulihrach, Luczak, Junqueira

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Postby Judio » Tue Jul 18, 2006 11:29 am

Kohlschreiber withdrew late on Tuesday

Melzer appears to have a W/O in first round

http://www.mercedescup.de/fileadmin/Mer ... l_2006.pdf

Surely there must be a Lucky Loser still around on site ???
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Postby Judio » Tue Jul 18, 2006 11:32 am

Zwei Österreicher profitieren von Ausfällen
Des einen Leid ist des anderen Freud’: Die beiden Österreicher Jürgen Melzer und Stefan Koubek sind die Nutznießer von zwei verletzungsbedingten Ausfällen beim 28. MercedesCup am Dienstag. Zunächst musste Philipp Kohlschreiber (Neuss) seine Erstrundenbegegnung gegen Melzer wegen Schmerzen in der rechten Leiste absagen, wodurch der 25–Jährige aus dem Nachbarland kampflos in Runde 2 steht. Hier trifft er auf den an Nummer 12 gesetzten Weißrussen Max Mirnyi.

Wegen Problemen in der linken Wade kann die Nummer 4 der MercedesCup-Setzliste, Olivier Rochus (Belgien), morgen in Runde 2 nicht gegen den Russen Teimuraz Gabashvili antreten, so dass hier Stefan Koubek, der höchstplazierte Verlierer der Qualifikationsfinals, als Lucky Loser nachrückt.
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Postby Judio » Tue Jul 18, 2006 11:35 am

Basically means that Koubek was the lucky loser
but has taken Rochus' place in the second round as a Lucky loser
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Postby Judio » Tue Jul 18, 2006 11:37 am

As the first round has to complete Tuesday it was too
late to call on a nother player

Can anyone remember a player getting a First Round Walkover before ???
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Postby Patrik77 » Tue Jul 18, 2006 2:17 pm

Judio wrote:As the first round has to complete Tuesday it was too
late to call on a nother player

Can anyone remember a player getting a First Round Walkover before ???


Sure, Stockholm 2002: Lleyton Hewitt got a first round bye when Thomas Enqvist withdrew. None of the Swedes on site signed in for the LL.....
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Postby Elina » Wed Jul 19, 2006 1:31 am

Patrik77 wrote:Sure, Stockholm 2002: Lleyton Hewitt got a first round bye when Thomas Enqvist withdrew. None of the Swedes on site signed in for the LL.....


I remember that one, too. :roll:
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Postby PatatRiek » Wed Jul 19, 2006 5:21 am

Judio wrote:
Wegen Problemen in der linken Wade


what it means :? :?
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Postby Jelena » Wed Jul 19, 2006 6:26 am

PatatRiek wrote:
Judio wrote:
Wegen Problemen in der linken Wade


what it means :? :?

because of problems in the left calf
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Postby PatatRiek » Wed Jul 19, 2006 10:24 am

Jelena wrote:
PatatRiek wrote:
Judio wrote:
Wegen Problemen in der linken Wade


what it means :? :?

because of problems in the left calf

thanks for the translation Jelena :Bows:
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