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Postby TeRRy » Wed Aug 30, 2006 1:41 am

Moscow
1 Davydenko, Nikolay RUS 6
OUT Kiefer, Nicolas GER 20
3 Tursunov, Dmitry RUS 25
4 Verdasco, Fernando ESP 26
OUT Monfils, Gael FRA 31
6 Clement, Arnaud FRA 47
7 Santoro, Fabrice FRA 49
8 Novak, Jiri CZE 49@
9 Benneteau, Julien FRA 51
10 Volandri, Filippo ITA 53
11 Youzhny, Mikhail RUS 54
12 Mirnyi, Max BLR 55
13 Mathieu, Paul-Henri FRA 59
14 Kohlschreiber, Philipp GER 63
15 Bracciali, Daniele ITA 64
16 Mahut, Nicolas FRA 66
OUT Karlovic, Ivo CRO 69
18 Lee, Hyung-Taik KOR 70
OUT Gimelstob, Justin USA 73
OUT Pavel, Andrei ROM 75
21 Schuettler, Rainer GER 78
22 Moodie, Wesley RSA 82
OUT Hajek, Jan CZE 83
24 (SE)
25 (SE)
26 (WC) Gabashvili, Teimuraz RUS
27 (WC) Korolev, Evgeny RUS
28 (WC) Kunitsyn, Igor RUS
29 (Q)
30 (Q)
31 (Q)
32 (Q)

Alternates
OUT Spadea, Vincent USA 84
IN Vik, Robin CZE 85
IN Kim, Kevin USA 86
OUT Pashanski, Boris SCG 87
OUT Dancevic, Frank CAN 88
OUT Sluiter, Raemon NED 89
IN Roitman, Sergio ARG 90
IN Muller, Gilles LUX 91
IN Tipsarevic, Janko SCG 92
OUT Di Mauro, Alessio ITA 94
OUT Dlouhy, Lukas CZE 96
IN Hernych, Jan CZE 97
OUT Gremelmayr, Denis GER 98
OUT Vicente, Fernando ESP 99
OUT Starace, Potito ITA 100
IN Vanek, Jiri CZE 101
OUT Waske, Alexander GER 102
OUT Patience, Olivier FRA 103
IN Safin, Marat RUS 104

Stockholm
1 Nadal, Rafael ESP 2
2 Blake, James USA 7
3 Ferrer, David ESP 13
4 Berdych, Tomas CZE 14
5 Nieminen, Jarkko FIN 15
6 Rochus, Olivier BEL 30
7 Soderling, Robin SWE 34
8 Bjorkman, Jonas SWE 35
9 Vliegen, Kristof BEL 38
10 Johansson, Thomas SWE 40
11 Massu, Nicolas CHI 41
12 Srichaphan, Paradorn THA 43
OUT Martin, Alberto ESP 50
14 Sanguinetti, Davide ITA 57
15 Fish, Mardy USA 60
16 Rochus, Christophe BEL 65
17 Phau, Bjorn GER 67
18 Seppi, Andreas ITA 71
19 Monaco, Juan ARG 72
20 Greul, Simon GER 76
21 Lopez, Feliciano ESP 77
22 Gicquel, Marc FRA 79
23 Garcia-Lopez, Guillermo ESP 80
24 (SE)
25 (SE)
26 (WC) Johansson, Joachim SWE
27 (WC) Vinciguerra, Andreas SWE
28 (WC) Eleskovic, Ervin SWE
29 (Q)
30 (Q)
31 (Q)
32 (Q)

Alternates
IN Spadea, Vincent USA 84
OUT Vik, Robin CZE 85
OUT Kim, Kevin USA 86
OUT Pashanski, Boris SCG 87
IN Dancevic, Frank CAN 88
IN Sluiter, Raemon NED 89

Vienna
1 Ljubicic, Ivan CRO 3
2 Nalbandian, David ARG 4
3 Baghdatis, Marcos CYP 8
OUT Stepanek, Radek CZE 9
5 Roddick, Andy USA 10
6 Gonzalez, Fernando CHI 11
7 Haas, Tommy GER 16
OUT Hewitt, Lleyton AUS 17
9 Ferrero, Juan Carlos ESP 18
OUT Ginepri, Robby USA 21
11 Hrbaty, Dominik SVK 22
12 Djokovic, Novak SCG 23
13 Acasuso, Jose ARG 27
14 Calleri, Agustin ARG 28
15 Gasquet, Richard FRA 29
16 Malisse, Xavier BEL 33
17 Grosjean, Sebastien FRA 36
18 Chela, Juan Ignacio ARG 37
OUT Coria, Guillermo ARG 42
OUT Serra, Florent FRA 44
21 Almagro, Nicolas ESP 45
22 Wawrinka, Stanislas SUI 46
23 Moya, Carlos ESP 48
24 Simon, Gilles FRA 52
25 (SE)
26 (WC) Koubek, Stefan AUT
27 (WC) Fischer, Martin AUT
28 (WC) Eitzinger, Rainer AUT
29 (Q)
30 (Q)
31 (Q)
32 (Q)

Alternates
IN Ramirez Hidalgo, Ruben ESP 56
IN Mayer, Florian GER 58
OUT Horna, Luis PER 61
IN Melzer, Jurgen AUT 68
OUT Spadea, Vincent USA 84
OUT Vik, Robin CZE 85
OUT Kim, Kevin USA 86
OUT Pashanski, Boris SCG 87
OUT Dancevic, Frank CAN 88
OUT Sluiter, Raemon NED 89
OUT Roitman, Sergio ARG 90
OUT Muller, Gilles LUX 91
OUT Tipsarevic, Janko SCG 92
IN Di Mauro, Alessio ITA 94
IN Marach, Oliver AUT 95
OUT Dlouhy, Lukas CZE 96
OUT Hernych, Jan CZE 97
IN Gremelmayr, Denis GER 98

Vienna Q
OUT Horna, Luis PER 57
OUT Del Potro, Juan Martin ARG 106
3 Falla, Alejandro COL 116
4 Bolelli, Simone ITA 127
5 Kubot, Lukasz POL 130
OUT Minar, Ivo CZE 135
7 Ulihrach, Bohdan CZE 139@
OUT Berrer, Michael GER 143
9 Zib, Tomas CZE 144
OUT Bogdanovic, Alex GBR 146
11 Bastl, George SUI 150
12 Cakl, Tomas CZE 152
13 Labadze, Irakli GEO 166
14 (WC) Hipfl, Markus AUT
15 (WC) Sandbichler, Armin AUT
16 (WC) Haider-Maurer, Andreas AUT

Alternates
OUT Lisnard, Jean-Rene MON 171
OUT Saulnier, Cyril FRA 186
OUT Chiudinelli, Marco SUI 189
IN Cilic, Marin CRO 202
OUT Eitzinger, Rainer AUT 207
OUT Troicki, Viktor SCG 217
IN Snobel, Pavel CZE 230
OUT Thomann, Nicolas FRA 238
OUT Bohli, Stephane SUI 246
OUT Kindlmann, Dieter GER 249
OUT Heuberger, Ivo SUI 253
IN Tuksar, Sasa CRO 258
OUT Parmar, Arvind GBR 259
OUT Summerer, Tobias GER 263
OUT Schukin, Yuri RUS 266
IN Vacek, Jan CZE 272
OUT Clemens, Tobias GER 276
IN Mertinak, Michal SVK 289
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Wed Aug 30, 2006 2:39 am

Added the alternates lists above.

Terry, can you sort the main draw lists and put it in our usual format? Thanks!

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Postby TeRRy » Wed Aug 30, 2006 7:51 am

Terry, can you sort the main draw lists and put it in our usual format? Thanks!


Sorry, I hadn't enough time :D
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Wed Aug 30, 2006 10:29 pm

No problem; I assumed you had done that quickly .. Jay
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Postby Björki » Thu Aug 31, 2006 2:55 am

the same alternate list for Stockholm and Moscow?
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Thu Aug 31, 2006 5:19 am

Yes, I had double-checked that to make sure.. The same list for the top 18 ALT spots. Safin entered only for Moscow and is ALT #19 there and Morrison at #51 is only there for Stockholm - those are the only differences between the lists in the first 70 ALT spots.

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Postby Elikian » Thu Aug 31, 2006 5:55 am

Makes me wonder who is number 93...Marcos Daniel.
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Postby Patrik77 » Thu Aug 31, 2006 6:59 am

I´m impressed by the Wienna field which has taken far to many top-players from Stockholm. But at least we will have Mr. John Mc Enroe. ;)
Really looking forward to the show of his! Would not trade him away for any other player!

:Welcome:

...and of course there is a Nadal, if he don´t withdraw the day before the tournament starts....
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Postby Elina » Fri Sep 01, 2006 8:58 am

The Stockholm list looks very good. :D I don't yet know whether to go there or not. I'd love to but I have tons of work and not that much extra money. ;)
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Postby Super-Fabio » Tue Sep 19, 2006 12:43 pm

Vienna Q
1 Horna, Luis PER 57
2 Del Potro, Juan Martin ARG 106
3 Falla, Alejandro COL 116
4 Bolelli, Simone ITA 127
5 Kubot, Lukasz POL 130
6 Minar, Ivo CZE 135
7 Berrer, Michael GER 143
8 Zib, Tomas CZE 144
9 Bogdanovic, Alex GBR 146
10 Bastl, George SUI 150
11 Cakl, Tomas CZE 152
12 Labadze, Irakli GEO 166
13 Lisnard, Jean-Rene MON 171
14 (WC)
15 (WC)
16 (WC)

Alternates
1. Saulnier, Cyril FRA 186
2. Chiudinelli, Marco SUI 189
3. Cilic, Marin CRO 202
4. Eitzinger, Rainer AUT 207
5. Troicki, Viktor SCG 217
6. Snobel, Pavel CZE 230
7. Thomann, Nicolas FRA 238
8. Bohli, Stephane SUI 246
9. Kindlmann, Dieter GER 249
10. Heuberger, Ivo SUI 253
11. Tuksar, Sasa CRO 258
12. Parmar, Arvind GBR 259
13. Summerer, Tobias GER 263
14. Schukin, Yuri RUS 266
15. Vacek, Jan CZE 272
16. Clemens, Tobias GER 276
17. Mertinak, Michal SVK 289
18. Masik, Jan CZE 290
19. Uebel, Lars GER 293
20. Chadaj, Adam POL 294
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Postby smucav » Sun Sep 24, 2006 5:15 pm

Stockholm wild card to Joachim Johansson:
http://www.stockholmopen.se/t3s.asp?p=3 ... 1&a=443003
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Postby positiiiv » Thu Sep 28, 2006 3:52 am

coria has already finished his saison, he won't play.

qualifying wildcards were announced today:

martin fischer (absolutely ok)
rainer eitzinger (absolutely needless to give him a wildcard, he'll anyways move into qualification without having to use a wildcard; probably somebody else will get the wildcard in the end)

and finally: MARKUS HIPFL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :KooKoo:

it's so disgusting, that he always get's his f***ing wildcard. every second time he loses because of retirement. anyways his tennis is really sh.. ... it's impossible that he's gonna win a match, especially on hardcourt.

i'm really pissed!!! such a stupid decision ... would be way better to give it some young austrian player. sorry for my use of language, but the guys from the tournaments are really idiots ...
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Postby positiiiv » Thu Sep 28, 2006 4:08 am

BTW: maindraw wildcards haven't been fixed yet. melzer is the 2nd player outside the MD at the moment. he'll for sure move in and therefore he won't need a wildcard. koubek and marach will get one, that's more or less for sure ... the 3rd one? - no idea! eschauer probably not, he's playing in barcelona. peya did not enter any events in the week of vienna, but according to the words being spoken at the press conference, it's likely that he will not get a wildcard. maybe then fischer is gonna get it ... we'll see ...
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Postby buddyholly » Thu Sep 28, 2006 8:57 am

positiiiv wrote:and finally: MARKUS HIPFL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :KooKoo:

it's so disgusting, that he always get's his f***ing wildcard. every second time he loses because of retirement. anyways his tennis is really sh.. ... it's impossible that he's gonna win a match, especially on hardcourt.

i'm really pissed!!! such a stupid decision ... would be way better to give it some young austrian player. sorry for my use of language, but the guys from the tournaments are really idiots ...

I think most people here prefer these boards for simple updates of who is in and who is out.
There are many other places for personal opinions.
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Tue Oct 03, 2006 6:35 am

Updates:

Moscow (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: None (and Pashanski, Dancevic, Dlouhy, Vicente, Starace from ALT)
IN: None
NEXT: Spadea, Vik, Kim, Sluiter, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic, Di Mauro

Stockholm (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: None (and Pashanski, Dlouhy, Vicente, Starace from ALT)
IN: None
NEXT: Spadea, Vik, Kim, Dancevic, Sluiter, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic, Di Mauro

Vienna (1 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Coria, Ginepri, Hewitt (and Horna, Pashanski from ALT)
IN: Ramirez Hidalgo, Mayer, Melzer
NEXT: Spadea, Vik, Kim, Dancevic, Sluiter, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic

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Postby Count Zero » Wed Oct 04, 2006 8:18 am

Bogdanovic has just made the qf's at mons, he if wins that match (on firday i think) would have miss all of vienna? would SE spots open up anywhere for him?
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Postby smucav » Wed Oct 04, 2006 8:21 am

Count Zero wrote:would SE spots open up anywhere for him?
Only at another challenger.

Only players in Tokyo (who reach the SFs and are on the Vienna qualifying list) are eligible for the SE in Vienna.

Players in Metz & Tokyo (who reach the SFs and are below the cut-off for Moscow or Stockholm) are eligible for the SE spots in Moscow and Stockholm.
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Postby Count Zero » Wed Oct 04, 2006 8:31 am

thanks for clearing that up, it s a bit double egded isnt it, he's playing well and could have a good chance to qualify, but also reaching the SF at mons would be big too. myabe he could go to rennes in that case.
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Postby Patrik77 » Wed Oct 04, 2006 9:13 am

Wildcard number 2 in Stockholm: Ervin Eleskovic :GoodLuck:
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Wed Oct 04, 2006 9:14 am

Updates:

Moscow (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Gimelstob, Kiefer (and Pashanski, Dancevic, Dlouhy, Vicente, Starace from ALT)
IN: Spadea, Vik
NEXT: Kim, Sluiter, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic, Di Mauro, Hernych, Gremelmayr

Stockholm (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Martin (and Pashanski, Dlouhy, Vicente, Starace from ALT)
IN: Spadea
NEXT: Vik, Kim, Dancevic, Sluiter, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic, Di Mauro, Hernych

Vienna (1 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Coria, Ginepri, Hewitt (and Horna, Pashanski from ALT)
IN: Ramirez Hidalgo, Mayer, Melzer
NEXT: Spadea, Vik, Kim, Dancevic, Sluiter, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic

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Postby Rosie » Wed Oct 04, 2006 9:36 am

smucav wrote:
Count Zero wrote:would SE spots open up anywhere for him?
Only at another challenger.

Only players in Tokyo (who reach the SFs and are on the Vienna qualifying list) are eligible for the SE in Vienna.

Players in Metz (who reach the SFs and are below the cut-off for Moscow or Stockholm) are eligible for the SE spots in Moscow and Stockholm.


OK - sorry for a really stupid question - but it's again about the SE spots that I've never totally understood. So, for example, - as you mentioned Vienna - if no one on their quallie list reaches the semis in Tokyo - what would happen to the SE spot? Would it go to the next player on the Alternate List, or someone from the quallie list, or maybe someone who reaches the Tokyo quarter finals as the jouney between both cities is quite far- or does it become almost another Wild Card for anyone to ask for? Thanks.
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Postby smucav » Wed Oct 04, 2006 9:38 am

Rosie wrote:So, for example, - as you mentioned Vienna - if no one on their quallie list reaches the semis in Tokyo - what would happen to the SE spot? Would it go to the next player on the Alternate List, or someone from the quallie list, or maybe someone who reaches the Tokyo quarter finals as the jouney between both cities is quite far- or does it become almost another Wild Card for anyone to ask for? Thanks.
It would be cleared and the next person on the main draw alternate list would get directly into the main draw.
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Postby Rosie » Wed Oct 04, 2006 10:59 am

smucav wrote:
Rosie wrote:So, for example, - as you mentioned Vienna - if no one on their quallie list reaches the semis in Tokyo - what would happen to the SE spot? Would it go to the next player on the Alternate List, or someone from the quallie list, or maybe someone who reaches the Tokyo quarter finals as the jouney between both cities is quite far- or does it become almost another Wild Card for anyone to ask for? Thanks.
It would be cleared and the next person on the main draw alternate list would get directly into the main draw.


Thank you :)
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Postby flav » Wed Oct 04, 2006 2:40 pm

any update in the Vienna Qualy list?? Horna withdrew from MD alternate list, so he should be OUT of the qualy list, no?

Thanks!!
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Postby pipoun » Thu Oct 05, 2006 1:53 am

I have a question about Moscow entry points, sorry if it is the wrong discussion.

On the calendar page, it's a 250 pts tournament but when you look at the factsheet, it's a 300 (which is coherent for a US$ 1,000,000)

I tried to check on the atp website and found a strange 175 !

Finally, there is no reason it change from last year where Andreev won 250...

Thanks in advance
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Postby Super-Fabio » Thu Oct 05, 2006 2:41 am

Moscow (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Gimelstob, Kiefer, Pavel (and Spadea, Pashanski, Dancevic, Dlouhy, Vicente, Starace, Patience from ALT)
IN: Vik, Kim, Sluiter
NEXT: Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic, Di Mauro, Hernych, Gremelmayr

Stockholm (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Martin (and Pashanski, Dlouhy, Vicente, Starace, Patience from ALT)
IN: Spadea
NEXT: Vik, Kim, Dancevic, Sluiter, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic, Di Mauro, Hernych

Vienna (1 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Coria, Ginepri, Hewitt (and Horna, Pashanski, Dlouhy, Vicente, Starace from ALT)
IN: Ramirez Hidalgo, Mayer, Melzer
NEXT: Spadea, Vik, Kim, Dancevic, Sluiter, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic
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Postby Super-Fabio » Thu Oct 05, 2006 2:43 am

Vienna Q
OUT: Berrer, Bogdanovic, Horna (and Troicki from ALT)
IN: Lisnard, Saulnier, Chiudinelli
NEXT: Cilic, Eitzinger, Snobel, Thomann, Bohli, Kindlmann
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Postby flav » Thu Oct 05, 2006 6:21 am

Super-Fabio wrote:Vienna Q
OUT: Berrer, Bogdanovic, Horna (and Troicki from ALT)
IN: Lisnard, Saulnier, Chiudinelli
NEXT: Cilic, Eitzinger, Snobel, Thomann, Bohli, Kindlmann

Lisnard is already IN...

Did the ATP add any player to the list?? :?
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Postby Super-Fabio » Thu Oct 05, 2006 6:26 am

flav wrote:
Super-Fabio wrote:Vienna Q
OUT: Berrer, Bogdanovic, Horna (and Troicki from ALT)
IN: Lisnard, Saulnier, Chiudinelli
NEXT: Cilic, Eitzinger, Snobel, Thomann, Bohli, Kindlmann

Lisnard is already IN...

Did the ATP add any player to the list?? :?


yes...

@ Ulihrach, Bohdan CZE 139
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Postby flav » Thu Oct 05, 2006 6:30 am

Super-Fabio wrote:
flav wrote:
Super-Fabio wrote:Vienna Q
OUT: Berrer, Bogdanovic, Horna (and Troicki from ALT)
IN: Lisnard, Saulnier, Chiudinelli
NEXT: Cilic, Eitzinger, Snobel, Thomann, Bohli, Kindlmann

Lisnard is already IN...

Did the ATP add any player to the list?? :?


yes...

@ Ulihrach, Bohdan CZE 139

Thanks Super-Fabio :HeadBang: BTW congratulations for your 1000 messages
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Thu Oct 05, 2006 9:48 am

Moscow (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Gimelstob, Kiefer, Monfils, Pavel (and Spadea, Pashanski, Dancevic, Di Mauro, Dlouhy, Vicente, Starace, Patience from ALT)
IN: Vik, Kim, Sluiter, Roitman
NEXT: Muller, Tipsarevic, Hernych, Gremelmayr, Vanek, Waske, Safin, Galvani

Stockholm (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Martin (and Vik, Pashanski, Dlouhy, Vicente, Starace, Patience from ALT)
IN: Spadea
NEXT: Kim, Dancevic, Sluiter, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic, Di Mauro, Hernych

Vienna (1 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Coria, Ginepri, Hewitt (and Horna, Spadea, Vik, Pashanski, Roitman, Dlouhy, Vicente, Starace from ALT)
IN: Ramirez Hidalgo, Mayer, Melzer
NEXT: Kim, Dancevic, Sluiter, Muller, Tipsarevic, Di Mauro, Marach, Hernych, Gremelmayr

Vienna Q
OUT: Berrer, Bogdanovic, Horna (and Saulnier, Chiudinelli, Troicki, Bohli from ALT)
IN: Lisnard, Cilic, Eitzinger
NEXT: Snobel, Thomann, Kindlmann, Heuberger, Tuksar, Parmar, Summerer, Schukin

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Postby Patrik77 » Thu Oct 05, 2006 11:46 am

Third WC in Stockholm: Andreas Vinciguerra :Cheers:
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Qualification Draws for Vienna

Postby zekozecic » Fri Oct 06, 2006 1:39 am

When shall the qual draws for Vienna take place - and could please anyone give the Internet addresses for them? Thanks a lot!


R. Jayakrishnan wrote:Moscow (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Gimelstob, Kiefer, Monfils, Pavel (and Spadea, Pashanski, Dancevic, Di Mauro, Dlouhy, Vicente, Starace, Patience from ALT)
IN: Vik, Kim, Sluiter, Roitman
NEXT: Muller, Tipsarevic, Hernych, Gremelmayr, Vanek, Waske, Safin, Galvani

Stockholm (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Martin (and Vik, Pashanski, Dlouhy, Vicente, Starace, Patience from ALT)
IN: Spadea
NEXT: Kim, Dancevic, Sluiter, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic, Di Mauro, Hernych

Vienna (1 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Coria, Ginepri, Hewitt (and Horna, Spadea, Vik, Pashanski, Roitman, Dlouhy, Vicente, Starace from ALT)
IN: Ramirez Hidalgo, Mayer, Melzer
NEXT: Kim, Dancevic, Sluiter, Muller, Tipsarevic, Di Mauro, Marach, Hernych, Gremelmayr

Vienna Q
OUT: Berrer, Bogdanovic, Horna (and Saulnier, Chiudinelli, Troicki, Bohli from ALT)
IN: Lisnard, Cilic, Eitzinger
NEXT: Snobel, Thomann, Kindlmann, Heuberger, Tuksar, Parmar, Summerer, Schukin

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Re: Qualification Draws for Vienna

Postby christoph2136 » Fri Oct 06, 2006 2:06 am

zekozecic wrote:When shall the qual draws for Vienna take place - and could please anyone give the Internet addresses for them? Thanks a lot!

Jay


Qual draw: today, 21.00 h
Wild cards: Koubek, Marach, Eitzinger
Qual wild cards: Haider-Maurer, Fischer, Hipfl
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Fri Oct 06, 2006 8:39 am

Moscow (Both SE spots cleared)
OUT: Gimelstob, Hajek, Karlovic, Kiefer, Monfils, Pavel (and Spadea, Pashanski, Dancevic, Sluiter, Di Mauro, Dlouhy, Gremelmayr, Vicente, Starace, Patience from ALT)
IN: Vik, Kim, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic, Hernych, Vanek, Waske
NEXT: Safin, Galvani, R.Delgado

Stockholm (2 SE spots to be cleared)
OUT: Martin (and Vik, Kim, Pashanski, Muller, Tipsarevic, Dlouhy, Hernych, Vicente, Starace, Vanek, Patience from ALT)
IN: Spadea
NEXT: Dancevic, Sluiter, Roitman, Di Mauro, Gremelmayr, Waske, Galvani, R.Delgado

Vienna (1 SE spot to be cleared)
OUT: Coria, Ginepri, Hewitt, Serra, Stepanek (and Horna, Spadea, Vik, Kim, Pashanski, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic, Dlouhy, Hernych, Vicente, Starace from ALT)
IN: Ramirez Hidalgo, Mayer, Melzer, Dancevic, Sluiter
NEXT: Di Mauro, Marach, Gremelmayr

Vienna Q
OUT: Berrer, Bogdanovic, Del Potro, Horna, I.Minar (and Lisnard, Saulnier, Chiudinelli, Troicki, Thomann, Bohli, Kindlmann, Heuberger, Parmar, Summerer, Schukin, Clemens from ALT)
IN: Cilic, Eitzinger, Snobel, Tuksar, Vacek
NEXT: Mertinak, Masik, Uebel

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Postby smucav » Fri Oct 06, 2006 8:59 am

Jay: Do you have more alternates for Vienna & Moscow? Some of those that are IN (or NEXT) such as Vanek & Waske are below the alternates listed above. Thanks.
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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Fri Oct 06, 2006 9:41 am

Yeah, with all three events being in Europe, the lists needed to be longer. Extended above ..

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Postby R. Jayakrishnan » Fri Oct 06, 2006 9:50 am

Moscow (Both SE spots cleared)
OUT: Gimelstob, Hajek, Karlovic, Kiefer, Monfils, Pavel (and Spadea, Pashanski, Dancevic, Sluiter, Di Mauro, Dlouhy, Gremelmayr, Vicente, Starace, Patience, Wang, De Voest, N.Lapentti from ALT)
IN: Vik, Kim, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic, Hernych, Vanek, Waske
NEXT: Safin, Galvani, R.Delgado, Becker, Del Potro, Kunitsyn, Pless, Korolev

Stockholm (One of 2 SE spots cleared)
OUT: Martin (and Vik, Kim, Pashanski, Muller, Tipsarevic, Dlouhy, Hernych, Vicente, Starace, Vanek, Patience, Wang, De Voest, N.Lapentti from ALT)
IN: Spadea, Dancevic
NEXT: Sluiter, Roitman, Di Mauro, Gremelmayr, Waske, Galvani, R.Delgado, Becker

Vienna (The one SE spot cleared)
OUT: Coria, Ginepri, Hewitt, Serra, Stepanek (and Horna, Spadea, Vik, Kim, Pashanski, Dancevic, Roitman, Muller, Tipsarevic, Dlouhy, Hernych, Vicente, Starace, Vanek, Patience, De Voest, N.Lapentti from ALT)
IN: Ramirez Hidalgo, Mayer, Melzer, Sluiter, Di Mauro, Marach
NEXT: Gremelmayr, Waske, Galvani, R.Delgado, Wang, Becker, Del Potro

Vienna Q
OUT: Berrer, Bogdanovic, Del Potro, Horna, I.Minar (and Lisnard, Saulnier, Chiudinelli, Troicki, Thomann, Bohli, Kindlmann, Heuberger, Parmar, Summerer, Schukin, Clemens from ALT)
IN: Cilic, Eitzinger, Snobel, Tuksar, Vacek
NEXT: Mertinak, Masik, Uebel, Chadaj, Lugassy, Lammer, Roger-Vasselin, Fornell

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Postby smucav » Fri Oct 06, 2006 1:48 pm

Vienna Qualifying:
Eitzinger OUT; Mertinak IN
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Postby smucav » Sat Oct 07, 2006 5:56 am

Vienna:
Sluiter OUT; Gremelmayr IN

Moscow:
Waske OUT; Safin IN
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Postby Gamass » Sun Oct 08, 2006 10:22 am

Vienna :
Malisse forfait OUT; Zib lucky loser IN
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Postby anttik » Wed Oct 11, 2006 3:44 am

pipoun wrote:I have a question about Moscow entry points, sorry if it is the wrong discussion.

On the calendar page, it's a 250 pts tournament but when you look at the factsheet, it's a 300 (which is coherent for a US$ 1,000,000)

I tried to check on the atp website and found a strange 175 !

Finally, there is no reason it change from last year where Andreev won 250...

Thanks in advance
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Postby anttik » Wed Oct 11, 2006 3:45 am

anttik wrote:
pipoun wrote:I have a question about Moscow entry points, sorry if it is the wrong discussion.

On the calendar page, it's a 250 pts tournament but when you look at the factsheet, it's a 300 (which is coherent for a US$ 1,000,000)

I tried to check on the atp website and found a strange 175 !

Finally, there is no reason it change from last year where Andreev won 250...

Thanks in advance
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Postby anttik » Wed Oct 11, 2006 3:55 am

Sorry! I had problems to continue pipoun message.

Can anybody tell if the winner in Moscow will get 250 or 300 entry points?

In Vienna Tournament Information is told that R/32 player - the player who will lose his first round match will get 15 entry ranking points!!
How it can be possible. New excellent way to get points without winning a match???
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Postby decrepitude » Wed Oct 11, 2006 9:54 am

I was just about to ask the same thing! Any help would be appreciated. :?
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Postby Judio » Wed Oct 11, 2006 4:15 pm

Vienna and Moscow are worth the following Entry Points
W 250
F 175
SF 110
QF 60
R16 25
R 32 5

Qualifiers get another 10 Points

Stockholm is split 225/155/100/55/20/5 and 10
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Postby Patrik77 » Thu Oct 12, 2006 12:08 am

If you want to see pictures from Stockholm Open you can visit:

www.beeimages.se
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Postby anttik » Thu Oct 12, 2006 1:45 am

Thanks Judio :)
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