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Patrik77 wrote:Elina wrote:Thanks for the lists, BD. That Båstad list looks very tempting... I will have to think of ways to make it there for at least couple of days. 8)
You should, it´s lovely there!!!
Tennis724 wrote:I'm sure that you will remind Alex of that if you see him in Aptos in July, Fiona . I will be really surprised if he doesn't do the Cali swing in July as past history shows that he does it, when it's there.
Only he knows why he is doing his schedule this way. It's really no one's business to sit and gossip about the whys and hows of his scheduling decisions.
BD, are these entry lists based on this week's rankings? If they are, then Alex should be right underneath Gilles Elseneer in the Alt. list so he would be qualifying anyway. Check his ranking page on his website.
Nathaliia wrote:Hey, any chance for M. Ryderstedt to get a WC in Bastad? Any Poles on the ALT list? (haha no, the second question was fake)
All those holiday claycourt tourneys look tempting.
GeorgeWH wrote:I would like to see Prpic or Hartman get a WC into Båstad, but we'll see soon enough.
It's a good field though 2004 was better. I long for the glory days of Horst Skoff and Marin when they won Båstad.
Patrik77 wrote:I´m with you on that one, if I were to choose WC among Swedish players it would be: Ryderstedt, Prpic and Hartman
D wrote:At least Federer is finally not playing Gstaad anymore. Guess his contract with them finally ran out.
Less of a surprise is Roger Federer's decision not to play in Gstaad. In a release Federer's management noted:
"After an intense beginning of the season Roger Federer wanted to take his time until after the tournament in Hamburg before making a decision. On Monday, May 23 2005, Roger Federer let Tournament Director Kobi Hermenjat know that he will definitely not take part in the Allianz Suisse Open Gstaad from July 2 – 10, 2005. It was a difficult decision for Roger Federer as he would have been the defending Champion in Gstaad. In the end the planning of the season with its focus on remaining the world's number one in tennis and thus concentrating on the French Open and Wimbledon in the 2nd quarter of 2005 was the determining factor."
Tennis724 wrote:Thank you for the news, Patrik
I hope that his body will allow him to come back.
nitsansh wrote:If Nieminen is next in than 2 players must have withdrawn already... or they count on the SE not used...
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