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    Week 2: Brisbane [Smeltz], Chennai [Carter], Doha [Špidlá], Sao Paolo [Juraev]

    Week 2, Season II

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    Tournaments to go on the computer this week:
    ATP                Challengers
    Brisbane            Sao Paolo
    Chennai
    Doha
    
    Tournaments to fall off from last year:
    ATP                Challengers
    Brisbane (D. Hurtado)
    Chennai (R. Henson)
    Doha (Zhijun)
    Tournament Name: QATAR EXXONMOBIL OPEN 2010
    Location: DOHA, QATAR
    Dates: 4-9 JANUARY, II (SATURDAY FINAL)
    Prize Money: USD $1,024,000
    32 DRAW (Q32)

    SITE: Khalifa International Tennis & Squash Complex
    Majlis Al–Taawon St., Al Dafna
    Doha, Qatar
    SURFACE: Rebound Ace
    BALL: Wilson Australian Open
    WEB SITE: www.qataropen.org


    Qualifying draw: Friday, January 1, 9:00 p.m.
    Main draw: Saturday, January 2, 5:30 p.m.
    Doubles draw: Saturday, January 2, 6:00 p.m.


    ATP Ranking Points
    W: 250
    F: 150
    SF: 90
    QF: 45
    R16: 20
    R32: 0
    QR4: +12
    QR8: 6
    QR16: 0
    QR32: 0

    Entry deadline: November 23, I
    Seeding: December 28: I


    1 Daniel Páez Blanco ESP 2
    2 Radek Špidlá CZE 3
    3 Sven Oxenstierna FRC 6
    4 József Boros HUN 7
    5 Miroslav Brdar CRO 14
    6 Almen Benaglio SUI 22
    7 Zhijun Sun CHN 28
    8 Jason Bradley USA 35
    9 Ivan Genov BUL 38
    10 Sergio Joaquín ESP 39
    11 Ion Andueza ESP 40
    12 Dmitry Orlov RUS 44
    13 János Varga HUN 45
    14 Nilikar Midid CRO 48
    15 Tal Cohen ISR 50
    16 Gregor Gorshkov RUS 54
    17 Paolo Mandonna ARG 55
    18 Yves Parmentier BEL 64
    19 Mark Harmel BEL 66
    20 Marcelo Alavos PAR 69
    21 Oleg Puder RUS 81
    22 José Navarro PER 83
    23 Valter Cordiero POR 85
    24 Oscar Highsmith GBR 91
    25 Aldo Marín PER 93
    26 (Q) Jefferson Quezada CHL
    27 (Q) Gjorgji Dinov MKD
    28 (Q) Dênis Rodrígues BRA
    29 (Q) Martin Reiter AUT
    30 (WC) David Lebègue FRA
    31 (WC) Mikel Fosdike FRA
    32 (WC) Ali Al-Yazidi QAT

    Alternates
    1. Julian Day USA 94
    2. Jefferson Quezada CHL 95
    3. Gunther Heug GER 96
    4. Fok Zhenyu CHN 98
    5. Martin Reiter AUT 106
    6. Murphy S'ua SAM 107
    7. Felipe Menon BRA 109
    8. Václav Zeman CZE 110
    9. Lee Inmin KOR 114
    10. Miguel Bertolotto ARG 117
    11. Akihiko Veno JPN 118
    12. Gjorgji Dinov MKD 119
    13. Dimitris Chasiotis GRE 120
    14. Emelio Cobos ARG 122
    15. Tu Haifeng TPE 125
    Tournament Name: AIRCEL CHENNAI OPEN 2010
    Location: CHENNAI, INDIA
    Dates: 4-10 JANUARY II
    Prize Money: USD $398,250
    32 DRAW (Q32)

    SITE: SDAT Tennis Stadium
    Lake Area, Nungambakkam
    Chennai 600034 Tamil Nadu, India
    SURFACE: Hard (Play Pave)
    BALL: Wilson
    WEB SITE: www.aircelchennaiopen.org


    Qualifying draw: Friday, January 1, 9:00 p.m.
    Main draw: Saturday, January 2, 3:00 p.m.
    Doubles draw: Saturday, January 2, 6:00 p.m.


    ATP Ranking Points
    W: 250
    F: 150
    SF: 90
    QF: 45
    R16: 20
    R32: 0
    QR4: +12
    QR8: 6
    QR16: 0
    QR32: 0

    Entry deadline: November 23, I
    Seeding: December 28: I

    1 Jefferson Drake CDR 11
    2 Juan Moreno ARG 13
    3 Davis Kennedy CAN 16
    4 Patrick Pascaul FRA 21
    5 Morgan Carter USA 30
    6 Becker Haas GER 31
    7 Tom Vollan NOR 46
    8 Atthaphol Sae-ul THA 47
    9 Ross Onwye MAR 52
    10 Jarkko Maxum CDR 57
    11 Björn Donaldson SWE 60
    12 Javier Villaneuva ESP 61
    13 Jean-Christophe Genghini FRA 63
    14 Rob Bowenburg FRC 67
    15 Denis Isaev BLR 68
    16 Olivier Engel LUX 73
    17 Hayden Onwye MAR 77
    18 Spas Delev CDR 78
    19 Scotland Rivers FRC 79
    20 Alex Peters GER 87
    21 Yordan Zakov BUL 88
    22 Ivars Emsis LAT 92
    23 Petr Brozik CZE 97
    24 Bogdan Maurer ROU 98
    25 Nestor Moreno ECU 101
    26 (Q) Yannick Lefèvre BEL
    27 (Q) Dmitris Chasiotis GRE
    28 (Q) Tu Haifeng TPE
    29 (Q) Branko Arsov MKD
    30 (WC) Domingo Gutiérrez Gómez PUR
    31 (WC) Ritwik Bhutia IND
    32 (WC) Wesley Cardozo IND

    Alternates
    1. Martin Reiter AUT 106
    2. Murphy S'ua SAM 107
    3. Felipe Menon BRA 109
    4. Václav Zeman CZE 110
    5. Niko Ulemek CRO 112
    6. Lee Inmin KOR 114
    7. Akihiko Veno JPN 118
    8. Gjorgji Dinov MKD 119
    9. Dimitris Chasiotis GRE 120
    10. Gocha Berianidze GEO 121
    11. Emelio Cobos ARG 122
    12. Tu Haifeng TPE 125
    13. Anothy Ficher USA 126
    14. Martti Korpinen CDR 127
    15. Randy Bruce USA 129
    Tournament Name: BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL
    Location: BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA
    Dates: 3–10 JANUARY II-Sunday Start
    Prize Money: USD $372,500
    32 DRAW (Q32)

    SITE: Queensland Tennis Centre
    190 King Arthur Terrace
    Tennyson, Qld, Australia 4105
    SURFACE: Plexicushion
    BALL: Wilson Australian Open
    WEB SITE: www.brisbaneinternational.com.au


    Qualifying draw: Friday, January 1, 9:00 p.m.
    Main draw: Saturday, January 2, Noon
    Doubles draw: Saturday, January 2, 6:00 p.m.


    ATP Ranking Points
    W: 250
    F: 150
    SF: 90
    QF: 45
    R16: 20
    R32: 0
    QR4: +12
    QR8: 6
    QR16: 0
    QR32: 0

    Entry deadline: November 23, I
    Seeding: December 28: I


    1 Darcy Cowan USA 4
    2 Dwayne Murdoch USA 10
    3 Henry Charles GBR 15
    4 Randy Smeltz CDR 18
    5 Oneil Stewart JAM 20
    6 Diego Hurtado COL 25
    7 Li Wang CHN 32
    8 Jojo Mustard FRC 29
    9 Heath Davis FRC 33
    10 Antonio Bachunelli ITA 37
    11 Pierre L'Estrange FRA 41
    12 Wayne Boyd USA 42
    13 Toby Brookes AUS 43
    14 Jean-Alain Depuis FRA 51
    15 Roberto Santos BRA 58
    16 Pascal Schmidt SUI 59
    17 Ivan Cesljar CRO 62
    18 Ninteh Doh JPN 65
    19 Heinz Hainisch AUT 71
    20 Boris Denisov RUS 72
    21 Roman Dorogan UKR 74
    22 Läri Färkkilä FIN 75
    23 Marc Carretero ESP 76
    24 Eric Henson USA 80
    25 Zbiginiew Boniek AUT 82
    26 (Q) Rod Bosnar AUS
    27 (Q) Ivan Vuka CRO
    28 (Q) Jimmy Holland USA
    29 (Q) Davis Allani AUS
    30 (WC) Adam Murray AUS
    31 (WC) Matthew Tobin AUS
    32 (WC) Harry Thompson AUS

    Alternates
    1. Li Ming-Wang CHN 84
    2. Haiku Morkel NOR 89
    3. Aksu Emrem TUR 90
    4. Julian Day USA 94
    5. Jefferson Quezada CHL 95
    6. Gunther Heug GER 96
    7. Fok Zhenyu CHN 98
    8. Martin Reiter AUT 106
    9. Murphy S'ua SAM 107
    OUT Matthew Tobin AUS 108 (WC to MD)
    11. Felipe Menon BRA 109
    12. Václav Zeman CZE 110
    13. Lee Inmin KOR 114
    14. Miguel Bertolotto ARG 117
    15. Akihiko Veno JPN 118
    Elsewhere, the Challenger Series for Season II also begins in South America:

    Prime Aberto de Sao Paulo
    Sao Paulo, Brazil
    January 3-10, II
    Hard - $100,000+H
    64 DRAW

    ATP Ranking Points
    W: 100
    F: 60
    SF: 35
    QF: 18
    R16: 8
    R32: 4
    R64: 0
    QR8: +5
    QR16: 2
    QR32: 0

    Entry deadline: November 30, I
    Seeding: December 28: I


    1 Johan Ortiz COL 102
    2 Felipe Menon BRA 109
    3 Matt Bre FRC 116
    4 Emelio Cobos ARG 122
    5 Fernando Aguero ESP 123
    6 Anvar Juraev UZB 124
    7 Michael De Kinsele ITA 131
    OUT Domingo Gutiérrez Gómez PUR 132
    9 Massimo Prodi ITA 135
    10 Sam Lazzeri USA 136
    11 Sebastian Moss GBR 141
    OUT David Jones AUS 143
    13 Mario Timko SVK 147
    14 Waylon Jones USA 150
    15 Adul Doungtong THA 152
    16 Samuel Thorpe USA 157
    17 Carlos Gonzá COL 159
    18 Bertran Renard FRA 160
    19 Stipo Vučemilović CRO 162
    20 Renato Varas CHL 165
    21 Paul Arroyo ECU 169
    22 Mat Mitchell CDR 170
    23 Nikola Todorovski MKD 172
    24 Thomas Velten NED 173
    25 Alex Rojas CHL 176
    26 Scott Whitehouse GBR 185
    27 Dieter Bonhof GER 188
    28 Erdi Azgin TUR 191
    29 Guilermo Crespo ARG 195
    30 Marcuss Deane FRC 196
    31 Matti Räihä FIN 202
    32 Jaime Barral ESP 205
    33 Leonel Romero CHL 213
    34 Tommy Schaap NED 219
    35 Max Eisenhauer GER 223
    36 Pavel Polak CZE 228
    37 Anton Gritsjuk EST 253
    38 Andriy Zhukov UKR 255
    39 Rick Langley FRC 256
    40 Andrea Ciano ITA 261
    41 Sergi Canadillas ESP 264
    42 Julio Rodriguez ARG 270
    43 Flávio Augusto Martins BRA 271
    44 Patricio Sánchez CHL 273
    45 (Q) Vagiz Ibrahimov UZB
    46 (Q) Phoenix Wleft CDR
    47 (Q) Rodrigo Jerez CHL
    48 (Q) Nelson Nunes BRA
    49 (Q) Claudio Toledo BRA
    50 (Q) Juan Ronceros PER
    51 (Q) Juan-Pablo Serrano ARG
    52 (Q) Alonso Fedrique ESP
    53 (WC) Marzio Claverini BRA
    54 (WC) Rafael Carioca BRA
    55 (WC) Anderson Dos Santos BRA
    56 (WC) Diogo Santo BRA

    Alternates
    IN Jesse Adams USA 278
    IN Diego Rodriquez ARG 291

    1. Vagiz Ibrahimov UZB 294
    2. Junior Rosseli PER 299
    3. Dean Delgado USA 304
    4. Blessing Mpotso GHA 308
    5. Eddy Descamps FRA 310
    6. Stefan Vicini ITA 311
    7. Bozef Ižvolt SVK 319
    8. Juan-Pablo Serrano ARG 321
    9. Juan Ronceros PER 322
    10. Marzio Claverini BRA 327
    11. Pedro Barbosa POR 328
    12. Ville Vilkki FIN 330
    13. Govert Vogels NED 336
    Note that Challengers have increased in size this year from fields of 32 to 64 and run Sunday-Sunday.

    Nominate a preferred tournament from this week, or instead you can play in Sydney/Auckland the following week. Also if you want to play doubles just say so.
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    In his schedule on his website, Roy Daniels will not compete in any event this week and will begin his season II assault in Auckland.

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    Scotland has always loved a good curry. Time to have a crack @ Chennai, and at Sania Mirza while he's there.

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    Can I enter Sao Paulo please?


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    I'll take the week off.
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    Sao Paulo please

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    If Randy Banks can enter Sao Paolo as well as try to qual in Sydney he will if not he will just go to Sydney.

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    Chennai for Bowenburg. I went last year and found the weather to be rubbish just like Melbourne, so it's perfect preparation.

    Just a quick question, what are the ATP rankings points from the Brazil Challenger?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nufan View Post
    chennai for bowenburg. I went last year and found the weather to be rubbish just like melbourne, so it's perfect preparation.

    Just a quick question, what are the atp rankings points from the brazil challenger?
    W: 100
    F: 60
    SF: 35
    QF: 18
    R16: 8
    R32: 4
    R64: 0

    I think....

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