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And then potentially a Davis Cup fixture the week after...
That being said, there are players doing Sydney-Brisbane-Melbourne this year (i.e. Berdych and Monfils). Doubtful they'll play doubles in all three, but.
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Abierto Internacional De Salinas please!
I forgot about the exhibition tournament for this week:
If any one around the top 30 would like to play in the AAMI Kooyong Classic, just register interest here.
Players confirmed (6/8)
I'd like to nominate for the "Challenger - Abierto Internacional De Salinas" please... to boost my ranking before my run at the major trophies.
Bowenburg selects AAM.. nah I'll take the week off.
What Bowenburg said.
Smeltz would like to make himself available for the Cooyong Classic. Easy couple of matches with no ranking points up for grabs.
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Another balls up on my behalf here as I forgot just how big this week is.
Week 3 also sees Australian Open qualification, so those who aren't direct entrants into the Open can choose to move to the quallies instead. Draw of 128, and the qualification Entry List will be somewhere around 280-300 so those unranked might as well stick with Salinas.
I'll get the Entry List up soon, but the cut off is 104 with Bre receiving the CWTA wildcard.
EDIT: Sydney and Auckland entry lists up in first post.
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Can I play in Chennai and Qualifications? Not sure when the qualifiers start. If not, then I'll skip the qualifiers and just play doubles.
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