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    Week 7: Rotterdam [Boros], Brazil [Altman], San Jose [Murdoch], Bergamo [Cobos]

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    Tournaments to go on the computer this week:
    ATP                Challengers
    Costa do Sauipe            Bergamo
    Rotterdam
    San Jose
    
    Tournaments to fall off from last year:
    ATP                Challengers
    Costa do Sauipe (Altman)
    Rotterdam (R.Henson)
    San Jose (Boyd)
    Tournament Name: BRASIL OPEN 2010
    Location: COSTA DO SAUÍPE, BAHIA, BRASIL
    Dates: FEBRUARY 8–14, II
    Prize Money: US $442,500
    32 DRAW (MAIN DRAW & QUALIFYING)

    SITE: Costa do Sauípe
    Rodovia BA 099, KM 76, Linha Verde, s/no.
    Bairro: Mata de São João
    CEP: 48.280-000 – Costa do Sauípe – BA
    SURFACE: Clay
    BALL: BABOLAT TEAM
    WEB SITE: :Brasil Open:


    Qualifying draw: Friday, February 5, 9:00 p.m.
    Main draw: Sunday, February 7, Noon
    Doubles draw: Saturday, February 6, 6:00 p.m.


    ATP Ranking Points
    W: 250
    F: 150
    SF: 90
    QF: 45
    R16: 20
    R32: 0
    Q: +12
    Q8: 6
    Q16: 0
    Q32: 0

    Entry deadline: December 28, I
    Seeding: February 1, II


    Past Finals:
    SI: Illya Altman def. Jamee Hancianu, 6-1, 6-2

    1 Altman, Illya UKR 9
    2 Smeltz, Randy CDR 18
    3 Hurtado, Diego COL 25
    4 Bachunelli, Antonio ITA 37
    5 Joaquín, Sergio ESP 39
    OUT Andueza, Ion ESP 40
    7 L'Estrange, Pierre FRA 41
    8 Brookes, Toby AUS 43
    9 Varga, János HUN 45
    10 Maxum, Jarkko CDR 57
    11 Santos, Roberto BRA 58
    12 Villaneuva, Javier ESP 61
    13 Denisov, Boris RUS 72
    14 Engel, Oliver LUX 73
    OUT Carretero, Marc ESP 76
    16 Puder, Oleg RUS 81
    17 Navarro, José PER 83
    18 Marín, Aldo PAR 93
    OUT Quezada, Jefferson CHL 95
    20 Rodrigues, Denis BRA 100
    21 Ortiz, Johan COL 102
    22 Machado, Carlos BRA 104
    23 Buur, Kasper DEN 105
    24 (SE)
    25 (SE)
    26 (Q)
    27 (Q)
    28 (Q)
    29 (Q)
    30 (WC) Dos Santos, Anderson BRA
    31 (WC) Claverini, Marzio BRA
    32 (WC) Santo, Diogo BRA

    Alternates
    IN Menon, Felipe BRA 108
    IN Zeman, Václav CZE 110
    IN Ulemek, Nico CRO 112

    OUT Tadic, Adem CRO 113
    IN Bertolotto, Miguel ARG 117
    IN Dinov, Gjorgji MKD 119

    7. Chasiotis, Dimitris GRE 120
    8. Berianidze, Gocha GEO 121
    9. Cobos, Emelio ARG 122
    10. Aguero, Fernando ESP 123
    11. Juraev, Anvar UZB 124
    12. De Kinsele, Michael ITA 131
    13. Gómez, Domingo Gutiérrez PUR 132
    14. Henrikkson, Henrikk SWE 133
    15. Prodi, Massimo ITA 135
    Tournament Name: SAP OPEN
    Location: SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, USA
    Dates: FEBRUARY 8–14, II
    Prize Money: US $531,000
    32 DRAW (MAIN DRAW & QUALIFYING)

    SITE: HP Pavilion at San Jose
    525 West Santa Clara, San Jose, California, 95113
    SURFACE: Indoor Hard–Premier Court with Latex-ite surfacing
    BALL: Prince Tour Extra-Duty Felt
    WEB SITE: http://www.sapopentennis.com


    Qualifying draw: Friday, February 5, 9:00 p.m.
    Main draw: Friday, February 5, Noon
    Doubles draw: Saturday, February 6, 6:00 p.m.


    ATP Ranking Points
    W: 250
    F: 150
    SF: 90
    QF: 45
    R16: 20
    R32: 0
    Q: +12
    Q8: 6
    Q16: 0
    Q32: 0

    Entry deadline: December 28, I
    Seeding: February 1, II


    Past Finals:
    SI: Wayne Boyd def. Roberto Santos, 3-6, 6-2, 7-6(2)

    1 Cowan, Darcy USA 6
    2 Murdoch, Dwayne USA 10
    3 Charles, Henry GBR 15
    4 Kennedy, Davis CAN 16
    5 Stewart, Oneil JAM 20
    6 Champion, David AUS 27
    OUT Carter, Morgan USA 30
    8 Haas, Becker GER 31
    9 Bradley, Jason USA 35
    10 Boyd, Wayne USA 42
    11 Cohen, Tal ISR 50
    OUT Depuis, Jean-Alain FRA 51
    13 Schmidt, Pascal SUI 59
    14 Cesljar, Ivan CRO 62
    15 Doh, Ninteh JPN 65
    16 James, Hugh USA 70
    17 Rivers, Scotland FRC 79
    18 Henson, Eric USA 80
    19 Boniek, Zbiginiew AUT 82
    20 Aksu, Emrem TUR 90
    21 Day, Julian USA 94
    22 Heug, Gunther GER 96
    23 Fok, Zhenyu CHN 98
    24 (SE)
    25 (SE)
    26 (Q)
    27 (Q)
    28 (Q)
    29 (Q)
    30 (WC) Ficher, Anothy USA
    31 (WC) Bruce, Randy USA
    32 (WC) Jones, Waylon USA

    Alternates
    IN Murray, Adam AUS 103
    IN Reiter, Martin AUT 106

    IN S'ua, Murphy SAM 107
    OUT Tobin, Matthew AUS 108
    OUT Menon, Felipe BRA 109

    IN Hewitt, Pat AUS 111
    7. Lee, Inmin KOR 114
    8. Daniels, Roy CDR 115
    9. Bertolotto, Miguel ARG 117
    10. Veno, Akihiko JPN 118
    11. Chasiotis, Dmitris GRE 120
    12. Berianidze, Gocha GEO 121
    13. Cobos, Emelio ARG 122
    14. Tu, Haifeng TPE 125
    15. Ficher, Anothy USA 126 (WC to MD)
    With the new points system, we also get our first ATP 500 tournament. My understanding is that players can have a maximum of four 500 tournaments counted to their rankings (the top four if they play five), but I could be wrong here.

    Tournament Name: ABN AMRO WORLD TENNIS TOURNAMENT
    Location: ROTTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS
    Dates: 8–14 FEBRUARY II
    Prize Money: Prize Money €1,150,000 (Total Financial Commitment €1,445,000)
    32 DRAW (Q16)

    SITE: AHOY STADIUM
    AHOY WEG 10
    3084 BA ROTTERDAM
    SURFACE: DECOTURF
    BALL: WILSON US OPEN EXTRA DUTY
    WEB SITE: www.ahoy.nl


    Qualifying draw: Friday, February 5, 9:00 p.m.
    Main draw: Friday, February 5, 9:10 p.m.
    Doubles draw: Saturday, February 6, 6:00 p.m.


    ATP Ranking Points
    W: 500
    F: 300
    SF: 180
    QF: 90
    R16: 45
    R32: 0
    Q: +20
    Q8: 10
    Q16: 0

    Entry deadline: December 28, I
    Seeding: February 1, II


    Past Finals:
    SI: Rick Henson def. Jason Hall, 7-5, 6-4

    OUT Blanco, Daniel Páez ESP 2
    2 Daneu, Radivoj SRB 4
    3 Olesen, Rasmus DEN 7
    4 Boros, József HUN 8
    5 Henson, Rick USA 12
    6 Varga, Zoltán HUN 17
    OUT Pascaul, Patrick FRA 21
    8 Micic, Danijel SRB 23
    9 Zhijun, Sun CHN 28
    10 Mustard, Jojo FRC 29
    OUT Vollan, Kim NOR 36
    12 Orlov, Dmitry RUS 44
    13 Vollan, Tom NOR 46
    14 Onwye, Ross MAR 52
    15 Gorshkov, Gregor RUS 54
    16 Berg, Maarten NED 56
    OUT Donaldson, Björn SWE 60
    18 Cesljar, Ivan CRO 62
    19 Isaev, Denis BLR 68
    OUT Hainisch, Heinz AUT 71
    21 Dorogan, Roman UKR 74
    22 Färkkilä, Lari FIN 75
    23 Onwye, Hayden MAR 77
    24 (SE)
    25 (SE)
    26 (Q)
    27 (Q)
    28 (Q)
    29 (Q)
    30 (WC) Schaap, Tommy NED
    31 (WC) Velten, Thomas NED
    32 (WC) van der Cleer, Cameron NED

    Alternates
    IN Peters, Alex GER 87
    OUT Zakov, Yordan BUL 88
    IN Emsis, Ivars LAT 92
    IN Brozik, Petr CZE 97
    IN Maurer, Bogdan ROU 99

    OUT Reiter, Martin AUT 106
    IN Tobin, Matthew AUS 108
    OUT Zeman, Václav CZE 110
    OUT Hewitt, Pat AUS 111

    IN Ulemek, Nico CRO 112
    IN Tadic, Adem CRO 113

    12. Daniels, Roy CDR 115
    13. Bertolotto, Miguel ARG 117
    14. Veno, Akihiko JPN 118
    15. Dinov, Gjorgji MKD 119
    Understandably, Rotterdam is stacked and will have the lowest cut off of all this week's tournaments. Expect around 60. Costa do Sauipe and San Jose will be anywhere between 90 and 100.

    Or out lesser ranked players can take in picturesque Bergamo. Oooh.

    Internazionali di Tennis di Bergamo
    Bergamo, Italy
    Hard (Indoor) - $50,000+H
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    Roy Daniels will not be active this week, and will probably play a Challenger in Week 8.

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    Bergamo, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirBloody Idiot View Post
    With the new points system, we also get our first ATP 500 tournament. My understanding is that players can have a maximum of four 500 tournaments counted to their rankings (the top four if they play five), but I could be wrong here.
    Don't think so.

    Davis Cup counts as one of the 500 though.

    Not competing this week - will do some more rebuilding work after a tough last season.
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    Bergamo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Don't think so.

    Davis Cup counts as one of the 500 though.

    Not competing this week - will do some more rebuilding work after a tough last season.
    And Monte Carlo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirBloody Idiot View Post
    And Monte Carlo?
    Monte Carlo counts as 500, but with double points.

    And top-30 players (that's Drake, Smeltz, Mustard and I) have to play four of the buggers. Monte Carlo counts here too, but Davis Cup doesn't, so if you play Davis Cup and three 500 tournaments you get one 0-pointer.

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    Mustard tentatively nominates for ROTTERDAM for both singles and doubles, unless Davis wants to play somewhere else.
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    Want to hit the doubles again Kao?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goughy View Post
    Bergamo
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    Want to hit the doubles again Kao?
    Would you two like to hit the boys' doubles at the Australian Open as a pair?

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    Matt Bre would like to play in Bergamo

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirBloody Idiot View Post
    Would you two like to hit the boys' doubles at the Australian Open as a pair?
    I'm keen if Kao is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcuss View Post
    I'm keen if Kao is.
    Kewl. You'll be seeded three if Kao's in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirBloody Idiot View Post
    Kewl. You'll be seeded three if Kao's in.
    Yeah, lets do it

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