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Thread: Weeks 10-14: Challengers & Masters Series Qualifying

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    Weeks 10-14: Challengers & Masters Series Qualifying

    The next five weeks are a little bit confusing because we have Davis and Cup and two Masters Series with draws of 96. There will be Challengers in every week, but I've not decided on which ones beyond Cherbourg. Just say what you want to play these weeks and possibly a surface.

    Week 10: Davis Cup (ESP vs. ECL); Cherbourg Challenger

    Challenger DCNS de Cherbourg
    Cherbourg, France
    Regular series
    42,500+H - Hard (i) - 32S/32Q/16D

    Week 11: Indian Wells Masters (Starts Thurs, 11th) ; Indian Wells Qualifying (Tuesday & Wednesday); Challenger

    Week 12: Indian Wells Masters; Sunrise Challenger (hard); Marrakech Challenger (clay)

    BMW Tennis Championship
    Sunrise, United States
    Regular series
    $125,000+H - Hard - 32S/32Q/16D

    Morocco Tennis Tour - Marrakech
    Marrakech, Morocco
    Regular Series
    106,500+H - Clay (Red) - 32S/32Q/16D

    Week 13: Miami Masters (Starts Wed, 24th); Miami Qualifying (Monday & Tuesday); Challenger

    Week 14: Miami Masters; Challenger

    For instance, you might put (as Roy Daniels does):

    W10: Rest
    W11: Indian Wells qualifying
    W12: Sunrise
    W13: Miami qualifying
    W14: Challenger (preference: hard)
    Guys who are direct entries in Indian Wells and Miami can enter the Challenger draws if they think they might fall early, and then not withdraw if they stay on. Sunrise is fairly popular for that between IW and Miami as the top players go for some match practice. For our lower ranked players, the cut off is fairly low there.

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    W10: Rest
    W11: Indian Wells qualifying
    W12: Sunrise (if poor progression at Indian Wells. Need to get some ranking points on the board, so will withdraw from Doubles at Indian Wells if I don't progress past the first couple of singles rounds. Happy for Mustard to team up with someone else if he wants a guaranteed doubles run)
    W13: Miami qualifying
    W14: Rest (if early exit at Miasma)
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    You've got direct entry into Indian Wells and Miami anyway. That basically top 80 give or take five + quallies and wildcards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirBloody Idiot View Post
    You've got direct entry into Indian Wells and Miami anyway. That basically top 80 give or take five + quallies and wildcards.
    Jeez. I'm **** at this stuff - I just don't follow tennis enough in real life.

    Erm. What surface are the Challengers in Week 11 & 13 played on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    Jeez. I'm **** at this stuff - I just don't follow tennis enough in real life.

    Erm. What surface are the Challengers in Week 11 & 13 played on?
    Not sure yet. I might run two those weeks (one for you, one for me/whoever) and see how that goes. In that case it'd be clay and hard.

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    Week 10- Cherbourg
    Week 11- Indian Wells Qualifying
    Week 12- Sunrise
    Week 13- Miami Qualifiers
    Week 14- Challenger (preference: hard)

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    W10: Cherbourg
    W11: Rest if Challenger isn't Hard court. Otherwise, Challenger
    W12: Sunrise
    W13: Rest if W11 wasn't a rest, and Challenger isn't Hard court. Otherwise, Challenger.
    W14: Challenger (preference: Hard (i))
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    W10 Cherbourg
    W11 Indian Wells
    W12 Sunrise
    W13 Challenger if Hard, if not Miami
    W14 Challenger if Hard, if not Rest
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    W10: Cherbourg
    W11: Challenger
    W12: Sunrise
    W13: Challenger
    W14: Challenger

    Stakhanov prefer hard.
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    Week 10: Davis Cup
    Week 11: Indian Wells
    Week 12: Indian Wells
    Week 13: Miami
    Week 14: Miami

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    W10: Cherbourg
    W11: Challenger
    W12: Sunrise
    W13: Rest
    W14: Challenger

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    W10: Cherbourg
    W11: Challenger
    W12: Sunrise
    W13: Challenger
    W14: Challenger

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