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    The Championships, Wimbledon II

    PTA Ranking Points
    W: 2000
    F: 1200
    SF: 720
    QF: 360
    R16: 180
    R32: 90
    R64: 45
    R128: 10 (WC: 0)
    Q: +25
    Q32: 14
    Q64: 8
    Q128: 0

    Entry deadline: May 9, II
    Seeding: June 13, II

    1 Hall, Jason USA 1
    2 Blanco, Daniel Páez ESP 2
    3 Špidlá, Radek CZE 3
    4 Oxenstierna, Sven FRC 4
    5 Cowan, Darcy USA 5
    6 Boros, József HUN 6
    7 Drake, Jefferson CDR 7
    8 Murdoch, Dwayne USA 8
    9 Olesen, Rasmus DEN 9
    OUT Daneu, Radivoj SRB 10
    OUT Moreno, Juan ARG 11
    OUT Altman, Illya UKR 12
    13 Varga, Zoltán HUN 13
    14 Smeltz, Randy CDR 14
    15 Henson, Rick USA 15
    16 Stewart, Oneil JAM 16
    17 Brdar, Miroslav CRO 17
    18 Mustard, Jojo FRC 18
    19 Micic, Danijel SRB 19
    20 Hurtado, Diego COL 20
    21 Charles, Henry GBR 21
    22 Pascaul, Patrick FRA 22
    23 Zhijun, Sun CHN 23
    24 Amato, Carlo ITA 24
    25 Kennedy, Davis CAN 25
    26 Emelio, Sanchez ESP 26
    27 Carter, Morgan USA 27
    OUT Bachunelli, Antonio ITA 28
    29 Davis, Heath FRC 29
    30 Benaglio, Almen SUI 30
    31 Haas, Becker GER 31
    32 Vollan, Kim NOR 32
    OUT Genov, Ivan BUL 33
    34 Read, Brett FRC @33
    35 Cohen, Tal ISR 34
    36 Joaquin, Sergio ESP 35
    37 Champion, David AUS 36
    38 Hancianu, Jamee CDR 37
    39 Matias, Tiago POR 38
    40 L'Estrange, Pierre FRA 39
    41 Maxum, Jarkko CDR 40
    OUT Donaldson, Bjorn SWE 41
    43 Varga, János HUN 42
    44 Brookes, Toby AUS 43
    45 Vuriak, Viktor UKR 44
    46 Andueza, Ion ESP 45
    47 Bradley, Jason USA 46
    48 Vollan, Tom NOR 47
    49 Delev, Spas CDR 48
    50 Orlov, Dmitry RUS 49
    51 Boyd, Wayne USA 50
    52 Villaneuva, Javier ESP 51
    53 Rivers, Scotland FRC 52
    54 Depuis, Jean-Alain FRA 53
    OUT Li, Wang CHN 54
    56 Parmentier, Yves BEL 55
    57 Buur, Kasper DEN 56
    58 Sae-ul, Atthaphol THA 57
    OUT Gorshkov, Gregor RUS 58
    60 Carretero, Marc ESP 59
    61 Bowenburg, Rob FRC 60
    62 Denisov, Boris RUS 61
    63 Isaev, Denis BLR 62
    64 Färkkilä, Lari FIN 63
    65 Emsis, Ivars LAT 64
    66 Brozik, Petr CZE 65
    OUT Peters, Alex GER 66
    68 Cesljar, Ivan CRO 67
    69 Engel, Oliver LUX 68
    70 Midid, Nilikar CRO 69
    71 Aksu, Emrem TUR 70
    72 Hainisch, Heinz AUT 71
    73 Mandonna, Paolo ARG 72
    74 Quezada, Jefferson CHL 73
    75 Schmidt, Pascal SUI 74
    76 Navarro, José PER 75
    77 Ortiz, Johan COL 76
    78 Genghini, Jean-Christophe FRA 77
    79 Bre, Matt CDR 78
    80 Bruce, Randy USA 79
    81 Reiter, Martin AUT 80
    82 Berg, Maarten NED 81
    83 Day, Julian USA 82
    84 Santos, Roberto BRA 83
    OUT Li, Ming-Wang CHN 84
    86 James, Hugh USA 85
    87 Harmel, Mark BEL 86
    88 Maurer, Bogdan ROU 87
    89 Boniek, Zbiginiew AUT 88
    90 Rodrigues, Dęnis BRA 89
    91 Bertolotto, Miguel ARG 90
    92 Fok, Zhenyu CHN 91
    93 Marín, Aldo PAR 92
    94 Lazzeri, Sam USA 93
    95 Juraev, Anvar UZB 94
    96 Aguero, Fernando ESP 95
    97 Cobos, Emelio ARG 96
    98 Durand, Christopher FRA 97
    99 De Kinsele, Michael ITA 98
    100 Dorogan, Roman UKR 99
    101 Doh, Ninteh JPN 100
    102 Henrikkson, Henrikk SWE 101
    103 Morkel, Haiku NOR 102
    104 Highsmith, Oscar GBR 103
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    121 (WC) Henson, Eric USA
    122 (WC)
    123 (WC) Alavos, Marcelo PAR
    124 (WC)
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    Alternates
    IN Jones, Waylon USA 104
    OUT Banks, Randy FRC 105
    IN Zeman, Václav CZE 106
    IN Tadić, Adem CRO 107
    IN Velten, Thomas NED 108
    IN Machado, Carlos BRA 109
    IN Korpinen, Martti CDR 110
    IN Cordiero, Valter POR 111
    IN Deane, Marcuss FRC 112
    IN Menon, Felipe BRA 113
    IN Heug, Gunther GER 114
    1 Tu, Haifeng TPE 115
    2 Pushkov, Yevgeny RUS 116
    3 Langley, Rick FRC 117
    4 Dinov, Gjorgji MKD 118

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    Need a good run here. Hoping for a #1 seeding in the doubles and to gain revenge for our French Open defeat by taking the tournament out here.
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    Pending any withdrawals...

    FINAL SEEDINGS

    Code:
    Seed   Rk    Player        I     Total    I   I    I    II  Total        ESP    Total
                               H/Q/P    75%   R/E WIM  New. H/Q       100%   Points Points
       1     1   Hall             310   233         900      250      1150     10295  11677.5
       2     2   Blanco           200   150          70                 70      9660     9880
       3     3   Spidla           450   338        1400               1400      7695   9432.5
       4     7   Cowan            200   150        2000       45      2045      4975     7170
       5     4   Oxenstierna      110  82.5         300      250       550      5990   6622.5
       6     5   Boros             40    30         500                500      5575     6105
       7     6   Olesen           450   338         150       90       240      5095   5672.5
       8     8   Drake             40    30         300  350 150       800      4670     5500
       9    12   Varga Z            0     0    150  900        0      1050      3380     4430
      10    10   Murdoch           40    30         500                500      3630     4160
      11    16   Micic            110  82.5    350  150                500      2890   3472.5
      12    13   Henson R          40    30          70       20        90      3195     3315
      13    19   Pascaul           40    30    240  300                540      2685     3255
      14    15   Brdar            110  82.5         150       90       240      2890   3212.5
      15    17   Smeltz           350   263         150                150      2795   3207.5
      16    14   Hurtado          150   113          70                 70      2915   3097.5
      17    18   Mustard           10   7.5     30  150       90       270      2770   3047.5
      18    22   Charles          200   150         300       90       390      2345     2885
      19    24   Amato            200   150         300      150       450      2235     2835
      20    20   Stewart           40    30          10       45        55      2465     2550
      21    21   Zhijun             0     0     80   10                 90      2440     2530
      22    25   Kennedy          110  82.5          70   30           100      2030   2212.5
      23    29   Benaglio          10   7.5    350   70       20       440      1740   2187.5
      24    26   Davis             10   7.5          70       45       115      1975   2097.5
      25    35   Vollan K          40    30         500  150  10       660      1395     2085
      26    27   Carter            40    30         150        0       150      1825     2005
      27    30   Emelio            30  22.5         300       20       320      1565   1907.5
      28    34   Champion         110  82.5         300       45       345      1399   1826.5
      29    31   Cohen              0     0     80   10                 90      1526     1616
      30    33   Orlov             40    30     80   10        0        90      1420     1540
      31    36   Maxum             10   7.5         100       20       120      1365   1492.5
      32    32   Joaquin            0     0      0   10                 10      1430     1440
    Big win for Maxum.


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    or maybe not. Will meet a top eight seed in the third round pretty much.

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    Yep - along with Hancianu.

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    The Championships, Wimbledon II - Gentlemen's Singles Qualifying
    Grand Slam - Monday (1st Qualifying Round) - Paris, France - Clay (Red)

    • There was a disastrous start to top seed Rick Langley as his qualifying campaign came to abrupt end with a straight sets smacking at the hands of Hau Li-an. The Chinese Taipei No. 2 proved far too good for his top hundred opponent in a 6-3, 6-1 rout which left the West CWLander in a state of shock. It was a poor day for Langley as the gods conspired against him - Hau hitting clean winners consistently as Langley made some distinctly uncharacteristic errors regularly.


    • In the same section, compatriot Jack Loughman made an impressive start as he ousted 26th seed Adul Doungtong of Thailand. In a tough hit out to start his campaign, Loughman came back from dropping the first set in a tiebreaker to take the second set in a breaker of his own. In a tense contest, Loughman had enough class to beat his seeded opponent - into the second round 6-7(4), 7-6(8), 6-3 after saving three match points in the second set. He meets Jack Griffen of the USA after his 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 win over local wildcard Freddie Abbott.


    • Nottingham champ Ishan Narang was always going to be in a bit of danger of coming down badly from a tournament win, but didn't expect quite the battle he got against Serb Novica Kulić. The sixth seed dropped the first set 2-6 in a sluggish start, and went a break down twice in the deciding third set. Going to extra games, Narang finally prevailed with some gutsy back-to-the-wall tennis 2-6, 6-2, 8-6. He plays France's Eric David next.


    • Eighteenth seed Roy Daniels also took a tough win as he beat Romanian youngster George Costea 6-3, 6-7(11), 6-3 after failing to convert five second set (and match) points.


    • Unseeded impressive youngster Pierre Rose also booked second round action after a 6-4, 6-3 win over Victor Helbling. The 29th seeded Swiss player doesn't enjoy the grass, and made a hasty exit as Rose controlled the play and was rarely taken out of his comfort zone. Rose now meets Greece's Dmitris Chasiotis who beat Orazio Rizzo 6-3, 5-7, 6-2.


    • Jason Lawley and Phoenix Wleft also produced good victories. Lawley beat Eastern rival Vladimir Stakhanov comprehensively 6-3, 6-1, while Wleft left Canada's Tony Nikolic in his wake 6-3, 6-3. Lawley meets Cyprus' Takis Georgilas while Wleft faces Dutchman Sipko Wetzel next.

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    The Championships, Wimbledon II - Gentlemen's Singles Qualifying
    Grand Slam - Tuesday (2nd Qualifying Round) - Paris, France - Clay (Red)

    • The second round of qualifying was completed on the scheduled Tuesday despite some rain, and 6th seed Ishan Narang led the charge with a three-set win over France's Eric David. The second set was a real Barry Crocker for the Indian-born East CWLander, but he bookended the match with some composed tennis as he escaped with a 7-6(7), 1-6, 6-4 win. This is great match practice for Narang who later this week meets Benoît Rio of France who came from a set down to make the final qualifying round 5-7, 6-3, 6-2. The final round of qualifying is decided in a best-of-five set affair.


    • Jack Loughman will not be joining him as the Westerner was beaten by Jack Griffen of the USA. Despite dominating the second set, Loughman looked a beat slower than Griffen during the rest of the contest as the American eventually cruised into qualifying round 7-6(7), 1-6, 6-2.


    • Could it be? Hot-and-cold Easterner Roy Daniels on the cusp of a Wimbledon berth after a dominant win over American wunderkid Jesse Adams. Adams, a junior finalist last year, showed little resilience against the American-born Daniels who fired down eleven aces in a comprehensive 6-2, 6-3 win. He meets tenth seed David Jones for a spot in the main draw - the Aussie hasn't dropped a set in his first two matches.


    • Phoenix Wleft, the 27th seed, overcame a slow start to move into the final round with a 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 win over Sipko Wetzel of The Netherlands. While Wleft meets Ireland's James O'Raherty next, compatriot Jason Lawley faces German Peter Seel after escaping with a dynamic 6-7(9), 7-6(3), 6-4 win over Takis Georgilas.


    • Finally, Pierre Rose made it through his second round match unscathed with a 6-3, 6-4 win over Dmitris Chasiotis. Chasiotis offered little by way of offence and made his living off errors. There weren't enough from Rose who looked cool in moving close to a second straight Grand Slam qualification. Standing in his way is Korea's Lee Inmin who beat Aleksander Alitspritsin of Lithuania.


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    The Championships, Wimbledon II - Gentlemen's Singles Qualifying
    Grand Slam - Thursday (Qualifying Round) - Paris, France - Clay (Red)

    • After a rest day yesterday, only half of the qualifying matches were completed ahead of tomorrow's main draw with a number of CWLanders in action. First on court was sixth seed Ishan Narang who was again forced to do it tough as he edged out Benoît Rio in five. Despite taking the first set 6-1, Narang looked in trouble as the Frenchman claimed the next two and had break points early in the fourth. The erratic Indian-born player recovered, though, and took Rio through his paces by taking the fourth set 6-3. Both players desperately wanted an early break in the fifth, and it went to Narang who quickly set up a 4-0 lead. Rio held twice, but could not avoid a loss as Narang moved into the Wimbledon main draw 6-1, 5-7, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2.


    • Also through was an impressive Pierre Rose who outgunned eleventh seed Lee Inmin of Korea. The pair traded sets before Rose got on top of Lee who had looked pretty impressive right the way throughout the week. Having dropped his first set of qualifying in the match, Rose was keen to avoid losing a second as he comfortably outplayed his higher ranked opponent to advance to his second Grand Slam main draw in a row 7-6(3), 4-6, 6-0, 6-3.

    QUALIFIED
    Xavier SUAREZ ARG
    Ryan MILLER RSA
    Matthew TOBIN AUS vs. Imre MEDGYESSY HUN
    Jeremy NATALE AUS
    Rod BOSNAR AUS
    Ishan NARANG CDR
    Andy RUSSELL GBR vs. Ralph ROBINSON USA
    Harpreet GUPTE IND vs. Guilermo CRESPO ARG
    Gjorgji DINOV MKD vs. Mikel FOSDIKE FRA
    David JONES AUS vs. Roy DANIELS CDR
    Pierre ROSE FRC
    Gocha BERIANIDZE GEO
    Justin WILLIAMSON USA vs. Steve COLE AUS
    Peter SEEL GER vs. Jason LAWLEY FRC
    Flavio Augusto MARTINS BRA
    James O'RAHERTY IRL vs. Phoenix WLEFT CDR

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    The Championships, Wimbledon II - Gentlemen's Singles Qualifying
    Grand Slam - Friday (Qualifying Round) - Paris, France - Clay (Red)

    • The second half of qualifying was completed and it was at last a return to form for Roy Daniels () as he beat Aussie tenth seed David Jones in four sets. The inconsistent East CWLander had a fine win in the second round of qualifying on Tuesday, but told his Twitter followers yesterday that the two-day break served him well as he pulled up sore. Jones, no relation to the retail chain, played right into his hands as he engaged in a winner-fest with neither player showing particularly great defence. Daniels' serve was working well and his forehand was finding its mark as he notched up a number of winners against the Aussie - ultimately securing passage into the main draw 6-4, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3. There are still worrying signs with his insistence of slicing the backhand to keep it in play, but it is a step in the right direction nevertheless.


    • Jason Lawley also advanced in four as he came from a set down to beat Peter Seel of Germany. Seel claimed the first set 6-3, but didn't really produce much after that as he was beaten by the Westerner 3-6, 6-4, 6-1, 6-4. Phoenix Wleft was not so lucky as he let a two-sets to love lead to crumble to Ireland's James O'Raherty 5-7, 0-6, 6-3, 6-1, 6-4.

    QUALIFIED
    Xavier SUAREZ ARG
    Ryan MILLER RSA
    Imre MEDGYESSY HUN

    Jeremy NATALE AUS
    Rod BOSNAR AUS
    Ishan NARANG CDR
    Ralph ROBINSON USA
    Guilermo CRESPO ARG
    Gjorgji DINOV MKD
    Roy DANIELS CDR
    Pierre ROSE FRC
    Gocha BERIANIDZE GEO
    Steve COLE AUS
    Jason LAWLEY FRC
    Flavio Augusto MARTINS BRA
    James O'RAHERTY IRL

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