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Week 24: Halle; Queen's; Nottingham

SirBloody Idiot

Cricketer Of The Year
The grass season gets into full swing this week, with two PTA 250 events and a Challenger based out of Nottingham.

Gerry Weber Open
Halle, Germany
PTA World Tour 250

Confirmed players:
Rasmus Olesen (defending champion)
Daniel Páez Blanco
Radivoj Daneu
Zoltán Varga
Oneil Stewart
AEGON Championships
Queen's Club, London, United Kingdom
PTA World Tour 250

Confirmed players:
Jason Hall (defending champion)
Radek Špidla
Darcy Cowan
Dwayne Murdoch
Henry Charles
Zoltán Varga
David Champion
AEGON Nottingham Challenger
Nottingham, United Kingdom
$64,000 (winner: 90 points)

Confirmed players:
Denis Isaev
Ivars Emsis
Miguel Bertolotto
 

SirBloody Idiot

Cricketer Of The Year
Last year:

AEGON International
Queen's Club, London, United Kingdom

Qualifying (Draw)
Men's Singles (Seeds - Finals - Section 1 - Section 2 - Section 3 - Section 4)
Men's Doubles (Seeds - Finals - Top Half - Bottom Half)

Gerry Weber Open
Halle, Germany

Qualifying (Draw)
Men's Singles (Seeds - Finals - Top Half - Bottom Half)

Orange Warsaw Open (discontinued)
Warsaw, Poland

Qualifying (Draw)
Men's Singles (Seeds - Finals - Top Half - Bottom Half)

Points on the line:
Randy Smeltz: 350 (Warsaw - W - def. J. Varga, 7-5, 6-0)
Sven Oxenstierna: 110 (Halle - QF - def. by Genov, 5-7, 6-3, 6-7(8))
Jamee Hancianu: 80 (Warsaw - QF - def. by Smeltz, 3-6, 1-6)
Jefferson Drake: 40 (Queen's - 3R - def. by Champion, 6-3, 3-6, 1-6)
Rob Bowenburg: 40 (Halle - 2R - def. by Olesen, 2-6, 2-6)
Scotland Rivers: 30 (Halle - 1R+Q - def. by Cesljar, 1-6, 5-7)
Heath Davis: 10 (Queen's - 2R - def. by Champion, 5-7, 4-6)
Alex de Wet: 10 (Queen's - 2R - def. by R. Henson, 4-6, 1-6)
Jojo Mustard: 10 (Queen's - 2R - def. by Orlov, 3-6, 3-6)
Spas Delev: 10 (Queen's - 2R - def. by Stewart, 5-7, 4-6)
Jarkko Maxum: 10 (Warsaw - 1R+Q - def. by Z. Boniek, 4-6, 6-7(1))
 

Marcuss

Hall of Fame Member
Nor sure whether giving Queens a go is the best thing? More likely to go deep in the Challenger, surely?
Sod it.. do it.
 

SirBloody Idiot

Cricketer Of The Year
Nor sure whether giving Queens a go is the best thing? More likely to go deep in the Challenger, surely?
Sod it.. do it.
Totally up to you. Probs more chances of winning games in Nottingham, but with the right draw at Queen's you might do OK.
 

benchmark00

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When is the next Champions Tour event? Count me in. I'll partner Jason Stoltenberg in the doubles and Amanda Coetzer in the mixed.
 

Marcuss

Hall of Fame Member
Will go Notts in the hope to get more than a handful of sets in on grass.

*Cue Round 1 exit*
 

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