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Re: Nick Lindahl Cheering Thread

Yeah, Nick got Dent-ed.
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Nick not able to fire up in the US qualies, losing in two sets to the No. 10 seed, Portuguese player Rui Machado, 2 & 4
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So it would seem that Nick is going to continue to compete in the Australian future events for the rest of the year after his stint in Asia but there is a possibility he will head to the states after the Korean challenger. His schedule should look something like this for the rest of the year:

27 Sep - ATP Malaysian or Thai open qualies
4 Oct - Australian Future 8 - Port Pirie
11 Oct - Australian Future 9 - Happy Valley
18 Oct - Korean Challenger
25 Oct - break
1 Nov - USA challenger or Australian Future 10 - Kalgoorlie
8 Nov - USA challenger or Australian Future 11 - Esperance
15 Nov - USA challenger or New Zealand Future 1 - Wellington
22 Nov - Japanese Challenger or Australian Future 12 - Traralgon
29 Nov - Australian Future 13 - Bendigo
6 Dec - break
13 Dec - Wildcard Playoff - Melbourne

Hopefully Nick can go deep in a few of these tournaments seeing as he'll be seeded highly in all of the futures.
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Nick needs to get some results. Good luck for the upcoming futures events.
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That is a very full-on schedule, especially considering he SHOULD go deep in those futures. Hope he doesn't get an injury. Potential here to get up in the top 150.
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Re: Nick Lindahl Cheering Thread

Nick is playing the 15k in Port Pirie. As expected he is into the final.

R1: Nick LINDAHL (AUS) (1) defeated Joshua CROWE (AUS) 4-2 Retired
R2: Nick LINDAHL (AUS) (1) defeated Matthew BARTON (AUS) 6-1 6-3
QF: Nick LINDAHL (AUS) (1) defeated Dane PROPOGGIA (AUS) (7) 6-4 7-5
SF: Nick LINDAHL (AUS) (1) defeated Matt REID (AUS) (4) 6-3 6-3
F: Nick LINDAHL (AUS) (1) vs Colin EBELTHITE (AUS) (5)

Baker (USA) - Bedene (SLO) - Bellucci (BRA) - Berta (SWE) - Cuevas (URU) - Domijan (USA) - Ebden (AUS) - Estrella (DOM) - Grigelis (LTU) - Guccione (AUS) - Heliovaara (FIN) - Kavcic (SLO) - King (BAH) - Kontinen (FIN) - Kubler (AUS) - Lajovic (SRB) - Matosevic (AUS) - McGee (IRE) - Millman (AUS) - Mitchell (AUS) - Nielsen (DEN) - Nieminen (FIN) - Paire (FRA) - Udomchoke (THA)
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Good work. Hopefully he can get up on Ebelthite.
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Happy Valley 15k Hard
Rd 1: [1] Nick Lindahl (AUS) d Andrew Thomas (AUS) 6-4 6-4
Rd 2: [1] Nick Lindahl (AUS) d Chris Letcher (AUS) 6-4 6-4

Baker (USA) - Bedene (SLO) - Bellucci (BRA) - Berta (SWE) - Cuevas (URU) - Domijan (USA) - Ebden (AUS) - Estrella (DOM) - Grigelis (LTU) - Guccione (AUS) - Heliovaara (FIN) - Kavcic (SLO) - King (BAH) - Kontinen (FIN) - Kubler (AUS) - Lajovic (SRB) - Matosevic (AUS) - McGee (IRE) - Millman (AUS) - Mitchell (AUS) - Nielsen (DEN) - Nieminen (FIN) - Paire (FRA) - Udomchoke (THA)
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i guess this thread should be moved to the swedish forum. he will be representing sweden, according to itf entry list of the future next week held in bendigo.

http://www.itftennis.com/mens/tourna...order=Position
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Hope it works out well for him and it seems like a wise decision.

Baker (USA) - Bedene (SLO) - Bellucci (BRA) - Berta (SWE) - Cuevas (URU) - Domijan (USA) - Ebden (AUS) - Estrella (DOM) - Grigelis (LTU) - Guccione (AUS) - Heliovaara (FIN) - Kavcic (SLO) - King (BAH) - Kontinen (FIN) - Kubler (AUS) - Lajovic (SRB) - Matosevic (AUS) - McGee (IRE) - Millman (AUS) - Mitchell (AUS) - Nielsen (DEN) - Nieminen (FIN) - Paire (FRA) - Udomchoke (THA)
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i guess this thread should be moved to the swedish forum. he will be representing sweden, according to itf entry list of the future next week held in bendigo.

http://www.itftennis.com/mens/tourna...order=Position
Interesting. He was born in Sweden (see his Wikipedia page). Good move as far as Davis Cup is concerned as he would be Sweden's second highest ranked player (after Soderling).

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If Nick's "defection" to Sweden is true, let us hope it is not the start of a trend. There are other men with ties to other countries - like Tomic, Matosevic, Ball, Ebden, Jonesie and even Luczak. Quite a cosmopolitan bunch the top ten Men in Australia!
Not sure of Millman's parentage, but he, Hewitt and Klein are Aussie, although Klein may have some other heritage?
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If Nick's "defection" to Sweden is true, let us hope it is not the start of a trend. There are other men with ties to other countries - like Tomic, Matosevic, Ball, Ebden, Jonesie and even Luczak. Quite a cosmopolitan bunch the top ten Men in Australia!
Not sure of Millman's parentage, but he, Hewitt and Klein are Aussie, although Klein may have some other heritage?
Good luck to Nick in Sweden. He has done alot for Aus Tennis.This is sad but prob the right move for him.
Gee the defection list is growing . Suprise suprise, you would think with the massive player budgets and number of
coaches TA have they would be able to fully support more than " their best ever group " and manage ALL players properly.

But thats not the word going around the past few years, so I guess this is not suprising at all.
It is also interesting how in AUS players get labelled one thing or another, yet talk to coaches overseas about the very same players
and the players they reject here are highly respected overseas, noted to be hard working and have good attitudes.
Wonder what it is in Aus, that they cant manage different players and personalities , as like Margaret Court says,
Champions are different.

In Aus it seems to go that if one coach doesn't like a player then they all jump on board and there starts the demise.
Funny I hear quite a few players wishing they had other heritage as so many have been dropped since youth policy and
just want a fair go. I dont think these sweeping reforms , and zero tolerance attitudes help anyone. Thats not the " Aussie Way " if you ask me !!
I guess thats just how scary tennis or should I say , the TENNIS BUSINESS in AUS has become now, here they are wanting to build a stronger player base, yet they dropped so many as they where ready to make the transition to mens, you wonder in such a small country how can that make any sense ?
OH WELL,
Aus Loss , Sweden Gain.
Players like Nick do not come along everyday.
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Re: Nick Lindahl Cheering Thread

To be fair on Tennis Australia don't forget they have managed to get Ball and Berman and retain most of the Australian players even though alot of them are eligible to play for another country. I'm not too sure on the womens side but I'd imagine they are ahead in terms of players gained and lost. Australia has now lost Lindahl, Gregory and Barker (any others from this year?) but overall it isn't too bad and they just have to hope like RustyOz says that Lindahl's defection doesn't start a trend because there are a couple of players who to be honest would probably be better off representing other countries given their age.

Baker (USA) - Bedene (SLO) - Bellucci (BRA) - Berta (SWE) - Cuevas (URU) - Domijan (USA) - Ebden (AUS) - Estrella (DOM) - Grigelis (LTU) - Guccione (AUS) - Heliovaara (FIN) - Kavcic (SLO) - King (BAH) - Kontinen (FIN) - Kubler (AUS) - Lajovic (SRB) - Matosevic (AUS) - McGee (IRE) - Millman (AUS) - Mitchell (AUS) - Nielsen (DEN) - Nieminen (FIN) - Paire (FRA) - Udomchoke (THA)
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