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Beijing/Tokyo Entry Lists

Beijing:
1. Kubot/Melo
2. Kontinen/Peers
3. Isner/Sock
4. Marach/Pavic
5. Bautista Agut/Ferrer
6. Bopanna/Cuevas
7. Cabal/Farah
8. Berdych/Zimonjic
9. Martin/Roger-Vasselin
10. Lorenzi/Zverev

1st alt: Fognini/Haase
2nd alt: Khachanov/Rublev

Tokyo
1. Klaasen/Ram
2. Harrison/Venus
3. Lopez/Lopez
4. Matkowski/Qureshi
5. Mektic/Monroe
6. Paire/Ramos-Vinolas
7. Gonzalez/Peralta
8. Skugor/Troicki
9. Knowle/Middelkoop
10. Inglot/Nestor

1st alt: Daniell/Demoliner
2nd alt: Koolhof/Sitak

Beijing a lot stronger than Tokyo but some interesting teams here. Maybe Knowle/Middelkoop are looking to become a full-time pairing. Inglot/Nestor looks fixed for the foreseeable future as does Mektic/Monroe, who probably will play together for the rest of the season. I wonder where Dodig/Granollers are considering they are still favourites for the last spot in London but need to be playing!
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Re: Beijing/Tokyo Entry Lists

Mischa Zverev?
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Where did you get these entry list?

Federer, Haas, Brian Baker.

Isner, Youznhy, Melzer, Verdasco, Bennetteau, Berlocq, Stepanek, Carreño Busta, Lorenzi, Mahut, Mathieu, Ramírez Hidalgo, Karlovic, ChiudinelliTsonga, Wawrinka, Raonic, Tipsarevic, Robredo, Sijsling, F. López, Tursunov, Roger-Vasselin, Mannarino, Pospisil, Stakhosvky, Golubev, Dolgopolov, Kukushkhin, M. Zverev, Ignatik, Riba.

Nestor, Mirnyi, Zimonjic, Marc López, Marach, Peya, Paes, Melo, Soares, Rojer, Marrero, R. Ram, Kubot, Petzchner, Huey, Inglot, Lipsky, Fleming, Knowle, Sá, Marray, Nielsen, Cabal, Farah.
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Beijing:
1. Kubot/Melo
2. Kontinen/Peers
3. Isner/Sock
4. Marach/Pavic
5. Bautista Agut/Ferrer
6. Bopanna/Cuevas
7. Cabal/Farah
8. Berdych/Zimonjic
9. Martin/Roger-Vasselin
10. Lorenzi/Zverev

1st alt: Fognini/Haase
2nd alt: Khachanov/Rublev

Tokyo
1. Klaasen/Ram
2. Harrison/Venus
3. Lopez/Lopez
4. Matkowski/Qureshi
5. Mektic/Monroe
6. Paire/Ramos-Vinolas
7. Gonzalez/Peralta
8. Skugor/Troicki
9. Knowle/Middelkoop
10. Inglot/Nestor

1st alt: Daniell/Demoliner
2nd alt: Koolhof/Sitak

Beijing a lot stronger than Tokyo but some interesting teams here. Maybe Knowle/Middelkoop are looking to become a full-time pairing. Inglot/Nestor looks fixed for the foreseeable future as does Mektic/Monroe, who probably will play together for the rest of the season. I wonder where Dodig/Granollers are considering they are still favourites for the last spot in London but need to be playing!
Mischa or Sascha?

Sascha Zverev

Rudi Molleker

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In the meantime, I found out, it has to be Mischa because Sascha and Lorenzi would have been ranked higher. Using the same logic for the Shanghai list results in that it has to be Mischa as well.
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Fognini/Haase would be a fun team. Fog won the Australian Open, while Haase reached the final once. Both can play doubles, I hope they can enter.
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Mischa or Sascha?
Mischa. Sascha oddly doesn't seem to want to play doubles with Mischa anymore.
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Mischa. Sascha oddly doesn't seem to want to play doubles with Mischa anymore.
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Fognini/Haase would be a fun team. Fog won the Australian Open, while Haase reached the final once. Both can play doubles, I hope they can enter.
They are In, because Ferrer is out
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Federer, Haas, Brian Baker.

Isner, Youznhy, Melzer, Verdasco, Bennetteau, Berlocq, Stepanek, Carreño Busta, Lorenzi, Mahut, Mathieu, Ramírez Hidalgo, Karlovic, ChiudinelliTsonga, Wawrinka, Raonic, Tipsarevic, Robredo, Sijsling, F. López, Tursunov, Roger-Vasselin, Mannarino, Pospisil, Stakhosvky, Golubev, Dolgopolov, Kukushkhin, M. Zverev, Ignatik, Riba.

Nestor, Mirnyi, Zimonjic, Marc López, Marach, Peya, Paes, Melo, Soares, Rojer, Marrero, R. Ram, Kubot, Petzchner, Huey, Inglot, Lipsky, Fleming, Knowle, Sá, Marray, Nielsen, Cabal, Farah.
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Beijing a lot stronger than Tokyo but some interesting teams here. Maybe Knowle/Middelkoop are looking to become a full-time pairing. Inglot/Nestor looks fixed for the foreseeable future as does Mektic/Monroe, who probably will play together for the rest of the season. I wonder where Dodig/Granollers are considering they are still favourites for the last spot in London but need to be playing!
Do you know if Mektic & Baker split? Or is Baker out with injury (again)?
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Do you know if Mektic & Baker split? Or is Baker out with injury (again)?
Baker has not played since the Us Open. He was injured during the grass seasons but I don't know what is happenning to him now, because he is not playing any challenger too

Federer, Haas, Brian Baker.

Isner, Youznhy, Melzer, Verdasco, Bennetteau, Berlocq, Stepanek, Carreño Busta, Lorenzi, Mahut, Mathieu, Ramírez Hidalgo, Karlovic, ChiudinelliTsonga, Wawrinka, Raonic, Tipsarevic, Robredo, Sijsling, F. López, Tursunov, Roger-Vasselin, Mannarino, Pospisil, Stakhosvky, Golubev, Dolgopolov, Kukushkhin, M. Zverev, Ignatik, Riba.

Nestor, Mirnyi, Zimonjic, Marc López, Marach, Peya, Paes, Melo, Soares, Rojer, Marrero, R. Ram, Kubot, Petzchner, Huey, Inglot, Lipsky, Fleming, Knowle, Sá, Marray, Nielsen, Cabal, Farah.

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Dodig/Granollers will sign in OS in Beijing. I believe Murray/Soares are OS in Tokyo.
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Re: Beijing/Tokyo Entry Lists

Beijing
(1)Kontinen/Peers v Berdych/Zimonjic
(wc)Gong/Zhang v Bopanna/Cuevas
(3)Dodig/Granollers v Lorenzi/M.Zverev
Q/Q v (wc)Del Potro/L.Mayer

Pouille/Verdasco v Bautista Agut/Bedene
Isner/Sock v (4)Marach/Pavic
Fognini/Haase v Martin/Middelkoop
Cabal/Farah v (2)Kubot/Melo

Tokyo
(1)Rojer/Tecau v Lopez/Lopez
(wc)McLachlan/Uchiyama v Q/Q
(3)Klaasen/Ram v Skugor/Troicki
Matkowski/Qureshi v S.Gonzalez/Peralta

(wc)Matsui/Sugita v Schwartzman/Thiem
Inglot/Nestor v (4)Harrison/Venus
Mektic/Monroe v Daniell/Demoliner
Paire/Ramos-Vinolas v (2)Murray/Soares
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OUT: Martin/ERV, Knowle/Middelkoop, Bautista/Ferrer
IN: Bautista/Bedene, Martin/Middelkoop, Daniell/Demoliner
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OUT: Martin/ERV, Knowle/Middelkoop, Bautista/Ferrer
IN: Bautista/Bedene, Martin/Middelkoop, Daniell/Demoliner
When will you stop putting 100% of your attention on lists and switch to actual draws and results?
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