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summer schedule?

Leo7
07-21-2002, 06:25 AM
so where will Juan Carlos be stopping this summer on the American Hardcourt Swing? i'm sure Rebecca knows!

;)

Chloe le Bopper
07-21-2002, 01:53 PM
To be honest, I'm not *positive* but I'm pretty sure that his first hard court tourney will be Toronto.

Then he'll play cincinatti - that might be it :confused:

I'm not sure if he will play another one after that, does anyone else?

I will try to dig it up.

For sure he is comitted to the Masters SEries though, seeing as he has little choice ;) hehe

John.Charles
08-08-2002, 06:27 AM
Also note, Juanqui was going to play in the Spanish Masters (December 01), Sydney International & Australian Open (January 02) ... however, he had to withdraw due to a knee injury. Hopefully it won't affect his play throughout the year!

Week Start Date Tournament Category Surface
1 31 December Training - -
5 28 of January Milan IS-2 Indoor
6 4 of February Davis Cup C.D. Clay
7 11 of February Marseille IS-2 Indoor
8 18 of February Rotterdam IS-1 Indoor
9 25 of February Dubai IS-2 Hard
10 4 of March Training - -
11 11 of March Indian Wells M.S. Hard
1213 18 of March Key Vizcaíno M.S. Hard
14 1 of April Davis Cup II - -
15 8 of April Estoril * IS-2 Clay
16 15 of April Monte Carlo M.S. Clay
17 22 of April Barcelona - Godó IS-1 Clay
18 29 of April Training - -
19 6 of May Rome M.S. Clay
20 13 of May Hamburg M.S. Clay
21 20 of May Training - -
22-23 27 of May Roland Garros G.S. Clay
24 10 of June London** IS-2 Grass
25 17 of June Training - -
26-27 24 of June Wimbledon G.S. Grass
28 8 of July Gstaad IS-2 Clay
29 15 of July Stuttgart IS-1 Clay
30 22 of July Sopot* IS-2 Clay
31 29 of July Toronto M.S. Hard
32 5 of August Cincinatti M.S. Hard
33 12 of August Rest - -
34 19 of August Training - -
35-36 26 of August Open USES G.S. Hard
37 9 of sept. Training - -
38 16 of sept. Davis Cup III - -
39 23 of sept. Hong Kong IS-2 Hard
40 30 of sept. Moscow** IS-2 Indoor
41 7 of October Training - -
42 14 of October Madrid M.S. Hard
43 21 of October Basilea IS-2 Indoor
44 28 of October Paris M.S. Indoor
45 4 of nov. Training - -
46 11 of nov. Masters Cup Shangai - Indoor
47 18 of nov. Training - -
48 25 of nov. Davis Cup Final IV - -

IS-2: International Series 2
IS-1: International Series 1
M. S. : Masters Series
G.S. Grand Slam
*Pending confirmation
**It will play if in Paris does not pass from the two weeks.

Chloe le Bopper
08-08-2002, 07:14 AM
Thanks, where did you get this from?

John.Charles
08-09-2002, 07:54 AM
from his official site

http://www.terra.es/estrellas/ferrero/

Chloe le Bopper
08-09-2002, 10:03 PM
OH thanks - I dont go there very much cause I can't read Spanish very well :(

TennisHack
09-04-2002, 09:31 PM
Just thought I'd bump his schedule to the top. No play for a few weeks, but we can start cheering him on for Hong Kong!! :)

Leo7
09-04-2002, 10:08 PM
VAMOS Juan Carlos in Hong Kong!:bounce:

TennisHack
09-04-2002, 10:11 PM
LMAO, I think we need to rename the chat thread :)

Layla
09-04-2002, 10:16 PM
Originally posted by TennisHack
Just thought I'd bump his schedule to the top. No play for a few weeks, but we can start cheering him on for Hong Kong!! :)

Good thinking.

GOOD LUCK IN HONG KONG JUANQUI!!! :bounce:

I'll cheer for Spain in Davis Cup before that. Who are they playing anyway?

TennisHack
09-04-2002, 10:19 PM
Originally posted by Layla
I'll cheer for Spain in Davis Cup before that. Who are they playing anyway?

Are they playing? :confused: They lost to the US in the last tie.

Layla
09-04-2002, 11:08 PM
See, I don't know much about Davis Cup. :o I know they lost but don't they have to play for a lesser spot or something? Or is it all over if they don't move on.

Vera
09-05-2002, 12:06 AM
I don't think Spain will have to play any DC match this year. They lost in 2nd round, so they are still within the main group w/o having to play qualifying. So no DC til next year. (well, I could be wrong).

Anyway, his next is Hong Kong, then Tokyo, TMS Madrid, Basel and TMS Paris. I feel good about his schedule, especially now there's a TMS in Madrid. Last year, Haas won Stuttgart and Grosjean won Paris. I'm sure all the Real fans will come cheering for him in Madrid.

Go Juanqui, you are a champ.:bounce: :bounce: :bounce:

TennisHack
09-05-2002, 12:24 AM
Originally posted by Vera
I feel good about his schedule, especially now there's a TMS in Madrid. Last year, Haas won Stuttgart and Grosjean won Paris. I'm sure all the Real fans will come cheering for him in Madrid.

LOL, that will be very sweet. Isn't Real is favorite soccer team? (I just don't feel right saying "footy", hahaha.)

It will be played on indoor hard. Hmm, that will be interesting . . . .

Vera
09-05-2002, 12:35 AM
He should feel so much more motivated playing in his favorite city (besides his hometown), that I hope. :) Hey, maybe the Real players will go cheer for him too. Ain't that be special.

Layla
09-05-2002, 12:45 AM
That would really be special Vera. Then I could feast my eyes on Raul, Figo and Casillas as well. :hearts: Not that I would ever be able to tear my eyes away from Juanqui if I was there. ;) Hey, I might just decide to go, if I manage to make some more money.

Vera
09-05-2002, 12:57 AM
Originally posted by Layla
That would really be special Vera. Then I could feast my eyes on Raul, Figo and Casillas as well. :hearts: Not that I would ever be able to tear my eyes away from Juanqui if I was there. ;) Hey, I might just decide to go, if I manage to make some more money.

Hey, Sergio cheers for JC in his night match against Arthurs (according to Leo), instead of making out with Martina at her nite off. So who knows.

Well, Raul and Figo:drool: :drool: :drool: I'll say that's definitely worth a trip.