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Shouldn't we know by now?

Angel21
06-30-2004, 07:44 PM
"By no later than June 28 2004 the NOC's shall advise the ITF which of their eligible players have been selected to compete in the singles and doubles competitions"

Doesn't that mean that we should be able to find all of the players goind there by now...and if not all the ones with direct qualifications.
Some countries like France, USA, Spain and Argentina have already said which will be their teams...but what about the others?

CarloBelgium
07-01-2004, 06:18 PM
here you go :

MEN'S SINGLES EVENT

ARGENTINA - Juan Ignacio Chela, Guillermo Coria, Gaston Gaudio, David Nalbandian
ARMENIA - Sargis Sargsian
AUSTRALIA - Mark Philippoussis
AUSTRIA - Jurgen Melzer
BELARUS - Max Mirnyi
BELGIUM - Xavier Malisse, Olivier Rochus
BENIN - Arnaud Segodo
BRAZIL - Gustavo Kuerten, Flavio Saretta
CHILE - Fernando Gonzalez, Nicolas Massu
CHINESE TAIPEI - Yen-Hsun Lu
CROATIA - Mario Ancic, Ivo Karlovic, Ivan Ljubicic
CYPRUS - Marcos Baghdatis
CZECH REPUBLIC - Tomas Berdych, Jiri Novak
ECUADOR - Nicolas Lapentti
FINLAND - Jarkko Nieminen
FRANCE - Gregory Carraz, Arnaud Clement, Sebastien Grosjean, Fabrice Santoro
GEORGIA - Irakli Labadze
GERMANY - Tommy Haas, Nicolas Kiefer, Florian Mayer, Rainer Schuettler
GREAT BRITAIN - Tim Henman
GREECE - Konstantinos Economidis
ITALY - Filippo Volandri
KOREA - Hyung-Taik Lee
MOROCCO - Hicham Arazi, Younes El Aynaoui
NETHELANDS - Raemon Sluiter, Martin Verkerk
PERU - Luis Horna
ROMANIA - Andrei Pavel
RUSSIA - Igor Andreev, Nikolay Davydenko, Marat Safin, Mikhail Youzhny
SLOVAK REPUBLIC - Karol Beck, Dominik Hrbaty, Karol Kucera
SPAIN - Juan Carlos Ferrero, Feliciano Lopez, Carlos Moya, Tommy Robredo
SWEDEN - Jonas Bjorkman, Thomas Enqvist, Joachim Johansson, Robin Soderling
SWITZERLAND - Roger Federer
THAILAND - Paradorn Srichaphan
USA - Taylor Dent, Mardy Fish, Andy Roddick, Vincent Spadea

Champion number 1
07-01-2004, 08:23 PM
Forza Volandri, Go For Gold.

nitsansh
07-01-2004, 08:27 PM
MEN'S DOUBLES EVENT

ARGENTINA - Guillermo Coria/David Nalbandian and Gaston Etlis/Martin Rodriguez
AUSTRALIA - Wayne Arthurs/Todd Woodbridge
BAHAMAS - Mark Merklein/Mark Knowles
BELARUS - Max Mirnyi/Vladimir Voltchkov
BELGIUM- Xavier Malisse/Olivier Rochus
CANADA - Daniel Nestor/Fred Niemeyer
CHILE - Fernando Gonzalez/Nicolas Massu
CROATIA - Mario Ancic/Ivan Ljubicic
CZECH REPUBLIC - Tomas Berdych/Jiri Novak and Martin Damm/Cyril Suk
FRANCE - Arnaud Clement/Sebastien Grosjean and Michael Llodra/Fabrice Santoro
GERMANY - Nicolas Kiefer/Rainer Schuettler
GREECE - Konstantinos Economidis/Vasilis Mazarakis
INDIA - Mahesh Bhupathi/Leander Paes
ISRAEL - Jonathan Erlich/Andi Ram
MOROCCO - Hicham Arazi/Younes El Aynaoui
NETHERLANDS - Raemon Sluiter/Martin Verkerk
POLAND - Mariusz Fyrstenberg/Marcin Matkowski
ROMANIA - Victor Hanescu/Andrei Pavel
RUSSIA - Igor Andreev/Nikolay Davydenko and Marat Safin/Mikhail Youzhny
SLOVAK REPUBLIC - Karol Beck/Dominik Hrbaty
SPAIN - Feliciano Lopez/Tommy Robredo and Carlos Moya/Rafael Nadal
SWEDEN - Jonas Bjorkman/Joachim Johansson and Thomas Enqvist/Robin Soderling
SWITZERLAND - Yves Allegro/Roger Federer
USA - Bob Bryan/Mike Bryan and Mardy Fish/Andy Roddick
ZIMBABWE - Wayne Black/Kevin Ullyett