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01-07-2005 06:00 AM
Re: entry list

There's no entry list for qualies at regular weekly atp events. Whoever shows up on site by 9 pm on Friday can sign in and hope they get in, depending on the level of the competition. You should be able to find the draw online somewhere by midnight local time (or not).
01-07-2005 05:33 AM
*Viva Chile*
Re: entry list

Vamos Fernando González... "El Bombardero de la Reina"
(C'mon Gonzo... "La Reina's Bomber")
01-07-2005 03:20 AM
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01-07-2005 01:34 AM
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where can I find the entry list for the qualifiers?
01-06-2005 06:03 PM
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Mario has pulled out with an ankle injury!!!! Let's hope he can play in the Australian Open!!!
01-05-2005 04:43 AM
Human Washington
Re: NZ players join entry list

6 NZ players were involved in a playoff for two Wild Cards into the main draw of the 2005 Auckland Open (starts Jan 10). Nielsen and Jones took the Wild Cards. The other 4 players will receive entry into the qualifying draw.

One thing the round robin tournament showed was that the gap between the NZ players is not as big as is represented by their respective rankings. Current NZ men’s rankings:
ATP Men’s Singles Doubles
Cur Prv Cur Prv
Mark Nielsen 618 615 355 354
Adam Thompson 754 751 710 702
Simon Rea 962 958 690 682
Rubin Statham 1100 1094 - -
Lee Radovanovich 1152 1146 938 933
Matt Prentice 1463 1456 717 709
William Ward 1463 1456 1637 1630
Daniel King-Turner - - 1100 1093
G.D. Jones - - 1760 1757

Note: Simon Rea has thrown in his towel and given up the ghost. Alas, another NZ tennis player, who like Alistair Hunt, has prematurely ended his career. It brings a tear to my eye, when sports players of the caliber of cricketer Chris Cairns could still be representing NZ. How much fun is it sitting at home watching NZ getting caned on T.V, if you are still capable of playing?

Anyway, Ward showed some big match potential, but ultimately a lack of consistency, by upsetting Nielsen and Thompson the two highest ranked players.
G.D Jones and Statham were the two players, which really shone for me though. G.D Jones’ game seems to have developed rapidly. His 4 wins, 1 loss record (to top seed Nielsen) canvassed his potential
Radovanovich was barred from entering the mini tournament on the grounds that he will not play professional tennis in 2005. Wildcards, NZ tennis stipulated, are only for those playing professionally in the coming year. Sounds good in practice. But what if Radovanovich, continuing his win at the NZ Residentials then qualified for the Heineken, picking up some ATP points and then decided to ply his trade on the futures and challenger circuits. It seems a strange decision to drain the shallow pool of quality players NZ has, when stronger domestic competition can only battle harden NZ players, upgrading their preparation as they try to break into The Show (ATP tour), or play Davis Cup.
Details of 2004 Residentials Final: Auckland third seed Radovanovich won the final 6-1, 7-6 (13-11) over fourth seed Matt Prentice of Wellington. "I wanted to be aggressive and just went for it "I went out there thinking it would be three sets, and that’s what happens every time we play," said Radovanovich. "I knew I could hold my serve and would have to take some risks on his serve when he was banging them down. In the second set I got over-anxious and tried to force the play a little. I was really nervous in the tiebreak."

Surely Radovanovich is a candidate for singles play this year in the Davis Cup?

Adam Thompson was the biggest disappointment, of the wild card playoff. He only had wins against King Turner, (the tournament bunny it turned out) and Statham. I hope he improves for the qualifying.

Statham had a good week at the NZ Residentials, where he lost in the semi-finals to Radovanovich. In the wildcard mini tournament, Statham beat King Turner, and Ward, but couldn’t get past form player Jones, or top seeds Thompson and Nielsen. I hope he does well in the actual Auckland tournament qualifying rounds.
01-05-2005 12:01 AM
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Vamos JUANQUI (show every1 u still have a lot to say), Guille, Mario and Rafa !
01-04-2005 07:13 PM
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Cmon Mario, Rafa en Sjeng!! Good luck!!
01-04-2005 06:21 PM
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2-Tommy Robredo 13 ESP
5-Fernando Gonzalez 23 CHI
7-Mario Ancic 29 CRO
8- Juan Carlos Ferrero 31 ESP

So many my favorites in the same tornament,!!!
01-04-2005 03:57 PM
Human Washington
Re: entry list

Don't forget to include the two NZ Wild Cards Mark Nielsen and G.D Jones on the Entry List. Nielsen may have a chance to get into the second round as he has done twice before. I think this is Jones' first ATP experience. Both won wildcards in a mini tournament played between the top NZ players.... see for more details....
01-04-2005 12:57 PM
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Tommy #2 seed! Good luck

Great entry list! I wish I could go there!
01-04-2005 08:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Yashirobai
This man will win this title! Remember how good he was:

haven't seen this exciting expression for a long time! miss it so much!
01-03-2005 06:27 PM
Pink Panther
Re: entry list

Good luck to all these players!

2-Tommy Robredo 13 ESP
5-Fernando Gonzalez 23 CHI
7-Mario Ancic 29 CRO
8- Juan Carlos Ferrero 31 ESP
11- Fabrice Santoro 52 FRA
13- Mariano Zabaleta 54 ARG
14-Sjeng Schalken 57 NED
15-Agustin Calleri 58 ARG
01-02-2005 04:33 PM
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01-02-2005 03:45 PM
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If JC without injured and being at his level he can defeat Koubek everytime they meet on court.
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