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11-07-2012 10:46 PM
PiggyGotRoasted
Re: 2 players W/O when they were to play each other. Has that ever happened in tennis

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Originally Posted by Nathaliia View Post
what if tipsarevic and bogomolov played each other?
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11-07-2012 08:13 PM
Nathaliia
Re: 2 players W/O when they were to play each other. Has that ever happened in tennis

what if tipsarevic and bogomolov played each other?
11-07-2012 05:25 PM
samanosuke
Re: 2 players W/O when they were to play each other. Has that ever happened in tennis

Remember once Ivanisevic was talking how he went on court with idea to announce that he is retiring from the match but opponent didn't show up due to injury, i think it was against Ulihrach in second round of one indoor event ( Milan or Rotterdam i think )
11-07-2012 05:21 PM
Matt01
Re: 2 players W/O when they were to play each other. Has that ever happened in tennis

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Originally Posted by habibko View Post
On a related note, has a player given a W/O after receiving a W/O himself in the previous round?

I suppose this is more likely but don't recall an example

I recall one example on the WTA tour (in Tokyo about 9 years ago) but not on the ATP tour.
11-07-2012 05:14 PM
FleetSeb
Re: 2 players W/O when they were to play each other. Has that ever happened in tennis

Wasn't this almost what happened between Nishikori and Simon in Paris. Gilles said he probably would have withdrawn had Kei not already done so.
11-07-2012 04:30 PM
habibko
Re: 2 players W/O when they were to play each other. Has that ever happened in tennis

On a related note, has a player given a W/O after receiving a W/O himself in the previous round?

I suppose this is more likely but don't recall an example
11-07-2012 03:19 PM
Lleyton_
Re: 2 players W/O when they were to play each other. Has that ever happened in tennis

This would be the best possible outcome of a Nadal-Djokovic match.
11-07-2012 03:01 PM
scarecrows
Re: 2 players W/O when they were to play each other. Has that ever happened in tennis

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If you get a W/O on, say, R16, and then lose in QF, will you get the prize money of R16 or QF loss?
QF
11-07-2012 02:54 PM
August
Re: 2 players W/O when they were to play each other. Has that ever happened in tennis

If you get a W/O on, say, R16, and then lose in QF, will you get the prize money of R16 or QF loss?
11-07-2012 02:35 PM
Slasher1985
Re: 2 players W/O when they were to play each other. Has that ever happened in tennis

Don't think it ever happened. One of the players must be first, and the second one will notice the first one retired, thus will postpone his retirement and see if he is fit for the next round's match.
11-07-2012 02:31 PM
Sauletekis
2 players W/O when they were to play each other. Has that ever happened in tennis?

I'm just curious about it. Some geek staticians of tennis here may answer this to me.

Of course I'm not referring to 1st round W/O's or 2nd round with byes in the 1st, cause then it would be 2 LL playing each other.

Thanks in advance!

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