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08-27-2009 11:22 AM
mojoo999
Re: Qualifying Draw

wow impressive.
08-26-2009 09:14 AM
pasquale
Re: Qualifying Draw

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Originally Posted by riff View Post
Why Belucci plays Q if he is 68 ranked
what a bad luck for Dimitrov
He was 117 at the time the rankings were taken into account for US OPEN. After that he won Gstaad and jumped up. Too late to get directly into the main draw, but enough to be seeded 1 in Q.
08-26-2009 07:27 AM
riff
Re: Qualifying Draw

Why Belucci plays Q if he is 68 ranked
what a bad luck for Dimitrov
08-26-2009 04:21 AM
clever1980
Re: Qualifying Draw

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Originally Posted by CooCooCachoo View Post
No problem. I hope you'll have fun! Please report back, would love to read some of your observations.

Thanks CooCooCachoo. Saying I had fun would be understatement. It was more than great. First time to the Qualies for me.

From your list, I started my day with Amatraj and Falla's match. I would have stayed for this match if it was up to me but we moved on to Peter Polansky and Alex Kuznetsov. First set was very competitive, but Alex went down too quickly after losing the first set in tie-break. He broke his racquet after the match was over.

I couldn't follow your third match of the day suggestion because I had to see Marco. He certainly was the better player of the match. Many of Joao Souza's service game went to , 0-30, deuce or more but Marco only had 1 break in each set to finish it.

Your match of the day choice didn't disappoint in the first set. Malisse is a great character. He was speaking to himself almost entire first set. There was a line call disagreement with the Umpire and with the line girl during the tie break. Right before the second set started, he spit out the gum he was chewing onto the court and he looked at either the line lady (who was responsible for the disputed line call) or the audience before him “Do you want gum? Then he picked it back up and threw it away. His concentration went away in second set but somehow he came back to break at 4 all and won the second set. Then I left to go check whether Grigor Dimitrov match had started for 10-15 mins. When I came back to Malisse's match, it wasn't pretty for him. He lost it entirely. Zeballos has some lovely drop shots.

My last match choice was Grigor's. But disappointingly, they had moved the match to a different court and when I found out it was already over. I did get a glimpse of Scoville Jenkins and Hrbaty match. Jenkins really outpowered Hrbaty. And Michael McClune and Todd Widom's first set tiebreak was quite intense..

Saw a few practicing players, Soderling, Llodra, Karlovic, F. Lopez.

Here it is, my trip. Thanks for helping me out. I might come back and ask for your suggestion again next year.
08-26-2009 01:50 AM
ImmzB
Re: Qualifying Draw

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Originally Posted by CooCooCachoo View Post
Once the QD has been made, the ALTs depend on who is actually on-site. While the order of the ALT list still applies, those who are not there (e.g. Villagran, Nielsen and Qureshi) will not get the ALT spots, so Sijsling became the first in line.
So if some-1 withdraws tommorow would it go in that order Villagran, Nielsen and Qureshi and them 3 r on site.
If u sign up 2 be an ALT would it go by who has the higher ranking?
08-26-2009 01:43 AM
ImmzB
Re: Qualifying Draw

Qureshi should of been on site!

He was in New York!

Maybe tommorow if some-1 pulls out!
08-25-2009 11:27 PM
Caio_Brasil
Re: Qualifying Draw

Horacio, Daniel, Thomaz
Jão

Vamos Zampinha, Hocevar, Mello and Juampi tomorrow
08-25-2009 11:21 PM
CooCooCachoo
Re: Qualifying Draw

And Zeballos took out Malisse, so I guess I was wrong Good win for the Argentine.
08-25-2009 11:21 PM
CooCooCachoo
Re: Qualifying Draw

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Originally Posted by ImmzB View Post
Yeah same...

Wouldnt it be Villagran, Nielsen or Qureshi?
Once the QD has been made, the ALTs depend on who is actually on-site. While the order of the ALT list still applies, those who are not there (e.g. Villagran, Nielsen and Qureshi) will not get the ALT spots, so Sijsling became the first in line.
08-25-2009 09:16 PM
Ad Wim
Re: Qualifying Draw

Don't think it's an error cause he's playing right now.
08-25-2009 08:03 PM
ImmzB
Re: Qualifying Draw

Yeah same...

Wouldnt it be Villagran, Nielsen or Qureshi?
08-25-2009 07:55 PM
monaco fans
Re: Qualifying Draw

i only want this to be an error of us open page
08-25-2009 07:39 PM
ImmzB
Re: Qualifying Draw

How can he get in then?
08-25-2009 07:37 PM
monaco fans
Re: Qualifying Draw

no
08-25-2009 07:33 PM
ImmzB
Re: Qualifying Draw

Was Igor Sijsling on the ALT list?
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