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Filo V. 03-26-2012 03:01 AM

Player sub-forum requests.
 
Hello, I personally believe all of these players are established enough to have their own sub-forums. I am surprised they don't already but I think now would be the perfect time to change this and make it easier for their fans to find their personal forums.

Players include:
Radek Stepanek
Ryan Harrison
Ivo Karlovic
Frank Dancevic
Vasek Pospisil
Albert Montanes
Pablo Andujar
Nicolas Mahut
Michael Llodra
Andreas Seppi
Potito Starace
Fabio Fognini
Dudi Sela
Xavier Malisse
Steve Darcis
Phillipp Petzschner
Victor Hanescu
Robin Haase
Santiago Giraldo
Thomaz Bellucci
Pablo Cuevas
Bernard Tomic
Lukas Lacko
Lukasz Kubot
Kevin Anderson

All of these player sub-forums should be deleted, IMO:
Evgeny Korolev
Robby Ginepri
Eduardo Schwank
Fernando Gonzalez---move to retirement list
Nicolas Massu
Jose Acasuso---move to retirement list
Ilija Bozoljac
Max Mirnyi
Amer Delic

Filo V. 03-26-2012 03:03 AM

Re: Player sub-forum requests.
 
Some of these are common sense decisions that need to be looked in to. I don't really understand why they haven't been done in the first place; the fact retired guys have player forums and not someone like STEPANEK or KARLOVIC actually blows my mind, really. Hopefully, these things are corrected. Thank you for the response and subsequent action in advance, to those who this thread is appropriately dealing with on this matter.

scoobs 03-26-2012 08:08 AM

Re: Player sub-forum requests.
 
There is already a procedure for player subforums which will be opened again after Miami where people can nominate who should have subforums and the most popular ones will have a subforum created.

See http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=177680

for information.

Not every player will have their own subforum - it depends on the level of support they can demonstrate, often having their own thread in a country subforum is sufficient for the amount of fans they have on the site.


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