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Old 10-08-2010, 09:40 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by Chris-swede View Post
whats going on in Norways mens tennis?
Nothing, that's the whole point. Tennis in Norway is non-existent at least on a pro level. It's not looking good. We have no juniors coming up either. Norwegian tennis has been dead for a long time, and it won't change in the future either. I accepted this a long time ago, and I've gotten to a point where I just don't care anymore.

BTW: I'm talking about the men here, we do have a junior on the women's side with potential. But this is for the ATP, so yeah. I stand by what I said.

Our highest ranked guy is around 500-600 and he's 25 or 26 years old. So yeah, he's struggling. The thing is, tennis is a TINY sport in Norway, it doesn't get a lot of funding and I don't think it will get more in the near future either.
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