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Old 07-10-2012, 09:10 AM   #111
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Default Re: Aussies in Challengers and Futures

only two Australians in challenger main draws this week and they both qualified! Rameez Junaid (his main focus here is doubles where he is the second seed) plays another qualifier in The Netherlands, and Dane Propoggia plays the second seed Brugues-Davi in Italy... the guys who played in Winnetka last week in the states either stepped up to ATP quallies in Newport or went back to futures level in Canada. Mitchell and Reid are playing in 15k Canada, a better choice over Newport given their form, which has a really weak draw (probably weaker than the Aussie 15ks!) so it'd be good if they got some wins on the board to boost their confidence and form.

there aren't many more of our higher ranked future level players in action this week, Alex Bolt and Michael Look are the only other seeds playing in Turkey and Great Britain.
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