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Old 03-23-2013, 01:18 AM   #9
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Default Re: Week 14: Saint-Brieuc (Entry List)

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Originally Posted by eric View Post
Well, I have to thank you and admit these are good reasons I was not aware of for an entry list that disappointed me mostly because of low cut, and I had always seen in action, over and over, all the guys supposed to enter (even Nedovyesov in singles and doubles since Cherbourg !) , so am always looking for some newcomers when I travel to a tournament . The change from indoor clay to greenset in 2013 may explain other choices, like Vagnozzi or A.Balazs who enter Rome future on same week. I will go to StBrieuc yet : the staff is really kind and some restaurants are worth the trip for customers of my generation ;-)
OK ! OK ! Players too ... And De Schepper, Berrer and some others are nice guys.
Kind regards from France . Eric.
Hi Eric,
Saint Brieuc is such a great place to go for a trip even to see this challenger event. There are several interesting players to see like De Schepper, Lacko, Berrer, Gicquel, Mahut, Authom, Kunitsyn, Mertl, Meffert or Nedovyesov just to name some. I think the list is pretty good.
Besides there are several places pretty close to visit like St Malo, Quimper, Brest, Rennes or Nantes just to name a few places.
Therefore I would take one week off to go there
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