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Old 10-03-2009, 08:08 PM   #51
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Default Re: Indoor Season 2009 Autumn Version

As always, thanks a lot for all the updates
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Originally Posted by soulage View Post
He didn't enter Orleans Challenger but as he said in his last interviews he could play instead the qualies of Stockholm 250. I don't know exactly why he made this choice he loves so much to play in france. Maybe he wants buy new Bjorn Borg underwears Well we already have to wait if he goes in Stockholm.
It's the first time in 4 years that I don't go to Stockholm in October, a pity. But I'm glad to find out Arnaud has liked Stockholm, too Though maybe after all he simply decided to take an extra week off after having played too many matches in Metz
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You will see an all french match Kezzi. He plays the #7 seed who is Flo Serra. http://www.atpworldtour.com/posting/2009/3350/mds.pdf
Arnaud leads 2-0 in their H2H But I wouldn't bet on him
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Originally Posted by Kezzi View Post
I never it like it when Frenchies play eachother.
Is the doubles draw also out or do we have to wait for it a little longer? Couldn't find anything yet on the atp website.
Anyway it should be an interesting match to watch, both players have funny antics.
I believe doubles draws for Challengers usually come out on Sundays
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