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Wacker Burghausen – Rochusclub Düsseldorf 1:5

Eschauer, Werner (AUT/ATP 101) – Lopez, Feliciano (ESP/ATP 50) 2:6, 4:6
Wassen, Rogier (NED/322) – Portas, Albert (ESP/90) 2:6, 2:6
Kas, Christopher (GER/372) – Blanco, Galo (ESP/120) 6:2, 6:0
Petzschner, Philipp (GER/317) – Lopez, Marc (ESP/184) 3:6, 0:6
Bohli, Stephane (GER/292) – Albert, Mariano (ESP/178) 3:6, 3:6
Sistermans, Djalmar (NED/--) – Clavet, Francisco (ESP/214) 2:6, 2:6

TC Großhesselohe – ETUF Essen 3:3

Armando, Hugo (USA/ATP 304) – van Lottum, John (NED/ATP 86) 6:3, 3:6, 6:1
Kindlmann, Dieter (GER/373) – Waske, Alexander (GER7129) 6:7(4), 6:1, 4:6
Schlachter, Ricardo (GER/655) – Mazarakis, Vasillis (GER/133) 4:6, 3:6
Jäger, Sebastian (GER/772) – Rehnquist, Björn (SWE/156) 3:6, 6:2, 6:2
Benfele-Alvarez, Emilio ( ESP/804) – Settergren, Johan (SWE/265) 6:7 (2), 6:2, 6:4
Schiessling, Thomas (AUT/721) – Kempes, Edwin (NED/458) 4:6. 6:4, 4:6

Blau-Weiss Neuss – TC Bamberg 5:1

Nadal, Rafael (ESP/ATP 56) – Galimberti, Giorgio (ITA/ATP 136) 7:5, 6:2
Sanguinetti, Davide (ITA/91) – Luxa, Petr (CZE/240) 6:2, 6:7(5), 7:6(3)
Galvani, Stefano (ITA/132) – Kohlschreiber, Philipp (GER/254) 5:7, 2:6
Starace, Potito (ITA/169) – Sarstrand, Marcus (SWE 361) 6:4, 6:3
Hemmes, Fred (NED/256) – Stadler, Simon (GER/613) 7:6, 6:3
Diaz, Jacobo (ESP7539) – Tattermusch, Andreas (GER/1115) 3:6, 7:6(7), 6:1

Oberhausener THC – Dinslakener TG Blau-Weiss 3.3

Montanes, Albert (ESP/ATP 107) – Rochus, Christophe (BEL/ATP 89) 6:4, 6:7(3), 0:6
Balcells, Juan (ESP/190) – Hernandez, Oscar (ESP/139) 6:3, 6:2
Kohlmann, Michael GER/226) – Coutelot, Nicolas (FRA/189) 1:6, 6:7(8)
Viloca, Juan Albert (ESP/231) – Rascon, Juan Luis Tati (ESP/318) 3.6, 6:4, 6:4
Knippschild, Jens (GER/439) – Prodon, Eric (FRA/314) 6.3, 6:7(4), 6:4
Vinck, Christian (GER/335) – Nicklisch, Rene (GER/--) 2:6, 4:6
 

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It's some german team tennis thing, and they pay other ATP players to join it? Or something?

And wtf is Nadal doing here when he has to play Umag in two days? I guess I just answered my own question with the "two days" bit...
 

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Football league is also called Bundesliga, that's right. ;)

Tennis Bundesliga: It's a league consisting of 9 teams that play in a round robin format over several weeks. In each tie 6 singles and 3 doubles matches are played. As you can see, they are many ATP-professionals competing.

There is a website with all scores and information: www.tennisbundesliga.de (only German)

There are also two 2nd Leagues (one level lower). The best teams from there move up to the 1st League, while the two worst teams from 1st League go down to the 2nd.
 

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Haha! I came in here thinkin' Deutsch Bundesliga!! Wtf does BMunich and BLeverkeusen et al. have to do with tennis?! I thought this thread was misplaced :)
 
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