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Based on rankings after the US Open. (I'll use the newest for next week) Please make doubles teams by Tuesday 4PM New York time.

Hong Kong is HARDCOURT, Palermo is CLAY.


Hong Kong

(1)Flavio Lapentti vs. Bye
Jan-Michael Esaiasson vs. Adel Bargary
Carlos Spencer vs. Ben Conde-Martinez
(3)Alexei Urumov vs. Bye

(4)Kirilo Krasnoroutsky vs. Bye
Hargen Daas vs. Nathan Gambill
John Lee vs. Daniel Reliz Hingis
(2)Heath Izra London vs. Bye


(1)Krasnoroutsky/Urumov vs. Esaiasson/London
Bargary/Hingis vs. (2)Lapentti/Spencer


Palermo

(1)Felix Spears vs. Bye
Catrel Daniilidou vs. (4)Torsten Frings
(3)Danny Nest vs. Daniel Ospina
(2)Greg Golduck vs. Bye


Nest/Spears vs. Daniilidou/Golduck


Points for singles will be due Monday, Septmember 23rd at 3:00pm New York (EST) time! Doubles points will be due Wednesday at the same time. If no points are received, you lose by walkover.

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Daniel Nest and Felix Spears
 

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19 hours left for you to send singles points, I have received points for Bargary, London, Spencer, Urumov, Krasnoroutsky, Daniilidou, and Lapentti.

It's important to send points, if you lose by walkover from now on you receive 0 points for the week, as it is the same as withdrawing.
 

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Hong Kong 1st Round

Esaiasson def. Bargary 7-6(5) 6-1
Bargary's fitness was put in question after a long and hard fought first set.

Carlos Spencer def. Ben Conde-Martinez walkover
Conde-Martinez fell and sprained his finger walking to the court from the player's lounge.

Hargen Daas def. Nathan Gambill walkover
Gambill was confused and didn't show up until midnight, his match was scheduled for noon.

Daniel Veliz Hingis def. John Lee walkover
Lee decided to forfeit the match when he discovered he forgot to wear clothes.
 

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Hong Kong QF


Jan-Michael Esaiasson def. Flavio Lapentti 6-2 6-3
The Swede showed no mercy in a complete dismantling of the number one player in the world.

Alexei Urumov def. Carlos Spencer 7-6(8) 1-6 6-1
First set was key as both players were up and down the entire match.

Kirilo Krasnoroutsky def. Hargen Daas walkover :rolleyes:
Kirilo was given a bye into the semifinals because Daas was off cavorting.

Heath Izra London def. Daniel Veliz Hingis 7-6(8) 2-6 6-0
Another up and down match, London lost focus in the second set but cruised through the third.
 

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When i dont send points, i would like you to use my last week points. Thanks.
 
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