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Has he already planned his schedule? I could make that elusive trip to Europe based on his schedule and watch some tennis games live. Does anyone know where I could get that information?
 

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Has he already planned his schedule? I could make that elusive trip to Europe based on his schedule and watch some tennis games live. Does anyone know where I could get that information?
Adelaide and Sydney to start with.

As for coming to Europe, let's meet up in Monte Carlo, :wavey:, a tournament Richard would never skip when injury free.
 

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Adelaide and Sydney to start with.

As for coming to Europe, let's meet up in Monte Carlo, :wavey:, a tournament Richard would never skip when injury free.
I live in Sydney and did watch this year's medibank tourney, but I want to watch a clay court or grass court match with Richie. I guess thats where he plays his best tennis. The entire european clay season starting with Monte Carlo, Estoril ... seems to be a nice choice. Or probably even stay on until Wimbledon too. I think I might be in for a long holiday next year. I hope Richie makes it worthwhile by playing flashy tennis and winning atleast to survive in the tournaments I visit until the final. That's all I ask.

I'd be excited to meet fellow Richie fans too.
 

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I hope Richie makes it worthwhile by playing flashy tennis and winning atleast to survive in the tournaments I visit until the final. That's all I ask.
If you are going to watch Monte Carlo, Estoril, Roland Garros and Wimbledon, that's indeed a modest wish. :p PM me when things get more concrete in case you need advice.
 

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If you are going to watch Monte Carlo, Estoril, Roland Garros and Wimbledon, that's indeed a modest wish. :p PM me when things get more concrete in case you need advice.
Sure I will, Thanks.
 

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will richie play in the SAP open in san jose? I'm just wondering since this is the closest tournament in my area. just asking. anyone know?
I don't think he will play there because the previous week he will play in Marseille.
 

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I wish he would play in San Jose. I live there. :awww:
 

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Usually, American players only play in San Jose (Tommy Haas is more American than German). :shrug:

Even Andy Murray, who is the winner of the two last tournaments in San Jose, has chosen to play Marseille and Rotterdam instead. I guess, the fact that he does not collaborate with Brad Gilbert any more has something to do with this. :lol:
 

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so for Marseille ,

Projected quarter finals:

Djokovic (SER, 1) - Mathieu (FRA, 8)
Murray (GBR, 4) - Ferrero (ESP, 5)
Youzhny (RUS, 3) - Baghdatis (CYP, 6)
Gasquet (FRA, 2) - Tsonga (FRA, 8)
 

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so for Marseille ,

Projected quarter finals:

Djokovic (SER, 1) - Mathieu (FRA, 8)
Murray (GBR, 4) - Ferrero (ESP, 5)
Youzhny (RUS, 3) - Baghdatis (CYP, 6)
Gasquet (FRA, 2) - Tsonga (FRA, 8)

You posted on irrelevant thread. The cheering thread for Marseille hasn't opened yet. It's nice to be quick, but don't hurry. :)


Don't dare to answer. It's still a wrong thread. :p
 
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