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Tournament Name: MOVISTAR OPEN
Location: SANTIAGO, CHILE
Dates: FEBRUARY 1–7, 2010
Prize Money: USD $398,250
32 DRAW (MAIN DRAW & QUALIFYING)

SITE: Hacienda Chicureo Club de Golf-Colina
Santiago, Chile
SURFACE: Clay
BALL: Penn
WEB SITE: Dominio protegido - Protected domain name | Alessandri Abogados


Qualifying draw: Friday, January 29, 9:00 p.m.
Main draw: Saturday, January 30, TBA
Doubles draw: Saturday, January 30, 6:00 p.m.


ATP Ranking Points
W: 250
F: 150
SF: 90
QF: 45
R16: 20
R32: 0
Q: +12
Q8: 6
Q16: 0
Q32: 0

Entry deadline: December 21, 2009
Seeding: January 25, 2010


1 Gonzalez, Fernando CHI 11
OUT Haas, Tommy GER 18
3 Monaco, Juan ARG 30
OUT Montañes, Albert ESP 31
5 Bellucci, Thomaz BRA 36
6 Zeballos, Horacio ARG 45
7 Cuevas, Pablo URU 50
8 Acasuso, Jose ARG 51
OUT Gasquet, Richard FRA 52
10 Greul, Simon GER 59
11 Starace, Potito ITA 62
12 Hernandez, Oscar ESP 70
13 Chela, Juan Ignacio ARG 73
14 Luczak, Peter AUS 77
15 Lorenzi, Paolo ITA 84
16 Daniel, Marcos BRA 87
17 Granollers, Marcel ESP 91
18 Lapentti, Nicolas ECU 97
19 Vassallo Arguello, Martin ARG 99
20 Kubot, Lukasz POL 101
21 Ventura, Santiago ESP 109
22 Massu, Nicolas CHI 112
OUT Kim, Kevin USA 117
24 (SE)
25 (SE)
26 (Q) ARANGUREN, Juan-Martin ARG
27 (Q) SOUZA, Joao BRA
28 (Q) RAMIREZ HIDALGO, Ruben ESP
29 (Q) MARRERO, David ESP
30 (WC) Saavedra-Corvalan, Cristobal CHI
31 (WC) Poplipnik-Castillo, Hans CHI
32 (WC) Aguilar, Jorge CHI

Alternates
IN Schwank, Eduardo ARG 118
IN Riba, Pere ESP 121
IN Crivoi, Victor ROM 123
IN Martin, Alberto ESP 128
IN Capdeville, Paul CHI 129
OUT Recouderc, Laurent FRA 138
OUT Brown, Dustin JAM 144
OUT Ouahab, Lamine ALG 145
OUT Alves, Thiago BRA 149
IN Mello, Ricardo BRA 151
OUT Roger-Vasselin, Edouard FRA 153
1 Ramirez Hidalgo, Ruben ESP 156
2 Marrero, David ESP 157
3 Cipolla, Flavio ITA 159
4 Andujar, Pablo ESP 162
 

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Re: Santiago Entry List (T/K)

Surprised to see Haas and Kim playing here, and nice to see Gasquet comes back to SA.
I just hope Cuevas doesnt get Gonzalez half again.
 

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Re: Santiago Entry List (T/K)

To Come is a printing and journalism reference abbreviated "TK." It is used to signify that additional material will be added at a later date.
 

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Re: Santiago Entry List (T/K)

Haasi and Richie :worship:
 

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Re: Santiago Entry List (T/K)

Come on Gasquet!!
 

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Re: Santiago Entry List (T/K)

wow, Gasquet confirmed he will play at Buenos Aires, but I hope to see Haas too!
 

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Re: Santiago Entry List (T/K)

Strange schedule for Richie/Haasi. :confused:
 

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Re: Santiago Entry List (T/K)

Haas will be playing American hard court tournaments after Santiago, as he is used to doing this years.

As chilean tournament is usually the weakest entry list tournament of the Latin American tour, probably because is too next the end of the Australian Open, I consider that Jaime Fillol, director of the tournament, always tries to catch an interesting players that then choose european or american atps instead of the clay ones, in order to make the entry list more attractive to public. For example:

Fernando Gonzalez always
2008: Fernando Verdasco
In 2008 Andy Murray was near to play here, as he had to play against Argentina for Davis Cup, but he didn't come.
 

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Re: Santiago Entry List (T/K)

Haas will be playing American hard court tournaments after Santiago, as he is used to doing this years.

As chilean tournament is usually the weakest entry list tournament of the Latin American tour, probably because is too next the end of the Australian Open, I consider that Jaime Fillol, director of the tournament, always tries to catch an interesting players that then choose european or american atps instead of the clay ones, in order to make the entry list more attractive to public. For example:

Fernando Gonzalez always
2008: Fernando Verdasco
In 2008 Andy Murray was near to play here, as he had to play against Argentina for Davis Cup, but he didn't come.
Verdasco only played this tournament in 2008 because there was a Davis Cup tie in Peru the following week. And he also wasn't that big of a name back then (ranked just inside the top 30).

Tommy Haas in Chile, really didn't see that coming. :lol: Doesn't necessarily mean he will show up though.
 

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Re: Santiago Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated December 30, 2009)

Haas must be receiving a lot of money 'cos he is moving back to Hard Courts (San Jose) next week.

I must say that with Feña and Tommy (also Monaco) Santiago has a better field than Costa du Sauipe.
 

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Re: Santiago Entry List/Fact Sheet (updated December 30, 2009)

Sauipe is far the worst of them
 
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