they actually just tried a few days ago, but came up short against minsk in an attempt to get milan's spot. split wants to get the croatian indoors back up and running zagreb was also in the running
have you seen where the tourny is at Umag?Nathaliia said:yes, but Split is a prettier place than Umag maybe even I could go there for a tourney
umag is ancientNathaliia said:yes i have been to Umag as well but i more like the city of Split... it's a city inside of ancient palace though
most towns in Croatia are ancient, even from roman times. what all doesn't help me loving Split and Sibenik so much - a big party on a promenade? why not! Croatia would be a 101% paradise on Earth if you didn't have stony but sandy beachesRDucky said:
Czech Republic is a good option. Am not too fond of Serbia & Montenegro, considering it would be better to have an event in Belgium.joeyd2005 said:Croatia perhaps having two events is stretching it, but it'd be popular.
Serbia should be the next country to get a main tour event, or the Czech Republic or Slovakia.
no - Sopot has the worst schedule. we're even one week after you when no one thinks of clay seriously.croat123 said:exactly. plus, it's obvious that croatia is a good host because despite being scheduled at the worst possible time for a clay court tournament, we still get a lot of top players to play and we fill up the stands from the first day of the tournament