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Entry System for France As of Monday, 7/29/2002

Good luck to:

11 Grosjean, Sébastien (FRA )
37 Clement, Arnaud (FRA )
40 Santoro, Fabrice (FRA )
41 Escudé, Nicolas (FRA )
51 Boutter, Julien (FRA )
76 Mathieu, Paul-Henri (FRA )
80 Golmard, Jérôme (FRA )
93 Llodra, Mickaël (FRA )
104 Coutelot, Nicolas (FRA )
107 Dupuis, Anthony (FRA )
120 Lisnard, Jean-René (FRA )
124 Pioline, Cédric (FRA )
147 Carraz, Gregory (FRA )
150 Di Pasquale, Arnaud (FRA )
156 Saulnier, Cyril (FRA )
166 Thomann, Nicolas (FRA )
172 Gasquet, Richard (FRA )
180 Varlet, Julien (FRA )
182 De Chaunac, Sébastien (FRA )
188 Mutis, Olivier (FRA )
192 Bachelot, Jean-Francois

and all others...
 

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I want to see Sebastien get back to top 10 soon!

Santoro keeps dropping! :sad: I hope he notices he's going in the wrong direction and turns around immediately!

Does anyone else here like Arnaud Di Pasquale? He needs to get back to top 100 urgently. Anyone know where he's playing next? He mostly plays in challengers now.
 

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I love DiP

and he is playing one challenger right now, the same one than Chris Rochus, I have already forgotten where it is but you will find info in the challengers forum.
 

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Di Pasquale is playing in San Marino.it is a $100.000 challenger.

Tryfon: r u from France?
 

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I got to see Fabrice, Grosjean, and Boutter in Toronto :eek:

It was good fun!

I was very very happy to see my two fave french men!

And I also hope they rise in the rankings again soon :)
 

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He's not evil, he's adorable :hearts: He nods to himself all the time by way of encouraging himself. It looks so much more appealing than fist pumping (not that I have anything against that).

Not all players who beat his oh-so-loveliness are evil, Becca. ;) Just You Know Who. Besides, Juanqui beat DiP at the US Open, and that was Arnaud's last match before he had to retire for more than half a year. Talk about revenge... Poor Arnaud.
 
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