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British ITF events in 2009

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Are all the events even challengers or even Sunday morning over 70s going to be called AEGON lol
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And Mark wanted Eaton to have his own forum lol

sorry
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Are all the events even challengers or even Sunday morning over 70s going to be called AEGON lol


Just the Challengers and Futures.
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Colin's currently a set up.
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He lost 2-6 6-4 6-4. Frown Not too bad a results though as the lost 6-2 6-2 to the same opponent in September.
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I've just looked at the schedule, and on may the 11th there's gunna be a 10k in newcastle... Really can't figure out where that's gunna be held.
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Just the Challengers and Futures.


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AEGON are calling the national cup and leagues the same as well lol
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 razz  They don't count.
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Sheffield this week for the men and Wrexham for the women.

Sheffield: Bloomers won his first match against Andrew Fitzpatrick and will play either Willis or Fleming. Baker will play his first round opponent of last week, Jeanclaude, in R1. Eaton plays Eysseric (4th seed). Milton beat Ryderstedt 6-3 6-4. Evans won. Illingworth beat Marray! Timo Nieminen beat Skupski.

Wrexham: Marks the return of Naomi Cavaday (seeded 2nd) who's been out for whatever reason. 12 Brits are in the main draw.
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Far cry from Australia!
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And this is where John Lloyd is looking for the second singles spot in the DC team.  He decided that all those who lost in AO qualies have the wrong attitude and weren't trying hard enough.  I'm not sure if he realises the gulf in quality of opposition between Melbourne and Sheffield.
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Why did Bloomfield play here instead of AO Qualies?
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He thought he would have more success this week and last week as he was unlikely to qualify.  If he had won both weeks he would have got 36 points instead of just 25 for actually qualifying..  The plan didn't work though as he lost in the 1st round last week.
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If he'd have qualified, he'd have got minimum 35 points, because he'd have got the ten points for being in the first round too.
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True, maybe he just didn't fancy the heat.
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