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ATP Nottingham 2007


18-23 June. The week before Wimbledon.  cmon yeah
No Brits. Frown Until Henman got a wildcard.  yay

Offical Site

1 Gasquet, Richard 13
2 Tursunov, Dmitry 24
3 Hrbaty, Dominik 25
4 Calleri, Agustin 28
5 Mathieu, Paul-Henri 37
6 Bjorkman, Jonas 41
7 Lee, Hyung-Taik 44
8 Ginepri, Robby 45
9 Mirnyi, Max 47
10 Wawrinka, Stanislas 48
11 Clement, Arnaud 51
12 Grosjean, Sebastien 56
13 Simon, Gilles 58
14 Garcia-Lopez, Guillermo 61
15 Del Potro, Juan Martin 62
16 Spadea, Vincent 65
17 Lapentti, Nicolas 66
OUT Querrey, Sam 67
19 Johansson, Thomas 68
20 Delic, Amer 72
21 Russell, Michael 73
22 Gabashvili, Teimuraz 74
23 Kendrick, Robert 78
24 (SE)
25 (SE)

26 (Q)
27 (Q)
28 (Q)
29 (Q)
30 (WC) Henman, Tim GBR
31 (WC) Bogdanovic, Alex GBR
32 (WC) Bloomfield, Richard GBR

IN Pavel, Andrei ROU 83
OUT Srichaphan, Paradorn THA 85
IN Karlovic, Ivo CRO 89
IN Kunitsyn, Igor RUS 92

OUT Devilder, Nicolas FRA 93
OUT Seppi, Andreas ITA 94
OUT Hartfield, Diego ARG 95 
OUT Hernych, Jan CZE 96
OUT Peya, Alexander AUT 97
OUT Udomchoke, Danai THA 98 
OUT Berlocq, Carlos ARG 99

12. Dlouhy, Lukas CZE 100
13. Guccione, Chris AUS 103
14. Sanguinetti, Davide ITA 104
15. Lu, Yen-Hsun TPE 105
16. Berrer, Michael GER 106
17. Mahut, Nicolas FRA 108
18. Navarro Pastor, Ivan ESP 109
19. Saretta, Flavio BRA 110
20. Waske, Alexander GER 113

Source: SteveG
[ Last edit by Allan June 16, 2007, 12:58 pm ] IP Logged

None? That's utterly ridiculous! It's in Nottingham! Mind you, if you look at the rankings Tim and Andy are the only two who would make it. Maybe we'll get some WC's or Q's
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There must be some Brits given Wildcards too.  I'd be very suprised if they didn't.
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Hopefully Booray will play here. Think

Andy wasn't due to play here last year but because of his poor from he decided to use a wildcard to get extra match practice.
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But he's got boodles for practice. So I doubt he will. I definately see Booray here though. Looking at how much they're looking forward to the grass.
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Wildcard for Tim Henman. Smile
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I think you need to edit the bit in the first post that says "No Brits Frown "   lol
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Wildcard for Tim Henman. Smile

Glad to see that - lets hope he can do better here and that the weather stays dry pray

From Timmy's website:

    Tim to try his luck in Nottingham   
   13/6/07 6:09 AM


Organisers of The Nottingham Open have confirmed that Tim Henman has been awarded a wild card into next week’s grass court event.

The 32-year-old, who in 2002 enjoyed a career-high ranking of world No.4, has competed in the singles draw of The Nottingham Open on four occasions.

Patrick Hughesman, Tournament Director of The Nottingham Open, said: “I can confirm that Henman, the British No.2, has today been awarded one of the three available wild cards into the main draw of The Nottingham Open that starts on Monday.”

“It's terrific news for the tournament and tennis fans across the East Midlands that Tim will be returning to compete in The Nottingham Open.

“As the holder of 11 ATP singles titles and as a four-time semi-finalist at Wimbledon, Tim is a truly world class player who is certain to thrill Nottingham's packed centre court next week."

Henman has enjoyed mixed success in Nottingham. In 1997 the Englishman reached the semi-finals while in 1995 and 1996 the right-hander reached the quarter-finals of the East Midlands tournament.

Henman, who considers grass as his favourite surface, last played at The Nottingham Open in 2000 when in the first round he lost to Jonas Bjorkman, a 1998 and 2002 Nottingham Open singles champion.

Let us really hope that he doesn't go out in the first round! pray pray pray
[ Last edit by Bevc June 14, 2007, 06:36 am ] IP Logged

He needs some wins in his belt.  C'mon Teem!
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I think Baker and Boggo got WC's too
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Wonder if Hewitt will try and get into this one too, for some more match practice.
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The other wildcards went to Boggo and Bloomield.
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Eric and Jamie will play here from my knowledge !
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Singles Qualy Draw
Lots and lots of Brits.  yay cmon yeah

Main Singles Draw
Henman play Micheal Russell and could face 2nd seed Dimitry Tursunov in R2.
Boggo plays Guillermo Garcia-Lopez. The winner would play 5th seed Hrbaty or Grosjean in R2.
Bloomfield plays 4th seed Jonas Bjorkman.
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Thats a nice draw for Boggo, Guillermo is definately a clay courter from his points breakdown, and second round would be a good test,
Bloomers and Henners has an extremely tough draw.
Baker is unlucky to get Guccione in his section of QD
Watch out for the young guns of Cox, Evans, Dyce, Dunbar and Barnes
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