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San Jose Doubles


Andy is partnering James Auckland in the doubles draw.  They are against Jeff Coetzee and Rogier Wassen

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Hi, where did you find the draw please?

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Here: http://www.atptennis.com/posting/2006/424/MDD.pdf


Hi Kate, welcome to the board!



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Thanks, Madeline :) I confess, I have been lurking for a while, it's great to get such uptodate info on all the British players, I come here for all the latest scores!


I read you went to the Sunderland future, right? I went last year! It was lots of fun! I was doing some work for the British Tennis mag and the LTA web site, so it was my first time there, but I enjoyed it a lot. The atmosphere was so nice and relaxed! Would have liked to have gone this year, but I'm studying in Spain, will get there again next year!


Thanks again for the info :)



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Kate - Welcome to the board! That sounds interesting (your work for the British Tennis mag and LTA site), how did that come about?


Mad - The reports were excellent!



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Thanks for the welcome, Sally I sent a couple of emails asking if they had anyone to cover the tournament for them (British Tennis) and they said they did, but passed my request on to the LTA who said I could send in daily summaries including player interviews for them to go on the web site. Then British Tennis emailed and asked if I would like to interview Matt Smith for their feature interview that month - which of course I was thrilled to do as I want to be a tennis journalist! Everyone at the tournament was so great, it was great fun!

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Kate, let me know when next you will go to Sunderland, we could meet up. I feel very lonely there as everybody else seems to be attached to one of the players!


Oops, we seem to have strayed well off topic.  It is nice to see that Andy and James Auckland have teamed up for the doubles, I wonder why Andy turned James down when they were down under?



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I thought it was becaue he didn't want to play with someone regularly except his brother... but then he teamed up with Djokovic so....

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Maybe because it was such a big tournament he didn't want to commit to anything other than the singles - but obviously his singles campaign was over fairly quickly, so maybe his plans changed....

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Andy is partnering James Auckland in the doubles draw.  They are against Jeff Coetzee and Rogier Wassen

Good for Andy and James.....could be a trial to see how they get on....Wimbledon ?

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And/or Davis Cup?

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Murray / Auckland play Coetzee / Wassen Dutch/South African pair.


No OOP on the web site...probably Tuesday ?


In the same half as McEnroe...would that be a laugh if they met !!!



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By my working out he is on at 3am our time tomorrow/tonight.



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I am going to be very interested to see how Johnny Mc. does here. I think he will struggle, 47 is just too old, and we should remember that towards the end of his career he was starting to be underpowered. He didn't getting the additional power from new carbon fibre rackets that everyone else was getting.    He does have a very good partner  in Jonas Bjorkman though, it would be great to see them win a couple of rounds.


What do other people think?



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I hope Mac & Jonas win their first round, and that Andy & James win theirs - they would meet in the next round!!

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