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Entries Week 7 - 15/02/21


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Australian Open Week 2 (Hard) - TBA


CHALLENGERS

Potchefstroom 2 $80K (Hard) - Broady, Clarke (Draper, Peniston)

Biella 2 $125K (Indoor Hard) - Murray

 

 FUTURES

 

USA $25K (Clay) - (Whitehouse)

Egypt $15K (Hard) - Fery, Pinnington-Jones (Jubb, McHugh, Loffhagen, Weightman, Gibbens)

Tunisia $15K (Hard) - (Parker)

Turkey $15K (Clay) - (Hodkin)

 

WTA                              

Melbourne $250K (Hard) -  Konta, Watson

                         

FUTURES                          

South Africa $25K (Hard) - Burrage (Silva, Broady)

USA $25K (Hard) - Bains (Swan)

Tunisia $15K (Hard) - Lindh

Egypt $15K (Hard) - (Christie, Dissanayake, Maloney, Bisset, Banks)

 



-- Edited by seagull on Thursday 11th of February 2021 11:31:10 AM

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What has happened to Sam Murray, Harriet Dart, Amanda Carreras, Emma Radacanu, Maia Lumsden

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Harriet is at home in London, but is training. Not seen anything about any of the others for some time.

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seagull wrote:

What has happened to Sam Murray, Harriet Dart, Amanda Carreras, Emma Radacanu, Maia Lumsden


 Maia was in Scotland in early January. Other than Harriet, no recent posts on Instagram from any of them nor any indication of training/injury/other. 



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flamingowings wrote:
seagull wrote:

What has happened to Sam Murray, Harriet Dart, Amanda Carreras, Emma Radacanu, Maia Lumsden


 Maia was in Scotland in early January. Other than Harriet, no recent posts on Instagram from any of them nor any indication of training/injury/other. 


Howdie, flamingowings smile

You safely arrived???? 



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Women's update after Thursday's withdrawal deadline - not all automatic withdrawals complete yet

W25 Potchefstroom - M11 Jodie Burrge, Q16 Eden Silva, Q18 Naomi Broady, (Q24 Sarah Beth Grey)
W15 Sharm El Sheikh - (Q9 Sarah Beth Grey), Q11 Freya Christie
W15 Monastir - M12 Emily Lindh
W25 Orlando - Q3 Naiktha Bains, Q5 KatieSwan



-- Edited by the addict on Thursday 4th of February 2021 11:00:51 PM

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Women's update

W25 Potchefstroom - M11 Jodie Burrge, Q12 Eden Silva, Q14 Naomi Broady
W15 Sharm El Sheikh - Q3 Freya Christie, Q26 Tanysha Dissanayake, Q31 Eliz Maloney
W15 Monastir - M8 Emily Lindh
W25 Orlando - M19 Naiktha Bains, Q2 KatieSwan, (A7 Tara Moore)
Also W25 Altenkirchen - Emily + Sofia in doubles?

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Will the players in Potchefstroom have to quarantine in hotels coming back or are elite sportsmen/women exempted?

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This is a good question!  They will not be exempted because they are (elite?) sports people, I'm sure of that. When they committed themselves to playing in South Africa, the quarantine / red list was probably not in place. My understanding is that you are not permitted to return the England (not sure re. other UK countries) without quarantining in a government approved hotel if you have been in a red list country in the previous 10 days.  A much preferable option would be to go to a north African country, maybe Maroc or Tunisia. It would not be more expensive than staying in a crappe hotel airport, and they would be free, could work on their tan, do some fitness and if they travel with their fellow tennis players, I'm sure there would be plenty of tennis clubs happy to let them use their facilities for a modest cost.

I'm looking forward to the world getting back to normal....



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Id imagine most of those in SA will be going off to other tournaments. So the UK restrictions wont come into play. I think apart from Peniston every one is down for somewhere the week after.

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Madadman wrote:

Id imagine most of those in SA will be going off to other tournaments. So the UK restrictions wont come into play. I think apart from Peniston every one is down for somewhere the week after.


 Yes, the three girls are heading to Sharm in the following week, and are on the list for the week after that.



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