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Entries Week 12 - 21/03/22


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Miami Week 1 $1M (Hard) - Norrie, Evans, Murray, Draper (Broady)

 

CHALLENGERS

Biel $80K (Indoor Hard) - Peniston (Gray)

Santa Cruz de la Serra $80K (Clay) - Jubb

 

FUTURES

Portugal $25K (Hard) - Matusevich, Choinski (Paris, Hodkin, Murphy, Henderson, White)

Croatia $25K (Clay) - Gill

USA $25K (Hard) - Broom (Pinnington-Jones, Patten, Martin)

Columbia $25K (Clay) - (Baker)

France $25K (Indoor Hard) - Wendelken, Little (Jones)

Turkey $15K (Clay) - Harris (Blaydes)

Tunisia $15K (Hard) - (Weightman, Southcombe, Southcombe)

India $15K (Hard) - Cash (Canter)

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WTA                              

Miami Week 1 $1M (Hard) - Raducanu, Watson (Dart)

                         

FUTURES                          

Australia $60K (Clay) - Bains

Tunisia $15K (Hard) - Maloney (Daley, Sutherland)

Egypt $15K (Hard) - Gillan (Brogan, Amos, Wilson, )

Spain $15K (Clay) - Carreras (Baglow)

 

 



-- Edited by seagull on Wednesday 16th of March 2022 03:12:25 PM



-- Edited by Shhh on Saturday 19th of March 2022 08:26:27 AM

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Miyazaki shown as British now?

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Russell Fuller has confirmed this on BBC Sport website now British



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Miami Doubles - Joe, Neal and Jamie are our only entrants in this in main draw, Dan and Luke Saville are alt 1 and Lloyd and Harri alt 8

www.dartsrankings.com/tennis/miami



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Updated with withdrawals

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Stuart Fraser has confirmed the suspicions that Jack Draper has got a MD WC for Miami.

twitter.com/stu_fraser/status/1502398360887644163

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Great to see Jack playing a match on the tour again . He deserves his shot . Hope he gets a winnable 1st round match .

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chocandlolly wrote:

Great to see Jack playing a match on the tour again . He deserves his shot . Hope he gets a winnable 1st round match .


 He won't face Novak this time smile



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Wild cards for Miami are really interesting , no Americans at all I believe.

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It is no surprise though that all Miami wild cards outside of former slam winners/top 20 players have gone to IMG managed or IMG academy players, as they always do.

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Lambda wrote:

It is no surprise though that all Miami wild cards outside of former slam winners/top 20 players have gone to IMG managed or IMG academy players, as they always do.


 As you say always the case and I guess the upside of going with a big agency , although whether it is anti competitive practice is another thing ! 



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JonH comes home wrote:

Wild cards for Miami are really interesting , no Americans at all I believe.


 Not technically correct. Plenty of US players got WC - almost all the quals ones are US men, and last I checked Sofia Kenin was American and has a WC for the main draw, as well as 3 other US women. 



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flamingowings wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

Wild cards for Miami are really interesting , no Americans at all I believe.


 Not technically correct. Plenty of US players got WC - almost all the quals ones are US men, and last I checked Sofia Kenin was American and has a WC for the main draw, as well as 3 other US women. 


 Sorry - I was talking just men and main draw and apologise as I didnt make that clear - indeed, I hadnt and typically dont look at the womens details. my bad for not being clear what I meant. 

I do think not having a US mens main draw wildcard in a US event is unusual and interesting 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Sunday 13th of March 2022 02:40:49 PM

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Maybe a wee bit surprising here re the men's MD but the Americans in general get a very good WC deal by having 3 Masters events and so often just getting WCs for being American,.

Of course that is typical with other countries awarding WCs to their own players. But it's not so good wirh leg ups for such big events and some may know my views re MD MCs when wr get to Slam level, ie earn them.



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indiana wrote:

Maybe a wee bit surprising here re the men's MD but the Americans in general get a very good WC deal by having 3 Masters events and so often just getting WCs for being American,.

Of course that is typical with other countries awarding WCs to their own players. But it's not so good wirh leg ups for such big events and some may know my views re MD MCs when wr get to Slam level, ie earn them.


 Indeed - I wasnt really commenting on whether Americans deserved them, agree they get a good deal overall. More that I was surprised the 5 cards had gone to 2 Brits, 2 Aussies and a Chinese player. 



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