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Week 36 - ATP Challenger 75 - TED Open - Istanbul, Turkey (hard)


L32:  Johannus Monday WR 740 (CH = 531 last October) vs Kacper Zuk (POL) WR 312 (CH = 162 in September 2021)



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L16:  (3) Sander Arends & Aisam-ul-Haq Qureishi (NED/PAK) CR 199 (97+102) vs Daniel Cukierman (ISR) & Joshua Paris CR 522 (243+279)

L16:  Hong Seongchan & Kwon Soonwoo (KOR/KOR) CR 1323 (742/581) vs Johannus Monday & Szymon Walkow (POL) CR 352 (192+160)

L16:  Vladyslav Orlov & Denis Yevseyev (UKR/KAZ) CR 908 (264+644) vs (4) Luke Johnson & Skander Mansouri (TUN) CR 318 (133+185)



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L32:  Johannus Monday WR 740 defeated Kacper Zuk (POL) WR 312 by 4-6 6-1 6-4   biggrin



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Yippety skippety

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Very good win...

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Coup Droit wrote:

Yippety skippety


Indeedy.



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How do these direct entries into challengers Johannes and Arthur are getting work? You have to be at a certain ranking in college? Are they unlimited while you maintain that position?

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Stircrazy wrote:

L32:  Johannus Monday WR 740 defeated Kacper Zuk (POL) WR 312 by 4-6 6-1 6-4   biggrin


 Great result - well done JoMo! 



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How do these direct entries into challengers Johannes and Arthur are getting work? You have to be at a certain ranking in college? Are they unlimited while you maintain that position?


 Here's an explanation. Five Brits have benefited: https://www.atptour.com/en/news/atp-ita-expand-accelerator-programme-january-2023  

https://www.atptour.com/en/news/challenger-ita-accelerator-programme-june-2023



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9vicman wrote:
wolf wrote:

How do these direct entries into challengers Johannes and Arthur are getting work? You have to be at a certain ranking in college? Are they unlimited while you maintain that position?


 Here's an explanation. Five Brits have benefited: https://www.atptour.com/en/news/atp-ita-expand-accelerator-programme-january-2023  

https://www.atptour.com/en/news/challenger-ita-accelerator-programme-june-2023


Basically 8 entries, in a 12-month time period. It's a super stepping stone. A way to avoid (or at least have the chance of avoiding) the slog through ITF events. So glad to see the lads taking advantage of the chance 



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Coup Droit wrote:
9vicman wrote:
wolf wrote:

How do these direct entries into challengers Johannes and Arthur are getting work? You have to be at a certain ranking in college? Are they unlimited while you maintain that position?


 Here's an explanation. Five Brits have benefited: https://www.atptour.com/en/news/atp-ita-expand-accelerator-programme-january-2023  

https://www.atptour.com/en/news/challenger-ita-accelerator-programme-june-2023


Basically 8 entries, in a 12-month time period. It's a super stepping stone. A way to avoid (or at least have the chance of avoiding) the slog through ITF events. So glad to see the lads taking advantage of the chance 


 The top 10 get into main draw, 11-20 into qualifying. Those players still at college get 6 entries during off season.



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9vicman wrote:
Coup Droit wrote:
9vicman wrote:
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How do these direct entries into challengers Johannes and Arthur are getting work? You have to be at a certain ranking in college? Are they unlimited while you maintain that position?


 Here's an explanation. Five Brits have benefited: https://www.atptour.com/en/news/atp-ita-expand-accelerator-programme-january-2023  

https://www.atptour.com/en/news/challenger-ita-accelerator-programme-june-2023


Basically 8 entries, in a 12-month time period. It's a super stepping stone. A way to avoid (or at least have the chance of avoiding) the slog through ITF events. So glad to see the lads taking advantage of the chance 


 The top 10 get into main draw, 11-20 into qualifying. Those players still at college get 6 entries during off season.


 yes, but it's 8 entries for each player who's graduated, yes? (either into main or qualis). I didn't realise those still at college got 6 spots during vacations. I think it seems a very good idea. Wide enough to encompass quite a few players and with a fair bit of flexibility built in 



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Coup Droit wrote:
9vicman wrote:
Coup Droit wrote:
9vicman wrote:
wolf wrote:

How do these direct entries into challengers Johannes and Arthur are getting work? You have to be at a certain ranking in college? Are they unlimited while you maintain that position?


 Here's an explanation. Five Brits have benefited: https://www.atptour.com/en/news/atp-ita-expand-accelerator-programme-january-2023  

https://www.atptour.com/en/news/challenger-ita-accelerator-programme-june-2023


Basically 8 entries, in a 12-month time period. It's a super stepping stone. A way to avoid (or at least have the chance of avoiding) the slog through ITF events. So glad to see the lads taking advantage of the chance 


 The top 10 get into main draw, 11-20 into qualifying. Those players still at college get 6 entries during off season.


 yes, but it's 8 entries for each player who's graduated, yes? (either into main or qualis). I didn't realise those still at college got 6 spots during vacations. I think it seems a very good idea. Wide enough to encompass quite a few players and with a fair bit of flexibility built in 


 Yes correct. A shame that there isn't a similar system for women yet.



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Thanks for the explanations. As we are on the subject, how many of those 5 have finished college then?

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Who are the other 3?

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