Monthly Archive: October 2012

Oct 28

The race to 103 – Part Three

As time and opportunity ebbs through the hour glass, the battle to secure places in the Australian Open gets more intense. It’s best highlighted this week by Sergiy Stakhovsky (97) and Ernests Gulbis both heading into Challenger qualifying events to try and secure the points they need. At the time of writing, both are on …

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Oct 21

The race to 103rd – Update

The scramble for those final places in the Australian Open main draw seems to have gone up a notch as some of those in the lower reaches took advantage of a schedule of 3 ATP 250’s and two Challengers to rack up some unexpected points. With many also on the Challenger Tour this week, it …

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Oct 16

The race to 103rd – the new exciting end of season tennis scrap

With the tradition to talk of end of season races to London or to number one, or to sustain interest after the US Open in some tenuous form, allow us to present the exciting “Race to 103rd”. As you will have already deduced, to finish 103rd in the rankings at the end of November should …

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Oct 10

Kenny De Schepper is a Monstrosity to face..

Kenny De Schepper

De Schepper measures a giant 6’8″, which is more than two metres tall, and one of the interesting aspects of his move up the rankings ishis relatively late start to the game. He’s no junior record and didn’t really start getting into the serious grind of futures until late 2008 and 2009, when he was …

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