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Offline TigerTim

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If you were a tennis player what would your calender be?
« on: August 20, 2012, 05:51:07 AM »
Say you are Top10 tennis player, what would you calender be like?

Brisbane International 250
Australian Open
Indian Wells Masters 1000
Miami Masters 1000
Monte Carlo Masters 1000
Madrid Masters 1000
Rome Masters 1000
French Open
Queens Club 250
Eastbourne 250 (love the grass)
Wimbledon
Canada Masters 1000
Cincinnati Masters 1000
US Open
Bangkok Open 250
Tokyo 500
(Pull out of Shanghai)
Basel Indoors 500
Paris Masters 1000

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If you were a tennis player what would your calender be?
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2012, 10:34:22 AM »
18 tournaments is still a lot, but I guess the top ones are already playing anywhere from 19-22 a year...and complaining that it's too much. I would add Halle and take off Queens.  Plus - you forgot to add the Year End tournament if you Mae it in the top 8.
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Re: If you were a tennis player what would your calender be?
« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2012, 12:19:59 PM »
i would play


1. chennai
2. australian open
3. acapulco
4. montecarlo
5. rome
6. roland garros
7. wimbledon
8. toronto
9. us open
10. shanghai


and take a long holiday........at the end of shanghai, i would throw away a cumulative fine for all the missed tournaments and go for a long holiday until the next season........









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