Source: This Week in Tennis
Yesterday, the ATP World Tour proved that just because the top four seeds are playing in the semifinal round doesn't mean the quality is going to be spectacular. In the Skistar Swedish Open at Bastad, Sweden the top four seeds were in action and in the first match Robin Soderling gave up only one game against Tomas Berdych and the second match wasn't much better as David Ferrer only surrendered four…Continue
Added by WTA Today on July 17, 2011 at 3:32am — No Comments
On Monday, 1st-seed Julia Goerges and 2nd-seed Jarmila Gajdosova traveled to the side of Stubnerkogel mountain in Bad Gastein, Austria. The two took part of a stunt for Sony Ericsson that saw them rally on a mini-tennis court with barely room to move. The cameras were rolling as the duo hit tennis balls and they had to be blown away by the breathtaking surroundings, but the two players weren't rolling on Tuesday as they both bowed out of the Nürnberger Gastein Ladies 11 event in Bad Gastein,…Continue
Added by WTA Today on July 12, 2011 at 5:55pm — No Comments
Players in the qualifying rounds of the WTA Nürnberger Gastein Ladies 11 in Bad Gastein, Austria and the ATP Skistar Sweden Open in Bastad, Sweden had to make it through three rounds of qualifying in order to make it into the main draws. I’ve listed the main draw qualifiers (country in parenthesis) for each tournament below.
Nürnberger Gastein Ladies 11 (Bad Gastein, Austria)
Added by WTA Today on July 11, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments
January 8th, 2011: this was the date, past weekend; my 9yr. old participated in his first 12 under ZAT tournament. Having played in the 10 under's all of last year he now has his sights set for qualifying points. It went well & he back with more fire in his belly. All's good so far.
Best parent: 1st round match…Continue