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Singapore ATP Challenger 2012

Posted by Editor in Hot off the Press on 17 February 2012
Singapore ATP challaneger 2012 - TENNISDATES
Qualifying Draw (Singles) 25 February 2012 to 27 February 2012
Main Draw (Singles/Doubles) 27 February 2012 to 4 March 2012

VENUE
Singapore Island Country Club, Bukit Location

PRIZE MONEY
US$50,000

Dear Tennis Aficianados,

Don't miss out on a ATP challenger right here in Singapore Soil.  The event is owned and organised by both Sports Management Group Pte Ltd (SMG) and Singapore Tennis Association (STA).

And best of all the tickets available are all FREE.

The tournament is an ATP Challenger Tour Event and is being organized for a second consecutive year. Held at the Singapore Island Country Club, the Singapore ATP Challenger is a professional tennis event featuring upcoming players on the ATP Tour. Played using a knockout format, these 32 singles players and 16 doubles teams compete for ATP ranking points and total prizemoney of US$50,000.

The highest ATP ranked player will be none other than LU YEN-HSUN, a well known taiwanese, currently ranked 62nd.

Lu Yen Hsun was first Taiwanese player to reach the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam Wimbledon in 2010, and the first ASIAN to do so in fifteen years. Scalps include Andy Roddick in 4th round. Aptly named as BIGGEST UPSET in 2010


Regards,

Editor
www.LearnMatchupAndPlay.com

P/S tournament player details : http://www.singaporeatpchallenger.com/players.html

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