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Wanderer

Tennis Qualification for Summer Olympic Games 2016

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Wanderer    643
Just now, Gianlu33 said:

Wow, finally a good site. Women's and Doubles versione are aviable?

 

Only top 10 in doubles are automatically in. All other entries are sort of a compromise and ranking combinations (singles or doubles).

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dareza    631

It will be very close for Lajovic. He can be 56.,but also he an finish as 57. :facepalm:

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nenad    63

Isner is saying he is also skipping olympics. He says no ranking points is a big reason.

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Olympics always been second to the grand slams but this is getting ridiculous.  Its the olympics!!   Its not like soccer where younger teams play.  Wouldnt surprise me if tennis will be attempted to be taken off the schedule for tokyo or 2024

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JoshMartini007    165
1 hour ago, Maxim Fastovsky said:

Olympics always been second to the grand slams but this is getting ridiculous.  Its the olympics!!   Its not like soccer where younger teams play.  Wouldnt surprise me if tennis will be attempted to be taken off the schedule for tokyo or 2024

 

Don't worry guys like Isner are exceptions.

 

I do hope they relax the Davis/Fed cup requirements, that's what's hurting the field.

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De_Gambassi    271

Mladenovic is saying she will play with Herbert in the mixed double at Rio.

 

I have no idea how she is certain that there will be a french mixed double at Rio :mumble:

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heywoodu    3,209

Trouble in the Netherlands. Our only serious world-class player, Jean-Julien Rojer,won't go to the Olympics if our NOC doesn't allow him to take part in the opening ceremony. So far they still haven't told him he can be in the ceremony. "He's really clear about this, but if he or the NOC don't change their mind, it's also over for me", is what Robin Haase said (no way he'll go in singles, so it's his only chance). "Eight years ago I missed the Olympics and in London it was a shithole in terms of organization for the players, so I'm really hoping for Rio...not saying it's my last chance though."

 

 

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Wanderer    643

With Michael Venus' loss in 1st round of Roland Garros, chances for a Kiwi men's doubles team for Rio are very very low, and it is very unlikely any pairing among Venus, Daniell and Sitak will be able to make it.

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dareza    631

Russian women's team for singles: Kuznetsova, Pavlyuchenkova, Kasatkina and Sharapova* (Makarova).

 

No way Sharapova. Makarova for sure will be in Rio.

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dareza    631

Thanks Nick. So, Lajovic now has quota :)

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