Challenger San Marino Live
On the ATP Challenger Tour this week, an event in San Marino, San Marino that is called the San Marino CEPU Open, happening from the 6th of August to the 12th and played on red clay. This tournament is worth 85,000 Euros. This is one of five tournaments on the ATP Challenger Tour this week. There is another in Pozoblanco, Spain, and then a hard court tournament will be played in Aptos, California in the United States for $100,000. There will also be a clay court event worth 30,000 Euros in Sibiu, Romania this week.
The San Marino CEPU Open will feature Martin Klizan from Slovak Republic as the headliner of the tournament, followed by second seed Alejandro Gonzalez from Columbia. Matteo Viola from Italy will be the third seed for the San Marino event, followed by another native from Slovak Republic, Pavol Cervenak. Stafano Galvani from Italy will be the fifth seed, followed by Alessio di Mauro. The seventh seed for this tournament will be Croatia's Nikola Mektic and then Potito Starace will be the number eight seed in San Marino.
Posted: 8th August 2011
The San Marino CEPU Open is this week's ATP Challenger Tournament and it will happen in San Marino, San Marino. This is a clay court tournament worth eighty five thousand Euros and it will happen August 8th through the 14th and will join two other ATP Challenger Tournaments this week. One of those is a hard court tournament for $50,000 held in Binghamton, New York in the United States and the other is a clay court tournament that will be played for $35,000 in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. The San Marino CEPU Open has a main singles draw of 32.
The top seed playing in the ATP Challenger San Marino live this week is Potito Starace, who is from Italy and is ranked number 63rd in the world right now. The second seed for this event is Lukas Rosol who hails from Czech Republic and currently holds a 69th ranking in the world of tennis. The third and the fourth seeds for this tournament are Filippo Volandri and Pere Riba. Sign up for tennis online from anywhere in the world. All you have to do is click on the links and you'll be able to watch from all over the world.
Posted: 2nd August 2010
The ATP Challenger Tour heads to San Marino, San Marino for a Clay Court tournament that is scheduled August 2nd through the 8th and is worth a total of 85,000 Euros to these players, who are competing for higher ranking points and money and are set to be the tennis stars of tomorrow. This event is titled the San Marino ATP Challenger. You can watch this event by getting your membership at the links on this page, for high quality video access right from your computer. Click on the banners on this page to get started.
Potito Starace will be playing in this tournament for Italy, going up against a qualifier in the first round. Then, we have Diego Junqueira from Argentina and Thomas Schoorel from Netherlands. Also playing will be Jonathan Dasnieres de Viegy from France. Another from Argentina will face a qualifier, Carlos Berlocq and then we have Portugal's Frederico Gil. Get your membership at the links on this page if you want to watch the ATP Challenger Tour live. You'll get instant access to high quality video right from your computer.
Posted: 4th August 2009
The ATP Challenger tournament in San Marino known as the San Marino Cepu Open is August 3rd through the 9th and is played on clay courts for a prize purse of 85,000 Euros. The first match of the first day features Paolo Lorenzi and Martin Alund at Center Court, followed by Tomas Tenconi and Filippo Volandri. Evening matches at Center Court are Pablo Andujar and Potito Starace, and then Andreas Seppi and Gaston Gaudio after that. 32 names make up the roster for the singles draw, while sixteen pairs were created for the doubles.
This ATP Challenger tournament event is held every year at the Centro Tennis Cassa di Risparmio de Fonte dell'Ovo, which may hold the record for the longest name of a venue in professional tennis period. The stadium is located in City of San Marino, in the republic of San Marino which is the oldest sovereign state in the world, located right in the middle of Italy and populated with an estimated 30,000 citizens. This constitutional republic has the smallest population of all of the Council of Europe members, but has some great tennis played every year. The San Marino Cepu Open has been played there since 1988, but only as an ATP International Series event since 1998, becoming a challenger in 2002.
Over the past few years champions have come from many nations to win the singles and doubles competitions of San Marino, including some of those competing this year. In 2005, Juan Antonio Marin beat Sasa Tuksar for the final, and Albert Montanes did it the next year. Potito Starace, one of those competing at Center Court the first day this year, won in 2007 against Montanes and last year the singles champion was Filippo Volandri, another competitor this year, who beat 2007 champion Starace 5-7, 6-4, 6-1. The doubles champs for last year were Yves Alegro and Horia Tecau. Get your membership today to watch this tournament, and you'll get to watch this exciting ATP Challenger event live in the highest quality video available on the Internet. It all happens August 3rd through the 9th from San Marino.
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Posted: 6th August 2012
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