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On the ATP World Tour this week, an event in Los Angeles, California in the United States from the 23rd of July to the 29th that is called the Farmer's Classic. This is a hard court event with a pruse that totals $557,550 with a singles draw of 28 and a doubles draw of 16. This event will be followed by the 2012 London Olympics, which are scheduled to start on the 28th of July, and those events will be played on grass courts with a singles draw of 64 and a doubles draw of 32. After that, the Citi Open happens in Washington, D.C.

 

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The Farmer's Classic is actually the longest running pro sports event that is held in Los Angeles, and the total money that is awarded to players in this event is more than one million dollars. The top seed for this tournament is going to be Paire Benoit, with Mayer Leonardo as the second seed. Nicolas Mahut is the third seed and Matthew Ebden will take the spot of the fourth. Seed. Fifth is Sam Querrey followed by Xavier Malisse in sixth and Phau Bjorn in seventh. Brian Baker is the eighth seed in this tournament.

 

Posted: 26th July 2011

 

This week in Los Angeles, California in the United States, the ATP World Tour holds the Farmer's Classic, a hard court tournament that has a singles draw of 28 and a doubles draw of 16 and features a purse of $619,500 and will be held from July 25th through the 31st. Previously on the calendar, the ATP World Tour saw Mardy Fish win the singles title at the Atlanta Tennis Championships while Matthew Ebden and Alex Bogomolov Jr. won the doubles title. Coming up next on the tour, the ATP Studena Croatia Open, which starts on the 25th as well.

 

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The top seed for the Farmer's Classic in Los Angeles is Mardy Fish, and then Juan Martin Del Potro takes the spot of the second seed. Marcos Baghdatis is the third seed. Our fourth seed for the Farmer's Classic is Thomaz Bellucci and Fernando Gonzales is the fifth. The other three top eight seeds are James Blake, Ernests Gulbis and Tommy Haas. You can watch the Farmer's Classic live in high quality video streams right from your computer or mobile device. Just click on the banners to get started today, and be watching live tennis online.

 

Posted: 26th July 2010

 

The Farmer's Classic is another tournament taking place on the ATP World Tour calendar this week, and held in Los Angeles, California. This tournament is July 26th through August 1st and it features a prize of $ 619,500 and will be held on hard courts with a singles draw of twenty eight and a doubles draw of sixteen. Click on the links on this page if you want to watch this ATP 250 tournament live from your computer in high quality video. Simply get set up with your membership and you'll get access all year long.

 

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The Farmer's Classic, believe it or not, is the oldest annual professional sporting event in LA, with prize money in total equaling more than a million dollars. The top seed for this tournament is Novak Djokovic, who is right now number three in the world, but will be playing for the very first time at the Farmer's Classic. Sam Querrey is the second seed, and he will be the defending champion as well, having won the tournament last year. Querrey is actually from California, and has three titles on three different surfaces this year so far.

 

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Radek Stepanek is the third seed, and last time he was here he won the tournament, in 2007, which was his first and only time playing. The fourth seed is Marcos Baghdatis with Ernests Gulbis as the fifth seed. Feliciano Lopez is the sixth seed and Mardy Fish is seventh. Our eighth seed for this Los Angeles, California tournament is James Blake. Get your membership now to watch tennis all year long in high quality video from your computer. You'll get access to the tournament via streaming video over the internet.

 


Tags: ATP World Tour, Los Angeles, Paire Benoit, Mayer Leonardo, Xavier Malisse, Mardy Fish, Juan Martin Del Potro, live tennis, Novak Djokovic, Sam Querrey
Posted: 22nd July 2012


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