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FEBRUARY 2013

DATEEVENTNOTESWINNERRESULTS
9THFED CUP QUARTERFINAL – AUS AT CZE
CEZ ARENA, OSTRAVA, CZECH REPUBLIC
INDOOR,
ASPHALT
 >> RESULTS
9THFED CUP QUARTERFINAL – USA AT ITA
105 STADIUM, RIMINI, ITALY
INDOOR,
CLAY
 >> RESULTS
9THFED CUP QUARTERFINAL – JPN AT RUS
OLYMPIC STADIUM, MOSCOW, RUSSIA
INDOOR,
ASPHALT
 >> RESULTS
9THFED CUP QUARTERFINAL – SVK AT SRB
HALA “CAIR”, NIS, SERBIA
INDOOR,
ASPHALT
 >> RESULTS
11THQATAR TOTAL OPEN
DOHA, QATAR
OUTDOOR,
ASPHALT
  
17THU.S. NATIONAL INDOOR TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS
THE RACQUET CLUB OF MEMPHIS, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
INDOOR,
ASPHALT
  
18THDUBAI DUTY FREE CHAMPIONSHIPS
DUBAI TENNIS STADIUM, DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
OUTDOOR,
ASPHALT
  
18THXXI COPA BBVA COLSANITAS
CENTRO DE ALTO RENDIMIENTO, BOGOTA, COLOMBIA
OUTDOOR,
CLAY
  
24THWTA BRASIL TENNIS INTERNATIONAL
FLORIANOPOLIS, BRAZIL
OUTDOOR,
ASPHALT
  
25THABIERTO MEXICANO TELCEL
ACAPULCO…

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ATP SCHEDULE FEBRUARY 2013

Davis Cup First Round

Davis Cup by BNP Paribas Logo

01.02.2013            Davis Cup First Round          Davis Cup

2013 World Group First Round Canada vs. Spain – Thunderbird Sports Centre, Vancouver, Canada;

Italy vs. Croatia – Palavela, Turin, Italy;

Belgium vs. Serbia – Spiroudome de Charleroi, Charleroi, Belgium;

United States of America vs. Brazil – Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, Jacksonville, USA;

France vs. Israel – Kindarena, Rouen, France;

Argentina vs. Germany – Parque Roca, Buenos Aires, Argentina;

Kazakhstan vs. Austria – National Tennis Centre, Astana, Kazakhstan;

Switzerland vs. Czech Republic – Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland

Montpellier 

Montpellier 2013

04.02.2013          Open Sud de France Montpellier, France Indoor Hard

  • Name: Open Sud de France
  • Category: ATP World Tour 250
  • Place: Montpellier, France
  • Date: 04.02.2013-10.02.2013
  • Draw Size: S-28 D-16
  • Surface: Indoor Hard
  • Prize Money: € 410,200
Montpellier Prospers In European February Indoor Season Montpellier,
one of the fastest-growing cities in France over the past 25 years, hosted its…

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Open GDF SUEZ

PARIS, France – Mona Barthel‘s victory at the Open GDF SUEZ not only represented her first Premier title, it may have also signalled something big to come – the 16 players who had won the tournament before her had all been ranked No.7 or higher at one point in their careers, and most of them had gone as high as Top 3. So what are the German’s thoughts on the run? Here she is in her own words…

On playing Errani in the final…
“I was up a set and 5-2, but I got a little bit of nerves – I knew she’s a real fighter, and it was my first final at such a big tournament. She made it hard for me. I just tried to take it step by step and point by point, and just kept playing my game. I knew she had to win the set…

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