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Disaster averted

It's official, Dubai has approved Andy Ram's visa. Both the ATP and WTA told the UAE it would pull out of Dubai next year if his was denied, as was Shahar Peer's. Good news, no cancellation of Dubai tourney.
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Re: Disaster averted

Ram is uruguayan too

Dubai would buy a cheap problem with Uruguay
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Re: Disaster averted

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Ram is uruguayan too

Dubai would buy a cheap problem with Uruguay
But Andy Ram does not hold a Uraguayan passport and is an Israeli citizen.
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Ram is uruguayan too
Actually, Andy Ram does not have an Uraguayan passport and is an Israeli citizen

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But Andy Ram does not hold a Uraguayan passport and is an Israeli citizen.
He does
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