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Nordea Nordic Light Open to move to Sweden next year

Or at least that is what I could understood from this article http://www.tennis.se/t2.asp?p=47266&x=1&a=83559 but is tough to find a decent swedish translator
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I think Sweden is a better place anyway

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Yay, great news for Sweden, coz they ahev so much success for men, it is time the women get some attention

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Great!


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It say something about Stockholm so, I assumed it would held there Maybe merge with men's tournament for carpet?

Wait, Stockholm have clay courts in last month for Challenger tournament? Maybe there one.


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how about some place in Asia......
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Or at least that is what I could understood from this article http://www.tennis.se/t2.asp?p=47266&x=1&a=83559 but is tough to find a decent swedish translator
Correct. That was the essence of of the article.

Stockholm will host the tournament, and they are considering the Olympic Stadium from 1912 as a venue. Although I didn't know it had tennis facilities.
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it is sceduled to one week before the olympics, and will be played on clay,the place to held the tournament next year is not decided yet, other than it will be in Sweden. I will sugest Arvika, only of personal reasons of course. And in 2005 they will move the tournament 500Km further west and end up in my garden!
the Sponsor Nordea is a main sponsor of norwegian sport too, so why not

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