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What tournaments are you planning to attend in 2004?

I am sure all of us will be appreciated knowing what tournaments (any WTA, ITF or Juniors) you are planning to attend next year. Tell us your location (your city/state/country):

My Location: BC, Canada.

Tournaments 2004:
1-WTA Tier I: Indian Wells, CA (rated_next, interested in driving down with me? )
2-ITF 25K Vancouver
3- WTA Tier I: Montreal, QUE

Tournaments 2005:
US OPEN 2005 with my dear friend the cat Sharapova will be so good when she will be 18 years old so, that would be a perfect time for me to visit.

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my location ny
US OPEN for sure...
maybe new haven
im going to cinci for the men's event, but i also hear that they are thinking of adding a tier 3 wta event... ANYONE KNOW???
phili also sounds fun, but seeing as it'sd a tier 2, i would need monica to be playing.
may also go to toronto (th men are there this year, i believe)
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Pennsylvania, USA:

Indian Wells, CA, and after that, probably none until the Philadelphia Indoors at Villanova rolls around next Fall. I've given up on the U.S. Open, after going up for 7 years- it's just not a pleasant day. You get to see some great matches on the outside courts, but the Louis Armstrong seats are terrible, and I don't do the Arthur Ashe nosebleed any longer.

I'd like to go down to Key Biscayne for the first time, but it's too close to Indian Wells time-wise.

Would be nice to just travel the world and stop at every tournament for a full year, wouldn't it?

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Wimbledon, because it's the best damn tournament in the world
Queens, because this year it was pretty good
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im going to cinci for the men's event, but i also hear that they are thinking of adding a tier 3 wta event... ANYONE KNOW???
Yes, there will be a women's Tier III the week before the men's Masters.

I went to Cincy this year and they were advertising it all over the place

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Hamburg, Germany

On the women's side, probably one day German Open in Berlin. And that was it.

Men's: a few days of TMS Hamburg.
Hamburg challenger.
Bundesliga.
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Montreal, thats pretty much it

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Location: LA

Tournaments: Indian Wells, Acura, WTT, JP Morgan and the YEC if they're still here.

On the men's side I go to UCLA if it's not the same week as Acura like it was this year.
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I'll be attending the College Park $25K next door again

Obviously the US Open, and if it falls in my spring break again, the NASDAQ. And hopefully a few more, depending upon money and time

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WTA - Berlin, Strasbourg, ´s Hertogenbosch, Leipzig, Luxembourg, maybe Filderstadt

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im goin to the rogers ATT Cup next year

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alpha-- what is it about theseats u don't like? i understand not wanting to sit very hig above the action, but i've had bad seats, and i still loved it!!! best part is now, u can just move up to the loge box seats which are nice. also, if you have your usta membership card, you go to the usta membership booth called "upgrade your ticket." the ppl with good seats who leave the day early drop their ticket in there to be traded in. then ppl with any ticket can pay $5 to trade it in. lol... prolly shouldn't have made that public knowledge, but o well. i love u guys!

does anyone who has been to the us open b4 know if you can exit and reenter (with a ticket of course) from the presidential (or something to that effect) entrance by the practice courts. this is where all the players enter and exit. i once exited thereto see roger federer after all the matches had been played (about midnight) and afterwords, i was able to re enter usta center and go to the other exit for the subway. during the day, i just wondered if it was the same-- can u go in and out at that entrance?
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Location >> Alicante, Spain

tournaments planning to attend: none, because i don't have money
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Tournament : Antwerp, maybe 's Hertogenbosch and Luxembourg if i have my driving license And also some ITF in Belgium

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