Re: Ana's 2009 Schedule
I was taking a look at the WTA Rules book, and in the top 10 players commitment part it does say that they must play 2 700k tournaments (Paris, Stuttgart, Los Angeles, Stanford). Ana is only scheduled to play Los Angeles. I couldn't really understand what happens if they fail to play in one of those 2 mandatory tournaments, but there was something about a 0 point in the rankings. I'm not sure if this is only for late withdrawals though.
I don't really get this part of Ana's schedule. Playing Stuttgart, Rome and Madrid back to back could be very tough physically.. but if she had to play that or Paris, then she had to, right? I wonder what's the reason that the schedule is not following that WTA rule..
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Last edited by gaviotabr; Feb 3rd, 2009 at 04:11 PM.