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Xian
Jul 3rd, 2007, 03:47 PM
10,000$ Prokuplje II, Serbia

PROAL OPEN 2007

Surface: Clay


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"Toplicanin" Tennis Club was established in 1985 year. At that moment there were no tennis courts in Prokuplje, therefore the whole Tennis Club Menagment activity was focused on finding appropriate location wich was founded by the Toplica river near town's swimming pool. In following years two tennis courts (clay courts) were built, so on the 28th of July 1988 tennis started to play.
As the interest for plaing tennis started to groow, two more tennis courts were built in 1992. The same Year Open Serbia tournament for category up to 12 yearswas held. Apart from tennis school, men's Senior Team was formed and started to compete in Serbian League. In 1997 this Team become a member of II Serbian League and gained it's biggest success in 2005, when competed in I Serbian League. In 2006 Senior team, gained it's place in I serbian League, and in 2007 will try to repeat the success.
At the top of all Tennis Club successes is building a covered tennis court, wich started on the 21st of October 2007, and finished and opened on the 25th of December 2005. This tennis hall is joint investment of: "Euro-Commerce" Company, "Proal" Company and Municipality of Prokuplje.
"Toplicanin" Tennis Club was active since the beginning in organising tournaments - mostly for young categories. More than hundred tournaments were held in the past throught Tennis Association of Serbia. Last Year two important and big tournaments were successfully held. First one was Serbia and Montenegro Championship - category up to 16 Years held from 12th to 16th of June. Also, from 3rd to the 9th of July 2006 Woman's Circuit Tournament, 10 000$ price money was successfully organized. The winner was Marija Penkova from Bulgaria.
In 2007 "Toplicanin" Tennis Club will organize Tennis Europe Junior Tour 12 & Under at the 14th of May. Also for the second time Woman's Circuit Tournament from 9th - 16th of July.

Homepage: http://www.tktoplicanin.org.yu/index_en.html


2007 ENTRY LIST

1 Neda KOZIC SRB
2 Varvara GALANINA RUS
3 Vanesa FURLANETTO ARG
4 Augusta TSYBYCHEVA RUS
5 Tadeja MAJERIC SLO
6 Ekatarina DRANETS RUS
7 Davinia LOBBINGER BEK
8 Natasa ZORIC SRB
9 Mailen AUROUX ARG
10 Indire AKIKI CRO
11 Diana NAKIC SLO
12 Barbora BOZKOVA CZE
13 Sladana STANKOVIC SRB
14 Petra PAJALIC SLO
15 Katariina TUOHIMAA FIN
16 Petra SUNIC CRO
17 Valeria CASILLO ITA
18 Sofia KVATSABAIA GEO
19 Nives PAVLOVIC SRB WC MAIN
20 Raphaela ZOTTER AUT WC MAIN

Quali

1 Nadezhda SAMOYLO RUS
2 Veronika KOLAROVA CZE
3 Beatris SIMION ROM
4 Dalia ZAFIROVA BUL
5 Svenja WEIDEMANN GER
6 Jaklin ALAWI BUL
7 Visnja VULETIC SRB
8 Katarina MILINKOVIC SRB
9 Huliya VELIEVA BUL
10 Kika HOGENDOORN NED
11 Lyutfya VELIEVA BUL
12 Klaudia BOCZOVA SVK
13 Ana MIGUEL IVERN ESP
14 Andjela NEMCEVIC SRB
15 Milica TOMIC SUI
16 Mirna CICAK CRO
17 Jovana MILETIC SRB
18 Stefana LAKICEVIC MNE
19 Vanja TOMIC BIH
20 Lenka DANIELOVA CZE
21 Ljubica AVRAMOVIC SRB
22 Milica MILOSAVLJEVIC SRB
23 Maria STEPANOVA RUS
24 Osagogie IGHIEON NGR
25 Ema POLIC SRB
26 Laura SADRIA GER
27 Iveta GUNEVA BUL
28 Aleksandra DJOKIC SRN
29 Dominika ZAPRAZNA SVK
30 Cynthia TORNIL MARCLAY ESP
31 Mia DROBNJAK CRO
32 Marija SRBINOSKA AUS
33 Katarina MARKOVIC SRB
34 Maria TONCHEVA BUL
35 Daniela VUKADINOVIC SRB
36 Zorana ANASTASIJEVIC SRB
37 Selma SALKOVIC CRO
38 Aleksandra MARKOVIC SRB
39 Andrea STRASAKOVA CZE
40 Andjela KANKARAS MNE
41 Julija LUKAC SRB WCQ
42 Milica ZIVANOVIC CAN WCQ

Xian
Jul 3rd, 2007, 03:58 PM
10,000$ Bucharest, Romania

Trofeul Ilie Nastase

TC Herastrau

Surface: Clay


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Bucharest (Romanian (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanian_language): Bucureşti /bu.kuˈreʃtʲ/ (http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/7/78/Ro-Bucure%C5%9Fti.ogg) (help (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Media_help)·info (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Ro-Bucure%C5%9Fti.ogg))) is the capital city (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital_city) and industrial and commercial centre of Romania (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romania). It is located in the southeast of the country, at 44°25′N, 26°06′E (http://tools.wikimedia.de/~magnus/geo/geohack.php?params=44_25_N_26_06_E_), and lies on the banks of the Dâmboviţa River (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D%C3%A2mbovi%C5%A3a_River).
By European standards, Bucharest is not an old city, its existence first being referred to by scholars as late as 1459.[2] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bucharest#_note-0) Since then it has gone through a variety of changes, becoming the state capital of Romania in 1862 and steadily consolidating its position as the centre of the Romanian mass media, culture and arts. Its eclectic architecture is a mix of historical, interbellum, Communist-era and modern. In the period between the two World Wars, the city's elegant architecture and the sophistication of its elite earned Bucharest the nickname of the "Paris of the East" or "Little Paris" (Micul Paris).[3] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bucharest#_note-1) Although many buildings and districts in the historic centre were damaged or destroyed by war, earthquakes and Nicolae Ceauşescu (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicolae_Ceau%C5%9Fescu)'s program of systematization (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Systematization_%28Romania%29), much survived. In recent years, the city has been experiencing an economic and cultural boom.[4] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bucharest#_note-2)
According to mid-2005 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2005) official estimates, Bucharest proper has a population of 1,924,959.[1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bucharest#_note-bucharest_pop_estimates) The urban area (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urban_area) extends beyond the limits of Bucharest proper and has a population of 2.1 million people.[5] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bucharest#_note-bucharest_pop_urban_metro) Adding the satellite towns around the urban area, the metropolitan area (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metropolitan_area) of Bucharest has a population of 2.6 million people.[5] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bucharest#_note-bucharest_pop_urban_metro). Bucharest is the 6th largest capital city in the European Union (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union).
Economically, the city is by far the most prosperous in Romania[6] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bucharest#_note-3) and is one of the main industrial centres and transportation hubs of Eastern Europe (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eastern_Europe). As the most important city in Romania, Bucharest also has a broad range of educational facilities.
The city proper is administratively known as the Municipality of Bucharest (Municipiul Bucureşti), and has the same administrative level as a county (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Counties_of_Romania), being further subdivided into six sectors (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sectors_of_Bucharest)
Previous Winners:
1998: Anamaria Földenyi HUN d. Bahia Mouhtassine MAR 64 64
1999: Ioana Gaspar ROM d. Raluca Ciochina ROM 06 63 63
1999: Alienor Tricerri SUI d. Sylwia Rynarzewska POL 63 60
1999: Libuse Prusova CZE d. Zsofia Gubacsi HUN 61 61
2000: Edina Gallovits ROM d. Raluca Ciochina ROM 63 63
2000: Raluca Ciochina ROM d. Adriana Burz ROM 62 57 64
2001: Antonela Voina GER d. Liana Balaci ROM 63 75
2001: Antonela Voina GER d. Jana Macurova CZE 36 62 62
2002: Monica Niculescu ROM d. Tsvetana Pironkova BUL 61 76
2002: Delia Sescioreanu ROM d. Olena Anytpina UKR 61 64
2003: Antonela Voina GER d. Madalina Gojnea ROM 75 62
2003: Antonela Voina GER d. Elena Vesnina RUS 64 76
2004: Monica Niculescu ROM d. Simona Matei ROM 62 62
2004: Petra Novotnikova CZE d. Gabriela Niculescu ROM 75 76
2005: Alexandra Dulgheru ROM d. Liana Balaci ROM 62 62
2005: Corina Corduneanu ROM d. Mihaela Moldovan ROM 62 60
2005: Ekatarina Ivanova RUS d. Corina Corduneanu ROM 46 63 75
2005: Raluca-Ioana Olaru ROM d. Anna Bastrikova RUS 63 63
2005: Raluca-Ioana Olaru ROM d. Madalina Gojnea ROM 76 76
2005: Simona Matei ROM d. Diana Enache ROM 63 60
2005: Corina Corduneanu ROM d. Maria Penkova BUL 62 63
2006: Sorana Cirstea ROM d. Simona Matei ROM 62 26 75
2006: Alexandra Sere ROM d. Nadejda Vassileva BUL 64 75
2006: Vojislava Lukic SCG d. Elisa Peth GER 60 61
2006: Diana Enache ROM d. Neda Kozic SRB 63 26 64
2006: Alexandra Cadantu ROM d. Irina-Camelia Begu ROM 63 16 63
2007: Simona HALEP ROM d. Cristina-Andreea MITU ROM 76 60
2007: Simona HALEP ROM d. Patricia MAYR AUT 63 36 62
2007: Maria IRIGOYEN ARG d. Katarina AVDIYENKO UKR 46 64 61

Homepage: www.frt.ro (http://www.frt.ro)

2007 ENTRY LIST

1 Maria IRIGOYEN ARG
2 Diana ENACHE ROM
3 Cristina CELANI ITA
4 Alexandra CADANTU ROM
5 Laura-Ioana ANDREI ROM
6 Cristina-Andreea MITU ROM
7 Marlot MEDDENS NED
8 Antonia-Xenia TOUT ROM
9 Stamatia FAFALIOU GRE
10 Melisa CABRERA HANDT ESP
11 Diana-Andreea GAE ROM
12 Constance SIBILLE FRA
13 Carolina GAGO FUENTES ESP
14 Nicole ROTTMANN AUT
15 Alexandra POPA ROM
16 Raluca CIULEI ROM
17 Ionela-Andreea IOVA ROM
18 Christine SPERLING GER

Quali
1 Chayenne EWIJK NED
2 Oana-Alexandra STANICA ROM
3 Julia MATOJAN EST
4 Gabriela NICULESCU ROM
5 Charlotte RODIER FRA
6 Bianca-Ioana BONIFATE ROM
7 Eylül BENLI TUR
8 Alice TISSET FRA
9 Mihaela-Florina BUNEA ROM
10 Alice-Andrada RADU ROM
11 Iuliia KIRIIENKO UKR
12 Ioana GASPAR ROM
13 Camelia-Elena HRISTEA ROM
14 Adeline GONCALVES FRA
15 Kateryna BYELCHEVA UKR
16 Olga SARLI GRE
17 Ioana-Alexandra OPREA ROM
18 Vicoria-Corina MIREA ROM
19 Nicoleta-Mihaela NEGRU ROM
20 Andrea REBROVA SVK
21 Dredi-Inia GHINDA ROM
22 Montserrat DE CASTRO SWE
23 Tamara DOBROVOLNA SVK
24 Sanda OMEROVIC AUS
25 Abigail ROYSTON GBR
26 Diana-Madalina ZAINEA ROM
27 Magdalena ÖSTERLE AUT
28 Paula HORS COMADIRA ESP
20 Petra KREJSOVA CZE
30 Arwar SALAM NED
31 Anna VELICA SWE
32 Alexandra ION ROM
33 Isabella REIBMAYR AUT
34 Andra STANCULESCU ROM
35 Ramona SARBA ROM

Xian
Jul 3rd, 2007, 04:13 PM
10,000$ Brussels, Belgium

Iris Ladies Open

Surface: Clay

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Brussels (French (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_language): Bruxelles, pronounced (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Phonetic_Alphabet) , and sometimes [bʁyksɛl] by non-Belgian speakers of French; Dutch (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_language): Brussel, pronounced (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Phonetic_Alphabet) [ˈbrɵsəɫ]; German (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_language): Brüssel, pronounced (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Phonetic_Alphabet) [brʏsəl]) is the capital (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital) of Belgium (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belgium), of Flanders (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flanders) (consisting of both the Flemish Community (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flemish_Community) and the Flemish Region (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flemish_Region)) and of the French Community of Belgium (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_Community_of_Belgium), and it is the headquarters of most of the European Union (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union)'s institutions. Brussels is the capital city, in the centre of Belgium, and also the largest municipality of the Brussels-Capital Region (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brussels-Capital_Region). This municipality inside Brussels is correctly named The City of Brussels (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_City_of_Brussels) (French: Bruxelles-Ville or Ville de Bruxelles, Dutch: Stad Brussel), which is one of 19 municipalities (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Municipality) that make up the Brussels-Capital Region (see also: Municipalities of the Brussels-Capital Region (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Municipalities_of_the_Brussels-Capital_Region)), with a total population of 1,024,492 inhabitants (1 January (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/January_1) 2006 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006)). The municipality has a population of about 140,000. The Metropolitan area has about 2,090,000 inhabitants. [1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brussels#_note-0)
Brussels is also the political seat of NATO (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NATO), the Western European Union (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_European_Union) (WEU) and EUROCONTROL (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EUROCONTROL), the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation (see: Political centre (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brussels#Political_centre), below).
The name Brussels comes from the old Dutch Bruocsella, Brucsella or Broekzele, which means "marsh (bruoc, bruc or broek) home (sella or zele)" or "home consisting of one room, in the marsh". "Broekzele" was spelt "Bruxelles" in French. In Belgian French (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belgian_French) pronunciation (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pronunciation) as well as in Dutch, the "k" eventually disappeared and "z" became "s", as reflected in the current Dutch spelling (French: /bʀy.ˈsel/; Dutch: /ˈbry.s(ɘ)l/ or /ˈbrɘ.s(ɘ)l/). The names of all other municipalities in the Brussels-Capital Region are also of Dutch origin, except for Evere (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evere), which is of Celtic (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celtic_languages) origin.

Homepage: http://www.charlesquint-tennis.be/WTA%2010000$.htm

[B]Previous Winners:
1998: Kim CLIJSTERS BEL d. Denisa SOBOTKOVA CZE 75 61
1999: Gabriela NAVRATILOVA CZE d. Eszter MOLNAR HUN 75 60
2000: Anouska VAN EXEL NED d. Magdalena ZDENOVCOVA CZE 64 60
2001: Camilla KREMER GER d. Evgenia LINETSKAYA RUS 61 61
2003: Leslie BUTKIEWICZ BEL d. Debbrich FEYS BEL 46 64 61
2004: Michaella KRAJICEK NED d. Elisa VILLA ITA 63 60
2005: Leslie BUTKIEWICZ BEL d. Claire DE GUBERNATIS FRA 57 61 64
2006: Renee REINHARD NED d. Marlot MEDDENS NED 26 64 76


2007 ENTRY LIST

1 Tanja OSTERTAG GER
2 Stephanie VONGSOUTHI FRA
3 Emilie BACQUET FRA
4 Claire DE GUBERNATIS FRA
5 Katerina POLUNINA UKR
6 Lisa TOGNETTI ITA
7 Giorgia MORTELLO ITA
8 Eva-Maria HOCH AUT
9 Veronica SPIEGEL ARG
10 Laura HABERKORN GER
11 Noemie SCHARLE FRA
12 Berta MORATA FLAQUER ESP
13 Sherazad BEN AMAR FRA
14 Hanne JENSEN DEN
15 Martina BALOGOVA SVK
16 Marcella KOEK NED
17 Selma ANDRADE NED
18 Franziska ETZEL GER

Quali
1 Sylvia MONTERO FRA
2 Soetkin VAN DEUN BEL
3 Sandra SOLER SOLA ESP
4 Sabina MEDIANO ALVAREZ ESP
5 Timna TICIC CRO
6 Charlotte BOSSY BEL
7 Mireia GONZALEZ BOSCH ESP
8 Sheila SOLSONA CARCASONA ESP
9 Marion GAUD FRA
10 Karolina PLISKOVA CZE
11 Natalie PIQUION FRA
12 Anne-Valerie EVAIN FRA
13 Idunn HERTZBERG NOR
14 Alice BELLICHA FRA
15 Maria-Eugenia ROCA RECAREY URU
16 Claire LABLANS NED
17 Nelly CIOLKOWSKI FRA
18 Kinnie LAISNE FRA
19 Kristyna PLISKOVA CZE
20 Nathalie MOHN FRA
21 Cindy CHALA FRA
22 Eva DE BLOCK BEL
23 Ximena HERMOSO MEX
24 Goele LEMMENS BEL
25 Helene AUENSEN NOR
26 Victoria VALLS COMAMALA ESP
27 Maja KAMBIC SLO
28 Farah ABOU GEIB ESP
29 Sophie CORNEROTTE BEL
30 Elizabeth DOLAN USA
31 Sabrina ALLAUT GER
32 Jana JANDOVA CZE
33 Marina MELNIKOVA RUS
34 Arantxa RUS NED
35 Debora CASTANY MUNIENTE ESP
36 Katharina JACOB GER
37 Barbora BACHMANOVA CZE
38 Juliette COUPEZ FRA
30 Kristyna KUCIANOVA SVK
40 Ineke MERGAERT BEL

Xian
Jul 4th, 2007, 05:23 PM
10,000$ Bogotá , Colombia

Copa Seguros Bolivar

Surface: Clay

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Bogotá—officially named Bogotá, D.C. (D.C. for "Distrito Capital (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bogot%C3%A1%2C_Capital_District)", which means "Capital District"), also called Santa Fe de Bogotá, and nicknamed "Athens (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Athens) of Latin America (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_America)(also known as the most beatiful city in latino america)" —is the capital (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital) of Colombia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colombia), as well as the largest and by far the most populous city in the country with 6,776,009 inhabitants (2005 census). Bogotá and its metropolitan area, which includes municipalities such as Chía (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%ADa), Cota (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cota), Soacha (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soacha), Cajicá (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cajic%C3%A1) and La Calera (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Calera), had an estimated population of 7,881,156 [1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bogot%C3%A1#_note-0) according to the 2005 census.
Originally called Bacatá by the Muiscas (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muiscas), it was the center of their civilization before the Spanish explorers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conquistadores) colonized the area, and it sustained a large population. The European settlement was founded in August 6 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/August_6), 1538 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1538), by Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gonzalo_Jim%C3%A9nez_de_Quesada) and was named "Santa Fé de Bacatá" after his birthplace Santa Fé and the local name. "Bacatá" had become the modern "Bogotá" by the time it was made the capital of the New Kingdom of Granada (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Kingdom_of_Granada), which was then part of the Viceroyalty of Peru (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viceroyalty_of_Peru), and later of the Viceroyalty of New Granada (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viceroyalty_of_New_Granada). The city soon became one of the centers of Spanish colonial power and civilization in South America.

Previous Winners:
1998: Fabiola ZULUAGA COL d. Adriana SERRA ZANETTI ITA 63 62
2004: Estefania BALDA ALVAREZ ECU d. Maria-Belen CORBALAN ARG 61 64
2005: Carla TIENE BRA d. Andrea KOCH BENVENUTO CHI 64 60
2006: Viky NUNEZ FUENTES COL d. Flavia MIGNOLA ARG 61 76
2006: Jesica ORSELLI ARG d. Mariana DUQUE MARINO COL 75 63


2007 ENTRY LIST

1 Viky NUNEZ FUENTES COL
2 Mariana MUCI TORRES VEN
3 Nataly YOO USA
4 Paula-Catalina ROBLES GARCIA COL
5 Fabiana MAK BRA
6 Gabriela MEJIA TENORIO COL
7 Ingrid-Esperanza VARGAS CALVO PER
8 Maria-Fernanda ALVAREZ TERAN BOL
9 Lara RAFFUL BRA
10 Renata DIAS BRA
11 Josymar ESCALONA VEN
12 Claudia RAZZETO PER
13 Rocio GALAN COL
14 Lais SOUZA BRA
15 Alexandra MORENO KASTE USA
16 Verena PICCOLO BRA
17 Karen-Johanna RAMIREZ RIVERA COL
18 Yasmine GUIMARAES BRA
19 Francisca SALAS CHI
20 Melissa BOLIVAR COL
21 Alessandra PENNESI VEN
22 Katherine LAPORTA USA
23 Nicole MONTEIRO NED

Xian
Jul 4th, 2007, 05:36 PM
10,000$ Imola Tozzona, Italy

Memorial Giuliana Ondelli

Surface: Carpet

http://www.bacchilegaeditore.it/public/parser_image/save/9e095864e5ef736a0d54b3f0b1dc88f6.jpg

Imola is a town, comune (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comune) in the province of Bologna (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Province_of_Bologna), located on the Santerno (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santerno) river, in the Emilia-Romagna (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emilia-Romagna) region of north-central Italy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italy)
Presently it is most noted as the home of the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autodromo_Enzo_e_Dino_Ferrari) and the Formula One (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formula_One) San Marino Grand Prix (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Marino_Grand_Prix). The race, named for the nearby independent republic of San Marino (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Marino), which is too small to host a grand prix, is generally referred to by the name "Imola".
The city was anciently called Forum Cornelii, after the Roman dictator (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_dictator) L. Cornelius Sulla (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L._Cornelius_Sulla), who founded it about 82 BCE. The town was an agricultural and trade center, famous for its ceramics (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ceramics_%28art%29).
The name Imola was first used in the seventh century by the Lombards (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lombards), who applied it to the fortress (the present Castellaccio, the construction of which is attributed to the Lombard Clefi), whence the name passed to the city itself. According to Paul the Deacon (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_the_Deacon), Imola was in 412 the scene of the marriage of Ataulf (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ataulf), King of the Visigoths (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visigoths), to Galla Placidia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galla_Placidia), daughter of Emperor Theodosius the Great (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodosius_the_Great). In the Gothic War (535–552) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gothic_War_%28535%E2%80%93552%29), and after the Lombards (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lombards) invasion, it was held alternately by the Byzantines and barbarians.

Homepage: www.tozzonatennispark.it (http://www.tozzonatennispark.it)

Previous Winners:
2006: Regina KULIKOVA RUS d. Anais LAURENDON FRA 64 62

2007 ENTRY LIST

1 Nudnida LUANGNAM THA
2 Lisa SABINO ITA
3 Valentina SULIPIZIO ITA
4 Nadege VERGOS FRA
5 Giulia GATTO MONTICONE ITA
6 Anna Giulia REMONDINA ITA
7 Federica DI SARRA ITA
8 Alice BALDUCCI ITA
9 Melisa MIRANDA OTAROLA CHI
10 Sandra VOLK SLO
11 Nicole CLERICO ITA
12 Evelyn MAYR ITA
13 Alexia VIRGILI ITA
14 Oana-Elena GOLIMBIOSCHI ROM
15 Emilia YORIO ARG
16 Catalina ARANCIBIA CHI
17 Agnese ZUCCHINI ITA
18 Karen-Emilia CASTIBLANCO DUARTE COL

Quali
1 Martina CACIOTTI ITA
2 Benedetta DAVATO ITA
3 Diana BRUNEL FRA
4 Anja POGLAJEN SLO
5 Paulina JORQUERA CHI
6 Susanna MUSSI ITA
7 Monia PEDERZOLI ITA
8 Gabriela ROUX CHI
9 Maria-Luiza CRACIUN ROM
10 Alessandra FERRAZZI ITA
11 Franziska KLOTZ AUT
12 Martina DI GIUSEPPE ITA
13 Federica D´AMBROSIO ITA
14 Denise KIRBIJKIAN ARG
15 Mika URBANCIC SLO
16 Linda AGAZZI ITA
17 Nancy RUSTIGNOLI ITA
18 Cristina GRECO NACCARATO ITA
19 Alessia BERTOIA ITA
20 Alessandra DI BATTE ITA
21 Federica GRAZIOSO ITA
22 Claudia GIOVINE ITA
23 Sonia IACOVACCI ITA
24 Veronika SIGUTOVA CZE
25 Kim STIERLI SUI

Alternates
1 Federica SÜSS GER
2 Denise MASCHERINI ITA
3 Albina KHABIBULINA UZB
4 Paola CIGUI ITA
5 Federica DENTI ITA
6 Giorgia SAMPIETRO ITA
7 Carolin KOTTUTZ GFER
8 Anna AGAMENNONE ITA
9 Martina SANTONI ITA
10 Giulia GARDANI ITA

Xian
Jul 4th, 2007, 05:48 PM
10,000$ Khon Kaen, Thailand

SAT Women´s Circuit I

Surface: Hard


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Located at the heart of the Northeastern Thailand (Isan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isan)), Khon Kaen is one of the major cities under the National Economic and Social Plan of the country along with Chiang Mai (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chiang_Mai), Songkhla (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Songkhla), Nakhon Ratchasima (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nakhon_Ratchasima) and Chonburi (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chonburi_%28city%29). The city itself, with the official census population of 140,000 as at 2006, regionally centers development in terms of education, financial institutions, government offices and transportation. The city is also unofficially dubbed the capital city of Isan and is an important centre for the region's silk trade.
The geographical location is 16°26′N, 102°50′E (http://tools.wikimedia.de/~magnus/geo/geohack.php?params=16_26_N_102_50_E_). It is also the capital of the province (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provinces_of_Thailand) Khon Kaen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khon_Kaen_province) and the Khon Kaen district (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amphoe_Mueang_Khon_Kaen). It is the home of Rajamangala University (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rajamangala_University&action=edit) and Khon Kaen University (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khon_Kaen_University).
Strategically important for the Isan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isan) region's infrastructure, Khon Kaen's airport was raised to international standards in 2005 with the opening of a new terminal. At peak times of the year there may be as many as 20 scheduled flights per day at Khon Kaen, making it one of the country's busiest domestic airports. As of 2006, two budget airlines and the national carrier operate scheduled daily morning, midday and evening flights and the aircraft, some of them wide-bodied jets, are full. Direct international services are expected to start in 2007.
The city is bisected by the Mithraphap Highway, the road linking Bangkok with the Northeast and Laos. A modern, multi-lane by-pass enables through traffic to avoid the city centre to the west and connects to the airport and to the main roads to Kalasin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalasin) and Mahasarakham (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahasarakham) in the east and Udon Thani (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Udon_Thani) in the north.

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2007 ENTRY LIST

1 Napaporn TONGSALEE THA
2 Lei HUANG CHN
3 Ankita BHAMBRI IND
4 Isha LAKHANI IND
5 Sanaa BHAMBRI IND
6 Wing-Yau Venise CHAN HKG
7 Vlada EKSHIBAROVA UZB
8 Jia-Xiang LU CHN
9 Nungnadda WANNASUK THA
10 Noppawan LERTCHEWAKARN THA
11 Eriko MIZUNO JAP
12 So-Jung KIM KOR
13 Haruka FUJISHIRO JAP
14 a-Jung HONG KOR
15 Luftiana Aris BUDIHARTO INA
16 Si-Si QIU CHN
17 Angelina GABUEVA RUS
18 Vivien SILVANY TONY INA

Quali
1 Varanya VIJUKSANABOON THA
2 Parija MALOO IND
3 Cho-Won LEE KOR
4 Etsuko KITAZAKI JAP
5 Jessy ROMPIES INA
6 Lucy WARBURTON GBR
7 Jia-Jing LU CHN
8 Varatchaya WONGTEANCHAI THA
9 Min-Hwa YOO KOR
10 Dilyara SAIDKHODJAEVA UZB
11 Nan DONG CHN
12 Joohyoung KIM KOR
13 Anna MOVSISYAN ARM
14 Shi-Tong SHAO CHN
15 Czarina-Mae AREVALO PHI
16 Ashmitha EASWARAMURTHI IND
17 Lisa MARSHALL RSA
18 Zi-Jung YANG HKG
19 Thassa VITAYAVIROJ THA
20 Chang XU CHN
21 Wei-Ping LEE SIN
22 Naoko ETO JAP
23 Daowadueng PHONKAN THA
24 Sasirin BOWORNCHOKCHAI THA
25 Hiromi OKAZAKI JAP

Alternates
1 Anna WISHINK AUS
2 Sasarin BOWORNCHOKCHAI THA
3 Thuy-Dung NGUYEN VIE
4 hye-Mi BYUN KOR
5 Tanja KOVACEVIC AUS
6 Abby HEDGES AUS
7 Denise DY PHI
8 Sophia MULSAP THA
9 Nicha LERTPITAKSINCHAI THA
10 Septi MENDE INA
11 Bhavani TIRUMURTI IND
12 Rui BAO CHN
13 Penporn CHANTAWANNOP THA
14 Mi-Rae HAM KOR
15 Yoo-Mi JUNG KOR

diego36arg
Jul 6th, 2007, 02:39 PM
Good luck Emilia Yorio