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May 26th, 2004 11:17 AM
humanity So this means that Mary Pierce is finally going to win not her first, but her first five grasscourt tournaments?

Thanks for the quick reply.
May 26th, 2004 11:04 AM
Vamos
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This tournament seems to have four different designations:

Ordina (the sponsor)

s'Hertogembosch

Rosmalen

Bois-le-Duc

Can someone please clarify?
- Ordina Open is named after the sponsor

- 's-Hertogenbosch is the nearest big city

- Rosmalen is the small town belonging to 's-Hertogenbosch were the tournement will take place.

- Bois-le-Duc is the French name for 's-Hertogenbosch

- In the Netherlands we call 's-Hertogenbosch often Den Bosch!

- We still call this tournament The Ordina Open hold in Rosmalen

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May 26th, 2004 10:28 AM
humanity
Four names for the same tournament

This tournament seems to have four different designations:

Ordina (the sponsor)

s'Hertogembosch

Rosmalen

Bois-le-Duc

Can someone please clarify?

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