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10,000$ Pitesti- Bascov, Romania

Tenis Club As

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Piteşti (/pi'teʃtʲ/) is the capital city of Argeş County, Romania (in the informal region of Wallachia), situated on the Argeş River. Situated on the A1 freeway connecting it directly to Bucharest (the national capital), it is an important commercial and industrial center.
The city lies on the right bank of the Argeş, where the river meets its tributary, Râul Doamnei, and is an important railway junction, with a classification yard in nearby Bălileşti. It is situated 280m above sea level
The earliest traces of human settlements in this area relate to the Paleolithic. Piteşti itself was first mentioned on May 20, 1386.
Piteşti was one of the temporary residences of Wallachian Princes. Due to its positioning on the junction of major European routes (and its proximity to the Saxon markets in Sibiu, Transylvania), the city had originally developed as an important commercial center.
In the 1950s, the city gained an ill notoriety, when the communist authorities used the local detention facility to subject political detainees to the infamous Reeducation, in which violence between inmates was encouraged to the point of being mandatory (see Piteşti prison). The purpose of the experiment was to psychologically destroy the capacity for outside attachment and outside loyalty, thus creating the brainwashed New Man meant to suit a Leninist society. The experiment was cancelled after five years. Twenty-two inmate/participants were condemned with sixteen being condemned to death for the experiments in a 1953-54 trial. A new trial in 1957 convicted certain members of the prison staff, who received light sentences. They were later pardoned

Previous Winners:
2004: Mihaela BUZARNESCU ROM d. Liana BALACI ROM 63 76
2005: Anamaria Alexandra SERE ROM d. Alexandra DULGHERU ROM 75 62
2006: Vojislava LUKIC SRB d. Amina RAKHIM KAZ 76 57 64
2007: Natalia ORLOVA RUS d. Cristina-Andreea MITU ROM 46 75 75
2008: Mihaela BUZARNESCU ROU d. Palma KIRALYI HUN 63 60

2009 ENTRY LIST
1 Laura-Ioana ANDREI ROU
2 Giulia GATTO-MONTICONE ITA
3 Nicole CLERICO ITA
4 Natasa ZORIC SRB
5 Federica QUERCIA ITA
6 Alexandra DAMASCHIN ROU
7 Diana ENACHE ROU
8 Dalia ZAFIROVA BUL
9 Alexandra CADANTU ROU
10 Simona-Iulia MATEI ROU
11 Annalisa BONA ITA
12 Cristina-Andreea MITU ROU
13 Camelia-Elena HRISTEA ROU
14 Nicolette VAN UITERT NED
15 Martina CACIOTTTI ITA
16 Alice BALDUCCI ITA
17 Diana-Andreea GAE ROU
18 Tanya GERMANLIEVA BUL

Quali
1 Veronica POPOVICI ROU
2 Chichi SCHOLL USA
3 Ingrid-Alexandra RADU ROU
4 Cristina-Madalina STANCU ROU
5 Alice-Andrada RADU ROU
6 Cristina-Bianca DANAILA ROU
7 Jasmin STEINHERR GER
8 Bianca HINCU ROU
9 Rebecca HOROMPOLIOVA SVK
10 Ivana KAROLYIOVA SVK
11 Bianca KOCH GER
12 Claudia-Gianina DUMITRESCU ROU
13 Milica STEPANOVIC SRB
14 Bianca TEPPER AUS
15 Anneliese TEPPER AUS
16 Diana MARCU ROU
17 Karen FILIPPOU AUS
18 Anastasia STEPU MDA
19 Sabina STILU ROU
20 Sabina LUPU ROU
21 Alexandra ION ROU
22 Mihaela-Florina BUNEA ROU
23 Stefania-Cristina NICOLAE ROU
24 Alexandra APOSTU ROU
25 Ioana-Laura ALECSIU ROU
26 Alisa-Juliana CALUSERIU ROU
27 Virginia TICA ROU
28 Ana Mihaela VLADUTU ROU
29 Ruxandra-Gabriela COSTOV ROU
30 Sonia Stefania NEGRILA ROU

 

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10,000$ Olecko, Poland

Olecko Cup

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Olecko former German: Marggrabowa (help·info) since 1560, also Oletzko Treuburg 1928) is a town in Masuria, in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship of Poland, near Ełk and Suwałki. It is situated at the mouth of the Lega river into the Great Olecko Lake (Jezioro Oleckie Wielkie) on its south-western shore. Olecko is the seat of Olecko County.
Marggrabowa was founded as a town by Albert of Brandenburg-Ansbach, Duke of the Duchy of Prussia, on January 1, 1560. The town's name is derived from the German word Markgraf, the duke's title as the margraviate of Brandenburg's prince. The city coats of arms still reflect the Brandenburg red eagle and the Hohenzollern black and white going back to Albert of Brandenburg Prussia.

Previous Winners:
2001: Lenka SNAJDROVA CZE d. Oksana KARYSHKOVA RUS 63 61
2002: Marta DOMACHOWSKA POL d. Liana-Gabriela BALACI ROM 16 63 61
2003: Magdalena KISZCZYNSKA POL d. Dominika LUZAROVA CZE 62 60
2004: Ekatarina DZEHALEVICH BLR d. Olga BROZDA POL 46 75 64
2005: Darina SEDENKOVA CZE d. Radana HOLUSOVA CZE 75 61
2006: Irina KUZMINA LAT d. Olga BROZDA POL 64 64
2007: Magdalena KISZCZYNSKA POL d. Aleksandra MALYARCHYKOVA BLR 62 61
2008: Edyta CIEPLUCHA POL d. Magdalena KISZCZYNSKA POL 62 60

2009 ENTRY LIST
1 Florece HARING FRA
2 Veronika CHVOJKOVA CZE
3 Darija JURAK CRO
4 Hanne SKAK JENSEN DEN
5 Karolina KOSINSKA POL
6 Darina SEDENKOVA CZE
7 Neda KOZIC SRB
8 Alenka HUBACEK AUS
9 Justyna JEGIOLKA POLL
10 Lucie VRSKOVA SVK
11 Barbora KRTICKOVA CZE
12 Klaudia GAWLIK POL
13 Kim-Alice GRAJDEK GER
14 Teresa MALIKOVA CZE
15 Paula KANIA POL
16 Karolina WLODARCZAK AUS
17 Diana MARCINKEVICA LAT
18 Sylwia ZAGORSKA POL

Quali
1 Linda FRITSCHKEN GER
2 Monika TUMOVA CZE
3 Martina BORECKA CZE
4 Alina TSEPLUKHOVA RUS
5 Veronika DOMAGALA POL
6 Andrea REBROVA SVK
7 Anna NIEMIC POL
8 Maria BIRYUKOVA RUS
9 Zuzana LUKNAROVA SVK
10 Aleksandra ROSOLSKA POL
11 Natalie PROESE GER
12 Gabriela HORACKOVA CZE
13 Daryna SACHUK UKR
14 katarzyna KAWA POL
15 Kristyna HANCAROVA CZE
16 Lucia KOVALOVA SVK
17 Michaela BEZDICKOVA CZE
18 Katarzyna KALETA POL
19 Veronika OVCACIKOVA CZE
20 Karolina DZIUBANI POL
21 Sylwia MIKOLAJCZUK POL
22 Renata KURICOVA SVK
23 Agata BARANSKA POL
24 Klara ELLINGEROVA CZE
25 Julia JAGODZINSKA POL

 

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10,000$ Braga, Portugal

Braga Tennis Cup

Surface: Clay





Braga (pron.IPA ['bɾagɐ]), a city and municipality in northwestern Portugal, is the capital of the district of Braga, the oldest archdiocese and one of the major cities of the country.
With a population of 155,000 in the urban area, Braga is the third largest de facto city of Portugal[1] after the much larger Lisbon Metropolitan Area and Porto Metropolitan Areaconurbations. Including the suburban parishes, the municipality has a total of 62 parishes and 170,858 inhabitants. Braga is also the center of the Greater Metropolitan Area of Minho with a population of 798,137 one of the fastest growing urban areas in the European Union. Under the Roman Empire, as Bracara Augusta, it was capital of the province Gallaecia.
The present Mayor is Francisco Mesquita Machado, elected from the Socialist Party.

Previous Winners:
2006: Eloisa-Maria COMPOSTIZIO DE ANDRES ESP d. Marinne GIRAUD MRI 64 57 63
2007: Neuza SILVA POR d. Stephanie VONGSOUTHI FRA 64 61
2008: Marlot MEDDENS NED d. Viky NUNEZ-FUENTES COL 75 62

2009 ENTRY LIST
1 Paula FONDEVILA CASTRO ESP
2 Davinia LOBBINGER BEL
3 Julia PARASYUK RUS
4 Natalie PIQUION FRA
5 Appollonia MELZANI BELL
6 Daniela MUNOZ GALLEGOS MEX
7 Maria Joao KOEHLER POR
8 Karolina NOWAK GER
9 Cristina CELANI ITA
10 Ximena HERMOSO MEX
11 Catarina FERREIRA POR
12 Valentina STEPHAN GER
13 Lara RAFFUL BRA
14 Sheila SOLSONA-CARCASONA ESP
15 Maria-Teresa TORRO-FLOR ESP
16 Ana SALAS-LOZANO ESP
17 Carmen LOPEZ-BLANCO ESP
18 Tara WIGAN GBR

Quali
1 Milica TOMIC SUI
2 Martina BABAKOVA SVK
3 Nanuli PIPIYA RUS
4 Anne Priska SCHAEFER GER
5 Sarah MOUNDIR SUI
6 Bojana BOROVICA SRB
7 Tegan EDWARDS RSA
8 Nicola MOONEY GBR
9 Joana PANGAIO-PEREIRA POR
10 Alla ALEKSANDROVA RUS
11 Petra KREJSOVA CZE
12 Sabina MEDIANO-ALVAREZ ESP
13 Inna SOKOLOVA RUS
14 Catia RODRIGUES POR
15 Nikol HRISTOVA BUL
16 Talissa KUCERA SUI
17 Patricia VILAS-IBANEZ ESP
18 margarida MOURA POR
19 Dominika KANAKOVA CZE
20 Olivia SMITH GBR
21 Sanda OMEROVIC AUS
22 Barbara LUZ POR
23 Romina SCEATS GBR
24 Sandra ZANIEWSKI GBR
25 Rita FREITAS DE ESTEVES POR

 

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10,000$ Tortosa, Spain

Club Tennis Carretera Simpatica

Surface: Clay




Tortosa (Latin Dertusa, Arabic طرطوشة Ṭurṭūšah) is the capital of the comarca of Baix Ebre, in the province of Tarragona, in Catalonia, Spain, located at 12 metres above the sea, by the Ebre river. Population 30,088 (1996).
It was conquered from the Moors by the Count Ramon Berenguer IV of Barcelona in 1148.


Previous Winners:
1996: Angela BÜRGIS SUI d. Silke FRANKL GER 61 61
1997: Nuria MONTERO ESP d. Veronica STELE ARG 63 61
1998: Bahia MOUHTASSINE MAR d. Patricia AZNAR ESP 76 62
1999: Lourdes DOMINGUEZ LINO ESP d. Anna FLORIS ITA 61 64
2000: Vanessa KRAUTH ARG d. Ana SALAS LOZANO ESP 26 63 61
2001: Capucine ROUSSEAU FRA d. Daniela KLEMENSCHITS AUT 63 60
2002: Maria-Jose SANCHEZ ALAYETO ESP d. Alexandra KRAVETS UKR 75 62
2003: Adriana GONZALEZ PENAS ESP d. Marta FRAGA PEREZ ESP 62 46 63
2004: Marta FRAGA PEREZ ESP d. Claudia JORDA FERNANDEZ ESP 64 64
2005: Adriana GONZALEZ PENAS ESP d. Anna FONT ESTRADA ESP 46 63 60
2006: Maite GABARRUS ALONSO ESP d. Nuria SANCHEZ GARCIA ESP 76 62
2007: Rebeca BOU NOGUEIRO ESP d. Valentina SULPIZIO ITA 75 64
2008: Beatriz GARCIA-VIDAGANY ESP d. Amanda CARRERAS GBR 62 63

2009 ENTRY LIST
1 Anastasia POLTORATSKAYA RUS
2 Elena PIOPPO ITA
3 Justine OZGA GER
4 Sara DEL BARRIO ARAGON ESP
5 Laura THORPE FRA
6 Rebeca BOU-NOGUEIRO ESP
7 Verdiana VERARDI ITA
8 Sandra SOLER-SOLA ESP
9 Leticia COSTAS-MOREIRA ESP
10 Yera CAMPOS-MOLINA ESP
11 Nicola GEUER GER
12 Diana ARUTYUNOVA RUS
13 Lara ARRUBARRENA VECINO ESP
14 Mika URBANCIC SLO
15 Gracia RADOVANOVIC FRA
16 Audrey BERGOT FRA
17 Benedetta DAVATO ITA
18 Adeline GONCALVES FRA

Quali
1 Cristina SANCHEZ-QUINTANAR ESP
2 Nuria PARRIZAS DIAZ ESP
3 Lucia SAINZ PELEGRI ESP
4 Ana BELZUNCE CROMPIN ESP
5 Bistra OTASHLIYSKA BUL
6 Yevgeniya KRYVORUCHKO UKR
7 Eugenie BOUCHARD CAN
8 Xi LI CHN
9 Subbadharmi SUNDARAM USA
10 Yasmine GUIMARAES BRA
11 Ilinca-Thea ANGHEL ROU
12 Arabela FERNANDEZ-REBENER ESP
13 Brites SOARES POR
14 Carolina PRATS-MILLAN ESP
15 Julija LUKAC SRB
16 Jodie McKINNON GBR
17 Majoly DE WILDE BEL
18 Montserrat BLASCO-FERNANDEZ ESP
19 Charlene SEATEUN FRA
20 Anna RODIONOVA RUS
21 Gael CLUYTENS BEL
22 Paula MOCETE TALAMANTES ESP
23 Beatriz JUAN-MIRANZO ESP
24 Virginia UGRCYC SUI
25 Andrea MEDINA TOMAS ESP
26 Alexia QUARTETTO SUI
27 Magda RIUTORT BOU ESP
28 Farahh ABOUGEIB SELO ESP
29 Patricia FARGAS OSORIO ESP
30 Alejandra SALA JUSTE ESP
31 Laura ANTONANE IRIARTE ESP
32 Clara MATIAS BRA
33 Teresa PLADEVALL OROZ ESP
34 Laura REVERT OROZ ESP
35 Alejandra DEL REY GUARDIOLA ESP

 

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10,000$ Kharkov II, Ukraine

Kharkiv Ladies Open

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Kharkiv or Kharkov (Ukrainian: Харків, Russian: Харьков) is the second largest city in Ukraine. It is the administrative center of the Kharkiv Oblast (province), as well as the administrative center of the surrounding Kharkivskyi Raion (district) within the oblast. The city is located in the northeast of the country at around 49°54′60″N, 36°18′60″ECoordinates: 49°54′60″N, 36°18′60″E. As of 2006, its population is 1,461,300.[1]
Kharkiv is one of the main industrial, cultural and educational centres of Ukraine. Its industry specializes mostly in arms production and machinery. There are hundreds of industrial companies in the city. Among them are world famous giants like the Morozov Design Bureau and the Malyshev Tank Factory, leaders in tank production since the 1930s; Hartron (aerospace and nuclear electronics); and the Turboatom turbines producer.
There is also an underground rapid-transit system (metro) with about 35 km of track and 28 stations. A well-known landmark of Kharkiv is the Freedom Square (Ploshcha Svobody), which is currently the third largest city square in Europe, and the 7th largest square in the world.

Previous Winners:
2006: Veronika KAPSHAY UKR d. Anna LAPUSHCHENKOVA RUS 46 62 61
2008: Elena KULIKOVA RUS d. Anastasiya VASYLYEVA UKR 76 64

2009 ENTRY LIST
1 Yuliya KALABINA RUS
2 Maria MOKH RUS
3 Anastasiya VASYLYEVA UKR
4 Tatiana KOTELNIKOVA RUS
5 Ganna PIVEN UKR
6 Mariya MALKHASYAN UKR
7 Oksana TEPLYAKOVA UKR
8 Ima BOHUSH BLR
9 Volha DUKO BLR
10 Katerina AVDIYENKO UKR
11 Maria ZHARKOVA RUS
12 Elina GASANOVA RUS
13 Hermon BHRANE GER
14 Sophie CORNEROTTE BEL
15 Oksana KHOMYK UKR
16 Daria KUCHMINA RUS
17 Alyona SOTNIKOVA UKR
18 Oksana PAVLOVA UKR

Quali
1 Margarita LAZAREVA RUS
2 Khristina KAZIMOVA UKR
3 Anna LARKINA UKR
4 Yuliya LYNDINA UKR
5 Svetlana SMIRNOVA RUS
6 Viktoria KAMENSKAYA BLR
7 Yelyzaveta RYBAKOVA UKR
8 Iuliia KIRIIENKO UKR
9 Yuliana UMANETS UKR
10 Julia HELBET MDA
11 Yulia PILNIK UKR
12 Julia SAMUSEVA RUS
13 Yevgeniya REZEPKINA KAZ
14 Ekatarina PUSHKAREVA RUS
15 Anastasiya LYTOVCHENKO UKR
16 Lyubov SLOVTSOVA UKR
17 Maria KUZNETSOVA RUS
18 Alona FOMINA UKR
19 Ivanna SLOBODIAN UKR
20 Katerina ILYINA UKR
21 Yulia GEORGIEVA RUS
22 Ksenia LOPINA UKR
23 Dariya DASHUTINA UKR
24 Kateryna NAKONECHNA UKR
25 Nadiya BARYSHPOLETS UKR

 

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10,000$ New Dehli, India

Khanna Tennis Stadium

Surface: Hard


New Delhi (Hindi: नई दिल्ली, Punjabi: ਨਵੀਂ ਦਿੱਲੀ, Urdu: نئی دلی) is an urban area within the metropolis of Delhi, and the capitalcity of the Republic of India, as well as the seat of the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi.
Delhi has been traditionally the capital of India , however during the British Raj, Calcutta was the capital until 1911. However, Delhi had served as the political and financial centre of several empires of ancient India, most notably of the Mughal Empire. During the early 1900s, a proposal was made to the British administration to shift the capital of the Indian Empire from Calcutta to Delhi. Unlike Calcutta, which was located on the eastern coast of India, Delhi was located in northern India and the Government of British India felt that it would be easier to administer India from Delhi rather than from Calcutta. Owing to its historic and cultural importance, George V, the then Emperor of India, made the announcement the capital of the Raj was to be shifted from Calcutta to Delhi.

Previous winners:
2007: Tara IYER IND d. Kyung-Yee CHAE KOR 75 63

2009 ENTRY LIST
1 Isha LAKHANI IND
2 Ankita BHAMBRI IND
3 Anastasia MALHOTRA JAP
4 Sanaa BHAMBRI IND
5 Rushmi CHAKRAVARTI IND
6 Keren SHLOMO ISR
7 Thuy-Dung NGUYEN VIE
8 Parul GOSWAMI IND
9 Kumari-Sweta SOLANKI IND
10 Parija MALOO IND
11 Ting LI CHN
12 Ying-Ying DUAN CHN
13 Chun-Yan HE CHN
14 Seo-Kyung KANG KOR
15 Yoon-Young JEONG KOR
16 Shivika BURMAN IND
17 Jung-Yoon SHIN KOR
18 Marisa GIANOTTI AUS

Quali
1 Alisa OGORODOVA UZB
2 Jade HOPPER AUS
3 Renee BINNIE AUS
4 Stephanie THEILER SUI
5 Yi ZHONG CHN
6 Treta BHATTACHARYYA IND
7 Satjaporn MAHAJAROENKUL THA
8 Chutharat RUNGTEIN THA
9 Soon-Mi SEO KOR
10 Moe KAWATOKO JAP
11 Kristina PEJKOVIC AUS
12 Lisa MARSHALL RSA
13 Geeta MANOHAR IND
14 kamowan THONGSANER THA
15 Nupur KAUL IND
16 Chika TERASAWA JAP
17 Sindhu Nila PARTHEEPAN IND
18 Pairin PANJASILPA THA
19 Deepna VAZIRANI IND
20 Rani Smita JAIN IND
21 Abhilasha AHUJA IND
22 Shahin ANSARI IND
23 Ratnika BATRA IND
24 Anushree THAMMANNA IND
25 Harshini REDDY IND

 

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10,000$ Cordoba, Argentina

Ciudad de Villa Maria

Surface: Clay





Córdoba is a city located near the geographical center of Argentina, in the foothills of the Sierras Chicas mountains on the Suquía River, about 700 km west-northwest from Buenos Aires. It is the capital of Córdoba Province. It is the second industrial center of Argentina, but retains many of its historical buildings dating from the colonial era.
El Centro (Spanish for "downtown") is the most important commercial area, with clothes, food, hardware, fishing equipment, shoes, computer shops, etc., as well as the most important banks like Bank of Córdoba and other private banking institutions. There's also a variety of restaurants with varying food and prices, from McDonalds to Italian pasta or asado barbecue. Sightseeing places include San Martín square, Jesuit Block (declared UNESCOWorld Heritage Site) and Genaro Perez Museum. Main avenues and streets are Vélez Sarsfield, Colón Avenue, General Paz, Dean Funes and 27 de Abril where most buses have a bus-stop
Córdoba was founded on July the 6th, 1573 by Jerónimo Luis de Cabrera, who named it after Córdoba, Spain. It was one of the first Spanish colonial capitals of the region that is now Argentina (older cities were Buenos Aires, founded in 1536; and Santiago del Estero, founded in 1553). The Universidad Nacional de Córdoba is the oldest university in Argentina. It was founded in 1613 by the Jesuit Order

Previous Winners:
2005: Estefania CRACIUN URU d. Jorgelina CRAVERO ARG 64 63
2006: Estefania CRACIUN URU d. Flavia MIGNOLA ARG 60 62
2006: Vanesa FURLANETTO ARG d. Teliana PEREIRA BRA 16 61 75
2006: Yanina WICKMAYER BEL d. Teliana PEREIRA BRA 61 67 60
2007: Agustina LEPORE ARG d. Florencia MOLINERO ARG 16 60 64
2007: Florencia MOLINERO ARG d. Soledad ESPERON ARG 60 62
2007: Soledad ESPERON ARG d. Maria-Vanina GARCIA SOKOL ARG 62 33 ret
2007: Soledad ESPERON ARG d. Agustina LEPORE ARG 62 64

2009 ENTRY LIST
1 Vanesa FURLANETTO ARG
2 Maria IRIGOYEN ARG
3 Tatiana BUA ARG
4 Mailen AUROUX ARG
5 Carla BELTRAMI ARG
6 Aranza SALUT ARG
7 Nathalia ROSSI BRA
8 Fernanda HERMENEGILDO BRA
9 Marina GIRAL LORES VEN
10 Carla TIENE BRA
11 Karen-Emelia CASTIBLANCO DUARTE COL
12 Paula Cristina GONCALVES BRA
13 Emilia YORIO ARG
14 Rebeca NEVES BRA
15 Cecilia COSTA MELGAR CHI
16 Lucia JARA LOZANO ARG
17 Guadalupe MORENO ARG
18 Fernanda FARIA BRA

Quali
1 Estefania DONNET ARG
2 Paula-Catalina ROBLES GARCIA COL
3 Yuliana LIZARAZO COL
4 Maria Claudia SANTOS SANTÁNNA BRA
5 Isabella ROBBIANI PAR
6 karen Johanna RAMIREZ RIVERA COL
7 Melina FERRERO ARG
8 Carla LUCERO ARG
9 Gabriella BARBOSA COSTA SILVA BRA
10 Monique ALBUQUERQUE BRA
11 Rocio GALARZA ARG
12 Agustina Sol ESKENAZI ARG
13 Barbara RUSH ARG
14 Jordana LUJAN ARG
15 Amira PIROVANI ARG
16 Cecilia MERCIER URU
17 Flavia GUIMARAES BUENO BRA
18 Josella Francisca VALDERRAMA AHUMADA CHI
19 Maria SINIGAGLIA ARG
20 Romina BRANTE CHI
21 Eduarda PIAI BRA
22 Maria-Laura SCAPIGLATI ARG
23 Fiorella JERARDINO CHI
24 Belen LUDUENA CHI
25 Tatiana CARPIO ARG
26 Laura PEREZ ARG
27 Barbara GUENO BRA
28 Marcela GUIMARAES BUENO BRA
29 Ornella CARON ARG
30 Catalina LOPEZ ARG

 

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10,000$ Sumter, South Carolina, USA

Palmetto Pro Open

Surface: Hard




Sumter (pronounced /ˈsʌmptɚ/) is a city in and the county seat of Sumter County[3], South Carolina, United States. Its population was 39,643 at the 2000 census. It is the principal city of the Sumter, South Carolina Metropolitan Statistical Area.
It should not be confused with Fort Sumter, which is in Charleston harbor, almost 100 miles away.
As of 2007, there were 39,159 people, 14,717 households, and 10,049 families residing in the city

Previous Winners:
2008: Mallory CECIL USA d. Theresa LOGAR USA 36 76 64

2009 ENTRY LIST
1 Alexandra MUELLER USA
2 Petra RAMPRE SLO
3 Kelly LIGGAN IRL
4 Paula ZABALA COL
5 Dominika DIESKOVA SVK
6 Anda PERIANU ROU
7 Tarakaa BERTRAND USA
8 Chieh-Yu HSU USA
9 Allie WILL USA
10 Alison RISKE USA
11 Chloe JONES USA
12 Alexandra RILEY USA
13 Alexandra MORENO-KASTE COL
14 Alexandra ANGHELESCU USA
15 Magda OKRUASHVILI GEO
16 Stephanie ROY CAN
17 Nicola SLATER GBR
18 Brittany WOWCHUK CAN

Quali
1 Mami INOUE USA
2 Vasilisa BARDINA RUS
3 Trang HUYNH PHUONG DAI VIE
4 Yuliana MOTYL CAN
5 Lauren HERRING USA
6 Emily FRASER USA
7 Reka ROHONYI HUN
8 Jessica BROUWER NED
9 Yana KOROLEVA RUS
10 Viktoriya GORODETSKY CAN
11 Erin LIEFELD AUS
12 Piia SUOMALAINEN FIN
13 Larikah RUSSELL BAH
14 Stephanie LIM AUS
15 Maria BELAYA USA
16 Robyn BEDDOW GBR
17 Larisa GORODETSKY CAN
18 Marie-France LORD-ANDRADE CAN
19 Emily GELBER USA
20 Janelle CUTHBERTSON AUS
21 Priscilla NUNEZ CAN
22 Sara LAZAREVIC CAN
23 Jessica KIRKLAND USA
24 Frederique SUNSTRUM AUS
25 Nelo PHIRI USA
26 Nicole BARTNIK USA
27 Chanelle VAN NGUYEN USA
28 Julie COURTER USA
29 Stephanie VIDOV USA
30 Jennifer STEVENS USA
31 Ashley MURDOCK USA
32 Jacquelyn VISINSKI USA
33 Jan ABAZA USA
34 Nicole MELICHAR USA
35 Elizabeth BEGLEY USA
36 Chelsea ORR USA
37 Olivia JANOWICZ USA
38 CC SARDINHA USA
39 Claire BARTLETT USA
40 Remeice ELLIS USA



 
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