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Is there a prize money for all these events?

In Israel, there is a short 4 tournaments tour, all Israeli players are there except for Deniz Khazaniuk.
Each of the first 3 tournaments has a total prize money of 4350$, the last one for the best 8 players has total prize money of 8700$.
First final is between Lina Glushko and Shelly Bereznyak tommorow.
Bratislava has 10k € prize money
 

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20K Neuchâtel (National Swiss tournament), starts June 24th

[1]Jil Teichmann (63) vs. [wc]Anina Lanz (UR)
Joanne Züger (553) vs. Svenja Ochsner (749)
Jenny Dürst (786) vs. Nina Stadler (591)
Melody Hefti (UR) vs. [8]Valentina Ryser (698)

[3]Stefanie Vögele (109)
vs. Julie Sappl (UR)
Tina Nadine Smith (919) vs. [wc]Marie Mettraux (1116)
Karin Kennel (514) vs. Aline Thommen (1247)
[wc]Kiara Cvetkovic (UR) vs. [5]Leonie Küng (155)

[7]Ylena In-Albon (494)
vs. Pauline Wuarin (839)
Chelsea Fontenel (UR) vs. Kristina Milenkovic (UR)
Fiona Ganz (750) vs. Sandy Marti (UR)
Céline Naef (UR) vs. [4]Simona Waltert (284)

[6]Conny Perrin (255)
vs. Tess Sugnaux (588)
Sebastianna Scilipoti (UR) vs. Sophie Lüscher (UR)
[wc]Paula Cembranos (UR) vs. Alina Granwehr (UR)
Lulu Sun (UR) vs. [2]Viktorija Golubic (123)


Interesting draw packed with most of the Swiss top players and juniors.
Nice to see Lulu's comeback after a year out of action. She was in superb form before her injury, but a tough draw (facing Golubic in R1).
Some of our top juniors are playing too: Alina Granwehr, Sebastianna Scilipoti, Chelsea Fontenel, Céline Naef; see if they can cause some upsets.
Seedings are done by Swiss national rankings, hence the "wrong order".
 
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Belinda has been on fire all week. She seems to be ready for some serious competitions again.
 

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20K Neuchâtel (National Swiss tournament), starts June 24th

[1]Jil Teichmann (63) vs. [wc]Anina Lanz (UR)
Joanne Züger (553) vs. Svenja Ochsner (749)
Jenny Dürst (786) vs. Nina Stadler (591)
Melody Hefti (UR) vs. [8]Valentina Ryser (698)

[3]Stefanie Vögele (109)
vs. Julie Sappl (UR)
Tina Nadine Smith (919) vs. [wc]Marie Mettraux (1116)
Karin Kennel (514) vs. Aline Thommen (1247)
[wc]Kiara Cvetkovic (UR) vs. [5]Leonie Küng (155)

[7]Ylena In-Albon (494)
vs. Pauline Wuarin (839)
Chelsea Fontenel (UR) vs. Kristina Milenkovic (UR)
Fiona Ganz (750) vs. Sandy Marti (UR)
Céline Naef (UR) vs. [4]Simona Waltert (284)

[6]Conny Perrin (255)
vs. Tess Sugnaux (588)
Sebastianna Scilipoti (UR) vs. Sophie Lüscher (UR)
[wc]Paula Cembranos (UR) vs. Alina Granwehr (UR)
Lulu Sun (UR) vs. [2]Viktorija Golubic (123)


Interesting draw packed with most of the Swiss top players and juniors.
Nice to see Lulu's comeback after a year out of action. She was in superb form before her injury, but a tough draw (facing Golubic in R1).
Some of our top juniors are playing too: Alina Granwehr, Sebastianna Scilipoti, Chelsea Fontenel, Céline Naef; see if they can cause some upsets.
Seedings are done by Swiss national rankings, hence the "wrong order".
Why is Waltert seeded above Kung and Perrin? Also Golubic above Vogele...
 

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Cringing a bit at the lack of social distancing in Bratislava considering what just happened with Dimitrov...
 

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Cringing a bit at the lack of social distancing in Bratislava considering what just happened with Dimitrov...
True, but Slovakia is down to 113 active cases, and seems to be one of the countries where people have been really responsible when it comes to following recommendations/instructions regarding precautions necessary to avoid Covid-19. I would think (hope, anyway) that they're safe enough.
 
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