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CHATRIER 11:00 AM Start
1. Men's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Younes El Aynaoui (MAR)[23] vs. Mariano Zabaleta (ARG)
followed by:
2. Women's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Serena Williams (USA)[1] vs. Barbara Schett (AUT)
3. Men's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Xavier Malisse (BEL)[26] vs. Andre Agassi (USA)[2]
4. Women's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Laura Granville (USA)[31] vs. Chanda Rubin (USA)[8]






LENGLEN 11:00 AM Start
1. Women's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Meghann Shaughnessy (USA)[18] vs. Ai Sugiyama (JPN)[16]
followed by:
2. Men's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Guillermo Coria (ARG)[7] vs. Attila Savolt (HUN)
3. Women's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Fabiola Zuluaga (COL) vs. Amelie Mauresmo (FRA)[5]
4. Men's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Juan Ignacio Chela (ARG)[31] vs. Carlos Moya (ESP)[4]






COURT 1 11:00 AM Start
1. Men's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Wayne Ferreira (RSA)[22] vs. Rainer Schuettler (GER)[11]
followed by:
2. Women's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Justine Henin-Hardenne (BEL)[4] vs. Dally Randriantefy (MAD)
3. Men's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Jiri Novak (CZE)[13] vs. Ivan Ljubicic (CRO)
4. Women's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Ashley Harkleroad (USA) vs. Magui Serna (ESP)






COURT 2 11:00 AM Start
1. Men's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Julien Benneteau (FRA)
Nicolas Mahut (FRA)
vs. Bob Bryan (USA)[3]
Mike Bryan (USA)[3]

followed by:
2. Men's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Martin Verkerk (NED) vs. Vincent Spadea (USA)[29]
3. Women's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Petra Mandula (HUN) vs. Flavia Pennetta (ITA)
4. Mixed Doubles - 1st Rnd.
Patricia Wartusch (AUT)
Joshua Eagle (AUS)
vs. Martina Navratilova (USA)[7]
Leander Paes (IND)[7]







COURT 3 12 PM Start
1. Women's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Lindsay Davenport (USA)[3]
Lisa Raymond (USA)[3]
vs. Gisela Dulko (ARG)
Maria-Emilia Salerni (ARG)

followed by:
2. Men's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Jonas Bjorkman (SWE)[4]
Todd Woodbridge (AUS)[4]
vs. Lucas Arnold (ARG)
Mariano Hood (ARG)

3. Mixed Doubles - 1st Rnd.
Virginie Razzano (FRA)
Anthony Dupuis (FRA)
vs. Lisa Raymond (USA)[2]
Mike Bryan (USA)[2]

4. Mixed Doubles - 1st Rnd.
Paola Suarez (ARG)[1]
Todd Woodbridge (AUS)[1]
vs. Camille Gely (FRA)
Michael Llodra (FRA)







COURT 6 12 PM Start
1. Women's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Milagros Sequera (VEN)
Vanessa Webb (CAN)
vs. Nathalie Dechy (FRA)[12]
Emilie Loit (FRA)[12]

followed by:
2. Men's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Donald Johnson (USA)[15]
Nenad Zimonjic (SER)[15]
vs. Arnaud Clement (FRA)
Nicolas Escude (FRA)

3. Mixed Doubles - 1st Rnd.
Emilie Loit (FRA)
Nicolas Coutelot (FRA)
vs. Liezel Huber (RSA)
Pavel Vizner (CZE)

4. Mixed Doubles - 1st Rnd.
Barbara Schett (AUT)
Mark Knowles (BAH)
vs. Rennae Stubbs (AUS)[5]
Donald Johnson (USA)[5]







COURT 7 11:00 AM Start
1. Women's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Elena Bovina (RUS)
Alicia Molik (AUS)
vs. Shinobu Asagoe (JPN)[14]
Nana Miyagi (JPN)[14]

followed by:
2. Men's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Johan Landsberg (SWE)
Jarkko Nieminen (FIN)
vs. Gaston Etlis (ARG)[16]
Martin Rodriguez (ARG)[16]

3. Women's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Patty Schnyder (SUI)[19] vs. Eleni Daniilidou (GRE)[14]
4. Men's Singles - 3rd Rnd.
Galo Blanco (ESP) vs. Flavio Saretta (BRA)






COURT 8 11:00 AM Start
1. Men's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Julian Knowle (AUT)
Michael Kohlmann (GER)
vs. Tomas Cibulec (CZE)[13]
Pavel Vizner (CZE)[13]

followed by:
2. Men's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Wayne Arthurs (AUS)[10]
Paul Hanley (AUS)[10]
vs. Andrei Olhovskiy (RUS)
Sargis Sargsian (ARM)

3. Mixed Doubles - 1st Rnd.
Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS)[8]
Jared Palmer (USA)[8]
vs. Janet Lee (TPE)
Daniel Nestor (CAN)

4. Women's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Silvia Farina Elia (ITA)
Tathiana Garbin (ITA)
vs. Maria Vento-Kabchi (VEN)
Angelique Widjaja (INA)







COURT 16 11:00 AM Start
1. Men's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Martin Damm (CZE)[7]
Cyril Suk (CZE)[7]
vs. Massimo Bertolini (ITA)
Sebastian Prieto (ARG)

followed by:
2. Men's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Feliciano Lopez (ESP)
Davide Sanguinetti (ITA)
vs. Chris Haggard (RSA)[12]
Robbie Koenig (RSA)[12]

3. Women's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Nicole Arendt (USA)
Evie Dominikovic (AUS)
vs. Maja Matevzic (SLO)
Henrieta Nagyova (SVK)

4. Mixed Doubles - 1st Rnd.
Francesca Schiavone (ITA)
Chris Haggard (RSA)
vs. Daniela Hantuchova (SVK)
Kevin Ullyett (ZIM)







COURT 17 12 PM Start
1. Women's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Virginia Ruano Pascual (ESP)[1]
Paola Suarez (ARG)[1]
vs. Marta Marrero (ESP)
Rossana Neffa-de Los Rios (PAR)

followed by:
2. Women's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Marion Bartoli (FRA)
Myriam Casanova (SUI)
vs. Jelena Dokic (YUG)[5]
Nadia Petrova (RUS)[5]

3. Women's Doubles - 2nd Rnd.
Elena Dementieva (RUS)
Lina Krasnoroutskaya (RUS)
vs. Kim Clijsters (BEL)[2]
Ai Sugiyama (JPN)[2]

4. Mixed Doubles - 1st Rnd.
Sophie Lefevre (FRA)
Jean-Francois Bachelot (FRA)
vs. Clarisa Fernandez (ARG)
Gaston Etlis (ARG)
 

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Good luck

Carlos :):)
Guillermo :)
Xavier
Wayne the Pixie :) just win this one :)
Younes :)




and :p PS, And you can look but you can't touch :p :fiery:
 

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TheBoiledEgg said:
and :p PS, And you can look but you can't touch :p :fiery:
I'm pretty sure that's what Mrs Egg will say despite my declaration

and don't worry,this was a one day operation.You can be the king of draws and schedules again tomorrow
 

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Oh I bet ESPN is so excited to show baldy tomorrow. Yawn!

kick some ass -- XMan, Guillermo, Carlos, Mariano, Rainer & Vincent.
 

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TennisHack said:
Wow, there is nothing I want to see tomorrow.

And Lee's right, looks like ESPN will be camped out on Chatrier tomorrow :rolleyes:
Like I said, a great majority of my faves are in the top half, which is why I'm going to the challenger tomorrow for some QF matches. :) I want to see the top seed, Ramirez Hidalgo (cute but seems a bit arrogant) against Gonzalez King another Argentine I've grown fond of because of his sparkly eyes and a sense of humour, even though he's not much of a looker. Incidently, he doesn't only share the last name with Gonzo, he also has a similarly timed (though less audible) grunt, seconds after he strikes the ball.
 

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Layla said:
Like I said, a great majority of my faves are in the top half, which is why I'm going to the challenger tomorrow for some QF matches. :) I want to see the top seed, Ramirez Hidalgo (cute but seems a bit arrogant) against Gonzalez King another Argentine I've grown fond of because of his sparkly eyes and a sense of humour, even though he's not much of a looker. Incidently, he doesn't only share the last name with Gonzo, he also has a similarly timed (though less audible) grunt, seconds after he strikes the ball.
So this Hidalgo is your cutie Argentine you were talking about? LOL, I'd want to see live tennis too if I could. I'll probably still get up and watch the coverage but I won't be taping, that's for sure.

Have fun at the Challenger!!
 

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TennisHack said:
So this Hidalgo is your cutie Argentine you were talking about? LOL, I'd want to see live tennis too if I could. I'll probably still get up and watch the coverage but I won't be taping, that's for sure.

Have fun at the Challenger!!
No, no, Hidalgo is a Spanish player and the top seed of the challenger. My Argenite lost in the first round after entering as a LL and then he lost in the doubles yesterday as well, so my guess is he went home. :sad: I think he noticed me watching him all the time. ;)
 

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Aww, I'm sorry he bombed out. LOL, he was probably like, "who's that hot girl who seems enthralled?" ;) He was probably grateful to have a fan.
 

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Good luck:
El Aynaoui
Coria
Novak
Spadea
Moya (well, against the horse-faced Chela anyway)
The X-Man (with great reluctance - why oh why do I have to cheer on this mentally vacant greaseball in the hope that, out of all the players in the draw, he might beat Agassi?)
 

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TennisHack said:
Aww, I'm sorry he bombed out. LOL, he was probably like, "who's that hot girl who seems enthralled?" ;) He was probably grateful to have a fan.
I'm sure that's what he thought. ;) More like he thought I was a dangerous stalker. But he did have a gorgeous, warm smile off-court all the time and it brightened my day. :) I wish I had the courage to talk to him.
 

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LOL, Sjengster, nobody said you had to cheer for Malisse. Considering he played 3 sets of doubles today I have even less faith in him than I did before.
 

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Hendouble said:
Good luck:
El Aynaoui
Coria
Novak
Spadea
Moya (well, against the horse-faced Chela anyway)
The X-Man (with great reluctance - why oh why do I have to cheer on this mentally vacant greaseball in the hope that, out of all the players in the draw, he might beat Agassi?)
Tell me you are not going to cheer for Malisse! :eek:

I think Agassi is all set to win this tournament. Ancic should have finished him off when he had the chance, because Agassi will never play like that again. Those kinds of matches only make him stronger and more determined. :( I hope I'm wrong though. I hope Coria will hand him the return ticket.

It was exciting while it lasted. The second set was magnificent and Ancic really surprised many, including me. But the rest of the match was just heartbreaking. I knew if Ancic were to lose the 3rd set it would be all over. :sad: It was a huge disappointment. I watched the match live until 7-5 6-1 2-0 and then I went to the movies thinking he was cruising towards victory. ;) Imagine my dismay when I started watching the tape.
 
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