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Singles Qualifying Draw

(1)Julia Grabher (AUT) v Kwan Yau Ng (HKG)
(15)Zoe Kruger (RSA) v Alena Fomina-Klotz (RUS)

(2)Anastasia Zakharova (RUS) v (wc)Lidziya Marozava (BLR)
(9)Bibiane Schoofs (NED) v (wc)Andreea Mitu (ROU)

(3)Kateryna Bondarenko (UKR) v Shuyue Ma (CHN)
(16)Eden Silva (GBR) v Joanna Garland (TPE)

(4)Oksana Selekhmeteva (RUS) v Vivian Heisen (GER)
(10)Peangtarn Plipuech (THA) v Fanny Ostlund (SWE)

(5)Isabella Shinikova (BUL) v (wc)Mika Dagan Fruchtman (ISR)
(12)Ekaterina Yashina (RUS) v Tereza Mihalikova (SVK)

(6)Raluca Georgiana Serban (CYP) v (wc)Seven Oral (TUR)
(13)Ilona Georgiana Ghioroaie (ROU) v Beatrice Gumulya (INA)

(7)Naiktha Bains (GBR) v Dalayna Hewitt (USA)
(14)Marianna Zakarlyuk (UKR) v (wc)Renata Voracova (CZE)

(8)Berfu Cengiz (TUR) v Anzhelika Isaeva (RUS)
(11)Aldila Sutjiadi (INA) v Angelina Gabueva (RUS)
 

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Also, the tournament website is displaying the Belarusian Independence flag on the players list, instead of the current official one for the players from this country. I definitely love this tournament already :p
 

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From the tournament website:
“Our ambitions for this tournament are big. We are in the process of a big announcement that will see us co-operating with a government department and this will really raise the profile of our tournament,” Al Habtoor said at the draw ceremony that was held in the presence of top players including India’s Ankita Raina, Egypt’s Sandra Samir and Natalia Vikhlyantseva of Russia.
If this means lifting the tournament up to another level, then it's maybe heading to the WTA road as it couldn't get any higher on the ITF stage (well, assuming they don't want it to become a Grand Slam!).
 
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