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Thread: British Doubles Players - general discussion

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    Re: British Doubles Players - general discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by Linda View Post
    Good news - Colin and Ross are playing in Nottingham !
    Excellent - I'm hoping to go on Thursday so might catch R2 Mens Singles and R1 Mens dubs.
    Depending of course on the weather!!! Forecast to be around 16/17 degrees but maybe rain afternoon. I know they can play indoors but it's not the same as watching them play on grass.
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    Re: The Doubles Tennis Circuit

    Delgado/Skupski are playing the Quimper Challenger this week. They missed the cut for the Rotterdam 500 and this is the only Challenger event worldwide this week! ATP250's are in the USA and Brasil.

    Ken Skupski ‏@k_skupski
    .@DelgadoJamie and I are in Quimper, France this week for what is expected to be a strong Challenger.
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    Re: The Doubles Tennis Circuit

    Seems like the best idea, not too far to travel (it seems a few others had the same idea - although it seems to me that the stronger opposition is in the other half of the draw).
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  6. #24

    Re: British Doubles Players - general discussion

    QUIMPER CHALLENGER
    Tennis municipaux de Creac’h Gwen, Bvd de Créac’h Gwen.
    Tournament website: http://www.opendequimper.com/
    Type: $42,5+H
    Surface: Indoor Hard
    11-17 February 2013

    Delgado and Skupski have stayed in France and are the top seeds at this Challenger event.

    (1)Delgado/Skupski v (wc)Firmin/Muller
    Gojowczyk/Struff v (wc)Authom/Brezac
    (4)Bednarek/Kowalczyk v Sela/Weintraub
    Ignatik/Wu v Meffert/Oswald

    (wc)Jouan/Reix v Motti/Tosic
    Kerr/Siljestrom v (3)Ratiwatana/Ratiwatana
    Daescu/Mertl v Beck/Martin
    Junaid/Zelenay v (2)Brunstrom/Klaasen



    Wikipedia has this to say ...
    Quimper is the ancient capital of La Cornouaille, Brittany’s most traditional region, and has a distinctive Breton character. Shops and flags celebrating the region's Celtic heritage can be found throughout the city.
    Quimper is twinned with Falkirk in the UK as well as 5 other cities.

    Unfortunately, it seems to be lacking in places to eat on a Sunday night!!!
    Ken Skupski ‏@k_skupski No food at club, restaurant, room service, local restaurant, supermarket or dominos. Considering my left arm. Slightly more meat. #shocker
    And I'm quite entertained by the Hebergement section on the website!
    Players in a 4* and officials in a B&B.
    http://www.opendequimper.com/infos/hebergement/
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  7. #25

    Re: British Doubles Players - general discussion

    Delski playing last today:
    Ken Skupski ‏@k_skupski Last on the schedule tomorrow.
    Roughly around the time Suarez scores his first. #guttedillmissthegame
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  8. #26

    Re: British Doubles Players - general discussion

    Good news from Quimper ...
    Jamie Delgado/Ken Skupski[1] d Emilien Firmin/Gilles Müller (FRA/LUX) 6-4 6-3


    Ken Skupski ‏@k_skupski Solid start 6-4 6-3. Played a joke on the net cord points. #winning
    Apparently one of the players (may have been Skuppers) hit a serve which caught the net and went in for an ACE!
    According to the new 'no let cord' rule that's how it is in Challengers now!



    Potentially less good news from Delgy ... hope he's not out of action long!
    jamie delgado ‏@DelgadoJamie Won tonight in France..play again thursday.This week then Marseille and then home for while to sort my back injury out hopefully for good
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  9. #27

    Re: British Doubles Players - general discussion

    Delgado and Skupski made it to the Final in Quimper only to beaten to the title by the 2nd seeds.


    (2)Brunström/Klaasen (SWE/RSA) beat (1)Delgado/Skupski 3-6 6-2 [10-3]
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  10. #28

    Re: British Doubles Players - general discussion

    End of the line for Jamie Delgado and Ken Skupski.

    As per my post above Jamie has to spend time away from the tour sorting out a back injury.
    Given that he's now 35 I'd imagine if the problem doesn't go away that he'd have to finally quit playing.

    And Ken tweeted a couple of days ago that Marseille would be their last event together.
    Ken Skupski ‏@k_skupski Disappointing end to a good week. Went down 3-6 6-2 10-3.
    Heading to Marseille ATP 250 tonight for our final tournament together.
    His wife's tweet says it all .........
    Hayley Skupski ‏@hayley_skupski Wishing @k_skupski a successful last week in Marseille before
    he starts his paternity leave and becomes a daddy!
    So, we're unlikely to see Ken in action for a while and certainly not until after I/Wells and Miami.
    Wonder who he might team up with?

    Wishing them both the best of luck - Ken with a new chapter in his life and Jamie to heal properly.
    They've flown the flag for British tennis in doubles that's for sure.


    I first saw Jamie Delgado play at the British Nationals in Telford!!! During the mid-90's I made the trip 3 times and watched both Henman and Rusedski in action there as well as many long since forgotten British players (Alan Mackin, Andrew Richardson...)


    At one time he was considered a better player than Tim Henman but in the transition from Juniors to main tour somehow Tim motored ahead and Jamie's singles career stayed at Challenger level.
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