Preparations for the Chennai Open 2009 ATP Tennis Tournament


03 November 2020

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The Chennai Open Tennis 2009 is scheduled to take place from Monday, January 5, to Saturday, January 10, 2009. The qualifying rounds will take place on January 3 and 4, 2009. The tournament consists of singles and doubles, and the announced singles have already been announced. , with some of the world's leading tennis players competing against each other for the $ 450,000 prize money at stake.

The lineup includes Nikolay Vladimirirovich Davydenko, considered the top-ranked male player for Russia, 5th in the world and winner of fourteen ATP singles titles, Stanislas Wawrinka from Switzerland, currently ranked 13th in the world and was a finalist in Rome Champions and is a double medal from the Beijing Olympics and Carlos Moya, who was second place for Costa do Sauipe and Bucharest as well as the Chennai tennis champion in 2004 and 2005.

The line-up continues with Rafael Nadal, who is the top seeded Spaniard currently ranked as world number 1, Ivo Karlovic from Croatia, who has won four ATP singles titles and ranked 26th in the world, Ivan Ljubicic from Croatia ranked 38th in the world, Marin Cilic also from Croatia, ranked 23rd in the world, Rainer Schuettler from Germany ranked 33rd in the world, Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes, who return to play with their respective partners Mark Knowles from the Bahamas and Lukas Dlouhy from the Czech Republic.

Many more well-known players such as Janko Tipsarevic from Serbia, Marcel Granollers from Spain, Guillermo Garcia-Lopez from Spain and Fabio Fognini from Italy will also compete alongside several others.

These tennis stars will take center stage at the 2009 Chennai Open, giving you one of the most competitive fields ever in event history. Bryan brothers Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan, who are world number two in doubles, and Beijing Olympic bronze medals were also confirmed to play at the Chennai Open 2009 tournament, but have withdrawn their participation due to an injury to Bob.

Out of these, 8 players in the Chennai Open 2009 tournament are ranked in the world's 50 best tennis players, which will make this event more interesting and exciting. Another thing that makes the upcoming tournament more powerful and impressive is that as many as 15 participating players are part of the world's top 100 players. Tennis lovers from all over the world as well as in India will once again look forward to an exciting tennis action,


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