Week 12: International German Open (C, CSWT 500) & Aegon International (G, CSWT 250)

Discussion in 'Tournaments' started by Mariner, Jun 4, 2015.

  1. Mariner CL Warrington

    This week, we stay in Europe for two smaller tournaments to wind down from the just finished Grand Slam. Germany is the home for our final main clay tournament of the season, right in the lovely city of Hamburg.

    Our minor tournament this week is the Aegon International, a start of a British grass run up to Wimbledon. Anyone going there will have to travel to the "lovely" town of Eastbourne. As some things have changed in the tennis world since the schedule was drawn up, there may be a few strange looks as to why the players for this tournament are not all women, as is now the norm apparently.


    You guys have until next week to choose where you wanna go.
  2. morgieb MC Burridge

    I'll take the most unique clay court tournament on the calendar, Hamburg.
  3. Riddy JH Ridd

    Hamburg please
  4. Tartmaster AJ James

    Das ist mein Hamburger.
  5. Benny BS Read

  6. MightyPies DA Alessi

    Hamburg please, sir
    Last edited: Jun 4, 2015
  7. MightyPies DA Alessi

    How long do people have to choose before you just go ahead with simmage?
  8. abyrulesdforum AR Dforum

    I prefer going to Hamburg.. also if there is dubs.. then partner me with Downes.
  9. Chewie JA Chewie

    Aegon please
  10. Droos JP Rhodes

    Aegon please.
  11. MrPrez CM Dyer

    Germany, please.
  12. Rikkomas QG Goldenhaus

    [h=2]Aegon International for me[/h]
  13. Mariner CL Warrington

    Read thread pls
  14. Mousey AJ Son

  15. Lukic L Popovic

  16. Weeman27bob BE Force

    Eastbourne, obviously.

    Got to hit up all those GILFs.
  17. Gazza GJ Weaver

  18. MightyPies DA Alessi

    Apologies, and what happens if you don't nominate? Do you miss out or you auto-select?
  19. KickATinAlong IA Ryabovol

    Hamburg please
  20. Mariner CL Warrington

    I'll choose for you, or if you're inactive you just won't play depending on numbers.

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