ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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MD Singles Entry Lists

Entries
Seed* Name Current Ranking Entry Ranking

1 Daniil Medvedev 1 1
2 Alexander Zverev 2 2
3 Rafael Nadal 3 3
4 Stefanos Tsitsipas 4 4
5 Casper Ruud 5 5
6 Carlos Alcaraz 6 6
7 Novak Djokovic 7 7
8 Andrey Rublev 8 8
9 Felix Auger-Aliassime 9 9
10 Jannik Sinner 10 10
11 Cameron Norrie 11 11
12 Hubert Hurkacz 12 12
13 Taylor Fritz 13 13
14 Diego Schwartzman 14 14
15 Matteo Berrettini 15 15
16 Marin Cilic 16 16
Reilly Opelka 17 17
Pablo Carreno Busta 18 18
Grigor Dimitrov 19 19
Roberto Bautista Agut 20 20
Gael Monfils 21 21
John Isner 22 22
Denis Shapovalov 23 23
Botic van de Zandschulp 24 24
Nikoloz Basilashvili 25 25
Alex de Minaur 26 26
Karen Khachanov 27 27
Holger Rune 28 28
Frances Tiafoe 29 29
Filip Krajinovic 30 30
Miomir Kecmanovic 31 31
Tommy Paul 32 32
Jenson Brooksby 33 33
Sebastian Baez 34 34
Daniel Evans 35 35
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina 36 36
Oscar Otte 37 37
Albert Ramos-Vinolas 38 38
Francisco Cerundolo 39 39
Aslan Karatsev 40 40
Maxime Cressy 41 41
Alexander Bublik 42 42
Borna Coric 189 27 (PR)
Stan Wawrinka 290 22 (PR)
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Name Current Ranking Entry Ranking

1 Emil Ruusuvuori 43 43
2 Alex Molcan 44 44
3 Nick Kyrgios 45 45
4 Tallon Griekspoor 47 47
5 Benjamin Bonzi 48 48
6 Brandon Nakashima 49 49
7 Mackenzie McDonald 50 50
8 Pedro Martinez 51 51
9 Andy Murray 52 52
10 Laslo Djere 53 53
11 Ilya Ivashka 54 54
12 Arthur Rinderknech 55 55
13 Cristian Garin 56 56
14 Dusan Lajovic 57 57
15 Hugo Gaston 58 58
16 Sebastian Korda 59 59
17 Joao Sousa 60 60
18 Marcos Giron 61 61
19 Daniel Altmaier 62 62
20 Lorenzo Sonego 63 63
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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Zverev? really? wonder if he is fit enough to be even hopeful...?
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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Again - I think entry is automatic into this tournament. I believe it's a 'mandatory'.
That is, all the players are entered automatically, then it's up to them to withdraw.
Djokovic's name is also on the entry list, although right now, he can't get into Canada because of his unvaccinated status.

In any case, entry lists to ANY tournament 3 weeks before the tournament starts are rather useless, as there are always several changes in those 3 weeks.
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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I hope Nick Kyrgios gets into this tournament and then gets bounced out right away. :lol:
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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Zverev. There is NO way he has recovered from a 3-torn-ligaments ankle injury in this short a span of time. That is an injury that keeps basketball players out for almost a year, at a minimum.
Rafa's torn abs are another thing. This is in about there more weeks. That muscle has to heal properly, or re-rupturing will be just one single hard hit serve. I say, see him at Cincy. At best.
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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What about FAA who certainly has not been playing his best lately? This is his home country tournament and could that spark him to rise up and do well?
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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He'll do well. He will not win.
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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ponchi101 wrote: Fri Jul 15, 2022 7:25 pm He'll do well. He will not win.
Something just doesn't seem right about his game either, but this being his home tournament I think he will do fine. I do like Jannik Sinner.
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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Does one need to be vaccinated against covid to enter Canada?
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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Yes.

Baseball players are having to miss regular season games when teams travel to Toronto if they are unvaccinated.
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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jazzyg wrote: Thu Jul 21, 2022 1:20 pm Yes.

Baseball players are having to miss regular season games when teams travel to Toronto if they are unvaccinated.
Then what about a baseball players/players from other countries like the Dominican Republic if they decide against the vaccine then there entire baseball career is out the window because they cannot play in the United States or Toronto.
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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I was just wondering what's the likely next tournament for Djokovic. Probably some smaller 250 like Metz in mid September. Otherwise maybe Swiss Indoors and Paris Masters in late October. I doubt he'd be allowed in Asia either unless maybe he wants to go to Astana. On the other hand qualification for WTF is likely out of the question so maybe he shuts it down till 2023 clay season???
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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Cuckoo4Coco wrote: Thu Jul 21, 2022 1:41 pm ...

Then what about a baseball players/players from other countries like the Dominican Republic if they decide against the vaccine then there entire baseball career is out the window because they cannot play in the United States or Toronto.
The USA is almost the sole place where you have a significant number of loonies that see vaccination as a threat (I guess Serbia is another). Any baseball player from Venezuela. DR, PR or any other place understands that if you want your $25MM contract, you get the jab.
I mean, we are stupid, but not THAT stupid.
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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ponchi101 wrote: Thu Jul 21, 2022 2:51 pm
Cuckoo4Coco wrote: Thu Jul 21, 2022 1:41 pm ...

Then what about a baseball players/players from other countries like the Dominican Republic if they decide against the vaccine then there entire baseball career is out the window because they cannot play in the United States or Toronto.
The USA is almost the sole place where you have a significant number of loonies that see vaccination as a threat (I guess Serbia is another). Any baseball player from Venezuela. DR, PR or any other place understands that if you want your $25MM contract, you get the jab.
I mean, we are stupid, but not THAT stupid.
That would be pretty stupid to throw away your career and that kind of money.
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Re: ATP M1000 Montreal 8/7 - 8/14 2022

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Suliso wrote: Thu Jul 21, 2022 2:50 pm I was just wondering what's the likely next tournament for Djokovic. Probably some smaller 250 like Metz in mid September. Otherwise maybe Swiss Indoors and Paris Masters in late October. I doubt he'd be allowed in Asia either unless maybe he wants to go to Astana. On the other hand qualification for WTF is likely out of the question so maybe he shuts it down till 2023 clay season???
I had forgotten that Asia is also being very strict with vaccination. China, as you say, is off limits for him, although they are always open to negotiations. Japan is off limits.
He could not even come to play to S. America for the small clay circuit after the Aussie. All of our countries are adamant on vaccination before you enter.
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