The 2012 Singapore ATP Challenger is the only professional tennis tournament being held in Singapore in 2012. The inaugural event last year is going ahead for a second time and OnCourt Advantage encourages YOU to make a difference to tennis in Singapore by showing that you REALLY support Singapore tennis so that world-class professional tennis can continue in Singapore for a third year and beyond!
The event organisers and sponsors are proud to announce that you DO NOT have to buy tickets this year. YOU simply have to register at the Official website (http://www.singaporeatpchallenger.com/tickets.html) for your tickets before they are all given away-> Singapore Tennis Challenger OR you can register at the event on the day you want to attend.
In order to have both the ATP Tour men’s professional tennis champions playing tennis in Singapore EVERY year, it is up to YOU to share this page on Facebook and by email with all of your Singapore friends to help make sure everyone possible knows all the necessary details, including how to register for tickets.
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The 2012 Singapore ATP Challenger is being held at the Singapore Island Country Club at the Bukit Location for the first time. The tournament is played on Plexipave hard courts and the centre court seats 700 spectators. The are three covered courts in case of rain and four outdoor courts. The total prize money for the 2012 men’s ATP tournament is $50,000 US dollars.
This tournament runs from Saturday 25 February to Sunday 4 March. The singles qualifying event is being held on Saturday 25 February to Monday 27 February. The main draw singles event also begins on Monday 27 February through to the Men’s Singles Final day on Sunday 4 March.
The 2011 Singapore ATP Challenger men’s singles champion was the unseeded Dmitry TURSUNOV who defeated the No.5 seed Lukas ROSOL in the final 6-4, 6-2 to earn 90 ATP ranking points and $7,200 in prize money. The 29-year-old Tursunov is the current World No.49 after achieving a career-high ranking to date of No.20 on 2 October 2006. The 1.85m Russian has made the 3rd round at all four Grand Slam singles events with a career-best 4th round result at Wimbledon in both 2005 and in 2006.
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