Entry List Atp Challenger Burnie 2023

Entry list ATP Challenger Burnie 2023


Between January 30 and February 5, the Australian town of Burnie will host the class 75 ATP Challenger on hard courts.

The Caterpillar Burnie International will host another tournament in Australia at the start of the season. A day after the conclusion of the Australian Open, many local players will have a chance to score on this trip, which has nine players in the top 300. Three years later, this tournament is back on the calendar. His last champion was Taro Daniel, but basically he is not in the fight.

We have one of the champions as Omar Jasika who already knew what it was like to win the championship in the 2017 season. Jason Kubler which is the top 100 is the main seed of this tournament before you know what can happen if any tennis player participates inside the invitations which are the three main draws. From 2009 to 2020 there was an uninterrupted competition and in addition to Jasika, Bernard Tomic in 2010, John Millman in 2013 and Reid in 2014 are other local players who know what it is to win.

Participant list ATP Challenger 75 Burnie

  1. Jason Kubler (#86/AUS)
  2. James Duckworth (No. 157/AUS)
  3. Rinky Hijikata (No. 169/AUS)
  4. Max Purcell (No. 204/AUS)
  5. Rio Noguchi (No. 207/JPN)
  6. Li Tu (No. 209/AUS)
  7. Omar Jasika (no. 226/AUS)
  8. Dane Sweeny (No. 240/AUS)
  9. Hiroki Moriya (No. 274/JPN)
  10. Marc Polmans (No. 303/AUS)
  11. Yasutaka Uchiyama (No. 307/JPN)
  12. Tristan Schoolkate (No. 365/AUS)
  13. James McCabe (No. 386/AUS)
  14. Yuta Shimizu (No. 398/JPN)
  15. Adam Walton (No. 433/AUS)
  16. Dayne Kelly (No. 436/AUS)
  17. Naoki Nakagawa (No. 465/JPN)
  18. Rubin Statham (#466/NZL)
  19. Ajeet Rai (No. 470/AUS)
  20. Shintaro Imai (No. 471/JPN)
  21. Thomas Fancutt (No. 497/AUS)
  22. Makoto Ochi (No. 528/JPN)
  23. Maxime Chazal (No. 529/FRA)
  24. toilet
  25. toilet
  26. toilet
  27. Q
  28. Q
  29. Q
  30. Q
  31. Q
  32. Q

Alternative entry list Challenger Burnie

  1. Shinji Hazawa (No. 538/JPN)
  2. Yuki Mochizuki (No. 541/JPN)
  3. Philip Sekulic (No. 544/AUS)
  4. Shuichi Sekiguchi (No. 553/JPN)
  5. Luke Saville (No. 561/AUS)
  6. Alex Bolt (No. 639/AUS)
  7. Blake Ellis (No. 667/AUS)
  8. Edward Winter (No. 673/AUS)
  9. Yusuke Takahashi (No. 711/JPN)
  10. Daisuke Sumizawa (No. 746/JPN)

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