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TOURNAMENT LOWDOWN.

ATP ABN AMRO World Tournament Venue Ahoy Arena, Rotterdam, Holland Prize money EUR1,450,000 (EUR279,500 to winner) Ranking points to winner 500 Surface Indoor Decoturf hard courts Ball Wilson US Open Extra Duty When to bet Starts 10am Where to watch Live on Sky Sports from Thursday Time difference Rotterdam is one hour ahead of the UK and Ireland ATP SAP Open Venue HP Pavilion, San Jose, California Prize money $531,000 ($92,000 to winner) Ranking points to winner 250 Surface Indoor Premier hard courts with Latexite surface Ball Prince Tour Extra-Duty Felt When to bet Starts 5.45pm Time difference San Jose is eight hours behind the UK and Ireland ATP Brazil Open Venue Costa do Sauipe, Bahia, Brazil Prize money $527,700 ($85,700 to winner) Ranking points to winner 250 Surface Outdoor red clay Ball Babolat Team When to bet Starts 1pm Weather forecast Unsettled until Friday when it will get brighter. High temp 32C Time difference Costa do Sauipe is two hours behind of the UK and Ireland WTA Open GDF Suez Venue Stade Pierre de Coubertin, Paris, France Prize money $618,000 ($103,000 to winner) Category Premier (470 ranking points to winner) Surface Indoor Greenset hard courts When to bet Starts 11am Where to watch Live on Eurosport daily from tomorrow Time difference Paris is one hour ahead of the UK and Ireland WTA PTT Pattaya Open Venue Dusit Thani Hotel, Pattaya, Thailand Prize money $220,000 ($37,000 to winner) Category International (280 ranking points to winner) Surface Outdoor hard courts When to bet Starts 8am Weather forecast Sunny and clear all week. High temperature 32C. Time difference Pattaya is seven hours ahead of the UK and Ireland
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Feb 7, 2011
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