Pilot pen officials await late entries

Pilot pen officials await late entries

There are 1 comment on the Stamford Advocate story from Aug 15, 2009, titled Pilot pen officials await late entries. In it, Stamford Advocate reports that:

One men's wild card has gone to Taylor Dent. A second went to John Isner. Now, all Pilot Pen tournament director Anne Worcester can do is wait.

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Ciarrai

North Billerica, MA

#1 Aug 16, 2009
It would be nice if the writer gave thought before announcing that Robby Ginepri is kind of out of the running for a wild card at the New Haven tournament because his rank as 69th best player in the doesn't "show it". Ginepri won in Indianapolis and always goes all out. The latter is more than can be said for Monfils. Besides, Monfils can't hold a candle to the preeminent showman who is in the tournament: the one and only, Fabrice Santoro.

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