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Bavarian International Tennis Championships

The Bavarian International Tennis Championships is a mens tennis tournament held at the MTTC Iphitos in Munich, Germany. Held since 1900, the tournament is played on outdoor clay courts and is a part of the ATP Tour schedule.

2010 BMW Open

The 2010 BMW Open was a mens tennis tournament that was played on outdoor clay courts. It was the 95th edition of the BMW Open, and was part of the ATP World Tour 250 series of the 2010 ATP World Tour. The event took place in Munich, Germany, from 2 May until 9 May 2010. The draw was led by the defending champion Tomas Berdych, Russian Mikhail Youzhny and Croatian Marin Čilic.

Wheelchair tennis

Wheelchair Tennis is one of the forms of tennis adapted for wheelchair users. The size of the court, net height, rackets, are the same, but there are two major differences from pedestrian tennis: athletes use specially designed wheelchairs, and the ball may bounce up to two times, where the second bounce may also occur outside the court. Wheelchair tennis is played at Grand Slams, and is one of the sports contested at the Summer Paralympics. There are three categories; Men, Women, and Quads; each category has singles and doubles tournaments. The Quad, the newest division, is for players th ...

Overwatch seasonal events

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Alan Tennie

Alan Tennie is a Scottish singer, songwriter and musician from Bearsden, Glasgow. On 26 June 2013, Alan released his first EP Never Mind The Rain on digital platforms including Itunes. Peter McGee of music website BluesBunny gave the EP a rating of 4 out of 5 adding I can only write so many words on Never Mind The Rain, which is a shame because theres plenty to like about it that Ive had to omit. In November of the same year, Tennie appeared on the BBC Alba television programme Buskers. Tennie also provided the music and vocals for the song One Good Reason which was written for the Scottis ...

Grand Slam (tennis)

The Grand Slam tournaments, also called majors, are the four most important annual tennis events. They offer the most ranking points, prize money, public and media attention, the greatest strength and size of field, and greater number of "best of" sets for men, which is 5. The Grand Slam itinerary consists of the Australian Open in mid January, the French Open from around late May to early June, Wimbledon in June–July, and the US Open in August–September. Each tournament is played over a two-week period. The Australian and United States tournaments are played on hard courts, the French on ...

South African Open (tennis)

The South African Open – formerly known as the South African Championships, and for sponsorship reasons the Altech NCR South African Open and the Panasonic South African Open – is a defunct Grand Prix Tennis Tour, World Championship Series, ATP Tour and Virginia Slims Circuit affiliated tennis tournament played from 1891 to 2011 in South Africa. It was part of the pre-open era international seasonal tours from 1891 to 1967 from 1968 to 1971, part of the open era independent events tour from 1972, when it became part the mens Grand Prix Tour until 1989. The womens side of the competition wa ...

Canadian Open (tennis)

The Canadian Open, also known as the Canada Masters and known for sponsorship reasons as the Rogers Cup presented by National Bank, is an annual tennis tournament held in Canada. The second-oldest tournament in all of tennis, the Canadian Opens mens competition is a Masters 1000 event on the Association of Tennis Professionals tour. The womens competition is a Premier 5 tournament on the Womens Tennis Association tour. The competition is played on hard courts. The events alternate from year to year between the cities of Montreal and Toronto. Since 1980 in odd-numbered years the mens tourna ...

Basilio L. Sarmiento

Basilio L. Sarmiento was a Filipino poet in the Tagalog language. Basilio Sarmiento was born on June 14, 1890 in Banga, a barangay in Meycauayan in the Philippine province of Bulacan. He was the eldest of five children of Domingo Sarmiento and Engracia Latigar. His father was a fisherman while his mother was a market vendor. Sarmiento learned to read and write from his father. His secondary education, he studied at Malolos and Manila High School. From 1911 to 1913 he studied at the Philippine School of Commerce, where he learned typing and shorthand. After graduating from the Civil Service ...

Abelardo Estorino

Abelardo Estorino was born in Union de Reyes on 29 January 1925. After Bachillerato studies in Matanzas, he trained as a dental surgeon and practiced as such for three years 1954–1957, dividing time between the job and his literary vocation. He wrote his first play, Hay un muerto en la calle, in 1954. It remains unpublished. The success of his second dramatic work, El peine y el espejo, written in 1956 but released in 1960, placed him firmly in the world of literature and drama. After studying stage direction at the Teatro Estudio de Cuba and working with Julio Matas and Herberto Dume, it ...

Monkey tennis

Alan Gordon Partridge is a comedic character portrayed by English actor Steve Coogan. A parody of British television personalities, Partridge is an inept broadcaster whose inflated sense of celebrity drives him to treachery and shameless self-promotion. Coogan described Partridge as a Little Englander, with right-wing values and poor taste. Partridge was created by Coogan and Armando Iannucci for the 1991 BBC Radio 4 comedy programme On the Hour, a spoof of English current affairs broadcasting, as the shows sports presenter. In 1992, Partridge hosted a spin-off Radio 4 spoof chat show, Kno ...

Summon the Heroes

Summon the Heroes is a one-movement orchestral composition written for the 1996 Summer Olympics by the American composer John Williams for the National Broadcasting Company. It premiered July 19, 1996, at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia. The composition was dedicated to Tim Morrison, trumpet soloist of the Boston Pops Orchestra. The piece is the third of four compositions Williams has written for the Olympics, following 1984s Olympic Fanfare and Theme and 1988s Olympic Spirit, and preceding 2002s Call of the Champions.

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