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Doubles final winners
The Austrian duet Jurgen Melzer/Julian Knowle won the St. Petersburg Open-2005 doubles final outplaying one of the world’s strongest tandems Max Mirnyi/Jonas Bjorkman in the toughest 3-set match (4:6, 7:5, 7:5).
THOMAS JOHANSSON: ST.PETERSBURG OPEN IS MY FAVOURITE TOURNAMENT
Thomas Johansson, St. Petersburg Open-2005 winner, at the post-match press conference: «If you win a tournament more than once, it is becoming your favourite competition. The St. Petersburg Open is not an exception. It has wonderful organization, surface, and very good spectators.»
THOMAS JOHANSSON WON ST. PETERSBURG OPEN-2005
Today at the closing St. Petersburg Open-2005 final Thomas Johansson of Sweden captured his second St. Petersburg Open title defeating Nicolas Kiefer of Germany who lost to Igor Andreev in the Kremlin Cup final two weeks ago. Well, Russia’s Evgeny Kafelnikov and Sargis Sargisian also played Moscow and St. Petersburg finals in 1996 and 2003 accordingly but failed to win either of them...
THOMAS JOHANSSON IS THE WINNER OF ST.PETERSBURG OPEN-2005!
Thomas Johansson of Sweden havepowerfully overplayed Nocolas Kiefer of Germany in the final match of St.Petersburg Open-2005 Tournament.
St. Petersburg Open Company continues the preparation for the XI International Tennis Tournament ATP St. Petersburg Open 2005 which will take place from 24 to 30 October.
The strongest tennis players will compete in St. Petersburg for the prize fund of 1 million dollars.
Just before the Open, the St. Petersburg Best Players Tournament will take place. Its aim is to identify the best tennis players in the city and its areas as well as the Wild Card to the St. Petersburg Open man draw offer to the winner. The tennis players who take the 2nd and 3rd places also get the award: the Wild Card into St. Petersburg Open Qualifications.
Traditionally during the St. Petersburg Open week, the annual Junior St. Petersburg Open takes place. It is organized in order to popularize the tennis game among the junior sportsmen. The participants' age is limited to 14 years. All the participants are provided with the accommodation and meals during the tournament.
St.Petersburg Open award ceremony 2005
Finalist Nicolas Kiefer (left) and winner of the XI International Tennis Tournament ATP St. Petersburg Open Thomas Johansson
No one could predict the final score of the St. Petersburg Open 2005.
287 people sent their forecasts.
13 people out of 341 could tell the winner of the St. Petersburg Open 2005. We kindly ask them to get in touch with the Tournament Directorate via email firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to thank everybody who took part in the contests and / or visited the Tournament.