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July 27, 2009


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Scott Graham (Cal Law editor)

It appears that he won the futures event.
If it's a $10,000 event then he probably received about $3,000 (got to pay Nos. 2 through 32). According to, he is currently ranked No. 913 in the world. He beat two players ranked about No. 650 on his way to winning the tournament.

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Strode advanced Thursday to the quarterfinals of the Millennium Tennis Club $10,000 Men’s Futures, which has a total prize of $10,000. Not sure if the winner gets all $10,000, but winning half of that is still a good chunk of change

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