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Challenger Series tournaments in a sentence

1. In 1998, Agassi began a rigorous conditioning program and worked his way back up the rankings by playing in Challenger Series tournaments, a circuit for pro players ranked outside the world's top 50. After returning to top physical and mental shape, Agassi recorded the most successful period of his tennis career and also played classic matches in that period against Pete Sampras and Patrick Rafter.

2. Schüttler started the tour at the Qatar Open where he confronted Teymuraz Gabashvili in the singles, but lost 3–5, 6–7. He also played doubles with Guillermo García-López confronting Marco Chiudinelli and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, to whom they lost 1–6, 2–6. At the Australian Open, he played ninth seed Fernando Verdasco in the first round, but lost 1–6, 3–6, 2–6. He then played several Challenger series tournaments.

3. these included a runner-up appearance at Surbiton, United Kingdom, and a win in the doubles event at the Italian Junior Championships, partnering Martín García. From 1995–1999, Cañas played mainly Challenger Series tournaments, that is, the level of competition directly below that of the ATP Tour.

4. He won five Challenger series tournaments and finished runner-up at one top-level event in Santiago.

5. After a series of injuries between 2000 and 2002, he had to start from the bottom of the ATP rankings, and played mostly in Challenger Series tournaments.

6. He was an Australian Institute of Sport scholarship holder. He won two ATP Tour singles titles (Coral Springs in 1998 and Atlanta in 2000), as well as five Challenger Series tournaments.

7. During 2006, Patience won three ATP Challenger Series tournaments.

8. Other remark : Michel Sutter chose about 150–200 tournaments each year including some invitation tournaments or tournaments which were at the time (before the nineties) the equivalent of the challenger series tournaments of today.

9. He mainly played ATP Challenger Series tournaments, capturing one singles and two doubles titles.

10. He won two ATP Challenger Series tournaments during his career, the first in Andorra in 1993 and the other at Aachen in his home country.

11. The most notable event in this edition is the participation of former No. 1 Marcelo Ríos in the tournament, after a 5-year absence from the ATP Challenger Series tournaments.