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2008 ATP Challenger Series

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The ATP Challenger Series was, in 2008, the second tier tour for professional tennis organised by the ATP. The series included tournaments with prize money ranging from $25,000 up to $150,000.

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Schedule

The table below shows the 2008 ATP Challenger Series schedule.

November

+H: Any Challenger or Futures providing hospitality shall receive the points of the next highest prize money level in that category. $/€ 25,000+H Challengers receive points shown at$/€ 50,000. Monies shown for Challengers and Futures are on-site prize amounts.

Statistical Information

List of players and ATP challenger titles won, last name alphabetically:

  • Thomaz Bellucci - Santiago, Florianópolis, Rabat, Tunis (4)
  • Teymuraz Gabashvili - Telde, Karlsruhe, Milan, Mons (4)
  • Go Soeda - Kyoto, Busan, New Delhi, Toyota City (4)
  • Kristof Vliegen - Wrocław, Geneva, Düsseldorf, Grenoble (4)
  • Marcos Daniel - Bogotá, Cali, Bogotá (3)
  • Nicolas Devilder - Braunschweig, Constanţa, Poznań (3)
  • Diego Junqueira - Sanremo, Rimini, Como (3)
  • Yen-Hsun Lu - Waikoloa, New Delhi, Tashkent (3)
  • Iván Navarro - Meknes, Córdoba, Medjugorje (3)
  • Bobby Reynolds - Tallahassee, Baton Rouge, Knoxville (3)
  • Eduardo Schwank - Cremona, Rome, Bordeaux (3)
  • Martín Vassallo Argüello - Asunción, Buenos Aires, Lima (3)
  • Pablo Andújar - Vigo, San Sebastian (2)
  • Andreas Beck - Sarajevo, Dresden (2)
  • Ilija Bozoljac - Ljubljana, Banja Luka (2)
  • Paul Capdeville - Binghamton, Aracaju (2)
  • Brian Dabul - San Luis Potosí, Campos do Jordão (2)
  • Amer Delic - Dallas, Carson (2)
  • Michail Elgin - Saransk, Samarkand (2)
  • Fabio Fognini - Turin, Genova (2)
  • Frederico Gil - Sassuolo, Istanbul (2)
  • Daniel Gimeno-Traver - Aarhus, Brașov (2)
  • Andrey Golubev - Heilbronn, Astana (2)
  • Simon Greul - Freudenstadt, Alphen (2)
  • Jan Hernych - Prague, Bratislava (2)
  • Denis Istomin - Bukhara, Karshi (2)
  • Roko Karanušić - Belgrade, Kolding (2)
  • Robert Kendrick - Louisville, Nashville (2)
  • Kevin Kim - Aptos, Tulsa (2)
  • Daniel Köllerer - Fürth, Cali (2)
  • Giovanni Lapentti - Manta, Quito (2)
  • Hyung-Taik Lee - Seoul, Yokohama (2)
  • Alberto Martín - Trnava, Tarragona (2)
  • Nicolás Massú - Rijeka, Florianópolis (2)
  • Iván Miranda - Salinas, Tunica (2)
  • Mathieu Montcourt - Reggio Emilia, Tampere (2)
  • Gilles Müller - Humacao, Izmir (2)
  • Björn Rehnquist - Guangzhou, Manchester (2)
  • Christophe Rochus - St. Brieuc, Zagreb (2)
  • Vincent Spadea - Waco, Calabasas (2)
  • Tomas Tenconi - Todi, Napoli (2)
  • Filippo Volandri - San Marino, Cordenons (2)
  • Thiago Alves - São Paulo (1)
  • Kevin Anderson - Champaign (1)
  • Thierry Ascione - Cherbourg (1)
  • Younes El Aynaoui - Chiasso (1)
  • Alex Bogdanovic - Granby (1)
  • Stéphane Bohli - Lanzarote (1)
  • Daniel Brands - Timişoara (1)
  • Agustín Calleri - Prostějov (1)
  • Jérémy Chardy - Graz (1)
  • Flavio Cipolla - Nouméa (1)
  • Victor Crivoi - Manerbio (1)
  • Frank Dancevic - Surbiton (1)
  • Sebastián Decoud - Almaty (1)
  • Somdev Devvarman - Lexington (1)
  • Lukáš Dlouhý - Bronx (1)
  • Benedikt Dorsch - Penza (1)
  • Bruno Echagaray - Leon (1)
  • Marc Gicquel - Besançon (1)
  • Máximo González - San Benedetto (1)
  • Santiago González - Belo Horizonte (1)
  • Marcel Granollers - Tanger (1)
  • Denis Gremelmayr - Eckental (1)
  • Robin Haase - Sunrise (1)
  • Luis Horna - Lugano (1)
  • Jesse Huta Galung - Scheveningen (1)
  • Marsel İlhan - Ramat Hasharon (1)
  • John Isner - Lubbock (1)
  • Dieter Kindlmann - New Delhi (1)
  • Evgeny Korolev - Aachen (1)
  • Łukasz Kubot - Oberstaufen (1)
  • Mikhail Kukushkin - Barletta (1)
  • Igor Kunitsyn - Donetsk (1)
  • Michael Lammer - Puebla (1)
  • Jesse Levine - Bradenton (1)
  • Ivan Ljubičić - East London (1)
  • Paolo Lorenzi - Alessandria (1)
  • Peter Luczak - Montevideo (1)
  • Nicolas Mahut - Orléans (1)
  • Xavier Malisse - Moncton (1)
  • Adrian Mannarino - Jersey (1)
  • Leonardo Mayer - Medellín (1)
  • Ivo Minář - Busan (1)
  • Gaël Monfils - Marrakech (1)
  • Albert Montañés - Monza (1)
  • Conor Niland - New Delhi (1)
  • Kei Nishikori - Bermuda (1)
  • Dawid Olejniczak - Mexico City (1)
  • Josselin Ouanna - Rennes (1)
  • Olivier Patience - Cherkassy (1)
  • Éric Prodon - Miami (1)
  • Mariano Puerta - Bogotá (1)
  • Rajeev Ram - Winnetka (1)
  • Rubén Ramírez Hidalgo - La Serena (1)
  • Laurent Recouderc - Bytom (1)
  • Pere Riba - Seville (1)
  • Sergio Roitman - Guayaquil (1)
  • Lukáš Rosol - Košice (1)
  • Fabrice Santoro - Dnipropetrovsk (1)
  • Dudi Sela - Vancouver (1)
  • Andreas Seppi - Bergamo (1)
  • Florent Serra - Szczecin (1)
  • Robert Smeets - Dublin (1)
  • Pavel Šnobel - Fergana (1)
  • Louk Sorensen - Wolfsburg (1)
  • Sergiy Stakhovsky - Segovia (1)
  • Potito Starace - Napoli (1)
  • Ryan Sweeting - Rimouski (1)
  • Dmitry Tursunov - Helsinki (1)
  • Adrian Ungur - Sofia (1)
  • Jiří Vaněk - Ostrava (1)
  • Santiago Ventura - Bucharest (1)
  • Martin Verkerk - Athens (1)
  • Michael Yani - Yuba City (1)
  • Donald Young - Sacramento (1)
  • Horacio Zeballos - Recanati (1)
  • Grega Žemlja - Cancún (1)
  • The following players won their first ATP challenger title:

  • Thomaz Bellucci - Santiago
  • Stéphane Bohli - Lanzarote
  • Daniel Brands - Timişoara
  • Victor Crivoi - Manerbio
  • Somdev Devvarman - Lexington
  • Bruno Echagaray - Leon
  • Fabio Fognini - Turin
  • Andrey Golubev - Heilbronn
  • Santiago González - Belo Horizonte
  • Marsel İlhan - Ramat Hasharon
  • Adrian Mannarino - Jersey
  • Conor Niland - New Delhi
  • Kei Nishikori - Bermuda
  • Dawid Olejniczak - Mexico City
  • Josselin Ouanna - Rennes
  • Rajeev Ram - Winnetka
  • Laurent Recouderc - Bytom
  • Pere Riba - Seville
  • Lukáš Rosol - Košice
  • Andreas Seppi - Bergamo
  • Louk Sorensen - wolfsburg
  • Sergiy Stakhovsky - Segovia
  • Ryan Sweeting - Rimouski
  • Adrian Ungur - Sofia
  • Michael Yani - Yuba City
  • Horacio Zeballos - Recanati
  • Grega Žemlja - Cancún
  • ATP challenger titles won by Nation

  • Argentina 18 (Almaty, Asunción, Bogotá, Bordeaux, Buenos Aires, Campos do Jordão, Como, Cremona, Guayaquil, Medellín, Peru, Prostějov, Recanati, Rimini, Rome, San Benedetto, San Luis Potosí, Sanremo)
  • France 17 (Besançon, Braunschweig, Bytom, Cherbourg, Cherkassy, Constanţa, Dnipropetrovsk, Graz, Jersey, Marrakech, Miami, Orléans, Poznań, Reggio Emilia, Rennes, Szczecin, Tampere)
  •  United States 17 (Aptos, Baton Rouge, Bradenton, Calabasas, Carson, Dallas, Knoxville, Louisville, Lubbock, Nashville, Rimouski, Sacramento, Tallahassee, Tulsa, Waco, Winnetka, Yuba City)
  • Spain 14 (Aarhus, Brașov, Bucharest, Córdoba, La Serena, Medjugorje, Meknes, Monza, San Sebastian, Seville, Tanger, Tarragona, Trnava, Vigo)
  • Russia 11 (Aachen, Barletta, Donetsk, Heilbronn, Helsinki, Karlsruhe, Milan, Mons, Samarkand, Saransk, Telde)
  • Italy 10 (Alessandria, Bergamo, Cordenons, Genova, Napoli, Napoli, Nouméa, San Marino, Todi, Turin)
  • Brazil 8 (Bogotá, Bogotá, Cali, Florianópolis, Rabat, Santiago, São Paulo, Tunis)
  • Germany 8 (Alphen, Dresden, Eckental, Freudenstadt, New Delhi, Penza, Sarajevo, Timişoara)
  • Belgium 7 (Düsseldorf, Geneva, Grenoble, Moncton, St. Brieuc, Wrocław, Zagreb)
  • Czech Republic 6 (Bratislava, Bronx, Busan, Košice, Ostrava, Prague)
  • Japan 5 (Bermuda, Busan, Kyoto, New Delhi, Toyota City)
  • Chile 4 (Aracaju, Binghamton, Florianópolis, Rijeka)
  • Chinese Taipei 3 (New Delhi, Tashkent, Waikoloa)
  • Croatia 3 (Belgrade, East London, Kolding)
  • Netherlands 3 (Athens Scheveningen, Sunrise)
  • Peru 3 (Lugano, Salinas, Tunica)
  • Australia 2 (Dublin, Montevideo)
  • Austria 2 (Cali, Fürth)
  • Ecuador 2 (Manta, Quito)
  • Ireland 2 (New Delhi, Wolfsburg)
  • Luxembourg 2 (Humacao, Izmir)
  • Mexico 2 (Belo Horizonte, Leon)
  • Poland 2 (Mexico City, Oberstaufen)
  • Portugal 2 (Istanbul, Sassuolo)
  • Romania 2 (Manerbio, Sofia)
  • Serbia 2 (Banja Luka, Ljubljana)
  • South Korea 2 (Seoul, Yokohama)
  • Sweden 2 (Guangzhou, Manchester)
  • Switzerland 2 (Lanzarote, Puebla)
  • Uzbekistan 2 (Bukhara, Karshi)
  • Canada 1 (Surbiton)
  • Great Britain 1 (Granby)
  • India 1 (Lexington)
  • Israel 1 (Vancouver)
  • Kazakhstan 1 (Astana)
  • Morocco 1 (Chiasso)
  • Slovenia 1 (Cancún)
  • South Africa 1 (Champaign)
  • Turkey 1 (Ramat Hasharon)
  • Ukraine 1 (Segovia)
  • References

    2008 ATP Challenger Series Wikipedia


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