- May 4, 2009
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Scunny, Furth
He is back in Perth once more.
I know the WA gov pays him a lot of money, but he must enjoy it quite a lot.
I was about to ask the same, what happens to Brisbane, Sydney and Hopman Cup ? Sydney International is already struggling to attract top players and crowdshttps://www.tennis.com.au/news/2018/07/02/atp-2020-world-team-cup-australia
Sounds like this might actually happen. What i can't work put is what this means for Brisbane and Sydnet tournaments. I would expect this will be the end of the Hopman Cup.
I'd like to know what the main driver for this is. I think it is to try and and have more attractive mens tennis in Sydney.
https://www.perthnow.com.au/opinion/gareth-parker/gareth-parker-taxpayers-should-know-payment-to-roger-federer-for-perth-visits-ng-b88881314zCONSECUTIVE state governments have refused to, so let me tell you what impeccably connected people in tennis circles say: tennis ace Roger Federer is being paid to come to Perth. And the price is $2 million.
Despite promising a new era of transparency from opposition, the McGowan Government is in lockstep with its predecessor in declining to reveal financial terms of the deal to bring the Swiss maestro to the Hopman Cup.
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Lol I'm aware of that.. I've seen the tournament many times and posted here for years .The Hopman Cup is always in Perth.
I can understand the confusion. It read as bumps saw it as I did.Lol I'm aware of that.. I've seen the tournament many times and posted here for years .
But I purposely mentioned Melbourne as we have seen Marcos receive a big Greek following when he's played at the Australian open. (Hence why I said especially when Melbourne lol)