Dusan Lajovic: 'In Miami if you are a qualifier, you are not a player'- View: 10437 by Gatto Luigi
The fact that the Miami is at organisational level worse than Indian Wells has been known for a long time. For example, in a recent interview the 2015 US Open champion Flavia Pennetta had said that Indian Wells offers more facilities than the other event that takes place in March.
We have another proof by the Serbian tennis player Dusan Lajovic, who recently tweeted 'Apparently if you are a qualifier you are not a player at Miami Open and can't use the transportation cars', wrote Lajovic, who will play against the Slovakian World No.
143 Grega Zemlja on Monday in the first round. If he wins, Lajovic will face Nicolas Kicker or the Australian player Andrew Whittington in the second round.
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Apparently if you are a qualifier you are not a player at @MiamiOpen and can't use the transportation cars...
— Dusan Lajovic (@Dutzee) 19 marzo 2017