Dustin Brown to Play Under German Flag

November 3, 2010 · Print This Article

U S Open 2010 D5 03/09/10 It wasn't to be for Dustin Brown (JAM) as he lose his second round match Photo Anne Parker Fotosports International Photo via Newscom

ATP World Tour star Dustin Brown will play his first event this week under the German flag. Previously playing under the Jamaican flag, Brown failed to receive the adequate funding that he needed from the Caribbean country.

Taking part in the Eckental Challenger this week, Brown will play his second round match against Matthias Bachinger on Thursday.

Brown, 25, cracked the top 100 earlier this year, and is the top seed in Eckental this week.

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One Response to “Dustin Brown to Play Under German Flag”

  1. short balls: dent says farewell to tennis « tennis served fresh on November 9th, 2010 11:57 am

    [...] have landed. Dustin Brown, our favorite wearer of the neon-color palette, is taking his allegiance to Germany from Jamaica. The top 100 player cited a lack of funding for the move. His mother is German. The Uberoi sisters, [...]

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