1971 Rothmans International Vancouver
|1971 Rothmans International Vancouver|
|Category||World Championship Tennis (WCT)|
|Draw||31S / 15D|
|Surface||Carpet / indoor|
|Location||Vancouver, BC, Canada|
|Roy Emerson / Rod Laver|
The 1971 Rothmans International Vancouver, also known as the Vancouver WCT, was a men's professional tennis tournament that was part of the 1971 World Championship Tennis circuit. It was held on indoor carpet courts at the PNE Agrodome in Vancouver, British Columbia in Canada. It was the second edition of the tournament and was held from 3 October through 11 October 1971. Fourth-seeded Ken Rosewall won the singles title and earned $10,000 first-prize money.
- It was Rosewall's 7th singles title of the year and the 20th of his career in the Open Era.
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- Dennis Feser (12 October 1971). "Ken Rosewall's age doesn't show on court". The Vancouver Sun – via Newspapers.com.
- "1971 Vancouver WCT – Singles draw". Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).
- "1971 Vancouver WCT – Doubles draw". Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).
- John Barrett, ed. (1972). World of Tennis '72. London: Queen Anne Press. pp. 149, 152. ISBN 9780362001037. OCLC 86035663.
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