Talk:AAMI Classic

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Request for wider input on discussion at WikiProject Tennis[edit]

There is a long, ongoing discussion at d in tennis articles on English-language Wikipedia (e.g., this type of table). The discussion is about whether the "official sponsored name" of a tournament - such as Pacific Life Open - or another tournament name without the sponsor - such as Indian Wells Masters - must be used in those articles. Please join the discussion here. Thanks. Tennis expert (talk) 09:00, 4 September 2008 (UTC)

non-sponsor name[edit]

This tournament has a perfectly good non-sponsor name (Kooyong Classic) and is well known by this name, and therefore should not be titled or primarily referred to by the temporary sponsor name. Is anyone against a move to "Kooyong Classic"? — Limabeans 05:12, 12 January 2013 (UTC)