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Keys Gate Open October 30 - November 7, 2004

The first annual Keys Gate Open saw Romanian Razvan Sabau take home top billing in the men’s $50,000 Pro Circuit Challenger held November 1 – 7, at the Keys Gate Tennis Club in Homestead. Sabau, who took out KJ Hippensteel, top seeded Kevin Kim (USA), and runner-up Wesley Moodie (RSA), gained 60 ATP points and $7200 for the win.
The tournament saw players from thirteen countries around the world, with the top seeded Kim ranked #108. Upsets were abundant in the first and second rounds, as seeds Alex Bogomolov Jr, Paul Goldstein, Glenn Weiner, Jeff Salzenstein and Hugo Armando all were defeated. Justin Gimelstob was forced to pull out in the second round due to injury.

In doubles action, top seeded Tripp Philips and Huntley Montgomery (USA) were topped by Gabriel Trifu (ROM) and Glenn Weiner (USA) in the final. 

Besides world class tennis, the Keys Gate Open held events through the week long event. A ladies night comprised of drills taught by the pro players, a kid’s day with an on-court clinic, and a school field trip with a demonstration and a Q & A session with some of the professional players were all part of the nine day tournament. 

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