Radio Contest serving Box Seats at Sarasota Open

The Sarasota Open Serves a winning experience for WSRQ Radio  Listeners!

WSRQ Radio has partnered with the Sarasota Open to bring our listeners a great Tennis experience. Not only are we going to be broadcasting live from the Men’s and Women’s finals on April 21 & 22nd, but we are also going to be holding a contest to offer our lucky listeners a chance to enjoy the Sarasota Open in person.

For three consecutive weeks, starting March 26th, we will be asking our listeners to write down the answers to the questions that we are asking during the live broadcast of The Nilon Report – WSRQ’s Live and Local new talk program that airs weekdays at 5pm. Then at the end of the given week, we will announce on air the winner of Box Seats (4 tickets, valued at $1000.00) to the Sarasota Open.

Contest Rules:

Starting on Monday, March 26th, on the Nilon Repot at 5pm, we will be asking questions about the Sarasota Open. One question per day.

To qualify to be a winner, the answers must be collected from each day of broadcast that week and submitted to with the subject line: Sarasota Open Contest by 4pm- the day of the winning announcement. Those dates are : Friday, March 30th, Thursday, April 5th, and Thursday April 12th .  On those dates, the winner of that week will be announced, live on air during the 5p.m. broadcast.

For more information, tune into The Nilon Report each weekday at 5 p.m.  106.9 FM & 1220 AM and online at


Week 1 Questions

Q: Kei Nishikori, the singles winner from 2010, recently earned acclaim in the tennis world for doing what?

Q: The Sarasota Open attracts some of the best players from around the world. Singles winners from the last three Sarasota Open Tournaments were from which three countries?

Q: The Sarasota Open has drawn players from all around the world; but what player will be closer to home after taking a wild card to compete at Longboat Key this year?

Q: The Sarasota Open is known for attracting some of the top talent in the Tennis World—what are the highest career ranks of the last two tournament champions?