Charleston/Berlin/Rome as a predictor of the Roland Garros winner (analysis). -
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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old May 11th, 2008, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
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Charleston/Berlin/Rome as a predictor of the Roland Garros winner (analysis).

in 6 of the last 10 years, the Roland Garros winner also won 1 of the 3 clay Tier 1 lead-up events.

Charleston correctly predicted the RG winner 4 times, Berlin 3 times, and Rome 1 time (in 2005 Henin won both Charleston and Berlin).


Charleston - Coetzer
Berlin - Martinez
Rome - (don't remember)
RG - Sanchez


Charleston - Hingis
Berlin - Hingis
Rome - V Williams
RG - Graf


Charleston - Pierce
Berlin - Martinez
Rome - Seles
RG - Pierce


Charleston - Capriati
Berlin - Mauresmo
Rome - Dokic
RG - Capriati


Charleston - Majoli
Berlin - Henin
Rome - S Williams
RG - S Williams


Charleston - Henin
Berlin - Henin
Rome - Clijsters
RG - Henin


Charleston - V Williams
Berlin - Mauresmo
Rome - Mauresmo
RG - Myskina


Charleston - Henin
Berlin - Henin
Rome - Mauresmo
RG - Henin


Charleston - Petrova
Berlin - Petrova
Rome - Hingis
RG - Henin


Charleston - Jankovic
Berlin - Henin
Rome - Jankovic
RG - Henin


Charleston - S Williams
Berlin - Safina
Rome - ?
RG - ????????
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Re: Charleston/Berlin/Rome as a predictor of the Roland Garros winner (analysis).

Henin lost to Sveta in Berlin 2007

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Re: Charleston/Berlin/Rome as a predictor of the Roland Garros winner (analysis).

Ivanovic won Berlin in 2007, not Henin.

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