BritBoy

Apr 30th, 2003, 07:07 PM

Here's the 6 second round matches to predict:

(Higher ranked player in CAPS)

Schiavone v DANIILIDOU

HANTUCHOVA v Zuluaga

CHLADKOVA v Parra

Kleinova v SERNA

Voracova v MAURESMO

Daniilidou/Schiavone v KRIZAN/SREBOTNIK

This is how it works:

I give you 18 matches over the course of the tournament to predict the outcomes of. All you have to do is say which player will win and whether they will win in either 2 or 3 sets. It's that simple! :)

For example:

Clijsters d. Hantuchova in 2 sets

If Clijsters wins in 2 sets, you get 10 POINTS for a perfect prediction. If she wins in 3, you get 5 POINTS for correctly guessing the winner. If Hantuchova wins in either 2 or 3 sets, you get NO POINTS.

The maximum number of points available in the tournament is 180.

At the end of the tournament the number of points won by each player will be converted into a percentage (HIT RATING).

Please do not EDIT OR ADD predictions after matches have started. If a player withdraws or retires during the match, the match is VOID.

Good luck! ;)

(Higher ranked player in CAPS)

Schiavone v DANIILIDOU

HANTUCHOVA v Zuluaga

CHLADKOVA v Parra

Kleinova v SERNA

Voracova v MAURESMO

Daniilidou/Schiavone v KRIZAN/SREBOTNIK

This is how it works:

I give you 18 matches over the course of the tournament to predict the outcomes of. All you have to do is say which player will win and whether they will win in either 2 or 3 sets. It's that simple! :)

For example:

Clijsters d. Hantuchova in 2 sets

If Clijsters wins in 2 sets, you get 10 POINTS for a perfect prediction. If she wins in 3, you get 5 POINTS for correctly guessing the winner. If Hantuchova wins in either 2 or 3 sets, you get NO POINTS.

The maximum number of points available in the tournament is 180.

At the end of the tournament the number of points won by each player will be converted into a percentage (HIT RATING).

Please do not EDIT OR ADD predictions after matches have started. If a player withdraws or retires during the match, the match is VOID.

Good luck! ;)