Discussion in 'Pro Match Results and Discussion' started by JayChu, Jan 5, 2013.
R of 16 Pick: David Ferrer
I was doing so well ... and thought I made a safe pick with DelPo on day 6.
Oh well, I will be watching with breathless anticipation to see who wins this deal.
Just scanned through the spreadsheet....if it's correct, it looks like Locotus picked Nishikori twice.
r16 big berd
Yeah you're right.
I'm sorry Locotus but I will have to nullify your Day 5 pick and eliminate you from there.
Lesson to all:
kishnabe, CDNguy87, TopDawg or myself cannot always monitor the spreadsheet in a thorough manner since the 4 of us are always busy. Please ensure that you always double check the League File so you know what picks NOT to use.
R16: Berdych, please!
Seriously? Kei is 2-1 against David? That one I would never have guessed...
One was when Kei was a teen in 2008, the other was the Olympics.
R16 - Ferrer
R16: : Berdych
R16: David Ferrer
Can't check now - if I'm mistaken and I have already picked him in a previous round/day, then my pick is Ferrer.
Not sure if you saw my pick, might have skipped over it.
Ouch! My bad. Been in a hurry this week. Good luck to all remaining players!
How many players left in this draw?
QF Murray if he comes through
30 players still remain. 29 have advanced to their quarter-finals pick. Only doublebounce is awaiting the outcome of the Tsonga-Gasquet match
Now he looks the Ferrerest of them all..
Awkward moment when you're the only one out of thirty who doesn't pick Berd or Ferrer and is still in R16.
You've really destroyed the symmetry of the spreadsheet....I hope you're happy.
Please excuse a stupid question - where is the spreadsheet?
Check the very first post of this thread and you'll find the link to the spreadsheet
Ah I looked there but missed it the first time - cheers!
Assuming, of course, he gets through the 4th round...
Quarter Finals Murray
QF: D Ferrer
QF Pick: Murray
just noticed this, but why is Kohly on the 'pick at own risk' list? I only remember one time where he majorly trolled people, otherwise he's the exact opposite of pick at own risk and usually a solid pick days 1-4 of big tournaments.
+1 on that!
I concur. His reliability is similar to Ferrer in that his results are very much consistent with his ranking (i.e: always beating lower-ranked players but rarely causing upsets).
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