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Old 04-10-2013, 10:57 AM   #1
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Default Power Play League #57 - Monte-Carlo 2013

WELCOME TO THE TALK TENNIS 2013 MONTE-CARLO ROLEX MASTERS (04/14 - 04/21) POWER PLAY LEAGUE

Welcome to the third ATP Masters 1000 event of the 2013 tennis year, which will also be our third Monte-Carlo Masters Power Play League tournament.

HOW TO PLAY:

For each round of matches, we assign scoring points to each individual. For example, a match between Novak Djokovic (12,920) and David Ferrer (6,505) would have the following scoring points:

[1] N Djokovic (SRB) vs. [5] D Ferrer (ESP) - (7-14)

For the Monte-Carlo Masters, as it's an ATP Masters 1000, the player picks the winner of 16 out of 55 matches (not all from one round) based on the provided scoring points. The scoring points are calculated by a mathematical formula based on the players’ rankings. The objective of the game is to pick a mix of upsets and "sure bets" that will give you the highest score. All matches will be posted in the thread with scoring points while also being available in the League File. We hope you all join and we can make this bigger and better than our previous events!

REMINDER: You can join at any time (even if you want to pick just the final) but to make all 16 picks for Monte-Carlo Masters, you must make your first pick before the conclusion of the SECOND ROUND.

Monte-Carlo Points Scale:


Overall Rankings: The Top Ten


At any point during the 2013 PPL season, the following participants can choose to double up on a pick. The double up needs to be announced before the match begins.
  • 24*7 Tennis
  • Locotus


2013 Power Play League Tournaments (HTML Link)
2012 Power Play League Tournaments (HTML Link)
2011 Power Play League Tournaments (HTML Link)
2010 Power Play League Tournaments (HTML Link)

Power Play League Overall Rankings (HTML Link)

Please post in this thread if you'll be playing and we will add your name to the file. Have fun!
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