Indeed, NUFAN becomes our 16th different Slam winner
None of the top three have made it to the hall of fame before, so good work.
Don't think I would have caught Rob even with the missed day, and excellent tipping towards the end. And day seven.
So...feedback? Thought this worked better than many comps we've had, and the AO is (along with US Open) the worst for me to run.
Messi scores on the rebound.
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Originally Posted by Adolf Grünbaum
Australian Open 2010 - NUFAN
US Open 2009 - Marc71178
Wimbledon 2009 - SirBloody_Idiot
French 2009 - No Comp Held
Australian 2009 - Jono
US Open 2008 - Comp Not Completed
Wimbledon 2008 - Headhunter
French Open 2008 - Kyle
Australian Open 2008 - Hĺkon
US Open 2007 - No Comp Held
Wimbledon 2007 - Matteh
French Open 2007 - Pup Clarke
Australian Open 2007 - Dale
US Open 2006 - Marc71178
Wimbledon 2006 - Alternative
US Open 2006 - No Comp Held
Australian Open 2006 - Blaze
US Open 2005 - Simon
Wimbledon 2005 - No Comp Held
French Open 2005 - Chaminda_00
Australian Open 2005 - Pratyush
Yeh no need for the womens, still a bit undecided on the scoring but happy to go with whatever the person running it wants.
Thanks for running the competition Vimes. Happy with second though after leading or sharing the lead for much of the tournament its nice to know I still have the ability to throw away winning positions.
Pretty stoked to have finally made it on the hall of fame. Cheers for running this again Vimes.
As for feedback, I love the fact that we have to email our picks for the finals, I think we should probably email before the semi's too.
Congrats to NUFAN and kudos to Samuel for the leg work too.
Scoring system seems to work ok, I always thought 64 points (IIRC) for the finals was OTT.
Definitely don't want the women included any earlier either; not overly fussed about having them in it at all tbh.
- As featured in The Independent.
"Predictably, the ending of his international career did not end the argument about Pietersen's merits, as an army of informed commentators and Piers Morgan weighed in to defend or attack him."
- The Guardian's Andrew Anthony
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