PAW (PICK-A-WINNER) #31
GENERALI OPEN 2005
Welcome to Pick-A-Winner (PAW), the Predictions game!
Playing is simple: over the course of the tournament choose any 16 matches in the Main Draw
and post who you think will win them.
If this is the first time you’re playing or you’re not familiar with the rules of the game,
here’s a link to the official PAW rules and FAQs thread on WTA world.
In order to play in this tournament you should have posted a commitment to play here in this thread.
The deadline for commitments is July 24 2005.
If you haven't posted your commitment 24 hours before the first main draw match starts, you can ask for a wildcard.
The number of WCs is limited to 5. Any pick posted without having a WC or early commitment is not valid.
Please note the following instructions, in order to make the manager's task easier...
Please post your picks in the following format:
PAW# Player A (winner) over/def Player B (loser)
# number of pick in ascending order (1 to 13)
Please use the official last names of players, not nicknames.
For example: the Rochus brothers, please add the first name or the initial (C for Christophe, O for Olivier).
A valid pick must include the names of both players (winner first) and the word over or def.
Before posting picks, check that the matches haven't started yet
A pick that is posted after a match started is invalid and may be replaced.
In case a match doesn't take place due to withdrawal or change of the draw, the pick is invalid and may be replaced.
If a player retires or defaulted after the match has started (even if one point was played), the pick is valid.
If you want to ammend a previous pick (cancel or change), quote the original post and add a new message.
Don't edit the post and never delete it!
Don't forget, you're limited to 16 picks throughout the whole tournament.
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are now playing the PAW-Game!
Wildcards given to:
2. William Hunt