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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-02-2006, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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Hey Guys,

On the site of ATP i just read that they created a new manager game:

2006 ATP Fantasy Tennis Presented by Stanford
The measure of your 2006 Fantasy team's success could not be simpler. The more prize money your players earn the better your team performs, increasing your chance of winning the game's grand prize.

Pick a different team each week of the season and follow the progress of your players in 2006 ATP Fantasy Tennis Presented by Stanford. The Fantasy manager who earns the most prize money at the end of the game will win the grand prize.

The Prizes

The Fantasy Manager who earns the most prize money by the end of the season will win a three-night stay for two to the Ultimate Fantasy Camp in Orlando, Florida. AIRFARES ARE NOT INCLUDED. Play with the likes of Jim Courier, Jimmy Arias and Aaron Krickstein.

Each week the Fantasy Manager whose team earns the most prize money for that week will win an ATP Fantasy Tennis gift pack, including a winner's certificate, a copy of the 2006 Official Guide to Professional Tennis and the most recent issue of DEUCE Magazine. There will be only one winner per week. Ties will be broken by a random draw conducted by Go-League.

Because I'm from the Netherlands, I thought it would be great when we had a subleague with people from the Netherlands. That's why I started the Dutch League . You may join this league if you're from the Netherlands. Please do so.

You can register at: ATP Tennis Manager Game

Thanx for your time and enjoy the game!

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-- David Nalbandian after the 6-7 6-1 6-0 win over Tomas Berdych at the NASDAQ-100 Open.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-02-2006, 03:43 PM
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Re: 2006 ATP Fantasy Tennis Season Dutch Subleague

Good luck!!!
I will participate too.
I have to TOP 10 in this game (I couldn't forget Agassi-Blake last year in USOPEN, with a Blake victory I would have been 1st or 2nd ... I think I ended 3rd )

Entry Ranking: 43 (Jul, 14th) - W: Las Vegas 2008, Stuttgart 2007, Acapulco 2007, Vienna 2006, Sopot 2005
Singles Ranking: 89 (Jul, 14th) - W: 2007: Acapulco
Ranking: 45 (Jul, 14th) - W: Montreal 2007

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