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Toronto Masters 'Battle of the Boards' pick 'em contest

08-07-2010, 09:34 PM
The TORONTO MASTERS 'BATTLE OF THE BOARDS' PICK 'EM contest is open for entries at

Entries will close on Monday at 15.00 GMT / 4 pm BST / 17.00 CET / 11 am US EDT / Toronto time.

We run these competitions for all of the slams and about half of the Masters events - it works like FITD on here or the ATP Bracket Challenge (so you can enter in a couple of minutes by re-using your picks for either of those contests) but with a different scoring system (which balances the effects of rounds a bit more) and a team element - as well as playing for the individual title, you can compete against,,,, etc, to help MTF to win the team title too.

There is also a Hall of Fame and an overall year-round ranking system - your best 7 scores from up to 9 tournaments count, with slam scores allowed to count twice, so you actually end up counting 7 scores from 13.

While anyone who enters will count towards the individual competition, you need at least five entrants for MTF to end up counting as a full team - you usually manage that fairly easily though and you actually won Miami this year, came 3rd at RG and 4th at Wimbledon (out of 16 teams)

Good luck!

08-08-2010, 10:36 PM
Qualifiers have now been placed on the entry form

Just over 16 hours to go.

amalyn, Cheeky Chick, jervisjames (seems to be a first time entrant - welcome!) and Kamui010 in from MTF so far, so you need at least one more to be counted as a full team - hopefully a few of you have been waiting for the qualifiers to be known like I have. :)

08-12-2010, 02:58 AM
hey steven, Toronto has been my first tournament and I got to say i'm loving it so far. However I was wondering if it was possible to add another Forum to the teams? although I love this forum and wouldn't mind staying on team MTF, I'm more active on . Is there anyway you could add that to the list? The people on that forum love to play games and we could easily get more than 5 participants to play in the team competition for the next draw. Let me know:wavey: