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Old 09-28-2013, 01:37 PM   #162
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Default Re: Pick-A-Winner (PAW) #54 | Malaysian Open 2013 | SAT update: Spain07, champion!

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28/09/2013:

-> Tomorrow I will update the thread before 14h CEST, I promise. Probably minutes after the match.

-> Spain07 wins! He did it great the first days (guessing Cuevas victory over Davydenko) and then the Sousa upset over Ferrer and all the Semifinals winners. Congratulations to him. Nirjhor is the runner-up (no matter what happens tomorrow). Congratulations to him as well.

-> Picks Summary is updated until post #162.

-> Scoring Points have been updated the Friday and Saturday results and the Sunday schedule.

-> Sorry because I wasn't able to do the double update that I promised

Scoring Points

Matches in GREEN to be played on Sunday.
Matches in RED can no longer be picked.
Winners in BOLD.

Final (F):

Code:
Sousa, Joao SE.............. vs Benneteau, Julien........... (14-7)
Semifinals (SF):

Code:
Sousa, Joao SE.............. vs Melzer, Jurgen.............. (15-6)
Benneteau, Julien........... vs Wawrinka, Stanislas......... (16-6)
Quarterfinals (QF):

Code:
Ferrer, David............... vs Sousa, Joao SE.............. (3-33)
Melzer, Jurgen.............. vs Delbonis, Federico.......... (8-13)
Benneteau, Julien........... vs Mannarino, Adrian........... (8-12)
Tursunov, Dmitry............ vs Wawrinka, Stanislas......... (16-6)
Second Round (R16):

Code:
Ferrer, David............... vs Viola, Matteo Q............. (3-39)
Sousa, Joao SE.............. vs Cuevas, Pablo PR............ (4-28)
Melzer, Jurgen.............. vs Zverev, Mischa Q............ (5-18)
Delbonis, Federico.......... vs Pospisil, Vasek............. (11-9)
Benneteau, Julien........... vs Andujar, Pablo.............. (8-12)
Mannarino, Adrian........... vs Almagro, Nicolas............ (16-6)
Tursunov, Dmitry............ vs Carreno-Busta, Pablo WC..... (8-13)
Baghdatis, Marcos........... vs Wawrinka, Stanislas......... (19-5)
First Round (R32):

Code:
Ferrer, David............... vs Bye, B...................... (0-0)
Devvarman, Somdev Q......... vs Viola, Matteo Q............. (9-11)
Harrison, Ryan WC........... vs Sousa, Joao SE.............. (11-9)
Cuevas, Pablo PR............ vs Davydenko, Nikolay.......... (37-3)
Melzer, Jurgen.............. vs Bye, B...................... (0-0)
Zverev, Mischa Q............ vs Zeballos, Horacio........... (14-7)
Chung, Hyeon WC............. vs Delbonis, Federico.......... (36-3)
Hanescu, Victor............. vs Pospisil, Vasek............. (12-9)
Benneteau, Julien........... vs Przysiezny, Michal SE....... (7-15)
Zemlja, Grega............... vs Andujar, Pablo.............. (11-9)
Brands, Daniel.............. vs Mannarino, Adrian........... (10-10)
Bye, B...................... vs Almagro, Nicolas............ (0-0)
Tursunov, Dmitry............ vs Ram, Rajeev Q............... (6-16)
Bogomolov Jr., Alex......... vs Carreno-Busta, Pablo WC..... (10-10)
Baghdatis, Marcos........... vs Berlocq, Carlos............. (10-10)
Bye, B...................... vs Wawrinka, Stanislas......... (0-0)
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