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Fill-in-the-Draw 2020

MIAMI

Miami Open
Miami, Florida, USA

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HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

1) No commitment is necessary for this tournament. Simply post your picks in this thread.

2) To play this game, you must post a fully predicted draw for the tournament, including all winners of all matches of all rounds.

3) You must post your fully predicted draw before the first ball of the first main draw match is struck.

4) You are allowed to replace your draw only ONCE per tournament, no matter the circumstances, as long as it is replaced before the first ball of the main draw is struck. If you would like to replace your draw, you MUST post your new draw in a brand new post. Editing your post is NOT allowed under any circumstance.

5) As far as qualifiers are concerned, you may type "Qualifier" or "Q" in your draw if you wish to make your predictions before the qualifiers' names are known, but remember, you must post before the first main draw match begins. If two qualifiers are scheduled to play each other and you are predicting before their names are determined, you must predict based on their placement in the draw. For example, you may type "Qualifier 1" or "Q1" to indicate that the qualifier who is listed first will win, or you may type "Qualifier 2" or "Q2" to indicate that the the qualifier who is listed second will win. If you do not specify Q1 or Q2 when necessary, your pick will not be counted.

6) If a player receives a bye, you will not receive points for predicting them into the second round, but you will still type their name when making your predictions.

7) Scoring goes as follows:
The points you receive will be based on the round Scoring Points for the tournament, as shown in Post #3. For each player you correctly predict winning in the first round, you will receive the points for R1, and so on.

8) The tiebreak rule (for determining the champion) will go by how many correct picks you have in each round. For example:
1. # of correct Final picks
2. # of correct SF picks
3. # of correct QF picks
4. # of correct R16 picks, etc.
and if the players are still tied after counting each round, they will remain tied.

9) REMEMBER, when you post your picks, include ONLY your winners. It will make the manager's job much easier. DO NOT have, "Player1 defeats Player2".

For more info, please feel free to visit the FITD forum in the Games section.
 

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HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR PICKS

1) Do your best to spell all names correctly and follow the format in the example code below. It will help me out greatly!

2) Use the draw that is provided in Post #4 to make your predictions.

3) In a case where two qualifiers play each other, please specify which qualifier you want to win, "Qualifier 1" or "Qualifier 2". If you want a qualifier to beat a known player, just type "Qualifier" or "Q".

4) When you make your picks, DO NOT add any spaces in between the rounds, and DO NOT add any unnecessary punctuation, characters, emojis, etc. anywhere within your predictions. (A first initial will sometimes be required, if two players in the draw share a last name.)

If you fail to follow these rules, you risk your draw being discarded.


Here is an example of what your post should look like:

Code:
R1
A. Zverev
Nishioka
Gojowczyk
Seppi
Fucsovics
Delbonis
Mayer
Ramos-Vinolas
Jarry
Thompson
Qualifier
Garin
Qualifier
Londero
Qualifier
Wawrinka
R2
A. Zverev
Gojowczyk
Fucsovics
Mayer
Jarry
Garin
Qualifier
Wawrinka
QF
A. Zverev
Fucsovics
Garin
Wawrinka
SF
A. Zverev
Wawrinka
F
Wawrinka
This is an example FITD prediction from Geneva 2019.
 

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SCORING POINTS/RANKING POINTS


Scoring Points


Code:
ATP 1000 / Draw 128
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R1 - 4
R2 - 5
R3 - 9
R4 - 18
QF - 36
SF - 48
F - 80

Ranking Points

Code:
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 (96)
1 -- 1000 25 -- 65 49 -- 34 73 -- 18
2 --- 600 26 -- 62 50 -- 34 74 -- 18
3 --- 480 27 -- 59 51 -- 33 75 -- 17
4 --- 360 28 -- 56 52 -- 33 76 -- 16
5 --- 315 29 -- 53 53 -- 32 77 -- 15
6 --- 270 30 -- 51 54 -- 31 78 -- 15
7 --- 225 31 -- 48 55 -- 31 79 -- 14
8 --- 180 32 -- 45 56 -- 30 80 -- 13
9 --- 169 33 -- 44 57 -- 29 81 -- 12
10 -- 158 34 -- 44 58 -- 29 82 -- 12
11 -- 146 35 -- 43 59 -- 28 83 -- 11
12 -- 135 36 -- 43 60 -- 28 84 -- 10
13 -- 124 37 -- 42 61 -- 27 85 -- 9
14 -- 113 38 -- 41 62 -- 26 86 -- 9
15 -- 101 39 -- 41 63 -- 26 87 -- 8
16 -- 90 40 -- 40 64 -- 25 88 -- 7
17 -- 87 41 -- 39 65 -- 24 89 -- 6
18 -- 84 42 -- 39 66 -- 24 90 -- 6
19 -- 82 43 -- 38 67 -- 23 91 -- 5
20 -- 79 44 -- 38 68 -- 22 92 -- 4
21 -- 76 45 -- 37 69 -- 21 93 -- 3
22 -- 73 46 -- 36 70 -- 21 94 -- 3
23 -- 70 47 -- 36 71 -- 20 95 -- 2
24 -- 68 48 -- 35 72 -- 19 96 -- 1
 

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MAIN DRAW

Line 1 vs Bye
Line 3 vs Line 4
Line 5 vs Line 6
Bye vs Line 8
Line 9 vs Bye
Line 11 vs Line 12
Line 13 vs Line 14
Bye vs Line 16
Line 17 vs Bye
Line 19 vs Line 20
Line 21 vs Line 22
Bye vs Line 24
Line 25 vs Bye
Line 27 vs Line 28
Line 29 vs Line 30
Bye vs Line 32
Line 33 vs Bye
Line 35 vs Line 36
Line 37 vs Line 38
Bye vs Line 40
Line 41 vs Bye
Line 43 vs Line 44
Line 45 vs Line 46
Bye vs Line 48
Line 49 vs Bye
Line 51 vs Line 52
Line 53 vs Line 54
Bye vs Line 56
Line 57 vs Bye
Line 59 vs Line 60
Line 61 vs Line 62
Bye vs Line 64
Line 65 vs Bye
Line 67 vs Line 68
Line 69 vs Line 70
Bye vs Line 72
Line 73 vs Bye
Line 75 vs Line 76
Line 77 vs Line 78
Bye vs Line 80
Line 81 vs Bye
Line 83 vs Line 84
Line 85 vs Line 86
Bye vs Line 88
Line 89 vs Bye
Line 91 vs Line 92
Line 93 vs Line 94
Bye vs Line 96
Line 97 vs Bye
Line 99 vs 100
Line 101 vs Line 102
Bye vs Line 104
Line 105 vs Bye
Line 107 vs Line 108
Line 109 vs Line 110
Bye vs Line 112
Line 113 vs Bye
Line 115 vs Line 116
Line 117 vs Line 118
Bye vs Line 120
Line 121 vs Bye
Line 123 vs Line 124
Line 125 vs Line 126
Bye vs Line 128
 

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TOURNAMENT HISTORY


DEFENDING CHAMPION (FITD)


@Waz
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PAST CHAMPIONS
2019 - Roger Federer (4)
2018 - John Isner
2017 - Roger Federer (3)
2016 - Novak Djokovic (6)
2015 - Novak Djokovic (5)
2014 - Novak Djokovic (4)
2013 - Andy Murray (2)
2012 - Novak Djokovic (3)
2011 - Novak Djokovic (2)
2010 - Andy Roddick (2)
2009 - Andy Murray
2008 - Nikolay Davydenko
2007 - Novak Djokovic
2006 - Roger Federer (2)
2005 - Roger Federer
2004 - Andy Roddick
2003 - Andre Agassi (6)
...
...
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