Diego Schwartzman, Novak Djokovic, Dominic Thiem, Stan Wawrinka
European Open 2021
European Open 2021
Welcome to Pick-A-Winner (PAW), the Predictions game!
Playing is simple: over the course of the tournament choose any 13 matches in the Main Draw and post who you think will win them. The scoring points beside each fixture represent the points you score if the corresponding player wins. Whoever has the most points at the end of the tournament is the winner.
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
PAW - Official PAW Rules updated 2020
In order to play in this tournament you should post a commitment to play here.
The deadline for commitments is when the first Main Draw match starts.
Please post your picks in the following format:
PAW## Player A (winner) over Player B (loser)
## number of pick in ascending order (1 to 13)
Please use the official last names of players, not nicknames.
A valid pick must include the names of both players (winner first) and the word "over".
Example: PAW01 Medvedev over Zverev
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.
Changing your picks
If you want to amend a previous pick (cancel or change), quote the original post and add a new message, making it clear which pick you are cancelling or changing. A moderator will monitor this thread for deleted posts.
Don't edit your posts and never delete them!
Don't forget, you're limited to 13 picks throughout the whole tournament.
PAW Ranking Points - ATP 250 (19 Players):
Rich (BB code):
1 -- 200 8 --- 35 14 -- 11 2 -- 150 9 --- 27 15 --- 9 3 -- 120 10 -- 23 16 --- 7 4 -- 100 11 -- 20 17 --- 5 5 --- 77 12 -- 17 18 --- 3 6 --- 60 13 -- 14 19 --- 1 7 --- 46
2018: not held
Good luck everyone!!!