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For the Grand Slams and some of the Masters Series tournaments we run special predictions competitions. Once the draw is released, entrants have to attempt to predict the winners of every single match from Round 1 right through to the Final, before the first round matches start.

People from more than 70 countries have taken part in these contests - many thanks to all of you who help to make these events so much fun!

A regular entrant writes: "This game makes me sad in ways it shouldn't but that never stops me from coming back for more punishment, possibly cos I'm an idiot, possibly cos the players I pick are idiots and possibly because no matter how much I hate this game, it is still THE BEST THING EVER."

BATTLE OF THE BOARDS in 2014

T3nnisfan is running a replacement BOTB competition for the 2014 Australian Open - a link to the entry form can be found on T3nnisfan's BOTB page - do have a go, and good luck!

Details of the BOTB competitions we ran here from early 2007 to early 2013 can be found on this page below the tweets.

Sim's GB TOP 10 PREDICTION COMPETITION - 2014 Results (ongoing)

GB Men       GB Women


2013 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Pick 'em & BATTLE OF THE BOARDS team challenge

BATTLE OF THE BOARDS:     Teams LEAGUE (+ M/F, etc)     Teams KNOCKOUT
INDIVIDUAL results:     ALL from 1st to 292nd     sorted by team

EVERYBODY'S AUS OPEN PICKS with win/loss shading:
team codes AM -> DC     team codes GB -> SG     team codes SK -> VB

Final LIST of ENTRANTS     PICKS % ANALYSIS

2012 US OPEN Pick 'em & BATTLE OF THE BOARDS team challenge

BATTLE OF THE BOARDS:     Teams LEAGUE (+ M/F, etc)     Teams KNOCKOUT
INDIVIDUAL results:     ALL from 1st to 197th     sorted by team

EVERYBODY'S US OPEN PICKS with win/loss shading:
team codes AM -> DC     team codes DF -> ND     team codes RF -> VB

Final LIST of ENTRANTS     PICKS % ANALYSIS

2012 WIMBLEDON Pick 'em & BATTLE OF THE BOARDS team challenge

BATTLE OF THE BOARDS:     Teams LEAGUE (+ M/F, etc)     Teams KNOCKOUT
INDIVIDUAL results:     ALL from 1st to 211th     sorted by team

EVERYBODY'S WIMBLEDON PICKS with win/loss shading:
team codes AM -> DC     team codes DF -> ND     team codes RF -> VB

Final LIST of ENTRANTS     PICKS % ANALYSIS
   

All Pick 'em Competitions and OVERALL RANKINGS

OVERALL RANKINGS (2011 year-end)   TEAM and INDIVIDUAL   individual, sorted by team
(2012 rankings and Hall of Fame updates delayed but will be added in due course)
HALL OF FAME - results of all pick 'em competitions - Individual and Team

To be kept informed about future pick 'em contests if not already on the mailing list, please email us

YEAR-END OVERALL RANKINGS - previous years

2011 year-end     sorted by team
2010 year-end     sorted by team
2009 year-end     sorted by team
2008 year-end     sorted by team
2007 year-end

The points system is like this:

1 (one) point for each correct prediction in the first round
2 (two) points for each correct prediction in the second round
3 (three) points for each correct prediction in the third round
* 4 (four) points for each correct prediction in the quarterfinal round
* 5 (five) points for each correct prediction in the semi-final round
* 6 (six) points for each correct prediction in the final round
0 (zero) points for each incorrect pick or segment left blank
* For 96- or 128-player draws, it is 4 pts for R4 and QF to Final points are one more than the above





We also run a daily predictions competition in a betting style format using online odds and virtual AM (Andy Murray) currency ! Each player starts off with 200 AM and places certain amounts of this each day on selected matches from the current ATP tournament. Anyone can join in this competition at any time, it's totally free and the winner for the current season will be the person with the most AM by the end of Wimbledon 2007. The winner will be sent a program from the 2006 Aberdeen Cup, signed by Andy Murray and Greg Rusedski.

To join in, go to this section and make a post in the sign-up thread to let the organisers know that you wish to take part.