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17 Sep 23 00:50
Date Joined: 05 Dec 19
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The old comp is never gonna get three winners, so it has been suggested we bin that one, and start a new one. And I agree.
This competition is very easy to enter. All you have to do is pick 3 future male maiden slam winners (men's singles). Whenever someone gets all of his/her picks right that person has won. There is also an elimination question on when all of your picks will have done this to make sure we don't end up with a tie if more than one person has picked the same three players.
So simply write your picks in the same format I have done here (order does not matter). Please write full names, or at least first letter of first name, to avoid misunderstandings.

I am not ready to give my examples yet, but I want to get this going so the ones below are just examples and not my real picks.
1) Leo Borg
2) Holger Rune
3) Stefan Djokovic
Elimination question: June 3th 2028

Deadline for this competition is Sunday January 14th 2024 23:59 UKT, which is when the Australian Open starts. At this time, there is no prizing associated with the contest other than the good feeling associated with achieving victory over other contestants.

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Report Journeyman September 17, 2023 2:03 PM BST
Great idea.

For anyone that want to make picks and needs some ideas, this is the list of the Top 200 on te Pepperstone ATP tour. Conveniently only the top 3 have won slams. From #4 down it's all valid picks until you reach #40 at time of posting which of course is Stan.
Report Journeyman September 17, 2023 2:09 PM BST
* wants

My picks to get the ball rolling.

Report Journeyman September 17, 2023 2:16 PM BST
Elimination question - 8 September 2027
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