This is where I will be posting any comments and/or analysis for the BOTB Replacement competitions. I may include notifications here as well from time to time.
|Posted by T3nnisFan on July 6, 2014 at 5:40 PM||comments (6)|
Day 11 Notes: What a final! I couldn't tell who was going to win for most of the match! Did you guys enjoy it? I feel like it's one for the books! Too bad Federer couldn't pull out the win thereby giving me my 1st win at a BOTB But, another top 5 finish me is not too shabby. I know I finished 4th once so this is at least my 2nd top 5 finish! Congrats to all the top finishers and best of luck in future events to the not-so-fortunate.
I don't have much time so I'm only going to prov...Read Full Post »
|Posted by T3nnisFan on August 26, 2013 at 11:30 PM||comments (99)|
Here are the list of entrants as of 11:30PM EST Monday, August 26th, 2013:
Julia Carrot BT
D to Z man. BU
Ro...Read Full Post »
|Posted by T3nnisFan on July 7, 2013 at 10:40 AM||comments (0)|
A bit delayed... but I'm not even sure if anyone's reading these so I decided to write this while watching the match!
I have Murray winning this whole thing and seeing him win the 1st set was a relief after so many opportunities went begging. It's just a testament to Djokovic's resilience. With Murray holding steadily in the 2nd, our individual leader - Bob in Spain - will like his chances to get the outright win by 7 points. Although, one can argue that Djokovic's ability t...Read Full Post »
|Posted by T3nnisFan on July 4, 2013 at 1:20 PM||comments (0)|
After the Quarterfinals, the leaders are:
- Bob in Spain
- BRITISH TENNIS
- CENTRE COURT TENNIS FORUM
- GREAT BRITAIN TENNIS GIRLS
- Males continue to lead throughout the whole tournament!
- The 18-49 yr olds also have been leading since Day 4!
- Spain, who were leading on Days 2 and 3 and lost it to Net...
|Posted by T3nnisFan on July 3, 2013 at 6:30 AM||comments (0)|
It's the 10th day of The Championships, Wimbledon... Week 2... Quarterfinals day, for the men.
There's no Roger Federer, the king of grass and defending SW19 champion, holder of 17 Grand Slams. Rafa Nadal, the reigning French Open champion and former 2-time winner is also long gone way back when the tournament began on Day 1. Seeds have fallen, withdrawn and retired out of the draw like flies hitting a bug zapper. So, who's left? Who's playing aga...Read Full Post »