French Open Tennis Prediction Challenge! Your Invitation

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Hello, tennis fans and Prediction Challenge players!

Grand Slam Tennis is under way at Roland Garros in Paris and this is your chance to follow the action, root for your favourites, and perhaps even win a nice cash prize!

If you’re new to Prediction Challenge games, please have a look around the site at some of the other games that have been played since Prediction Challenges began back in 2004. Please let me know if you have any questions!

Introduction

This game challenges you to pick the winners of matches in both the men’s and women’s singles events, round-by-round, and the number of sets it will take them to win. The more accurate your predictions, the higher your score!

Each round of the game is equally important to win this contest, adding to the drama…there are 100 points up for grabs in each of the four rounds (Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Women’s Final, Men’s Final).

Picks are submitted prior to each round. As tennis tournaments run on a tight schedule, please be mindful that you will need to provide your predictions before the matches begin. Entry and prediction forms are found on the Prediction Challenges! web site.

How to play

Interested? Cost is $10 to play, all money collected goes into the game’s prize pool.

Entry deadlines are shortly before the beginning of each tournament round. While playing, please pay attention to the French Open tournament schedule! Weather or other factors may result in predictions being required on relatively short notice.

Do you know someone else who would like to play? Pass this message on! More players make for more combinations and a bigger pot!

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