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It's time for the third Wimbledon community tennis competition Smile This time you'll have the chance to walk away with a package to Unibet Open at the end of the year or €1,000 in bonus!

As in previous years, we're once again handing the competition over to the great @AndreiBN, who'll be your daily community host of the competition. The competition is split up into two parts: 

  • The Daily Giveaway
  • Tournament Predictions

Daily giveaway
Every day during the tournament @AndreiBN will set up a question where you'll need to pick either option A or B in order to qualify for the chance to win the daily prize of €30 in bonus money. 
All questions will be roughly 50/50, so even if you don't have a clue about tennis, you should still be able to pick the right outcome once in a while Smile If you guess the correct answer, you'll be included in the daily raffle, together with the other members who got it right as well. The daily giveaway prize will be added the following day after you've won it.

The member with the most correct picks throughout the tournament will win an extra €100 bonus. Only members posting their prediction in the daily competition 12 out of the 14 days will be eligible for the extra prize.

Example:
Who will win the first set in the match between Murray vs. Federer?
A) Murray
B) Federer

I pick Federer to win the first set and he ends up winning it, which means I'll be included in the daily raffle later the same day.

 

Tournament predictions
We've set up 10 questions about the tournament. If you predict 7 of them, you'll win the prize of €1000 in bonus moeny. If you nail 9 of the questions, you'll win a Unibet Open package worth €2.000!

Here's the questions:

1. Who will win the men's single event?
2. Who will win the women's single event?
3. Which team will win the mens double?
4. Which team will win the women's double?
5. Who will, out of top 10 seeded players (favourites), be first eliminated in the men's single event?
6. Who will, out of top 10 seeded players (favourites), be first eliminated in the women's single event?
7. Which team, out of top 10 seeded ones (favourites), will be first eliminated in the men's double event?
8. Which team, out of top 10 seeded ones (favourites), will  be first eliminated in the women's doubles event?
9. Which player,outside top 10 seed players in men's single event, will have the longest run(last to be eliminated) in Wimbledon this year?
10. Which player, outside top 10 seed players in women;s single event, will have the longest run(last to be eliminated) in Wimbledon this year?

Simply post your predictions in this thread, and you're in it to win it. Only members participating in the daily competition 12 out of 14 days will be eligible for the special tournament prizes - e.g. if you get 7 of the questions right but only posted the daily giveaways 10 times, you won't be able to win the special prize.

Tournament prediction rules

- Every elimination will be counted in regards of when it happens - e.g. if 2 or more players have a match in the same day, the first to be eliminated is the one that first finishes the match and is out of the tournament. Not by rounds lost, etc.

- In case of a retirement, Unibet's terms and conditions will apply. If a top 10 seeded player retires before or during a match, regardless if he is leading or not, it will be counted as elimination. If the top 10 seed player is in big trouble and almost loses the match, but his/her opponent retires before the game is finished, he/she will still be in the competition.
There is only one exception : If before the first match is being played and one of the top 10 seed players/teams retires, the bets will be considered voided and it will not count as elimination.So if a player/team doesn't play any minute in the tournament,the predicitions will be considered voided.

- All members can change up to 2 predictions as a one time thing. Any change must be posted before the deadline of the tournament predictions.

Terms and conditions
- Prizes will be paid out in bonus money.

- Wagering requirements are explained here.
- Your tournament predictions must be submitted in this thread before the 1st of July at 20:00 CET.
- The prize of €1000  Bonus will be divided if two or more members win it.
- The Unibet Open package can't be exchanged for cash/tickets.
- If two or more members win the special prize, we will set up a poker tournament to find the winner. There will be a €250 UO ticket to the losers of a possible Unibet Open package tournament.

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AndreiBN Rank 25
Rank 25

We want to keep this competition open to all the members in the community, regardless of their tennis skills and the main purpose is to have fun and attract a larger interest in this sports, especially when it's a big tournament, like this one.Anyone can join even if they are not huge tennis fans,they will still have a chance to get into the daily raffle and win a very nice €30 prize.I will try my best and make the raffle right after we have the outcome of the daily question, but bare in mind that there will be days when this will not be possible asap, due to IRL stuff, so please be patience and understanding also in regards to when the prizes will be credited to your Unibet accounts. Please keep in mind that Jeppe and Ray are already hands full with all the "help" section, and it's also a bit of bad timing now with the World Cup football, so i'm sure they will do their best to everything sorted for you as soon as possible.

In the last competitons was trying to implement another raffle sistem, but couldn't find time to do what i wanted, because it requires a lot of resources, but i promisse you that if we are gonna do it also in the future, starting Australian Open will have a full changed competition , in many aspects. For now, i will be using the wheel spin raffle, but when there will be more then 50 players in the daily raffle, we will have to use the old one...
As there might be delays in the original schedule,i will follow the official posted schedule and the deadline for every question will be around 30 minutes before a match starts(or it's suppose to start).

Like alawys, wanna give a big thank you to @Jeppe-Unibet  and @Ray-Unibet for making this possible and for the assistance in crediting the prizes every day for the community.Don't forget that this is a free chance of winning a Unibet Open package at the end of the year worth €2.000 or €1.000 .
Kindly note into following the rules,as there will not be any exception made.And it's not necessarily to get the daily answers right,but it's really important to participate every day(or at least 12 out of 14).

The first round of the Wimbledon Championship will kick off Monday ( 2nd of July ),and i will make sure to post the first question right after the registration for the big prize of a Unibet Open package at the end of the yar or €1.000 will be closed ( Sunday 20:00 CET).Wish you guys all the best of luck and if you are inspired enough,you might walk away with an awesome prize.If you have any questions reguarding this competition,feel free to ask or send me a PM.

Here is the list with top seed players/teams (favourites) for Wimbledon Championship:

Men's Singles :
1. Roger Federer ( Switzerland ) Rank #2
2. Rafael Nadal ( Spain ) Rank #1
3. Marin Cilic ( Croatia ) Rank #5
4.Alexander Zverev ( Germany ) Rank #3
5. Juan Martin Del Potro ( Argentina ) Rank #4
6. Grigor Dimitrov ( Bulgaria ) Rank #6
7. Dominic Thiem ( Austria ) Rank #7
8. Kevin Anderson ( South Africa ) Rank #8
9. John Isner ( United Staes of America ) Rank #10
10. David Goffin ( Belgium ) Rank #9

 

Women's Singles :
1. Simona Halep ( Romania ) Rank #1
2. Caroline Wozniacki ( Denmark ) Rank #2
3. Garbine Muguruza ( Spain ) Rank #3
4. Sloane Stephens ( United States of America ) Rank #4
5. Elina Svitolina ( Ukraine ) Rank #5
6. Caroline Garcia ( France ) Rank #6
7. Karolina Pliskova ( Czech Republic ) Rank #7
8. Petra Kvitova ( Czech Republic ) Rank #8
9. Venus Williams ( United States of America )  Rank #9
10. Madison Keys ( United Stes Of America ) Rank #10

Men's Doubles :
1. Oliver March ( Austria ) / Mate Pavic ( Croatia ) Rank #3
2. Lukasz Kubot ( Poland ) / Marcelo Melo ( Brazil ) Rank #7
3. Henri Kontine ( Finland / John Peers ( Australia ) Rank #15
4. Pierre Hugues Herbert ( France ) / Nicolas Mahut ( France ) Rank #19
5. Jamie Murray ( United Kingdom ) / Bruno Soares ( Brazil )  Rank #27
6. Juan Sebastian Cabal ( Colombia ) / Robert Frah ( Colombia ) Rank #28
7. Mike Bryan ( United States of America ) / Jack Sock ( United States of America )  #31
8. Nikola Mektic ( Croatia ) / Alexander Peya ( Austria )  Rank #47
9. Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi ( Pakistan ) / Jean Julien Rojer ( The Netherlands ) Rank #44
10. Ivan Dodig ( Croatia ) / Rajeev Ram ( United States of America ) Rank #46

Women's Doubles :
1. Andrea Sestini Hlavackova ( Czech Republic ) / Barbora Strycova ( Czech Republic ) Rank #11
2. Timea Babos ( Hungary ) / Kristina Mladenovic ( France ) Rank #12
3. Barbora Krejcikova ( Czech Republic ) / Katerina Siniakova ( Czech Republic ) Rank #15
4. Andreja Klepac ( Slovenia ) / Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez ( Spain )  Rank #26
5. Latisha Chan ( Chinese Taipei ) / Peng Shuai ( China ) Rank #27
6. Gabriela Dabrowski ( Canada ) / Xu Yifan ( China )  Rank #28
7. Chan Hao Ching ( Chinese Taipei ) / Yang Zhaoxuan ( China ) Rank #34
8. Elise Mertens ( Belgium ) / Demi Schuurs ( The Netherlands ) Rank #41
9. Kiki Bertens ( The Netherlands ) / Johanna Larsson ( Sweden ) #45
10. Asleigh Barty ( Australia ) / Coco Vandeweghe ( United Staes of America ) Rank #48

Here is the list for men's single event of withdrawn players :

- Tomas Berdych ( Czech Republic ) ---> Replaced by Guido Andreozzi ( Argentina )
- Nicolas Kicker ( Argentina )  --> Replaced by Dudi Sela ( Israel )
- Lu Yen Hsun ( Chinese Taipei ) --> Replaced by Pablo Andujar ( Spain )
- Pablo Carreno Busta ( Spain ) Rank #17 ---> Replaced by Facundo Bagnis ( Argentina ) Rank #104
- Jo Wilfried Tsonga ( France ) ---> Replaced by Laslo Djere ( Serbia )

 

And below is the list for the women's single event withdrawn players :

- Catherine Bellis ( United States of America )  ---> Replaced byArantxa Rus ( The Netherlands ) 
- Sara Errani ( Italy ) ---> Replaced by Vikorija Golubic ( Switzerland )
- Beatriz Haddad Maia ( Bra zil ) ---> Replaced by Anna Blinkova ( Russia ) 
- Laura Siegemund ( Germany )---> Replaced by Jana Fett ( Croatia ) 
- Elena Vesnina ( Russia ) --> Replaced by Andrea Petkovic ( Germany)

 NB : This is a projected group of seedings that is not final and is subject to change depending on results of current tournaments.If there will be major changes in the top 10 seed players/teams and 1 or more will be out,i will let you know ( those of you who picked them ).
There is a very small chance that will happen,but we can't just wait with the promotion until the 28th of June,the date when the official seed players/team list will be released.

"When things are bad, it's the best time to reinvent yourself"
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FreedoM Rank 20
Rank 20
1. Roger Federer
2. Simona Halep
3. Oliver Marach and Mate Pavic
4. Andrea Sestini Hlavackova and Barbora Strycova
5. Juan Martin del Potro
6. Elina Svitolina
7. Mike Bryan and Jack Sock
8. Gabriela Dabrowski and Yifan Xu
9. Novak Djokovic
10. Maria Sharapova
“The unfed mind devours itself.” – Gore Vidal
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blobblessss Rank 10
Rank 10

1. marin cilic 2. simona halep 3. mike and bob bryan 4. markarova and vesina 5. jo-wilfred tsonga 6. vesina 7. pavic and manarach 8. mladenovic and babos 9. Diego Schwartzma 10. jelena Ostapenko

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AndreiBN Rank 25
Rank 25

@FreedoM and @blobblessss and everyone else who will join this competition.

 As a reminder : Please have a closer look at the questions and at my post regarding the seed players. Read what the questions are about and i also gave a some lists with the players, to make it easier for you . I will not have time to correct each of your mistakes , so if you wanna have a chance of winning it, please double check.

"When things are bad, it's the best time to reinvent yourself"
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blobblessss Rank 10
Rank 10

1. marin cilic 2. simona halep 3. mike and bob bryan 4. markarova and vesina 5. Laslo Djere  6.Wozniacki  7. pavic and  manarach 8.  babos and mladenovic. 9. john isner. 10. Jelena Ostapenko

NEW LIST 

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AndreiBN Rank 25
Rank 25

@blobblessss wrote:

1. marin cilic 2. simona halep 3. mike and bob bryan 4. markarova and vesina 5. Laslo Djere  6.Wozniacki  7. pavic and  manarach 8.  babos and mladenovic. 9. john isner. 10. Jelena Ostapenko

NEW LIST 


@blobblessss It is still wrong! Mike and Bob Bryan are not together at this tournament, Vesnina and Makarova the same, Isner is in top 10 seed players...please READ  the questions and CHECK the top seed players list posted there!!!

"When things are bad, it's the best time to reinvent yourself"
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gravedom Rank 10
Rank 10
1 Rafael Nadal
2 Simona Halep
3 Oliver March ( Austria ) / Mate Pavic ( Croatia )
4 Andrea Sestini Hlavackova ( Czech Republic ) / Barbora Strycova ( Czech Republic )
5 David Goffin
6 Madison Keys
7 Ivan Dodig ( Croatia ) / Rajeev Ram ( United States of America )
8 Asleigh Barty ( Australia ) / Coco Vandeweghe ( United Staes of America )
9 Roger Federer
10 Caroline Wozniacki
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dynamo Rank 10
Rank 10
  1. Who will win the men's single event? Roger Federer ( Switzerland )
  2. Who will win the women's single event? Caroline Wozniacki ( Denmark )
  3. Which team will win the mens double? Lukasz Kubot ( Poland ) / Marcelo Melo ( Brazil )
  4. Which team will win the women's double? Barbora Krejcikova ( Czech Republic ) / Katerina Siniakova ( Czech Republic )
  5. Who will, out of top 10 seeded players (favourites), be first eliminated in the men's single event? Kevin Anderson ( South Africa )
  6. Who will, out of top 10 seeded players (favourites), be first eliminated in the women's single event? Elina Svitolina ( Ukraine )
  7. Which team, out of top 10 seeded ones (favourites), will be first eliminated in the men's double event? Nikola Mektic ( Croatia ) / Alexander Peya ( Austria )
  8. Which team, out of top 10 seeded ones (favourites), will be first eliminated in the women's doubles event? Gabriela Dabrowski ( Canada ) / Xu Yifan ( China )
  9. Which player,outside top 10 seed players in men's single event, will have the longest run(last to be eliminated) in Wimbledon this year? Novak Djokovic ( Serbia )
  10. Which player, outside top 10 seed players in women;s single event, will have the longest run(last to be eliminated) in Wimbledon this year? Elise Mertens ( Belgium )
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CharismaMan Rank 16
Rank 16

1. Who will win the men's single event? MURRAY
2. Who will win the women's single event?   Elina Svitolina ( Ukraine )
3. Which team will win the mens double? Henri Kontine ( Finland / John Peers ( Australia ) 
4. Which team will win the women's double?   Andreja Klepac ( Slovenia ) / Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez ( Spain ) 
5. Who will, out of top 10 seeded players (favourites), be first eliminated in the men's single event? ANDERSON
6. Who will, out of top 10 seeded players (favourites), be first eliminated in the women's single event? CAROLINE GARCIA
7. Which team, out of top 10 seeded ones (favourites), will be first eliminated in the men's double event? MEKTIC/PEYA
8. Which team, out of top 10 seeded ones (favourites), will  be first eliminated in the women's doubles event? DABROWSKI / XU YUFAN
9. Which player,outside top 10 seed players in men's single event, will have the longest run(last to be eliminated) in Wimbledon this year? MURRAY
10. Which player, outside top 10 seed players in women;s single event, will have the longest run(last to be eliminated) in Wimbledon this year? RADWANSKA

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