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The 2016 Fantasy Tennis Competition

We're back for 2016!
  • Simply select one player from each of the eleven groups below.
  • Each group represents a mini-league with the position of each player in the league being based on ATP ranking points gained in 2016.1
  • Your squad's points will be calculated based on the combined finishing position of your players in all eleven groups.2
  • The total prize pot will be shared amongst all players finishing in the top ten percent.3
  • The entrance fee is £10 which can be paid via PayPal after submitting your team below.
  • All entrance fees are put into the prize pot which is shared amongst the top ten percent of entrants at the end of the season. PayPal takes a 5% admin charge on each transaction which we deduct from the prize pool, but we do not take any of our own administration costs.
  • The scores will be updated after each update of the official ATP year-to-date rankings, i.e. usually weekly but bi-weekly during the Grand Slams.
  • Winners will be notified via email in December after the final ATP ranking tournament of 2016 and all prizes will be paid either via bank transfer or to a PayPal account. Unfortunately we are unable to pay prizes via cheque.
  • Deadline for entries is January 5th 2016.
 Click here for a printable version of the player groups

Where's Novak?

Novak Djokovic has been left out of this year's competition as his current form means he would need a group of his own. Otherwise it would result in the other members of the "big four" not being involved in the competition very much, if at all.
The groups have been shuffled so if you fancy your luck you can just leave them as they are!

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Group 5

Group 6

Group 7

Group 8

Group 9

Group 10

Group 11


Entries for 2016 have now closed.
Notes:
  1. Details of how ATP ranking points are awarded can be found here. The official year-to-date rankings will be used.
  2. The best possible score for a single team is 11 points (all 11 selected players finishing in position 1 in their respective groups).
  3. For example, if there are 500 entrants, then anyone finishing in the top 50 will receive a share of the prize pot. The higher you finish, the greater your share of the prize pot will be. In the event of a tie, prizes for the specified positions will be shared equally amongst those finishing level. A full breakdown of how the prizes will be distributed will be published once the final number of entrants is known.
 
 
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