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New Haven: Matchday 2

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NB: We're starting from Day 2!!

Mardy Fish (USA) vs Davide Sanguinetti (ITA)

Justin Gimelstob (USA) vs Gilles Simon (FRA)

Julien Benneteau (FRA) vs Luis Horna (PER)

Sam Querrey (USA) vs Alberto Martin (ESP)

Max Mirnyi (RUS) vs Paul-Henri Matheiu (FRA)

Choosing the winner of the final for bonus points are allowed before matchday2 play starts. Find the main draw here.
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Fish in 3
Gimelstob in 2
Benneteau in 2
Querrey in 2
Mirnyi in 2

Finals prediction (bonus points): Blake def. Davydenko in 3.

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Fish in 3
Gimelstob in 2
Benneteau in 2
Querrey in 2
Matheiu in 2

Finals: Blake def. Wawrinka in 3.
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Mardy Fish (USA) vs Davide Sanguinetti (ITA)                    Fish in 3

Justin Gimelstob (USA) vs Gilles Simon (FRA)                     Gimelstob in 2

Julien Benneteau (FRA) vs Luis Horna (PER)                    Benneteau in 2

Sam Querrey (USA) vs Alberto Martin (ESP)                     Querrey in 2

Max Mirnyi (RUS) vs Paul-Henri Matheiu (FRA)                Matheiu in 2



Finals: Blake def. Baghdatis in 3.

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Fish in 3
Gimelstop in 2
Benneteau in 2
Querrey in 2
Mirnyi in 3

Finals: Blake def. Baghdatis in 3
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Fish in 3
Gimelstob in 2
Benneteau in 2
Querrey in 3
Mirnyi in 2

Finals: Blake def. Baghdatis in 2 
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Sanguinetti in 3
Gimelstob in 2
Benneteau in 2
Querrey in 3
Mirnyi in 2

Blake bt Davydenko in 3
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Fish in 3
Gimelstob in 2
Benneteau in 3
Martin in 3
Mirnyi in 2

Final: Blake def O.Rochus in 3

Just a suggestion. I don't know what's happening in the way of tie breakers for the overall competition, but perhaps we should keep a tally of who wins the weekly competitions. So if 2 people are equal on the overall leaderboard, the one who has won more weekly games is ahead, that sort of thing. Or is there something else in place to determing who is ahead, or are we just leaving people equal?
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That's a good idea Alex, we should keep a note of weekly games won, on the leaderboards. yes

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Yeah so aswell as an overall winner at the end of the year (or whenever the game ends), there can also be a "winner of the most weekly tournaments"
Probably won't be the same person as the overall points winner.
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Sanguinetti in 3

Gimelstob in 2

Benneteau in 3

Martin in 2

Mirnyi in 2
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Fish in 3
Gimelstob in 2
Benneteau in 2
Querrey in 2
Matheiu in 3

Final. Blake def Baghdatis in 3
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Mardy Fish vs Davide Sanguinetti in 3
Gilles Simon def Justin Gimelstob in 3
Julien Benneteau def Luis Horna in 2
Alberto Martin def Sam Querrey in 3
Max Mirnyi  def Paul-Henri Matheiu in 2


Bonus- Baghdatis Def Niemenan in 3
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Mardy Fish in 3
Gilles Simon in 3
Julien Benneteau in 2
Sam Querrey in 2
Max Mirnyi in 2

Final: David Ferrer def. Marcos Baghdatis in 2
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Just a suggestion. I don't know what's happening in the way of tie breakers for the overall competition, but perhaps we should keep a tally of who wins the weekly competitions. So if 2 people are equal on the overall leaderboard, the one who has won more weekly games is ahead, that sort of thing. Or is there something else in place to determing who is ahead, or are we just leaving people equal?

Can't we just have an overall leaderboard (updated weekly) that shows everyones total points they have accumulated? This would work like the suggestion I gave before based on the ATP Race?

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