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French Open Tipping Competition

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The tipping competition is back for the European clay season.

How it works:

1. The official draw for the French Open will be available at www.rolandgarros.com
2. Entry forms will be available online through the Tennis Sydney website from 20 May 2012.You will need to Login and     the entry is under My Account.
3.Entries close on Sunday 27 May 5.00pm. Play starts 27 May – Paris time.
4.Entry will also be available at Sunday Social at Parklands on 27 May 2012.
5.Entry cost is $5.00. Maximum of two (2) entries per person – if you need to hedge your tips!!
6.Nominate who you think will be the winners of the men’s and women’s finals at the French Open.
7.All entries and selections will be published on the Tennis Sydney website and the winning pool of money announced.

8. Settle back and enjoy two weeks of Grand Slam tennis.                    

 
The winner(s)

a. The prize pool stands at $125.00 carried over from the Australian Open.
b. All entry money plus the jackpot amount is pooled, with 25% of the total kept aside to
go toward the TS Charity Fundraising for 2012.
c.The remaining 75% will go the winner or split evenly amongst the winners.
d.If no one picks the winners of both the men’s and women’s finals at the French Open
2012 the pool will jackpot for Wimbledon in June.

You can download the flyer for a list of the Women’s Champions since 1968 and the French Men’s Champions from the Open Era here.

No names. Just dates. Use Google as a last resort.

Who will join the list of Champions in 2012?