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RE: Week 41 - Challenger ($100,000) - Fairfield, CA, USA (hard)


indiana wrote:

And

L32: (4) Maximilian Marterer (GER) WR 108 (=CH) beat Brydan Klein WR 244  6-4 7-6(2)

So in various ways all GB singles interest has ended here this week.


 

Even if Klein purchased every ticket in a raffle, he would not win. 



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Vandenburg wrote:
indiana wrote:

And

L32: (4) Maximilian Marterer (GER) WR 108 (=CH) beat Brydan Klein WR 244  6-4 7-6(2)

So in various ways all GB singles interest has ended here this week.


 

Even if Klein purchased every ticket in a raffle, he would not win. 


Very few people do.  The outcome is completely random.  That's why it's called a raffle!  wink



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Stircrazy wrote:
Vandenburg wrote:
indiana wrote:

And

L32: (4) Maximilian Marterer (GER) WR 108 (=CH) beat Brydan Klein WR 244  6-4 7-6(2)

So in various ways all GB singles interest has ended here this week.


 

Even if Klein purchased every ticket in a raffle, he would not win. 


Very few people do.  The outcome is completely random.  That's why it's called a raffle!  wink


 

But presumably not random if you buy EVERY ticket in the raffle - which is what Vandy was saying.....



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Stircrazy wrote:

Cam's up to a career-high Nelson (111) in today's rankings.  smile


Nice article by Paul Hirst about Cam in today's Times under the heading "Meet the Briton who has climbed 1,000 ranking places in two years".  There are all sorts of intersting little titbits about his background & this comment:

Norrie's accent is somewhere between Kiwi and English, with a hint of American.  But there is no doubt for him about his nationality.  "I'm 100 per cent British," he says.  "My mum was born in Cardiff.  All her side are Welsh and my dad's side is all Scottish."

Apparently, he expects to leave Texas & base himself in England before the start of the grass court season.



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Coup Droit wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:
Vandenburg wrote:
indiana wrote:

And

L32: (4) Maximilian Marterer (GER) WR 108 (=CH) beat Brydan Klein WR 244  6-4 7-6(2)

So in various ways all GB singles interest has ended here this week.


 

Even if Klein purchased every ticket in a raffle, he would not win. 


Very few people do.  The outcome is completely random.  That's why it's called a raffle!  wink


 

But presumably not random if you buy EVERY ticket in the raffle - which is what Vandy was saying.....


 GSCE probability question trips up coup droit.......



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Vandenburg wrote:
Coup Droit wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:
Vandenburg wrote:
indiana wrote:

And

L32: (4) Maximilian Marterer (GER) WR 108 (=CH) beat Brydan Klein WR 244  6-4 7-6(2)

So in various ways all GB singles interest has ended here this week.


 

Even if Klein purchased every ticket in a raffle, he would not win. 


Very few people do.  The outcome is completely random.  That's why it's called a raffle!  wink


 

But presumably not random if you buy EVERY ticket in the raffle - which is what Vandy was saying.....


 GSCE probability question trips up coup droit.......


Given your strategy with predictions, it could be argued that 'buying every ticket in the raffle' is something you know quite a lot about



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Vandenburg wrote:
Coup Droit wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:
Vandenburg wrote:
indiana wrote:

And

L32: (4) Maximilian Marterer (GER) WR 108 (=CH) beat Brydan Klein WR 244  6-4 7-6(2)

So in various ways all GB singles interest has ended here this week.


 

Even if Klein purchased every ticket in a raffle, he would not win. 


Very few people do.  The outcome is completely random.  That's why it's called a raffle!  wink


 

But presumably not random if you buy EVERY ticket in the raffle - which is what Vandy was saying.....


 GSCE probability question trips up coup droit.......


 Err, not Coup Droit who was merely explaining the workings.



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Vandenburg wrote:
Coup Droit wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:
Vandenburg wrote:
indiana wrote:

And

L32: (4) Maximilian Marterer (GER) WR 108 (=CH) beat Brydan Klein WR 244  6-4 7-6(2)

So in various ways all GB singles interest has ended here this week.


 

Even if Klein purchased every ticket in a raffle, he would not win. 


Very few people do.  The outcome is completely random.  That's why it's called a raffle!  wink


 

But presumably not random if you buy EVERY ticket in the raffle - which is what Vandy was saying.....


 GSCE probability question trips up coup droit.......


 At least he can probably spell GCSE though eh.



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L16:  (Q) Liam Broady & Jay Clarke CR 931 (651+280) defeated (3) Steven de Waard & Ruan Roelofse (AUS/RSA) CR 274 (132+142) by 4-6 6-3 [10-5]  biggrin

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QF:  (Q) Liam Broady & Jay Clarke CR 931 (651+280) vs (WC) Akram el Sallaly & Bernardo Oliveira (EGY/BRA) UNR

At the risk of putting the mockers on their chances, I rather fancy their chances there.   



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L16:  (Q) Liam Broady & Jay Clarke CR 931 (651+280) defeated (3)5Steven de Waard & Ruan Roelofse (AUS/RSA) CR 274 (132+142) by 4-6 6-3 [10-5]  biggrin

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QF:  (Q) Liam Broady & Jay Clarke CR 931 (651+280) vs (WC) Akram el Salllaly & Bernardo Oliveira (EGY/BRA) UNR

At the risk of putting the mockers on their chances, I rather fancy their chances there.   


L16:  (4) Brydan Klein & Joe Salisbury CR 265 (147+108) defeated Hans Hach & Ramkumar Ramanathan (MEX/IND) CR 500 (225+275) by 2 & 5

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QF:  Bjorn Fratangelo & Sam Groth (USA/AUS) CR 671 (598+73) vs (4) Brydan Klein & Joe Salisbury CR 265 (147+108)



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Looks like some games from today are being cancelled. I assume this is due to the wildfire issues.

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Looks like this might be moved to another Venue. Decision to be made at 09:30 local time so 17:30 UK time.

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Bambo and Dave O'Hare won their R1 match against Klahn/Withrow.

Jay and Liam lost their QF match.

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L16:  (1) Neal Skupski & John-Patrick Smith (AUS) CR 131 (73+58) defeated Sekou Bangoura & Evan King (USA/BAR) CR 333 (170+163) by 4 & 3

L16:  (2) Luke Bambridge & David O'Hare (IRL) CR 271 (138+133) defeated Bradley Klahn & Jackson Withrow (USA/USA) CR 336 (218+118) by 7-6(3) 4-6 [10-7]  biggrin

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QF:  (WC) Akram el Sallaly & Bernardo Oliveira (EGY/BRA) UNR defeated (Q) Liam Broady & Jay Clarke CR 931 (651+280) by 3 & 3

How wrong was I?!!! cry

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QF:  (1) Neal Skupski & John-Patrick Smith (AUS) CR 131 (73+58) vs Mikelis Libietis & Mackenzie McDonald (LAT/USA) CR 426 (203+223)

QF:  Jarryd Chaplin & Tennys Sandgren (AUS/USA) CR 422 (168+254) vs (2) Luke Bambridge & David O'Hare (IRL) CR 271 (138+133)



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This has been an utterly pants tournament, full of disappointments on a daily basis for GBR, and I hope never to hear the word Fairfield again as long as I live.disbelief



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