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How many main draw US Open wins will we get in 2019? [24 vote(s)]

0
8.3%
1
4.2%
2
0.0%
3
0.0%
4
0.0%
5
8.3%
6
0.0%
7
4.2%
8
4.2%
9
12.5%
10
8.3%
11
8.3%
12
12.5%
13
8.3%
14
0.0%
15
0.0%
16
8.3%
17
12.5%
18
0.0%
19 plus
0.0%


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RE: How many British wins will we get at US Open 2019?


Coup Droit wrote:

Maybe move it to the predictions section a couple of weeks after the event finishes? So, for reference, people can find it easily? But leave it here during the US Open if more people see it and access it here? MAKES SENSE!!

OK - moving on - onto serious business - no Andy so that's a lot of wins to take off from other years. And the doubles all bombed at Wimbly. And no wildcard dubs to give an unexpected run. I WOULD LIKE TO CALL DAN AND CAM A WILDCARD IN ALL BUT NAME!

So....I'm going for 8 WITH DUE COURSE!!

#gloomy


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Comments about the prediction section noted. And I will see to it that whoever moved the Wimbledon polls there will not be moving this one, at least until after the event.



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JonH comes home wrote:
Coup Droit wrote:

It's official 'Johnny Come Home' time ! A poll, do love a poll......

AND with mixed doubles

Will give the matter some thought with coffee ....


 Eventually bowed to the pressure!! 

 

Anyway, here are some back history stats: 

Counting all 5 forms of the game in the main draw: recent non Wimbledon performances. (counting doubles as a single win, ie Murray and Skupski equals 1, Salisbury and Ram also equals 1)  

 

US Open 2015 - 21 wins (a good year, and above my 19 plus this time!)

US Open 2016 - 23 wins (another good year and above my 19 plus this time!)

US Open 2017 - 12 wins, a big fall from the previous years. 

US Open 2018 - 13 wins

Australian Open 2019 - 18 wins 

French Open 2019 - 13 wins

So it seems our norm is around 12-13 but pushing to highs just above the 19 plus. But we also seem to be entering this years US Open with less form than recently across the piece...

Average over last 4 US Open events is 17.25 wins

Average over last 3 non Wimbledon slams is 14.67 wins. 

 

 

 

 

 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Wednesday 21st of August 2019 05:20:33 PM


 For those who may be wondering, at Wimbledon this year, we managed 25 wins in total across the 5 events...



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Wednesday 21st of August 2019 08:29:19 PM

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Coup Droit wrote:

Maybe move it to the predictions section a couple of weeks after the event finishes? So, for reference, people can find it easily? But leave it here during the US Open if more people see it and access it here?

OK - moving on - onto serious business - no Andy so that's a lot of wins to take off from other years. And the doubles all bombed at Wimbly. And no wildcard dubs to give an unexpected run.

So....I'm going for 8

#gloomy


 range is all over the place currently, no pattern of voting emerging so far at all. Anywhere from zero to 17 and many in between!



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I voted 13 - because no-one else has and surely we need a little bit of optimism!

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18 votes in so far, a top vote of 17 from 3 folks and a big fat zero at the far end. On average we are currently coming in at 10.5 wins predicted...

I personally went for 10 so appear to be Mr Average (in so many ways), just hope I and many of us are wrong!

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I see a further vote for 17 came in. We are currently the most popular number if not exactly the average.

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Bump

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That's 1.



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Nearly put "that's 2" but suddenly realised that Andy's win doesn't count no



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Now I can put "That's 2" as Evo joins Jo in R2.

Well played to them both.

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2 wins really should or could have been 3, shame Cam couldnt get it over the line. 8.6% percent of our voters said 0 or 1 win total so pleased to say they are proven to be wrong.

Just Kyle today, would see him as favourite to make it 3 wins...

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So day 2 finishes with 2 wins still. Time to get those doubles guys rolling?!

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So make that 4 all of a sudden with Dan's win and Jo's demolition job.

Doubles not even started yet. Still happy with my "12".

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Coup Droit wrote:

Maybe move it to the predictions section a couple of weeks after the event finishes? So, for reference, people can find it easily? But leave it here during the US Open if more people see it and access it here?

OK - moving on - onto serious business - no Andy so that's a lot of wins to take off from other years. And the doubles all bombed at Wimbly. And no wildcard dubs to give an unexpected run.

So....I'm going for 8

#gloomy


 I went for 12 hoping the doubles would give us a decent score confuse

#not quite so gloomy



-- Edited by Strongbow on Thursday 29th of August 2019 10:15:46 PM

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