Way to go Arvis!


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Everyone aboard the Dtrain!

Thanks Edu, and congrats!

Don't forget Madrid starts on Saturday people

Flippin nice work Johnny, early contender for Performance of the Year?

Nicely done Murree!

Glad to see the back of the sunshine double. I'm only happy when it rains.

Remarkable Arvis, well done!

Nice work Johnny!


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Prepare to be surprised Johnny!


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Thanks Arvis, though I believe that Delpo has pulled out of IW this year. Does that make things easier?


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Congrats to those who scored Vader points last week, I will be deleting it from my memory banks

Getting cagey now, but Mr Anackin racks up more weeks at #1

LOL Arvis, great week Adunar!

Johnny's performance in Delray Beach and some of the brackets in Budapest were jaw dropping this week!

Eat my dust, suckers!


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I just happened to be in Shrewsbury that week on business. Personal business. If you know what I mean.

Congrats to HTS, Arvis & Dtrain!


Thanks Arvis!

GOOOOOOO TennisElbow! Level with 2018!

Thanks Tono!

Congrats Jenny!
Something tells me Drivers will be challenging for the big titles this year!

Congrats Murreee!

Wow! Already some spice in the rankings!


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Thanks for doing these Arnie. Well, I have my winner's points to defend at RG so expecting my joint reign to be brief!


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Australian Open 2019

Team ROW knew they had to come into 2019 prepared after a huge loss to the USA in Melbourne last year. A lot of work was put in during the off season training camp, working with the likes of Hewitt & Lendl, and it really paid off:

ROW 13208
USA  12352

Edu led his team to a huge victory margin of 856 points, putting the Americans on the back foot for the rest of the year. Can they close the gap when the teams next meet on the red clay of Roland Garros?


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The Rebel Alliance Cup is now in its second year, this is a team competition, USA v Rest of the World. The top 8 scores in GSFT from each team are used in the competition.

The USA are the current holders of the Cup after winning the inaugural competition in 2018.

Spreadsheet with scores, players etc:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ … eEhYPPa9U/

OMG that's a nightmare, I'll have to tell the others