It's Lilly and Leemur and Good-Night!

by: Peter Bodo June 11, 2007

Alright, Tribe, I am too fried to do much about acknowledging TW's outstanding Suicide Pool performers. It's getting on 1 AM here, and I'm going to schedule this for  auto-posting in the morning, when I hope to be in a cab heading for CDG airport. I had a great week in Paris, and vastly enjoyed all your Comments and shout-outs. Now to the business at hand!Tat_sp_icon

Leemur, as you know, won the entire, women's shooting match yesterday, and today three of our friends were winners in the men's division, led by overall champion Lilly Potter (she just missed out on winning the TAT division as well as TW).

As Fabulous Mariya informed me in an email earlier today:

The tiebreak came down to the number of breaks, as both Lucy and Lilly predicted the same number of sets and games.  Roger's inability to break worked for Lilly today as she predicted 5 breaks of serve in the match. Lilly Potter was also the only person in the SP to beat both the Men's and Women's Draws!

Congratulations to Patrick and Lucy on also beating the draw.

Here's the winners' path:

Lilly Potter - Almagro - Verdasco -  Robredo - Nieminen - Monaco - Hewitt - Canas - Moya - Davydenko - Djokovic - Federer - Nadal
Lucy - Monaco - Patience - Starace - Nieminen - Robredo - Hewitt - Canas - Moya - Davydenko - Djokovic - Federer - Nadal
Patrick - Almagro - Ferrer - Robredo - Nieminen - Monaco - Baghdatis - Canas - Moya - Davydenko - Djokovic - Federer - Nadal


Andrew will also be posting the winners in the Picks Game tomorrow. I haven't figured out the prizes yet, but there will be prizes! Happy Monday, everyone. I'll be dropping in to see how y'all are doing either late tomorrow (whoops, today) or on Tuesday.

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