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Fancy yourself as a tennis punter?

Then you should enter this Champions Race competition. It's essentially a Fantasy Tennis comp based on the ATP Champions Race for 2009, but you only get one chance at selecting your players. It has been going for years, I've never done better than one place off the money, but I'm determined to win it eventually! There are some pretty sharp guys entering the comp, but over the course of the year, who knows what might happen!

£50 to enter, prizes down to 6th. First prize at least £1k, depending on the number of entries, all entry fees go into the pot.

Further details - click here

Plenty of side betting going on as well, just to keep it interesting until the last event.

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    I have added your site on my betting blog links page

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    I would appreciate if you added my blog to your links

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  2. and a week later you were gone... the point of a blog is longevity!

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