Fantasy Tennis Australian Open 1,250 euro in prizes

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Fantasy Australian Open 2019:

In the next two weeks Melbourne will be dominated by the first Grand Slam of the year: the Australian Open.

Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki will do everything to defend their title successfully.

But that will not be easy. Contrary to twelve months ago, Novak Djokovic is back at the top at the men’s tennis table and Rafael Nadal is, in his own words, once again top fit.

For the ladies, predicting the winner is a tombola. Almost everyone in the top 20 can beat each other.

Why play Fantasy Tennis?
 Your engagement with Tennis will further increase. It is not about one tennis players, but 30 tennis players who need to perform for you!
 For only 7 euro you will get many extra hours of entertainment before the start of the tournament but also during the event your tennis players will give you a lot of joy, but also a lot of frustration.
 If you manage to beat the other players, you can also win nice cash prizes (at least 1,250 euro) 1 st prize is at least 250 Euro!

Zweeler Fantasy Sports Games set up a few great games for the Australian Open so you can enjoy Tennis with even more passion!

The Fantasy Australian Open 2019 starts on Monday 14 January 2019 at 1:10 hours CET.

As a participant to the Fantasy Australian Open you need to create a team which exists out of 30 tennis players. All tennis players (men and women) are divided into 7 different groups. You can choose per group a restricted total of tennis players of which you think are going to win the most
points in the Fantasy Australian Open.

The game will cost 7 euro per team and will start with a guaranteed amount of 1,250 euro in prizes.

The first prize will be 250 euro (31 GC prizes).

Click here to register!

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Christian Deverille

Christian Deverille is a tennis writer with a diploma in Freelance Sports Writing from the London School of Journalism. He loves all things tennis, most of all the Federer and del Potro forehands.

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