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Make Your Picks For WTA Draw Challenge

The draw is out for the Sony Open Tennis, and you can make your picks as part of the inaugural WTA Draw Challenge.

Published March 16, 2014 12:00

Make Your Picks For WTA Draw Challenge
WTA Draw Challenge

The inaugural WTA Draw Challenge kicked off at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells and is continuing at the Sony Open Tennis in Miami.

You can register for and make picks in the WTA Draw Challenge here!

If you're already registered, you can go ahead and make your picks for Miami. If you haven't registered yet, you can do so by clicking on the link above. You will have until the start of main draw play on Tuesday to get all of your picks in for every round.

Come back to drawchallenge.wtatennis.com throughout the tournament to see how you are faring against other fans. Whoever picks the most matches correct will be named the Event Champion at the tournament's conclusion.

You can also make your picks at other Road To Singapore events in Madrid, Rome, Montréal, Cincinnati, Wuhan, Beijing and at the BNP Paribas WTA Championships - Singapore. Whoever accumulates the most points through all nine tournaments will be named Season Champion and will receive special recognition.

So, do your research, make your picks and good luck!

Check out the leaderboard for the WTA Draw Challenge here.

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