Let's lead off with the Serena quote that inspired this contest's name:
You’re out of control, you’re out of control, totally out of control, you’re a hater and you’re — you’re unattractive inside.
Never change, Serena.
1. Pick quarterfinalists, semifinalists, finalists, and champions for both ATP and WTA draws. You will receive 7.5 points for each correct quarterfinalist, 5 points for each correct semifinalist and finalist, and 20 points for each correct champion. (Djoker's Wild and Rafa's Rule are in effect, choosing them as champion will only net you 10 points if they win).
2. SUBSTITUTE PICK: Pick a player from each draw to replace one of your quarterfinalists. If this player makes the quarters, they will take the place of whomever you picked in that section of the draw.
3. BIGGEST LOSER: pick the highest seed that will lose in the earliest round from each draw. The player must be a top-16 seed. You get 5 points if your seed is the highest to lose and 2 points if your seed falls in the same round as the highest seed to lose.
4. WINNING UGLY: Pick a player in each draw. If that player was the quarterfinalist who lost the most games en route to the QFs (i.e. within rounds 1-4), you get 5 points. If that player did not lose the most games but lost more games than anyone picked, you get 2 points.
1. MOVING LIKE AN AMERICAN BULL ON ICE: Pick the male U.S. player who's going to go the farthest in singles. A correct choice will net you 5 points. If you make a choice that nobody else makes and he goes the farthest, then you'll get an extra 2 points.
***Unseeded quarterfinalists are worth an extra half point for every seed they take out en route.
***WTF bonus: if you have a pick that makes it to the quarterfinals that no one else made (not even as a substitute pick), you'll gain an extra 5 points for it.
It should be before play starts, but I'm flexible so long as not that much of the tournament has already happened. When in doubt, post your picks! Doubles draws are also decided later, so just make a post about those when they're out. Keep in mind that the tournament begins on Sunday.
Men's singleshttp://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/score ... index.html
Women's singleshttp://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/score ... index.html