Fantasy Tennis League Explained
Your quick guide to playing and winning at Fantasy Tennis in 2018.
There are just hours left before the 2018 Fantasy Tennis season kicks off! Create your team at fantasytennisleague team before January 15 to start scoring points from day one of Australian Open 2018. As the biggest online fantasy tennis experience in the world, Fantasy Tennis League is a free and fun way to enjoy the tennis season year-round -- and a great opportunity to win Australian Open 2019 men’s final tickets plus great monthly prizes.
Go to www.fantasytennisleague.com, click register and create the name of your team.
You get 100 million dollars to select 16 ATP and WTA players. They key is to pick a healthy mix of proven players, undervalued veterans, breakout candidates and cheap bench options who you can rely on to play week-in week-out whenever your stars take a break.
Thinking of making a team but don’t know where to start? Follow these three easy steps and you’ll be ready for Round 1 in no time.
Juan Martin del Potro
FTL tip: While Roger Federer is the overwhelming favourite to win the Australian Open, you have to consider that he is likely to take weeks off in between Grand Slams. He is also very expensive, so if you do decide to select him you may have to compromise with some riskier players in other slots. On the women’s side you really can’t go wrong as there is talent across the board and they are all evenly priced.
Pablo Carreno Busta
FTL tip: After dominating in 2016, Angelique Kerber was one of the highest priced players last year. This year she is significantly undervalued and, given her excellent early season form, a great value option. Nick Kyrgios’ win in Brisbane suggests he is also a great buy.
Alex De Minaur
FTL tip: Many of these players will be competing in Weeks 2 and 3, which is very important when your stars are resting. Belinda Bencic and Alex De Minaur are dramatically undervalued – pick them and don’t think twice!
One last time: get your teams selected and saved before Monday 15 January 2018 to ensure your squad can start picking up points at Australian Open 2018 - and keep an eye on Fantasy Tennis Insider on Twitter for all the best hints and tips throughout the season. Good luck!