What About Fantasy Tennis?

I hear people talk a lot about fantasy football. If I’ve got this right, you pick an entire team from any pro players currently playing. Then you get some sort of complicated score assigned to you based on how those individual players performed in their respective games for their respective teams. At least, this is how I imagine it works. Regardless, that’s way too frickin complicated. Too much work.

I’d be more interested in fantasy tennis. After all, you’d just have to pick a single player. Maybe two if you go for doubles.

It’s not like there’d even be that many athletes you’d have to choose from. Lots play, but there’s usually only a small group who win everything.

Not that I know much about tennis either.

In fact, this sounds like a pretty boring idea too. I probably wouldn’t want to have to play this either. I’d rather just read a book. However, if I had to, I’d probably prefer this to fantasy football.

Just a personal thing.

About David S. Atkinson

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