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 Puzzle ID: #33998 Fun: (2.71) Difficulty: (2.56) Category: Logic-Grid Submitted By: Winner4600 Corrected By: Winner4600

One year, tennis fans all over the world saw four players, Federer, Nadal, Hewitt, and Baghdatis, dominate the sport's four biggest events. These men reached either the quarterfinals, semifinals, finals, or won in each of the four Grand Slams. However, due to a glitch in the computer system, officials have lost the specific results and are depending on you to help them out! They can only provide a few facts that they remember. Can you piece together the information?

Nadal's poorest showing was in Australia.

The four tennis players are: Nadal, the Australian Open semifinalist, the U.S. Open finalist, and the Australian Open champ, who was runner-up at Wimbledon.

The player who finished in the quarters at Roland Garros (in Paris) had the same result at the U.S. Open.

Federer won the most Grand Slams.

The semifinalist in France was the quarterfinalist in England.

Hewitt didn't win any Grand Slams.

The four men are Hewitt, the French Open quarterfinalist, the French Open champion, and the U.S. Open champion.

Baghdatis managed to scrape out a win Down Under, while Nadal followed up with a win on clay.

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 Winner4600 Nov 17, 2006 YAY! chaskey Nov 17, 2006 An ace! scallio Nov 17, 2006 Oh my... this is the first time I can ever remember missing some on a logic grid! This should have been so simple, although it was confusing. I assumed Runner Up meant finalist but I still somehow managed to mix up a couple of Federer and Bagh's placings! Thanks for a fun teaser... I think! amn0856 Nov 17, 2006 I don't follow tennis, so when you say U.S. Open and there is only U.S. Champ, U.S. Final and so on one the grid, what does Aus. Open and U.S. Open mean??? Spiritdance Nov 17, 2006 I don't follow Tennis either, but "Open" pretty much means contest. For example: "The player who finished in the quarters at Roland Garros (in Paris) had the same result at the U.S. Open." ...It means the one who finished in the French quarters also finished in the quarters in the U.S. Pizzazz2u Nov 17, 2006 I can enjoy almost ANY logic-grid type teaser. Whether it is in tennis, golf, baseball,golf football, etc... If there is enough given information, Most ALL categories for logic grid puzzles can be work out, in due time. I enjoy the challenge Although, some will definitely take longer than others. Keep up the fantasic work! Awesome teaser. Winner4600 Nov 17, 2006 thanks a lot for all the wonderful comments! Lizzie713 Nov 18, 2006 Awesome That rocked Thanks locomom Nov 21, 2006 Fun, fun, fun! Thanks!!! unstumped Nov 26, 2006 I enjoyed that teaser. Thanks a lot Winner4600 Nov 26, 2006 thanks, everyone! Thel Nov 30, 2006 Great teaser! Had me googling R Garros to check out whether it was clay before I noticed the hint! Keep on with it! Cat-Lady Dec 20, 2006 At first I thought this was too confusing. After doing another very hard one, I came back and found this wasn't so hard after all Fun and challenging dagobert Jan 09, 2007 I prefer those that don't attempt to complicate the puzzle with terminology that may be unknown to the solver. Complexity should be a product hint formulation, not my limited grasp tennis terminology. Winner4600 Jan 09, 2007 your point? dreamlvr1432 Aug 17, 2007 Great teaser! Somehow I managed to mark a wrong box in the grid and had to start over, but eventually figured it out. Thanks for the hint. Without it, I would never have figured out who had clay courts as I don't follow tennis. This one got my brain working and ready for the day. Keep up the good work! Winner4600 Aug 17, 2007 Thanks! Freezinjoe Sep 03, 2007 The 2nd clue doesn't make much sense to me. Doesn't runner up mean the person who finished 2nd which would make them the finalist? Winner4600 Sep 03, 2007 Yes. trewq Aug 11, 2010 i love these guys Obilio Mar 30, 2013 Thanks again for your work, I've left comments on your teasers before. Yours are consistently challenging and FUN