Fantasy Surfer J-Bay Open 2016
The J-Bay Open is already running, but Gerrit wants to show you who he put onto his team anyways.
Top Picks for the J-Bay Open 2016
Gabriel Medina (9,5): It looks like Medina found back to his old form. Gabriel’s backside is ready to smash and shred the fast wave of the J-Bay Open. In round 1 Gabby scored an impressive 17.27, which makes me hope for much more and a big result.
Julian Wilson (7,5): Julian Wilson made it through round 1 easily as well by scoring an incredible 18.77. On top of that he was in the finals last year. But as we all know – the Great White Shark won the event last year. For 7.5 million a good value pick.
Picks from the Midfield
Jordy Smith (6,5): Whoever doesn’t have Jordy on his team at the J-Bay Open is a fool. And indeed, only 63% of all Fantasy Surfer gamers have Smith on their team, which is odd considering that it’s his home turf and that his flow perfectly matches this wave.
John John Florence (6,5): John John should be the most picked surfer at the J-Bay open with a rate of 87%. For a reason as we can see. The wunderkind should make it really far this event.
Ace Buchan (5,75): The past has shown that ace can be dangerous at the J-Bay Open. I had to choose between Buchan an Wiggolly Dantas. I went for the more experienced surfer who knows the fast and hard wave better.
Parko (5,5): Joel Parkinson has been chosen by only 32% of the Fantasy Surfer gamers, which is really shocking. You can have a look at this video. It says more than 1000 words.
Die cheap picks
Kelly Slater (4,75): Holy Moly, Kelly Slater to be found in this section? Probably one of the reasons, why 70% of the gamers chose Kelly for their team. Another reason should be his stunning success at the J-Bay Open. Also, we shouldn’t forget about his performance at the Fiji Pro, which lets me hope that Kelly wants to be great again.
Conner Coffin (3,25): I thought that Conner would tear the J-Bay Open waves apart with his massive hacks. Maybe he is going to do exactly this. We’ll see what he delivers in his matchup with Adam Melling.
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