Nike Dunk Contest

Final:

Name Score
1. Firas Lahyani (Tunisia)  119
2. Yan Pengfei (China)  74
3. Demetrius Miller (USA)  47
4. Toni Vitali (Croatia)  46

The Nike Dunk Contest Final is played on Sunday 8 June at 16.45CET on Court 1.

In the First Round of the Final (semi-finals), each player has up to 3 attempts to complete a first dunk then 3 more attempts to complete a second dunk. The first successful is marked (marks 0, 5-10) by each member of the jury. The final score is the sum of the marks given by each member of the jury. The 2 players with the best scores advance to the Second Round of the Final.

The Second Round of the Final follows the same format for the last 2 players: each player has up to 3 attempts to complete a first dunk then 3 more attempts to complete a second dunk. The first successful is marked (marks 0, 5-10) by each member of the jury. The final score is the sum of the marks given by each member of the jury. The player with the highest score wins the Dunk contest. The winner gets gold, the runner-up gets silver and the 2 players who didn't advance to the second round of the final both get bronze.

Participants:

Up to 1 player from each men's team can take part.

Qualifications:

The Nike Dunk Contest qualifications were played on Saturday 7 June at 15.40CET on Court 1.

Name Score
Yan Pengfei (China)  24+24=48
Toni Vitali (Croatia)  21+23=44
Jan Stehlik (Czech Republic)  19+0=19
Patrich Bolstad (New Zealand)  20+20=20
José Lopez (Puerto Rico)  19+0=19
Firas Lahyani (Tunisia)  29+30=59
Demetrius Miller (USA)  20+0=20*

*Qualified for the Final after winning the tie-breaker versus Bolstad.

The 4 players with the highest scores advanced to the Final which consists of two rounds (semi-finals and final).

In the Qualification Round, each player has up to 3 attempts to complete a dunk, with the first successful dunk being marked (marks 0, 5-10) by each member of the jury.

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