Ok, then please explain these situations:
- traddles: 'In'
- AdeyC: 'Doubles AdeyC/traddles'
That means I'm in Doubles with AdeyC even if I don't want to play with him?
- traddles: 'Doubles traddles/AdeyC'
- Marto: 'Doubles Marto/AdeyC'
- AdeyC: 'In'
Which team AdeyC plays in? Or how do we know he even wants to play Doubles?
Why do you need to complicate things? Since any player has to commit by himself for Singles anyway, would it be hard for him to confirm a Doubles team to spare the manager to send PMs or Ask the Board what should be done in situations like those I presented?
I, for sure, won't admit any not-confirmed team. If i see there are such situations I'll send PMs to managers or announce them on thread, but under no circumstances will accept not-confirmed teams in the Draw. Why should real teams miss the Draw because of the possilble false teams? If the Board feel I break any rules by being so strict, just let me know and we'll see how can be solvved this situation.
1 - In this situation AdeyC has committed traddles/AdeyC as a team. It should be picked up from entry lists that a player was in two events at the same time if one of them also committed somewhere else.
2 - In this situation traddles has committed traddles/AdeyC as a team first
If Marto then said Marto/AdeyC – if it wasn’t noticed straight away the Manager would notice this while doing their Entry Lists and then point out to Marto that AdeyC is already committed with traddles in an earlier post.
Or if AdeyC entered and said just ‘In’ – at that point he would still have been committed into doubles by traddles. If he said 'In with .......' and it wasn't noticed straight away by AdeyC or his planned partner that someone else had committed in with him, the Manager would then notice this at the time he prepares the entry list.
This was something that was voted on by players to keep the rule as one person committing the teams.