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View Poll Results: Should we count the retired matches in TT?
Yes, if one point is played (the current system) 29 55.77%
Yes, if one set is completed 13 25.00%
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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 11-09-2006, 03:03 PM Thread Starter
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Counting the retired matches?

Should we count the matches where the other player retires during the match?

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Re: Counting the retired matches?

Yes, jus count it, but only if the first point has been played..

If PAW counts it , y not TT?

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Re: Counting the retired matches?

5-4 ret no

3-6 4-4 ret no

6-4 ret yes

6-4 5-7 ret. yes

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Re: Counting the retired matches?

Yes, if one point is played.

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Re: Counting the retired matches?

if one set is completed is the most fair
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if one set is completed
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Re: Counting the retired matches?

I bring the first definitely "No".

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Yes, if one set is completed

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Re: Counting the retired matches?

Current system
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Re: Counting the retired matches?

current

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Re: Counting the retired matches?

Keep the current system.
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Re: Counting the retired matches?

the current system is the best one
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it is not , but I guess it the vote will not change
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it is
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Re: Counting the retired matches?

the current one.
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