Allez-Alejo

07-26-2007, 02:18 AM

FMTA #18 - Montreal

HOW TO PLAY

Choose a Mens Tennis player (Past or Present) of your liking. You have 400 points to be distributed amongst 4 surfaces (Hard, Clay, Grass, and Indoor). You may put a maximum of 115 points to one surface and a minimum of 90. You also have one Tiebreak Bonus which you will assign to one of 4 surfaces. These points can only be distributed once and may not be rearranged.

SCORING SYSTEM

When sending in points, you must split your surface points into 3 sets, 5 for Grand Slams. You will send points for each match you play and be compared with your opponent’s points. Differences in points between players per set is as :-

51 pts. or more - the set is 6-0

41-50 - the set is 6-1

31-40 - the set is 6-2

21-30 - the set is 6-3

16-20 - the set is 6-4

10-15 - the set is 7-5

7-9 - the set is 7-6(0)

6 - the set is 7-6(1)

5 - the set is 7-6(2)

4 - the set is 7-6(3)

3 - the set is 7-6(4)

2 - the set is 7-6(5)

1 - the set is 7-6(6)

For example :

PLAYER A sends :

1. 20

2. 70

3. 10

PLAYER B sends :

1. 3

2. 91

3. 6

PLAYER A won 6:4 3:6 7:6(3)

TIEBREAK SYSTEM

This system is applied when there is no difference. Each player has bonus Tiebreak in one surface. The one with the Bonus on Tiebreak will win it by 9-7. If no player has bonus on tiebreak the lower ranked will pass through with a tiebreak of 10-8. If both have bonus tiebreak the highest ranked player will pass through with an 11-9 tiebreak.

EXTRA BONUS

Player ranked First 5 points more on each surface.

Players ranked Second-Fifth 3 points more on each surface.

Players ranked Sixth-Tenth 1 point more on each surface.

Usa players playing at home 1 point more on each surface.

Europeans playing at Europe 1 point more on each surface.

Europeans playing at home 2 points more on each surface.

South Americans playing at home 3 points more on each surface.

South Americans playing at South America 2 points more on each surface.

Australasians playing at Australasia 2 points more on each surface.

DOUBLES

In Doubles points will be an average of the two players' doubles ranking playing in each team.

NEW PLAYERS

New players can sign up their players here:

http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=96716

You need to sign up your player before signing up for the tournament.

HOW TO PLAY

Choose a Mens Tennis player (Past or Present) of your liking. You have 400 points to be distributed amongst 4 surfaces (Hard, Clay, Grass, and Indoor). You may put a maximum of 115 points to one surface and a minimum of 90. You also have one Tiebreak Bonus which you will assign to one of 4 surfaces. These points can only be distributed once and may not be rearranged.

SCORING SYSTEM

When sending in points, you must split your surface points into 3 sets, 5 for Grand Slams. You will send points for each match you play and be compared with your opponent’s points. Differences in points between players per set is as :-

51 pts. or more - the set is 6-0

41-50 - the set is 6-1

31-40 - the set is 6-2

21-30 - the set is 6-3

16-20 - the set is 6-4

10-15 - the set is 7-5

7-9 - the set is 7-6(0)

6 - the set is 7-6(1)

5 - the set is 7-6(2)

4 - the set is 7-6(3)

3 - the set is 7-6(4)

2 - the set is 7-6(5)

1 - the set is 7-6(6)

For example :

PLAYER A sends :

1. 20

2. 70

3. 10

PLAYER B sends :

1. 3

2. 91

3. 6

PLAYER A won 6:4 3:6 7:6(3)

TIEBREAK SYSTEM

This system is applied when there is no difference. Each player has bonus Tiebreak in one surface. The one with the Bonus on Tiebreak will win it by 9-7. If no player has bonus on tiebreak the lower ranked will pass through with a tiebreak of 10-8. If both have bonus tiebreak the highest ranked player will pass through with an 11-9 tiebreak.

EXTRA BONUS

Player ranked First 5 points more on each surface.

Players ranked Second-Fifth 3 points more on each surface.

Players ranked Sixth-Tenth 1 point more on each surface.

Usa players playing at home 1 point more on each surface.

Europeans playing at Europe 1 point more on each surface.

Europeans playing at home 2 points more on each surface.

South Americans playing at home 3 points more on each surface.

South Americans playing at South America 2 points more on each surface.

Australasians playing at Australasia 2 points more on each surface.

DOUBLES

In Doubles points will be an average of the two players' doubles ranking playing in each team.

NEW PLAYERS

New players can sign up their players here:

http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=96716

You need to sign up your player before signing up for the tournament.