Originally Posted by _Chaz
Yeah but Bellucci would be out anyway.
My intention in the post above was actually that Bellucci would be out for sure if he loses in straights today but I didn't really express that clearly.
Wrong, If Bellucci loses, and Reynolds loses later on then Beck is 3-0 while Bellucci, Reynolds, and Klizan are 1-2. it would go to set win %. A bellucci 2-1 loss(would be the only way he loses now that it's in set 3) would make him 4-4 in sets for a 50% set win %. Klizan would be 3-5 for 37.50%, and Reynolds would be 2-5 for 28.57%(if he loses in straights) or 3-5 for 37.50%(if he loses in 3) and Thomaz would advance.
If Bellucci loses, and Reynolds wins, Reynolds is first, Beck is 2nd. If bellucci Loses and Reynolds loses then Beck is first Bellucci is 2nd.
If Bellucci wins, and Beck wins, Beck is first, Bellucci is 2nd.
If Bellucci wins, and Reynolds wins then beck, Reynolds, and Bellucci are all 2-1 and it has to go to set win % againt. If Reynolds were to win that in straights it'd be Bellucci 1st and Reynolds 2nd, if Reynolds won in 3 it'd be Beck first and Bellucci 2nd, if I'm not mistaken on the order of tiebreakers