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The clay season is here! Welcome to ATP 500 Munich!



A few simple rules:

1. First and most important rule is that everyone can join!

2. After deadline's over a random draw will be generated

3. You have to talk with your opponent and find the best time for both of you to play the match. You can chat here to find it or talk personally, furthermore to talk about who should host the game and much more.

4. There's a set deadline of 72 hours to play your match. If this deadline is not met, then the players must decide who will withdraw. If no player offers to withdraw then the more active one will go through. If neither player is cooperative/active then the winner will be chosen at random. If a player can give a valid reason for inability to play in the given time and can play lots of matches afterwards (and inform the manager ahead of time) then they might be given an extension.

5. If you can't find time to play tennis elbow then just announce it here. Your opponent wins by walkover. The same vice versa.

6. We play the MTF Tennis Elbow Munich ATP 500 (because Barcelona won’t be held), that means surface is Clay Court. Format is Best-Of-Three, here a screenshot of the settings:



7. If you host you have to choose under the setting 'controls' the option 'Simulation controls'. We play with Ball preview on plus Danger zone, aiming off. Tiredness on and Fair Mode for the sake of variation.

8. To maximise the joy of this game it is recommended to utilise Hamachi Free to have lag-free matches resp. to avoid lags.

9. Make a screenshot of the result and post it here in the thread.


Deadline is until Saturday (29.04) - Draw ceremony will be around after the deadline.

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Re: MTF TE: ATP Munich; No more rigging, enjoy the clay!

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Re: MTF Tennis Elbow - ATP Munich - Join in before Saturday 12:00 CEST!

Wiki draws!
 

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Re: MTF Tennis Elbow - ATP Munich - Join in before Saturday 12:00 CEST!

You can commit it! :wavey:
 

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GOAT First tournament organization . :worship:

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Re: MTF Tennis Elbow - ATP Munich - Join in before Saturday 12:00 CEST!

I am also in.
 

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Fair mode should help me a bit on this on surface that's terrible for my game. Btw since PS is organizing this he should also make the draw.

And top guns are playing this event too? great another NIDfest :lol:
 

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Fair mode should help me a bit on this on surface that's terrible for my game. Btw since PS is organizing this he should also make the draw.

And top guns are playing this event too? great another NIDfest :lol:
Ofc I am making draws, I will use my random.org. Then Tennis4Lyf or Andreas will help me with Wiki, but after that I will update scores etc.
 

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@ProudSerb However, this is not ATP Munich, this is something greater. MTF TE Munich. :p
 

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@ProudSerb However, this is not ATP Munich, this is something greater. MTF TE Munich. :p

well then my fellow TE players

this is another piece of evidence that we actually have the right to have equal prize money to that of the official ATP main tour

 
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