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Underdog Tennis Tipping - WEEK 22 - ROLAND GARROS - MANAGER PetecoKraus


What is Underdog Tennis Tipping?

- A variation of the popular game Tennis Tipping played on both MTF and TF , the MAIN DIFFERENCE is in each round you must pick at least 1 highlighted ODDS UNDERDOG in the Order of Play , thus creating more difference, and more exciting matches overall . Regular tennis tipping has most players picking all ODDS FAVORITES every match , IF you pick all FAVORITES here , you will be DISQUALIFIED !





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HOW TO SCORE A MATCH- with tie-break included
 

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Fact Sheet

Location: Paris, FRANCE
Date: Monday MAY 27 - JUNE 9 / 2019
Type: Grand Slam
Surface: Clay, outdoor
Tournament Website: https://www.rolandgarros.com/en-us/
Singles Entry Deadline: Sunday 26, 6:00 PM CET
Draw Size for Singles: Not limited - Swiss System


Grand Slam
W = 2000
F = 1200
SF = 750
QF = 360
9-16 = 180 points
17-32 = 90 points
33-64 = 45 points

MONDAY--------> SWISS SYSTEM DAY 1 / EVERYONE PLAYS
TUESDAY-----------> SWISS SYSTEM DAY 2 / EVERYONE PLAYS
WEDNESDAY--------> SWISS SYSTEM DAY 3 / EVERYONE PLAYS
THURSDAY----------> SWISS SYSTEM DAY 4 / EVERYONE PLAYS
FRIDAY----------> SWISS SYSTEM DAY 5 / EVERYONE PLAYS
SATURDAY---------> SWISS SYSTEM DAY 6 / EVERYONE PLAYS

SUNDAY/MONDAY------------------> QF TOP 8 FROM ROUND ROBIN / KNOCKOUT STYLE
TUESDAY/WEDNESDAY------------> SF
THURSDAY/FRIDAY/SUNDAY-----------> FINAL


What is Swiss System?

A Swiss-system tournament is a non-eliminating tournament format which features a set number of rounds of competition, but considerably fewer than in a round-robin tournament. In a Swiss tournament, each competitor (team or individual) does not play every other. Competitors meet one-to-one in each round and are paired using a set of rules designed to ensure that each competitor plays opponents with a similar running score, but not the same opponent more than once. The winner is the competitor with the highest aggregate points earned in all rounds. All competitors play in each round unless there is an odd number of players.

A Swiss system is used for competitions where the number of entrants is considered too large for a full round-robin to be feasible, and eliminating any competitors before the end of the tournament is undesirable.[1] Round-robin pairings are suitable for a small number of competitors and rounds, as most or all players will play each other; the underlying assumption is that the player who has played all possible opponents and ends with the highest score must be the winner. Knockout, or elimination, pairings rapidly reduces the number of competitors, but may not necessarily result in the best possible competitor winning, as good competitors might have a bad day or eliminate and exhaust each other if they meet in early rounds. Swiss systems intend to provide a clear winner with a limited number of rounds and a potentially unlimited number of opponents. A Swiss system draw should result in a clear winner, without having to play all opponents as in round robin, and without a single bad result terminating participation.

Once 6 days participation ends, the 8 best players will face each other in quarterfinals of a traditional knockout format. Players from number 1 to 4 will be seeded.
 

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