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Now it is up to you guys to decide which events your players will play. Typically this will be done by PM, but since March is just Indian Wells and Miami, I figure most people will have all their players play, so we can post in the thread. I will post first. Try to post your entry lists for March pretty soon so we can start the events! :)

If anyone is willing to help out a bit with running the game, collating these lists (and receiving the PMs later) would be very helpful. The full names can be in any order. I will do it for March to show the correct format, but in the future maybe someone else could do this part.

Tournaments will have no qualifying. All qualifiers will be replaced by wildcards chosen by me based on fame and nationality.

March Calendar


Indian Wells (2 weeks) - 96 man draw - 84 direct entry - 12 wildcards
Miami (2 weeks) - 96 man draw - 84 direct entry - 12 wildcards
 

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Alex De Minaur - Indian Wells, Miami
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@Snowwy 96 players draw? 32 seeded based on atp ranking or ElO ramking?

2nd question : according to the advance in a tournament can we withdraw a player for next tournament? How do you estimate how tired players are?
 

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@Snowwy 96 players draw? 32 seeded based on atp ranking or ElO ramking?

2nd question : according to the advance in a tournament can we withdraw a player for next tournament? How do you estimate how tired players are?
Everything uses ELO rankings. Entry list is done with ELO.

Regarding fatigue, at this point fatigue is only factor by how many events are played, not by how far or by how long a match is. The program is a work in progress so I’d like to add that but I’m not sure if I will or when.

I want to emphasize that. The entire program is a work in progress. I think it’s ok, but I’m sure it has bugs so it will always be changing a bit as we play to try to make it more realistic. My goal is to make it as good as simulators for other sports, but I’m not a computer programmer or anything (learning as I go) and I have a young family so my available time fluctuates wildly.
 

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Everything uses ELO rankings. Entry list is done with ELO.

Regarding fatigue, at this point fatigue is only factor by how many events are played, not by how far or by how long a match is. The program is a work in progress so I’d like to add that but I’m not sure if I will or when.

I want to emphasize that. The entire program is a work in progress. I think it’s ok, but I’m sure it has bugs so it will always be changing a bit as we play to try to make it more realistic. My goal is to make it as good as simulators for other sports, but I’m not a computer programmer or anything (learning as I go) and I have a young family so my available time fluctuates wildly.
no problem mate was just curious!
thanks a lot for organisation :worship:
 
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@BMT360 Last one missing eh eh eh!
 

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Sorry guys for the delay. I was going to do it an hour ago and power went out in my house. Just came back on.

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