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When do we play?
Teams can play any day or time they agree on. Teams are ecouraged to play every week and keep up with the schedule but they can make up missed matches any time before the session is over (or before round robin rounds are done if format incldes tournament at the end of the session). Teams need to report scores to their designated scorekeeper as soon as they can . Incomplete matches by the end of the session will be recorded as forfeits or DNP (did not play)
Setting up time and place
Team captains are responsible for arranging when and where matches take place. Matches can be scheduled on any public court in Rochester with free access or any other court teams agree on..
Good and timely communication among teams is crucial . Aside from the emails , a list of phone numbers will be passed to the players.
Each team needs to sign up 2-4 players, there are no restrictions as how many matches each player can play. Teams can run their lineups as they wish. Some teams will choose to rotate players each week while other will utilize same two players whenever possible and third player will be used only when needed.
Only players listed before session begins will be allowed to play. Roster changes after the league starts will not be permitted.
Both teams are required to bring a new can of balls to every match. A rackets spin at the beginning of the match determines which team supplied the balls for the match.
Scores are emailed to your designated scorekeeper as soon as your match is done. Incomplete matches will be entered as forfeits or DNPs. If a match is recorded DNP both teams will lose .5 points as a penalty. Forfeit records a match 6-0,6-0 in favor of the team that was avaialble.
Matches are played to win in three sets . So possible scores will be:
2-0 (winner gets 3 points, loser gets 0 points)
2-1 (winner gets 3 points, loser gets 0.5 points )
DNP (match not completed on time, both teams get 0.5 points deducted from their total
FORFEIT (Team that forfeits gets 0 points their opponents get 3 points match recorder 6-0,6-0)
If set score is 6-6 teams play a tie break (first to win 7 points with two points differential).
The league encourages players to play a full third set, but a 10 point tiebreaker (instead of a full 3rd set) is allowed if both teams agree to it.
If at least one team wants to play a 3rd set, a full 3rd set is to be played.
Exact format will depend on number of teams that register for doubles. Most of the time it's round robin or round robin plus two weeks of playoffs. Sessions are either 6 or 7 weeks long. There is one match scheduled every week. Doubles league has 2 sessions each season. Session I starts May 14th 2018.
If two teams end up with same numbe of points their head to head result determines who is ahead. If they played twice and head to head is 1-1 then their overall game differential determines who is ahead.