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PRINTING SCORECARDS (Mel Howard-Schmidt   Oct 3)
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TO PRINT A SCORECARD FOR YOUR MATCH:

After you log in to the website with your email address and password, click on ADMIN - click on TEAMS & SCHEDULES - find your TEAM - look to the right side of the screen and you will see your SCHEDULE for the season.

 Click on the day (not date) of your match (example - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) and you will get a scorecard for that particular match.    PRINT.

ENTERING YOUR SCORES (Mel Howard-Schmidt   Oct 3)
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ENTERING YOUR SCORES:

If sets are split and you go to the 3rd set tiebreak, you will enter the first two sets as you normally do.   The 3rd set will be recorded with the actual score of the tiebreak in the "tiebreak" box and either a "0" or "1" in the "set" box.

The 3rd set tiebreak will be a 10 point Coman tiebreak which is described below.

CAPTAINS - BROADCAST EMAIL TO TEAM (Mel Howard-Schmidt   Oct 3)
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Log into tenniscores.com with your email address and password.

Click on BROADCAST E-MAIL.  Click SELECT button.   At this point you have the capability of editing who receives the intended email or send to all players on your team.    After message is written, click SEND button.

 

Coman Tiebreaker (Carole Welch   Oct 3)
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What is The Coman Tiebreak Procedure? The Coman Tiebreak Procedure is the same as the present tiebreak (set or match), except that ends are changed after the first point, then after every four points (i.e., after the 5th, 9th, 13th, 17th points, etc.), and at the conclusion of the tiebreak. The scoring in the Coman Tiebreak Procedure is the same as a traditional set or match tiebreak, and the procedure for playing the Coman Tiebreak is the same as a set or match tiebreak. For example, if the Coman Tiebreak Procedure is used when the set score is 6-6, the player whose turn it is to serve shall serve the first point from the deuce court; after the first point, the players shall change ends and the following two points shall be served by the opponent(s) (in doubles, the player of the opposing team due to serve next), starting with the ad court; after this, each player/team shall serve alternately for two consecutive points (starting with the ad court), changing ends after every four points, until the end of the tiebreak game. It will be scored first team to win 7 points by 2.  The Super Tiebreak used in lieu of the 3rd set will be scored first team to win 10 points by 2.     Principal Advantages 1. Fairness – By changing ends more frequently, the effects of the elements (sun, wind, etc.) are distributed more evenly between the two opponents as opposed to playing six consecutive points before changing ends. 2. In doubles, the server will always serve from the same end of the court, rather than having to serve from both ends. e?

Contact Information (Mel Howard-Schmidt   Oct 3)
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CONTACT INFORMATION:  Please include your team name and division when communicating with Stacy and/or Mel  so we can respond more efficiently.  Thanks.....


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