The #9-12 players earn byes until the 1st quarterfinal round of the beginning of the season ladder tournament. The #5-8 players earn byes until the 2nd quarterfinal round of the beginning of the season ladder tournament. The #1-4 players earn byes until the last quarterfinal round of the beginning of the season ladder tournament. The remaining players are seeded according to their ranking.
If you are interested in playing you need to email Coach Grumke no later than June 4th with the following information:
You will need to look at who you are playing on the website and if you do not have their phone number you will need to contact me and I will send it to you via text. You will need to set up with your opponent a time, and place to play your match. The winner will then contact me and let me know the game score.
The tiebreak is known as a 12-point tiebreaker. The first player to reach seven points with a lead of at least two points is the winner of the tiebreak and the set. The player who would have served the next game had it not been a tiebreaker starts by serving the first point. The opponent then serves for two points and players continue to alternate serving every two points until a winner is determined. There is no limit on the number of points that can be played. In a traditional tiebreak, after every six points are played the players switch sides. Players do not get a rest during this changeover like they do when changing sides between games in a set. Whichever player or team started serving in the tiebreak set starts by serving the first game in the next set, if applicable.