Mystery FED CUP year!
1. There must be at least four named in a team at the start of the year and can be up to six. With two emergencies.
2. You divide 100 points into the following sets:
You divide 150% into these three categories:
You divide another 100 points into these four categories:
The matches will go exactly like the real Fed Cup.
1# Singles vs 1# Singles
2# Singles vs 2# Singles
Doubles with 3# + 4#
1# Singles vs 2# Singles
2# Singles vs 1# Singles
With the set points this will be the score:
50+ = 6-0
40-49 = 6-1
30-39 = 6-2
25-29 = 6-3
15-24 = 6-4
10-14 = 7-5
9 = 7-6 (0)
8 = 7-6 (1)
7 = 7-6 (2)
6 = 7-6 (3)
5 = 7-6 (4)
4 = 7-6 (5)
3 = 7-6 (6)
2 = 7-6 (7)
1 = 7-6 (8+)
With the percentage points, if your injury resistance is too low than there is a chance of getting injured and you will lose that particular set and if it is the first rubber than one of the doubles players will be called in. Obviously your serve percentage needs to be high so you win more points and your return percentage must be high so you can return it. The score above also depends on your serve percentage and return percentage.
With the 100 points into the categories; Power, Speed, Endurance and Accuracy. They all need to be high as they are all reasonably important. Power and Accuracy may also determine the game score, Endurance, involves how long the set goes on for and Speed will be linked in with endurance and multiplied and that will also help out your injury resistant percentage.
At the start of the year you will select a team and select between four-six players. Take note that if you choose four than if one gets injured you do not have a replacement and each player would have to play two matches bringing the doubles playerís endurance and speed down along with the injury persistence percentage. The longer you play, the more chance there is of injury.
When you name your team you must list them like this because when the season starts you canít bring in any new players with the exception of the halfway mark where you can pick up and delist players.
Player Name; Country; Rank; Preferred surface:
Alicia Molik; AUS; 13; Grass;
Nicole Pratt; AUS; 52; Grass;
Samantha Stosur; AUS; 59; Hardcourt
Evie Dominikovic; AUS; 115; Carpet
Although this is not 100% correct you get the idea. You can choose their preferred surface but the rank must be exact because that decides what grade youíre in.
At the halfway mark, a title is awarded to three teams the champions of each grade. Then the top two in each Grade move up except for the winner and runner-up of A Grade and the bottom two teamís in each grade move down.
Each round you will PM me your points. There will be a round robin in each of the big tournaments like the Grand Slams. While it will be knockout in most tournaments.
You will get certain points for doing well:
1 Competing in any tournament
Then I will rank the countries after each tournament and list whoís running hot or cold.
I am hoping to get at least 24 countries (8 in each group).
Any questions please ask me or PM me.
Thanks for playing and good luck to whatever country you choose.
PS. I am getting a forum for this game.
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Last edited by Hantuchova 4 ME; Jan 14th, 2005 at 03:57 AM.