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GoDominique
Jan 11th, 2005, 09:42 PM
There are more and more games on WTAWorld these days.
For a newbie, this might be very confusing or even daunting. And it's also lots of work to go through all the forums to find that game that you like best.
That's why I think we should have a thread where posters can find brief synopses of all the games. :)
If you like the idea, just put your introducation in this thread, and I will put them all into one post according to the order in the Games forum. :)

Hantuchova 4 ME
Jan 11th, 2005, 09:59 PM
GAME NAME: Fantasy Hopman Cup Style with Unlimited Players:

BRIEF IDEA:
You pick both a women and a man tennis player and then there is a season like the normal season where they play matches against each other in all the different tournaments and you get prize money and points then you get ranked.

FORMAT:
Both the women play each other, then the men, and then followed by the mixed doubles.

HOW IT'S RUN:
You have 900 points to divide into lots of different categories and then we play matches by seeing who has a particular advantage in a certain catergory. The team who wins overall advances through to the next round.

PRO'S:
There are unlimited players. Unlike most games where's there's a cut-off and you can't get in. If there is more than 64 then there is qualifying and wildcards and so on.

MORE INFO:
Go to the thread where there is a lot of etail with this game and you can join anytime. Feel free to PM me any questions you've got.

DoctorG
Jan 11th, 2005, 10:11 PM
*sticking the thread*

GoDominique
Jan 11th, 2005, 10:15 PM
BNTT - Barcode Numbers Tennis Tour

Organizer(s):

GoDominique

Who can join?

Open to all.
Unlimited number of players.
New players can join anytime.

What is it about?

The players compete in weekly tournaments against each other. They play "matches" with tennis-scoring. There's singles and doubles competition as well as rankings.
The players split a certain amount of points into six numbers between 0 and 9 (for each set) and pick a service/return profile. This information is used to determine match results.
Both tactics and luck are required to be successful.
The players play with their WTAWorld usernames.

How much time and effort is necessary to play it?

Players have to send new points every week = about 3 minutes a week.

Special features?

Consolation rounds: Each player has at least two matches per tournament.
Scoring based on the real "match", match stats and comments.
No commitment-threads. If you send points, you play.
Masters and Year-end tournaments with round-robin play.
Different "surfaces".

GoDominique
Jan 11th, 2005, 10:18 PM
*sticking the thread*
Thanks Doc. ;)

Maybe we could agree on a common layout and structure.
It doesn't have to be the one that I used. ;)

Hayato
Jan 12th, 2005, 09:36 AM
Challenger Tour!

Play as a low ranked player (100+) and play in $10K, $25K, $50K and $75K events against other low ranked players! Divide 200 points into 4 surface strategies (Clay, Hard, Grass, Carpet) and divide however many points you have on that surface, into 3 tiebreak sets. Play doubles and chat with other players!

:worship:

Alicia Rocks
Jan 12th, 2005, 10:19 AM
I Am Trying To Get The Betting Game In The Forum Thingie Magiggy
But I Dont Know How

Can Someone Reply Asap

tom2791
Jan 12th, 2005, 04:51 PM
Tennis Stars Tour

An interesting game with a unique point system. Has very friendly members and a nice atmosphere. You can choose any player in the world, retired or with any rank. You play in real tournaments too!
We have 28 members so it would be nice seeing you there! We have alot of popular top 10 players still available too!

Tennis Stars Tour (http://www.wtaworld.com/forumdisplay.php?f=462)

twight6
Jan 28th, 2005, 09:24 PM
WFTG: Women's Fantasy Tennis Game:

Each player has a fantasy team made up of WTA players. How ever good the players are, that is how good your team is. Sounds easy right, just pick the top players and you will win? Wrong, here's the twist. Every thing you do (every tournament you enter, every player you have) costs money. Each player starts out with $75,000. You use this money to buy players and enter tournaments.You get the same ranking pts, quality pts, and prize money as your players, depending on how well they do. Here is an example:
You bought Lindsay Davenport and she wins the Toray Pan Pacific Open. You get 300 pts. toward your ranking (just like she does) as well as any quality pts. she gets (i will figure it all out). You also get $189,000 in money to buy players and enter tournaments.


For the complete list of rules, click here (http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?p=4808618&posted=1#post4808618)

SpikeyAidanm
Jan 29th, 2005, 12:03 PM
PAW (Pick-A-Winner)

Predictions are one of the fun things to do in life – there is no formula to follow, no rules to abide, just using your own instincts in picking the most wild or weird prediction. Now WTAWorld's premier game PAW allows WTA fans from across the globe to have their prediction skills rated against some odd 250 other players. As a PAW player, you are indeed like a WTA player, you will be traveling the PAW circuit each week playing many different tournaments. The game includes an overall 52 week ranking, race to the championships, fascinating stats, weekly tournament commentary, award voting, country threads that you are free to participate in and special events such as the Federation Cup and Hopman Cup. The game also gives you a fantastic opportunity to meet new WTAWorld members who are fellow PAW players – PAW Chats are a regularity on MSN.


Click here for RULES. (http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=95734)

Sharapova is hot
Feb 6th, 2005, 07:28 AM
Lazy Women's Tennis Game

Rule:

Pick Winners from fantasy tournaments that I create and see who accurate and lucky you get at picking winners. It's that easy. Examples are in thread. :)

Jessik2000
Feb 6th, 2005, 01:59 PM
For the one's who speak french, I've found a game about WTA players.

www.wtamail.fr.fm

The game is easy. You've got to choose a real player, then training her and let her play some tournament like gran slam or Fed Cup.

The season is like the real one.

Darop.
Mar 17th, 2005, 02:18 PM
WTA TOUR:
The Game


http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v645/dadyo/logo1.jpg

Organizer(s):

DADYO
PointBlank



What is it about?

Playing is fun and easy.

You must send in 2 seperate sets of points.
In the first set of points you must divide 50 points into 6 categories which are: SERVE, SPEED, VOLLEY, FOREHAND, BACKHAND, CONCENTRATION.
In the second set of points, you must divide 100 "Effort Points" into 13 games.
Then, you must select your dominant surface.

In each game of the match, I will take the amount of effort points you put into the game which is being played and sum those points to the points of a category which will be randomly selected. The player with more points wins that game.

How much time and effort is necessary to play it?

3 minutes every week.

Special features?

Plyer introductions and match statistics based on how players sent points in.
Li scoring for semi final and final matches.
WTA Tour: The Game Shop :D
Game Link: http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=154205

Cage
Apr 13th, 2005, 03:13 AM
The Tennis Ranch!!!!!

A fun game and easy just split points its that easy!!!!

pleese join soon!!!

ClaudiaZ-S
Jun 12th, 2005, 03:52 PM
WFC: Womens Fantasy Cup


What is WFC?

Womens Fantasy Cup is a game that is different from other games in this board. There will also be a Fantasy Season Schedule: 18 week schedule including the YEC. You can chioce a player ranked in the top 150 and players who have retired RECENTLY (e.g Hingis, Kournikova etc)



THE SCORING SYSTEM

All you just need to do is spread 1 to 13 into 13 parts for 3 sets

Example:

Venus Williams (USA) sent:
Set 1:13-6-2-3-8-10-1-4-11-5-7-9-12
Set 2:13-12-11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1
Set 3:1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13

Martina Hingis (SUI) sent:
Set 1:2-7-3-10-5-1-6-11-4-9-8-12-13
Set 2:9-6-11-2-3-8-1-12-5-13-4-7-10
Set 3:10-7-4-9-6-11-13-5-1-12-8-3-2

The score:

First Set

Williams –13
Hingis – 2
Therefore, 1-0 Williams

Williams –6
Hingis -7
1-1

Williams – 2
Hingis -3
2-1 Hingis

Williams - 3
Hingis - 10
3-1 Hingis

3-2 Hingis
3-3
4-3 Hingis
5-3 Hingis
5-4 Hingis
Game First Set: Martina Hingis

Martina Hingis leads Venus Williams 6-4


1-0 Williams
2-0 Williams
3-0 Williams
4-0 Williams
5-0 Williams
5-1Williams
5-2 Williams
Game Second Set: Venus Williams

Martina Hingis tied with Venus Williams 6-4 2-6


1-0Hingis
2-0 Hingis
3-0 Hingis
4-0 Hingis
5-0Hingis
Game,Set and Match: Martina Hingis

Martina Hingis (SUI) def. Venus Williams (USA) 6-4 2-6 6-0


IF both players sent the same point in that particular game, there’ll be coin-toss

Hope everything is ok! PM with questions


So please sign up

Farina Elia Fan & ClaudiaZ

LTT
Sep 20th, 2005, 12:22 AM
LTT: Ladies Tennis Tour


Organisers: F-R-E-A-K & fOxYLiCoUs :D

LTT: http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=193717

-jenks-
Nov 21st, 2005, 09:45 PM
FWTG!!

Join Now!!


Click here to join! (http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=205065)

Geisha
Nov 21st, 2005, 10:20 PM
Join LTL

Tennace
Jan 3rd, 2006, 10:48 PM
Join WTTT!!!!!

Derek.
Jan 14th, 2006, 07:56 PM
Join WUTA. :)

UDACHi
Jan 15th, 2006, 03:31 AM
Join ITLT. Coming soon. :)

-jenks-
May 7th, 2006, 01:11 AM
Reserve your spot for FWTL Season 2, for all that aren't already playing.

http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=233275

Cp6uja
Jun 6th, 2006, 02:34 AM
I created today new SET POINT GAME

Basic rules:


No commitments are necessary for the tournaments. Post your picks in the thread before start of first match, and you IN!




SCORING POINTS SYSTEM:

If you correctly predict 2-1 win of WTA worse ranked player - you reach 6 pts for that correct pick.

If you correctly predict 2-0 win of WTA worse ranked player - you reach 5 pts for that correct pick.

If you correctly predict 2-1 win of WTA better ranked player - you reach 4 pts for that correct pick.

If you correctly predict 2-0 win of WTA better ranked player - you reach 3 pts for that correct pick.

You have posibility to use "JOKERS" ("X", "X-X", "joker") if you don’t want tip some match (you have right to use this posibiliti not more than 1/4 of some round matches - maximum 16 times in 64 matches of R128, maximum 8 times in 32 matches of R64, maximum 4 times in R32, maximum 2 times in R16, maximum 1 time in QF, and no right to use "jokers" in SF round or Final match) and for all of that "joker" picks you always reach 2 pts.

If you incorrectly predict 2-0 win of some player - and if she win 2-1 you reach 1 pts "lucky loser" bonus for that incorrect pick. Also, If you incorrectly predict 2-1 win of some player - and if she win 2-0 or lose 2-1 you reach 1 pts "lucky loser" bonus for that incorrect pick.

If you incorrectly predict 2-0 win of some player - and if she lose, you reach 0 pts for that incorrect pick. If you incorrectly predict 2-1 win of some player - and if she lose 2-0, you reach 0 pts for that incorrect pick.
Also, if you late to send your pick for some match or use more "jokers" than you have right for that round (maximum 1/4 of number of that round matches) you reach 0 pts for all that’s tips.




WARNNING:
Cases of retirement:
If some player retire before match start or when she lead 1-0 - that match is not count!
If some player retire in first set or when score is 1-0 for opposit player - that match counted like 2-0 win for opposite player!
If some player retire in third set - that match counted like 2-1 win for opposite player!


After each round I will update the standings with the points you receive for your picks.

RANKING POINTS:

At the end of the each tournament, you will receive ranking points based on where you are in the rankings.
The ranking points you get will be based on the Ranking Points the WTA Players receive for the round they make.
The actual rankings will be calculated after each tournament, and will
be done like the WTA Rankings(except the fact that all tourneys you play in count). They will run on a 12 month system, and you will lose points exactly 12 months after you gain them if you do not defend them. This will help keep the game close and more realistic.
There will also be Race Rankings, which will be accumulated from the first tournament up until the last tournament before the YEC.
The top 8 will make the YEC. After the Year-End Championships, the points will reset and everyone will start the next year from 0.



...etc ...etc

Hantu515
Jun 23rd, 2006, 11:16 PM
First and foremost this is NOT another game where you distribute points

Women's Team Tennis - the season

How the game works:

You must pick 13 number between 1-100 and cannot repeat them in the same set
example:
set 1: 1-6-80-45-30-90-25-3-65-33-96-100
set 2: 2-7-54-34-87-56-99-6-65-29-98-52
set 3: 3-1-44-29-14-15-86-9-43-42-85-77

Your points will be put up against another players. The runners (myself and danfan) will then select a number randomly between 1-100 whoever is closer wins the game. If there is a tie there will be a coin toss

There is also surface preference: this means you get 3 "winners" to use in each match NOT SET, a winner automatically wins the game unless they are both winners in the same game in which case a coin toss will decide

How to start
1. Select a Top 200 player or a famous player from the past i.e. Seles,Coetzer
2. You and 3 teamates will make a team and will compete with other teams in fed cup fashion, but you don't have to be from the same country. Your team will select a surface preference.
3. Determine your order each player will compete in singles and 2 of them will also compete in the doubles match

I am hoping to get 32 players if not we will work things out

See thread for more info

gocanadago
Sep 6th, 2006, 10:00 PM
Join the WRTT
My game could look very similar as other were you distribute points BUT in my game you don't choose only a name but a player, what I mean by that is that if you choose Kim Clijsters or Margit Ruutel there will be a difference! Every girls as a certain amount of points to divide in 3 sets and 13 games depending of their ranking on the WTA. For the ranking, there's another big difference cause on my game every girls start with a certain amount of point in the ranking so we won't see Aleksandra Wozniak as world number 1 after the first week. If you want more details just go see!

http://www.wtaworld.com/forumdisplay.php?f=890

Join Please :)

kittyking
Sep 8th, 2006, 09:01 AM
PTF - Predict the finalists
Hello and welcome to Predict the finalists in Sofia this week
This game is very simple, basically every week I will pick an itf senior (either a 10k, 25k, 50k or 75k) tournament at random and all you have to do is pick the 8 Quarter-Finalists, 4 Semi-Finalists, the Losing Finalist and Winner - simple as that. This must be done before the start of the first round. If you choose a player who withdraws before the main draw starts then it will be replaced by a player a 'R1' (replacement player)

Send your picks in the following format please

Losing Quarter Finalists: A Bc, B cd, C, De, D Ef
Losing Semi Finalists: E Fg, F Gh
Losing Finalist: G Hi
Winner: H Ij
or similar

Points are awarded as follows;
Quarterfinalist correct: 20 per player
Semifinalist correct: 20 per player
Finalists correct: 20 per player
Winner correct: 20

If you correctly chose the winner you would be granted a total of 80 PTF points, correctly chose the losing finalist 60 points etc.
Also if you picked H Ij to win and she lost in the quarterfinals you would be granted 20 PTF points, and if you picked E Fg to be a loosing semi-finalist and Efg won the tournament then you would only be allotted 40 points still. In total the maximum amount of points you can get per tournament is 300.

Come on give it a go! Youve got nothing to loose
Please send your picks to kittyking

Current PTF Leaderboard
:sad: This is the first tournament

Also if you would be willing to help me out with this tournament in future weeks please get in touch too
http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=261385

GracefulVenus
Sep 11th, 2006, 10:08 PM
The Round-Robin Tennis Association.
(RRTA)

Round Robin Format for all Tournaments

Sign-up in my thread!!!

Viktymise
Dec 23rd, 2006, 02:45 PM
FILL-IN-THE-DRAW 2006

Here's what you need to know:
1) No commitments are necessary for the tournaments. Simply post your picks in the thread. You may play more than one event per week.

2) To play this game, you will post a full predicted draw for the tournament, including all winners in all matches of all rounds.

3) You must post your full prediction before the first ball of the first main draw match is struck.

4) If a player withdraws after you have made your prediction, you MAY ONLY alter your pick if the withdrawing player was seeded. However, if the player who withdrew is not a seed, you may not replace.
Unless a seeded player withdraws, you are not allowed to change picks after the first post.
If you are changing picks due to the withdrawal of a seed, you must post your picks in a new post. No editing posts under any circumstances.

5) As far as qualifiers are concerned, you may post just "Q" in you predictions if you wish to make them before the qualifiers are placed, or you may wait until they are placed to predict, but remember that you must post before the first match begins. If two qualifiers play each other, and you are predicting before they are placed, you must predict based on their placement in the draw. For instance, you may say "Qualifier 1 d. Qualifier 2" which would indicate a prediction that the qualifier who is listed first in the draw would win.

6) If a player receives a bye, you do not get points for predicting them into the second round.

7) Scoring goes as follows:
The points you receive will be based on the round points for the tournament. For each player you predict correctly into the second round, you receive the round points for a first round victory, and so on.

8) PLEASE REMEMBER:
-Post your picks in the form 'A d. B' or 'A over B', and not in the form 'B loses to A'.
-Also, please do not use smilies in your picks, there is really no need for it.
You may begin predicting!

:wavey: play in 07 everyone welcome

Moccha
Dec 27th, 2006, 01:03 PM
SUPERB MASTERS Women's Tennis Association

SMWTA



The aim of this game is to make the most realistic matches between players. This game takes into account:
- player's favorite surface
+ indoor/outdoor preference
- player's features
- player's favorite shots

How does the game work?

1. Choose any WTA player you would like to be a coach of.

2. Put in order your 4 surfaces:
clay, grass, hard, carpet

I surface - 1000 points
II s. - 900 points
III s. - 800 points
IV s. - 750 points

3. Divide 1000 points to Indoors & Outdoors.

4. Divide 30 points to your player's physical, mental strenght & fitness.

5. Divide 10 points to Service & Return.


For example:

PLAYER A:

Clay - 1000
Grass - 900
Hard - 800
Carpet - 750

Indoor - 600
Outdoor - 400

Physical - 9
Psyhical - 9
Fitness - 12

Service - 6
Return - 4

If a tournament is on Clay Outdoors, player A has 1000+400=1400 points.
This means player A has 1400 points to divide into 3 sets, in 13 games in each set.

How player A vs player B match works:

player A 1set: 30, 30, 30, 50, 30, 40, 40, 40, 50, 50, 40, 30, 40

player B 2set: 30, 30, 40, 30, 30, 20, 40, 40, 50, 50, 40, 30, 40

the points in each game will be multiplied by the points of Service/Return =>

player A to serve *:
player A service - 6
player A return - 4
player A 1set: 30*6, 30*4, 30*6, 50*4, 30*6, 40*4, 40*6, 40*4, 50*6, 50*4, 40*6, 30*4, 40*6


if player A is serving, player B has to start with his return:
player B service - for ex. 7
player B return - for ex. 3
player B 1set: 30*3, 30*7, 40*3, 30*7, 30*3, 20*7, 40*3, 40*7, 50*3, 50*7, 40*3, 30*7, 40*3


The definitive points for each player are:
player A 1set: 180, 120, 180, 200, 180, 160, 240, 160, 300, 200, 240, 120, 240
player B 1set: 90, 210, 120, 210, 90, 140, 120, 280, 150, 350, 120, 210, 120

player A wins the first set: 1-0, 1-1, 2-1, 2-2, 3-2, 4-2, 5-2, 5-3, 6-3



Please JOIN.

lover_of_myskina
Jan 24th, 2007, 12:49 PM
I like the idea of this thread GoDominique !!! :bounce:

I would like to present the game organized on my forum 100% TENNIS
http://tennis.forumpro.fr/Espace-detente-c4/Jeux-et-Concours-f19/Fantasy-Tennis-f74.htm

Organizer(s):

lover_of_myskina (Nastya Lover on 100% TENNIS)

Who can join?

Open to all members of the forum http://tennis.forumpro.fr/
Unlimited number of players.
New players can join anytime.

What is it about?

The game is a simple adaptation of the Whirlpool Fantasy Game organized by www.wtatour.com.
Until the official game begins again, I redefined 3 categories and each team will have 7 player (2 of category A, 2 of category B and 3 of category C). You can substitute 3 players each week.
The game (registration and substitution) works only with personnal messages on the forum.
Look at the rules of the game on
http://tennis.forumpro.fr/Espace-detente-c4/Jeux-et-Concours-f19/Fantasy-Tennis-f74/Reglement-t296.htm

All the forum is in french, but you can post your message in english, german or spanish

The game begins next week with the tournament of Tokyo !!!
It's time to register yout team !!!

Good luck !!!

ASP0315
Mar 18th, 2007, 12:59 AM
Actually I'm Planning a v-cash version of Suicide Tennis Game or any other Game this summer.(Probably during the Grass court Season.) Is it possible?? I don't mind using my own v-cash to conduct the game.

ViennaCalling
Apr 1st, 2007, 03:48 PM
ATT Authentic Tennis Tour
http://www.mathcurve.com/courbes3d/couture/tennis.gif

Rules

You have in a Match 6 kinds of Strokes:

6 Aces (A)
6 Winners (W)
6 Return Winners (R)
6 Dropshots (D)
6 Volleys (V)
6 Smash (S)

= 36 Strokes (12 games each set x 3)

Winning Percentage:

ACE wins over Winner, Dropshot, Volley, Smash
loses to Return Winner

WINNER wins over Smash, Dropshot
loses to Ace, Return Winner, Volley

RETURN WINNER wins over Ace, Winner, Volley
lose to Smash, Dropshot

DROPSHOT wins over Volley, Smash, Return Winner
lose to Ace, Winner

VOLLEY wins over Winner, Smash
loses to Ace, Return Winner, Dropshot

SMASH wins over Return Winner
loses to Ace, Winner, Dropshot, Volley

How to play:

;) Choose a WTA-player
;) You send me every week your "strokes" divided into 3 sets - for 12 games in each set
;) It is allowed to use all 6 strokes of a kind in one set (per example: You can use 6 DROPSHOTS in the first set).

The Match:

Player A sent:
1st set: A - A - A - A - A - A - V - V - V - V - V - V

2nd set: D - S - D - S - D - S - W - W - W - W - W - W

3rd set: R - D - S - R - D - S - R - D - S - R - R - R

Player B sent:
1st set: D - R - V - S - W - A - D - R - V - S - W - A
2nd set: V - A - W - R - S - D - V - A - W - R - S - D
3rd set: A - S - D - W - V - R - A - S - D - W - V - R

1st set:

1st Game: Player A (ACE) - Player B (DROPSHOT) --> A leads 1-0
2nd Game: Player A (ACE) - Player B (SMASH) --> A leads 2-0
3rd Game: Player A (ACE) - Player B (DROPSHOT) --> A leads 3-0
4th Game: Player A (ACE) - Player B (SMASH) --> A leads 4-0
5th Game: Player A (ACE) - Player B (DROPSHOT) --> A leads 5-0
6th Game: Player A (ACE) - Player B (SMASH) --> A wins first set 6-0

2nd set:

1st Game: Player A (DROPSHOT) - Player B (VOLLEY) --> A leads 1-0
2nd Game: Player A (SMASH) - Player B (ACE) --> 1-1
3rd Game: Player A (DROPSHOT) - Player B (WINNER) --> B leads 2-1
4th Game: Player A (SMASH) - Player B (RETURN WINNER) --> 2-2
5th Game: Player A (DROPSHOT) - Player B (SMASH) -> A leads 3-2
6th Game: Player A (SMASH) - Player B (DROPSHOT) -> 3-3
7th Game: Player A (WINNER) - Player B (VOLLEY) -> B leads 4-3
8th Game: Player A (WINNER) - Player B (ACE) -> B leads 5-3
9th Game: Player A (WINNER) - Player B (WINNER) -> B leads 5-4*
10th Game: Player A (WINNER) - Player B (RETURN WINNER) --> B wins second set 6-4

*Both players choosed the same weapon -> The player who has less Aces in the set wins the point. If both Players have the same number of Aces in this set then a Coin Toss decides.

3rd set:
1st Game: Player A (RETURN WINNER) - Player B (ACE) --> A leads 1-0
2nd Game: Player A (DROPSHOT) - Player B (SMASH) -> A leads 2-0
3rd Game: Player A (SMASH) - Player B (DROPSHOT) -> A leads 2-1
4th Game: Player A (RETURN WINNER) - Player B (WINNER) -> A leads 3-1
5th Game: Player A (DROPSHOT) - Player B (VOLLEY) -> A leads 4-1
6th Game: Player A ( SMASH) - Player B (RETURN WINNER) -> A leads 5-1
7th Game: Player A (RETURN WINNER) - Player B (ACE) -> A wins third set 6-1

Player A def. Player B 6-1 4-6 6-4

Important:

Tie-Break:

Per example: Player A and Player B are tied 6-6

-> That Player wins the Tie-Break who used less Aces in this set (7:0, 7:1 or 7:2)
-> If both Players have the same number of Aces in this set that Player wins who used less Return Winners (7:3 or 7:4)
-> If both Players have the same number of Aces and Return Winners in this set that Player wins who used less DROPSHOTS (7:5)
-> If both Players have the same number of Aces, Return Winners and Dropshots in this set there will a decision with Coin Toss (8:6)

~Eclipsed~
Apr 17th, 2007, 02:12 AM
PREDICT THE FINALISTS

http://www.wtaworld.com/forumdisplay.php?f=894

Go to the above link to play PTF(Predict the Finalists). The rules of the game are simple. All you have to do is pick the finalists(4 quarterfinalists, 2 semifinalists, finalist and winner) of ITF events from week to week which counts towards your ranking. All you do is post your picks at the beginning of each week, before the main draw matches start.

There is even a PTF cup, where you will play against other players in elimination rounds similiar to a wtatour/atp draw based off the points you earn over weeks of play.

So if you enjoy following the ITF tour, then i encourage you to play PTF:wavey:

DefyingGravity
Jul 24th, 2007, 07:47 PM
SWTA

This game is going to be similar to the other ones, except for I will be doing real sized draws if enough people sign up (a.k.a. G.S.=128, Tier 1=112, Tier 2=64, Tier 3=32, etc.) and using the 2009 WTA Tour Schedule. I will be using new or retired WTA players, and will start the game out using the real current rankings of the WTA Tour (so Justine would be 1, Maria 2, Jelena 3, etc.). I encourage everyone to sign up, because I will do my absolute best to make everyone a part of this game! The tournaments will have different point values, there will be an independent Race to the Championships, quality points, required tournaments to play, tournament previews, draws, etc.! Join in the fun!!!

AleOrtu
Aug 9th, 2007, 05:15 PM
LRWTT - ITF Game

The game where the Lower Ranked play in the Challengers Circuit.



The rules are easy, 400 points divided in 4 surfaces, you use them to send points divided in 3 sets.
If you have choosen 150 points for carpet, you can send 75-1-74 to play a tournament.

The tour contains only challenger tournaments and we respect the dates of the original callendar, just like FWTA. That means you will be playing in $ 50K Bronx in the same week this tournament is being played in real life.
We also have "4 grand slams" during the season, they are Tier IV events, one on each surface.
Finally, we have our own Fed Cup, but we play it two times each year, from Feb to June and from August to November.

The players must be ranked under 150° in the WTA the week she joins, no matters if after that she rises (like happened to Na Li and Maria Kirilenko) or she retires (like Anna Kournikova).



There is a complete Book of Rules in the game thread, where all the rules and possibles situations have been thinked.
Take a look in the forum and join it if you like it :)
http://www.wtaworld.com/forumdisplay.php?f=308

KennyChante4ever
Sep 27th, 2007, 12:16 PM
There are more and more games on WTAWorld these days.
For a newbie, this might be very confusing or even daunting. And it's also lots of work to go through all the forums to find that game that you like best.
That's why I think we should have a thread where posters can find brief synopses of all the games. :)
If you like the idea, just put your introducation in this thread, and I will put them all into one post according to the order in the Games forum. :)

Thank you! :) I saw PYW in the tournament forums but I had no clue what it was. I came here and clicked on the PYW thread and still didn't understand it because it was just about rankings without any explanation. :o

IMPOSSIBLE
Sep 30th, 2007, 07:59 PM
The European $25,000 Challenge Tour

Run By: Nickwhittle14
Duration: 1 Tournament Per Month
Who Can Play: Any Registered Wta World Member
Player Limits: 1 WTA Player per person

Calender (Weeks)

01: $25,000 Capriolo (ITA) (Carpet)
02: $25,000 Belfort (FRA) (Carpet)
03: $25,000 Minsk (BLR) (Carpet)
04: $25,000 Makarska (CRO) (Clay)
05: $25,000 Warsaw (POL) (Clay)
06: $25,000 Bastad (SWE) (Clay)
07: $25,000 Felixstowe (GBR) (Grass)
08: $25,000 Surbiton (GBR) (Grass)
09: $25,000 Vigo (ESP) (Hard)
10: $25,000 Batumi (GEO) (Hard)
11: $25,000 Nottingham (GBR) (Hard)
12: $25,000 Prerov (CZE) (Hard)

* For 2007 only tournaments 10,11 and 12 will be played

Points System

Surfaces
Carpet:
Clay:
Grass:
Hardcourt:

*(500 Points to spread over the 4 surfaces)

Point's to be sent

SET 1:
SET 2:
SET 3:

(Spread your points over 3 sets (Depending on surface)

How It Works
Very simple, (example below)

Player A 50, 50 and 100

Player B 100, 100 and 0

Score: Player B Wins 2-0

Set A: 100 over 50
Set B: 100 over 50

Points Set Via PM: to Nickwhittle14

Have fun :drool:

Thread Link: http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?p=11739691#post11739691

lucho_coria
Oct 12th, 2007, 11:07 PM
One question , where is the tennis tipping for Challengers???

GracefulVenus
Nov 14th, 2007, 03:40 AM
Round Robin Tennis Association Is Back!!!!

http://www.wtnphotos.com/data/500/SerenaMelbourne.jpghttp://www.wtnphotos.com/data/500/MariaAussieOpen.jpg
http://www.wtnphotos.com/data/500/Serena_Quarters.jpghttp://www.wtnphotos.com/data/500/Maria_Melbourne.jpg

Season 2 Begins Monday November 26, 2007


Click Here To Sign Up!!! (http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=263252)

DoctorG
Dec 18th, 2007, 06:37 PM
SIGN UP FOR TENNIS POKER 2008!


Join the game in its 10th season! :bounce:


SINGLES
Your hand of five players will be ranked according to poker rules and you will face the other Tennis Poker players in a draw where the best combination always wins!
Sign up process for this event: just pick your five tennis players!
http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=320529

DOUBLES
The performance of each pair will be measured by the geometric mean of the ranking points earned by the two posters in the Tennis Poker singles tournaments: doubles pairs will face each other in a draw to find the best comprehensive score!
Sign up process for this event: just pick your doubles partner!
http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=320534

FED CUP
Two national teams, with at least 2 posters and no more than 6, will face each other in 4 singles and 1 doubles: the team with at least 3 wins out of these 5 rubbers will be the winner. Playing Fed Cup will make you eligible for the Olympic Games too: once you’ve picked your nationality, you’ll be included in the qualies.
Sign up process for this event: just pick your national team!
http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=320537

OLYMPIC GAMES
Singles, doubles and team event: some players have already qualified, but a lot of spots are still open for everyone! Remember Fed Cup is compulsory in order to be eligible.
This event does NOT require any sign up.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Only the best Tennis Poker players of the 2007 season are eligible to compete in this event, which includes a singles and a doubles draw: one round per leg, with the medals awarded in the final leg of the season.
This event does NOT require any sign up.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
The Tennis Poker combined event: you’ll gain points for each win in singles, doubles, Fed Cup and, if you’ve qualified, World Championships. All the singles players will be divided into different divisions according to their previous results and there will be play-off matches to decide promotions, relegations and eliminations.
This event does NOT require any sign up.


So, in brief, what must I do to sign up?


FIRST STEP: SINGLES
:) pick your five tennis players
:) check if that combination has already been chosen
http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=320529

SECOND STEP: DOUBLES
:) find a partner
:) be sure you both have signed up correctly for the singles
http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=320534

THIRD STEP: FED CUP
:) choose the country you’re going to represent
:) post the list of the members of your team (at least 2 posters, no more than 6)
:) be sure you all have signed up correctly for the singles
:) choose the font color which will be used for your team (optional)
http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=320537


Once you’ve done these 3 simple actions, you’re in for ALL the Tennis Poker events for ALL the 2008 season: there’s nothing else you need to do, just sit down and enjoy all the Tennis Poker fun! :D



1st leg deadline: December 29th


Thank you, good luck! :wavey:

tedlesurfeur
Feb 20th, 2008, 10:25 AM
IQT ReVoLuTiOn (http://iqtr.niceboard.net/index.htm)

..is a game about tennis,

a SIMULATION of the ATP and WTA Tours

You just have to take quizzes

http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/2351/image13rn5.jpg http://i19.servimg.com/u/f19/11/32/90/68/images10.jpg

Each quiz corresponds to a real tournament

http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/9458/image1km0.png

You score points... http://i19.servimg.com/u/f19/11/32/90/68/images11.jpg

...and will be in the ranking

http://i19.servimg.com/u/f19/11/32/90/68/image_13.png

Try it ! (http://iqtr.niceboard.net/index.htm)

Note to the administration and the members: the website where you are redirected is not a discussion forum, but only a platform hosting the quizmaker. The game was created by me and other tennis fans, for tennis fans, and we do not receive money from ads or anything, as we do not have ads. The IQT platform is free and dependent on the tennis forums it serves.

The annoucements will be posted here. Tennis fans keep posting on their respective forums. The IQT is only a platform where the quizmaker is hosted and information given. We needed a separate platform because all the details cannot fit in in one topic, and because the game is proposed to several tennis forums. Thank you for your understanding :worship:

Special thanks to Dexter who told me I could make this thread to make it possible for you to play it :wavey:

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TatiNovic
Apr 26th, 2008, 07:52 AM
Sign up for E.W.T.A.
Expensive Women's Tennis Association
http://www.tatiana-golovin.net/pictures/2008ausopen17.jpghttp://www.funnycoolstuff.com/images/ana-ivanovic.jpg

How to join
Joining this game is EASY, just select a active WTA top 150 player or a retired well-known player, sign-up her name here. Each WTAworld member can sign-up 2 players in this game.

Sending points
Sending points is also EASY too. You just need to spread A-L and $ into 13 parts for 3 sets
($ can win every letters)
(If both players sent the same letter(Even $) in that particular game of the match, there’ll be coin-toss.)
(Remember this: $>A>B>C>D>E>F>G>H>I>J>K>L)
(If you have two players in this game, you need to send DIFFERENT points for each player)

Example

Tatiana Golovin's points
Set 1: A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H-I-J-K-L-$
Set 2: B-C-D-E-F-G-$-H-I-J-K-L-A
Set 3: C-D-E-F-G-H-$-I-J-K-L-A-B

Ana Ivanovic's points
Set 1: $-A-B-C-D-L-K-J-I-H-G-F-E
Set 2: A-B-L-K-D-C-$-E-F-G-H-I-J
Set 3: C-D-E-F-G-H-$-I-J-K-L-B-A

The match's result: Ivanovic wins 6-3(In I, Ivanovic wins the coin-toss) 6-2(In $, Ivanovic wins the coin-toss)

If you get any questions in sending points, you can PM me or just type your problem in this thread, i will reply you)

Doubles
In doubles, the scoring system is the same. We only require 1 player to send points per team. Daniela-Is-Mine is the doubles manager, if you had any questions in doubles, please contact for further information. Mixed doubles will be run by dementievevenus, just in four slams!!

Schedule
Just the same as WTA calender

Buying eqipments
You need to buy equipments before you play a match, if you didn't, you will get a score walkover in that match, because you didn't have a tennis racquets and wear clothes!!The shop thread: http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=329724 You need to pay money to buy them!!

Ranking
The ranking system is just the same as WTA's, except the 1st round, players can get 10 points in first round. The ranking's thread: http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=329725

Retirements
If a player don't send new points for 4 weeks, she will retire!!

Taken players
Player's name(Coach's name)
Jelena Jankovic(Hashim.)
Margalita Chakhnashvili(საქართველო )
Elena Dementieva(salvatore)
Edina Gallovits(საქართველო )
Kim Clijsters(Hashim.)
Maria Kirilenko(droolv3)
Tatjana Malek(Patch)
Anne Keothavong(Patch)
Francesca Schiavone(Medina)
Virginia Ruano Pascual(Medina)
Ana Ivanovic(dAdEx)
Agnieszka Radwanska(dAdEx)
Marta Domachowska(Natash.)
Daniela Hantuchova(Daniela-Is-Mine)
Venus Williams(young_gunner913)
Marion Bartoli(dementievavenus)
Anna Chakvetadze(wtatommo)
Agnes Szavay(Daniela-Is-Mine)
Victoria Azarenka(zvonarevarulz)
Vera Zvonareva(zvonarevarulz)
Tatiana Golovin(wtatommo)
Gisela Dulko(salvatore)
Justine Henin(Buitenzorg)
Iveta Benesova(Kai)
Maria Sanchez Lorenzo(Kai)
Tamarine Tanasugarn(KevRulz09)
Bethanie Mattek(KevRulz09)
Shahar Peer(young_gunner913)
Martina Hingis(Buitenzorg)
Dominika Cibulkova(Natash.)
Na Li(dewvios)
Shuai Peng(dewvios)
Svetlana Kuznetsova(Karat0589)
Paola Suarez(Ian!.)
Maria Emilia Salerni(Ian!.)
Angelika Rosech(Highlandman)
Martina Muller(Highlandman)
Maria Sharapova(Shafanovic)
Caroline Wozniacki(Lord Jinxy)
Serena Williams(GracefulVenus)
Lindsay Davenport(GracefulVenus)
Aravane Rezai(dementievavenus)
Nicole Vaidisova(champion88)
Camille Pin(dulkogii)
Jorgelina Cravero(dulkogii)
Alize Cornet(Dizon2929)
Alona Bondarenko(Dizon2929)


Sign-up NOW!!!
Link: http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=329722
P.S.: New players who joined can use AN EXTRA $ each sets in her first tournament(But no L)

jonny84
May 11th, 2008, 10:07 PM
Q-BALL

Q-Ball is a new game that has been piloted at this years WTA Italian Open qualification tournament and is really simple to play.

Game starts on Friday (or date when WTA qualifying draws are released); all you have to do is:

Guess who the qualifiers are and who they beat in the final round of qualifying (through analysing the draw)

Points are awarded for:
7 - for guessing each correct qualifier and the player they beat to qualify
5 - for guessing each qualifier
4 - for guessing both players in each final qualifying match (but not the correct winner)
2 - for guessing one correct player in the final qualifying match

We already have our first ranking list out - check the Italian Open thread!

So please join in the game this Friday for the Istanbul and Strasboug Q-Ball.

As of now you can play both events, but your ranking will only count your best score that week!

Enjoy the game!

youizahoe
May 14th, 2008, 02:16 AM
http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=342346

dulkogii
Sep 23rd, 2008, 06:53 PM
Welcome to Woman and Men Tour !



WTA Tour

Point System:
-Rank surfaces: clay, grass, hardcourt, indoors
-215 points best surface, 210 2nd, 205 3rd, 200 4th
-Take your point total and for each set, divide that many points into 13 games (like FWTL)
-Example: 200 points
Set 1: 20-20-20-20-20-20-20-20-20-20-00-00-00
Set 2: 15-15-15-15-15-15-10-20-20-20-20-20-00
Set 3: 05-05-05-05-05-05-20-30-30-30-20-20-20
-Whoever has the most points in one game, wins that game. First to 6 games, win by 2, wins the set
-In the event of a tie, a cointoss will be done for the first tie, then it will alternate who wins the game

Tiebreaker Scores:
Point Difference: score
10: 7-0
9: 7-1
8: 7-2
7-6: 7-3
5-4: 7-4
3-2: 7-5
1: 8-6
same points: 9-7

Tournaments:
-There will be 34 tournaments per year
YEC Championships (200 points for everyone)



ATP Tour

Point System:
-Rank the 4 surfaces like above, 215 on 1st, 210 on 2nd, 205 on 3rd, 200 on 4th
-Split those points into 3 sets. Example: 200: 50-50-100. Whoever has more points in a set wins that set, point difference makes the score vary (like FWTT but with more points)
-If 2 players have the same points in a set, the player who has more points total on that surface wins the set. If that's tied, the higher ranked player wins the set.

Set Score:
Point Difference: Score
101+: 6-0
81-100: 6-1
61-80: 6-2
41-60: 6-3
21-40: 6-4
11-20: 7-5
1-10: 7-6
Tiebreaker Scores:
10: 7-0
9: 7-1
8: 7-2
7-6: 7-3
5-4: 7-4
3-2: 7-5
1: 8-6
same points: 9-7

Tournaments:
-There will be 24 tournaments per year


Rankings
-Rankings will be 21 weeks, and you are entered into each tournament. If you don't play, you get a 0
-No quality points
-The next year, you have points to defend


Schedule
It has been attached to this post. Let me know if you have problems seeing it, it is in PDF format.


Signing Up
-You are aloud to have 1 WTA Tour and 1 ATP Tour player. You can play both tours or just 1, but you cannot have more than 1 player on either tour.
-Just post your 2 players here and their surface preferences!

Doubles and Mixed Doubles,
you send in 100 points for your team, split into 3 sets. In Doubles and Mixed Doubles you have a super tiebreak set.

No points difference = Coin toss = 13-11, 14-12...
1-5 point difference = 12-10
6-10 point difference = 11-9
11-15 point difference = 10-8
16-20 point difference = 10-7
21-25 point difference = 10-6
26-30 point difference = 10-5
31-35 point difference = 10-4
36-40 point difference = 10-3
41-45 point difference = 10-2
46-50 point difference = 10-1
51+ point difference =10-0


You can ask a WC into the tournament, if you`re not in the maindraw, before the first results are out.



This game is the continuation of WMTF

iGOAT
Dec 26th, 2008, 05:00 PM
Can I start a US championships game?

Jose.
Dec 26th, 2008, 05:05 PM
We already had one this year:
http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=357656

iGOAT
Dec 26th, 2008, 05:07 PM
that's what I was thinking ok thanks for the info!

iGOAT
Dec 26th, 2008, 05:19 PM
how about an America's one?

Sexysova
Dec 26th, 2008, 07:46 PM
Czech Championships in popularity - http://tennisforum.com/showthread.php?p=14629846#post14629846 ;)

IMPOSSIBLE
Dec 28th, 2008, 05:45 PM
ECT

The Simple Bit
* Every match has five sets.
* 100 points to spread for every match.
* 5 questions to answer.
* Questions same for every round.

How it Works
* At every tournament there will be a set of 5 questions.
* You send me the answers to the questions.
* You also spread 100 points over the five questions.
* If you get the question correct and your opponent does not, you win the set 6-0
* If you and your opponent both get the questions correct or both get the question incorrect, whoever has the most points placed on the question win the set.

Example of Questions

http://img244.imageshack.us/img244/9743/exapleuk5.png

Example Of Match

Player A
1- (20 Points) (Answer- Maria Sharapova)
2- (40 Points) (Answer- Serena Williams)
3- (40 Points) (Answer- Stuttgart)

Player B
1- (30 Points) (Answer- Caroline Wozniacki)
2- (20 Points) (Answer- Serena Williams)
3- (50 Points) (Answer- Linz)

So Who Wins?
1- Winner: Player B, Caroline Wozniacki was the correct answer, Maria Sharapova was incorrect.
2- Winner: Player A, Serena Williams was correct (both players were correct), player A wins as he/she had more points on this set.
3- Winner: Player A, Stuttgart was the correct answer, Linz was inncorrect.

Player A Wins: 2-1

* Note: Usual Matches would be 5 questions (5 Sets)

Calender
01- WTA Auckland (Grade 2)
02- WTA Sydney (Grade 1)
03- Australian Open (Grade A)
04- WTA Dubai (Grade 1)
05- WTA Indian Wells (Grade A)
06- WTA Miami (Grade A)
07- WTA Stuttgart (Grade 1)
08- WTA Berlin (Grade 1)
09- Roland Garros (Grade A)
10- WTA Eastbourne (Grade 1)
11- Wimbledon (Grade A)
12- WTA Bastad (Grade 2)
13- WTA Warsaw (Grade 2)
14- WTA Stanford (Grade 2)
15- WTA Los Angeles (Grade 1)
16- WTA Toronto (Grade 1)
17- US Open (Grade A)
18- WTA Quebec City (Grade 2)
19- WTA Tokyo (Grade 1)
20- WTA Linz (Grade 2)
21- WTA Moscow (Grade 1)

WTA Year End Championships

ArturoAce.
Dec 29th, 2008, 12:40 AM
SPRWTA

http://i313.photobucket.com/albums/ll378/inyot_18/Slide.gif

...scissors, paper, or rock?
you decide....
childhood game brought to the tennis world...

Basic and very easy to play!

Rules:
1.Sign-Up with your player in top 200 or former top 100. (1 or 2 players)

2.Send Points! Make this the best and exciting game by putting effort to send.

In a game game you have 3 sets, and each set will have 13 games; these 13 games will consist of (4) scissors, (4) papers, (4) rocks, and 1 (X).
The (X) will represent an ace.

S beats P
P beats R
R beats S
X beats S, P, & R
In the event of a tie, there will be a cointoss.

The winner is the best of 3 sets.

Arrange your scissors paper rocks for each set.
Your points should look something like this:

Maria Sharapova
Set 1: p-s-s-x-p-r-p-r-r-s-r-p-s
Set 2: s-r-p-r-p-s-p-x-s-r-p-s-r
Set 3: r-x-s-p-p-r-s-r-s-p-p-s-r

Akiko Morigami
Set 1: r-x-p-s-r-s-r-s-p-s-p-r-p
Set 2: r-p-p-s-p-x-s-s-r-s-p-r-r
Set 3: r-s-p-s-r-s-p-x-r-p-r-s-p

3.Send the Points to artur0ace or whoever is running the tourney and they will score the match.

In the case above,
Sharapova def. Morigami 6-1 3-6 6-1

and that's it! hopefully you win the tourney.
so send the best points you can!

Sign-up Now!

Jose.
Jan 4th, 2009, 03:26 PM
WCTT
Women's Challenge Tennis Tour

http://i43.tinypic.com/xfunmp.png

How to join?
-You must choose one or two players and it can be any player ranked currently in the top 100 or any player formerly ranked in the top 20 or any juniors grand slam winner (exceptions could be make; just ask and I tell you if you can be that player)

Schedule
Just the same schedule as 2009 calendar.

Sending points
Now comes the funniest of all things. You must send points by pm to me and they are different for every surface (Plexicushion, Clay, Grass, Hard and Indoor). Each surface as a style identical to some well known games on the board.


Plexicushion – LTT style
Clay – WTL style
Grass – FWTA style
Hard – OWTT style
Indoor – EWTA style


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Plexicushion
LTT Style
http://i40.tinypic.com/2wcjwg5.jpg

If you used to play LTT, it's exactly the same. All you just need to do is spread 1 to 13 into 13 parts for 3 sets. The person who has the highest number in each game wins that game.

Tie Breaks:
7-6(10-8) CT* 0 points diference
7-6(6) 1
7-6(5) 2
7-6(4) 3
7-6(3) 4
7-6(2) 5
7-6(1) 6
7-6(0) 7

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Clay
WTL style
http://i44.tinypic.com/1zb3ryf.png

You split 300 points into the rounds like 1st round, 2nd round, QF, SF, F. Everyone's 1st round points are used in the first round and etc.
To decide the set scores there will be used a table.

Differences
over 60 -6-1,6-0
50-59 - 6-3,6-3
40-49 - 7-5,7-6
30-39 - 5-7,6-2,6-2
20-29 - 7-5,4-6,6-1
10-19 - 6-3,3-6,6-3
under 10 - 7-5,6-7,7-5

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Grass
FWTA style
http://i39.tinypic.com/dp7hir.png

You have to divide 100 points into 3 sets.

Points difference
0 - 7-6(7 or higher)*
1 - 7-6(6)
2 - 7-6(5)
3 - 7-6(4)
4 - 7-6(3)
5 - 7-6(2)
6 - 7-6(1)
7 - 7/6(0)
8-14 - 7-5
15-24 - 6-4
25-34 - 6-3
35-44 - 6-2
45-54 - 6-1
55+ - 6-0



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Hard
OWTT style
http://i41.tinypic.com/2vuav04.png


You split the numbers 1-39 into 13 games of 3 sets. The player with the highest number in each game will win that game, with a CT deciding equal numbers, with all CT’s being random. All of the numbers 1-39 must be used, each being used ONCE only

TB scores will be done with the points difference:-
0 (CT) (11-9 or more)
1-2 (10-8)
3-4 (8-6)
5-8 (7-5)
9-15 (7-4)
16-19 (7-3)
20-24 (7-2)
25-29(7-1)
+30 (7-0)

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Indoor
EWTA style
http://i44.tinypic.com/2zsslld.png

You just need to split A-L and $ into 13 parts for 3 sets. If both players sent the same letter in that particular game of the match, there’ll be coin-toss.
(Remember this: $>A>B>C>D>E>F>G>H>I>J>K>L). If you have two players in this game, you need to send DIFFERENT points for each player.

Kworb
Jan 12th, 2009, 10:50 PM
Tennis RPG

Tennis RPG is a new type of game where you slowly develop your player into a match winning machine. You will start a player from scratch, and if you're lucky and skilled enough you will soon be a Grand Slam winning billionaire.

Basic info

When you join Tennis RPG, you automatically become a full time player. Each week, you automatically enter a tournament, and the results are automatically simulated. So you could play this game without doing anything.

Advanced info

However, if you want to succeed, you will need to get involved. Your player has a total of six "stats" that you will want to upgrade:

- Serve (increases strength in service games)
- Return (increases strength in return games)
- Attack (increases overall strength, shortens rallies)
- Defense (increases overall strength, lengthens rallies)
- Stamina (determines how quickly your player tires)
- Status (indicates how much your player has achieved and can intimidate the opponent)

The start value of each stat is 100. You can earn stat points by doing well in tournaments, and also by getting involved in Tennis RPG quests and events, which range from guessing tournament winners on the real life WTA tour, to battling wicked monsters from the depths of hell.

You can't upgrade your Status yourself; you earn this when you reach certain levels of total prize money, or when you win important tournaments.

Quests

These are small tasks that will get you a reward, usually in the form of stat points. You can only do them once, but they remain valid indefinitely. So new players should immediately finish all available quests to become as strong as possible!

Repeatable quests

These are tasks that can be repeated weekly or monthly.

Tournaments

The tournament schedule is similar to the real life WTA Tour. You enter tournaments automatically, and you're ranked based on how you perform in them. You don't have to send in points or do anything to play them; your matches are simulated by a computer program, and your chances to win are based on your player's stat points, and equipment if you have acquired some.

Events

An event occurs only once. New players can't participate in past events. Events can be additional tournaments with special conditions, the rising of a monster that needs to be defeated (on court), etc. You should always check the forum for new events, and participate!

The future

Tennis RPG is a game that will be constantly in development. Because of the nature of the game, new things can be added all the time. I am also working on a website that will make it a lot easier to view draws, rankings and character profiles. The more people play, the more motivated I will be to bring you new features!

Signing up

Even if you don't plan to actively play, I would love for you to sign up just so the draws can be a little more full. All you need to do is pick a female celebrity to represent you, distribute some stat points, and you're good to go! Head to the forum (http://tennisforum.com/forumdisplay.php?f=1306) now and join! :wavey:

Broseghini
Feb 28th, 2009, 09:03 PM
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Numbers Tennis Tour


Welcome to the Number Tennis Tour sign-up thread! Here you can sign up for the best game with the best players of the game!


How to play

For to join you must to chose two players:
Women current or retired well-known professional tennis player, that has been ranked with in the TOP 150 on WTA Tour.
Men current or retired well-know professional tennis player, that has been ranked with in the TOP 150 on ATP Tour.

Sending points

To play the game and win matches all you have to do is send in a list of 1 to 13 in numbers. The person who has the highest number in each section of the 1-13 numbers wins a game of the set.

Example:

Player A send
1st set: 10-12-8-13-11-9-5-7-4-3-2-1-6
Player B send
1st set: 5-6-7-8-9-4-3-1-2-13-10-12-11

Result:
Player A - 1st set: 1012-8-13-11-9-5-7-4-3-2-1-6
Player B - 1st set: 9-13-12-10-5-4-2-11-8-7-6-3-1

Player B winner First Set 7-5


Tie-Breaks

7-6(0) 7+
7-6(1) 6+
7-6(2) 5+
7-6(3) 4+
7-6(4) 3+
7-6(5) 2+
7-6(6) 1+
7-6(8) CT*

Remember:

13>12>11>10>9>8>7>6>5>4>3>2>1

You must send points by pm to me and they are different for each player (famale and male) Please, send new points at least in each 4 (four) weeks. If a player don't send new points for 4 weeks, she will be retired.


Schedule

To be added You'll to be automatically in all the events.


Coin Toss

If both players sent the same point in that particular game of the match, there’ll be coin-toss. If there is more then ONE 'CT' in each set, it will then be 'ALTERNATE CT'S' to be fair to all players.


Rankings

The rankings will be work like WTA and ATP Rankings.


Articles

Write articles and receive a bonus for the next week. we have a competiton to let the players that write articles to get some really good prize. Prizes:

Winners: An extra 12 in each sets instead of a 1
Runner-ups: An extra 10 in each sets instead of a 1
Others (min. two articles): An extra 5 in each sets instead of a 1


Sign-Up now!

SV_Fan
Apr 6th, 2009, 05:24 PM
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Smiley Tennis Tour
Where winners rule and losers drool

How To Play
1. Pick any WTA Players past or present ranked in the top 250.

Points
To play the game and win matches all you do is send smileys in sets of 13 for 3 sets.
How it works: :D>:)>;)>:bounce:>:drool:>:lol:>:lick:>:confused:>:rolleyes:>:eek:>:mad:>:o>:devil:

Schedule
To be added You'll to be automatically in all the events. We'll use the Tier System and some old evennts will be brung back.

Coin Toss
If both players sent the same point in that particular game of the match, there’ll be coin-toss. If there is more then ONE 'CT' in each set, it will then be 'ALTERNATE CT'S' to be fair to all players.


Rankings
The rankings will be work like WTA and ATP Rankings.

Andrew Laeddis
Apr 25th, 2009, 01:31 PM
ROYAL FLUSH TENNIS TOUR
http://i44.photobucket.com/albums/f49/scholarlyg/rytt.jpg

RULES
1. Chose both a male and female player. (Any past or present WTA/ATP player)

2. Select your top 2 surfaces. Your choices are Plexicusion, Clay, Grass, Hard, and Indoors. For your no.1 surface you get to replace the Ace in your points with an additional wild card. For your 2nd surface you get to replace the Ace in your points with an additional 10.

2. You have 13 cards to divide into 13 games for 3 sets.
A(ace),2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,J(jack),Q(queen),K(king)

Every three weeks a card will be randomly selected to be wild for the tournaments played within those three weeks. This card will beat every card. A new wild card will be always be chosen before each grand slam.

Scoring Order:

K>Q>J>10>9>8>7>6>5>4>3>2>A

WILD CARD>everything else

Scoring Examples:

Assume
5's are wild and and both players are playing on a surface other than their top 2.

If the following cards were sent,Player 1 would win the set 6/4.

Player 1: A-7-8-4-Q-10-2-J-5-9-K-3-6
Player 2: J-K-2-8-4-6-5-7-Q-A-10-9-3

Assume
6's are wild and both players are playing on there no.1 surface

If the following cards were sent,Player 2 would win the set 6/4.

Player 1: 6-7-8-4-Q-10-2-J-5-9-K-3-6
Player 2: J-K-2-8-4-6-5-7-Q-6-10-9-3

Assume
7's are wild and both players are playing on there no.2 surface

If the following cards were sent,Player 2 would win the set 6/4.

Player 1: 6-7-8-4-Q-10-2-J-5-9-K-3-10
Player 2: J-K-2-8-4-3-5-7-Q-10-10-9-6

A complete set of points on a surface not in your top 2 should look something like this. (with your own order for the cards of course)
Set 1: A-7-8-4-Q-10-2-J-5-9-K-3-6
Set 2: J-K-2-8-4-6-5-7-Q-A-10-9-3
Set 3: A-7-8-4-Q-10-2-9-K-J-3-5-6

You only need to send one set of points. Your set of points will be used for both your male and female player (unless you want to send two separate sets).The mens events will be 5 sets. For each match random.org will decide which two of your three sets will be used for sets 4 and 5 (this will be done separately for each player). Please do not send five sets. If you do I will only use the first three sets.

3. I will alternate CTs.

Ex: If player 1 were to win the initial CT, player 2 would win the 2nd CT, player 1 would win the 3rd CT and so on.

4.Whomever writes the most articles for each week, will get +15% extra ranking points for that week.

5. Send all points to me by PM.

6. Ask any questions you may have.

GracefulVenus
May 19th, 2009, 11:08 AM
Round Robin Tennis Association Is Back!!!!

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Season Begins Sunday May 24, 2009


Click Here To Sign Up!!! (http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?t=263252)

Bjornobo
May 23rd, 2009, 01:14 PM
http://z3.invisionfree.com/Het_TennisSpel

Please note that the game is played in Dutch.

You are the manager of a team of tennis players. Try to get a top team by making the right transfers and follow the countdown in the top 200 legend list. The strength of a player in the game is related to his/her ranking points in real life, so investing in youth might be a good idea for the future. The matches themselves are simulated.

The game is running well for a year and a half, but we could do with some more managers. Are you interested? Become a member and follow the instructions on our site.

Carotastrophe
May 8th, 2010, 02:34 AM
FWCT: Fantasy Womens Challenger Tour

This game is based on the game FWTT :

-Create a player, it does not need to be real!

-You have to choose between 3 surfaces: The first surface you choose will have 110 points, the second will have 105 points and the final surface will have 100 points.

Exp:
1st Surface: Hard 110
2nd Surface: Clay 105
3rd Surface: Grass 100

-However, unlike FWTT, this game will be played with ITF tournaments. Each week their will be a minimum of 1 tournament.

Entry to Tournament:
Each Month, there will be a commitment list for the next month. If a player misses this commitment list, they can PM me to get a WC or a ALT.

Rankings:
The Rankings are based on the level of tournament and it will be determined by the current ITF points distribution.

Each week there will be a new thread for the weeks rankings

Kevin.
Jun 5th, 2010, 08:39 PM
Instructions:

1. Pick a player that is ranked within the top 200, or a famous player from the past.
2. Pick a surface order (Rebound Ace, Clay, Grass, Hard, Indoors)
3. On your first surface you will get 250 points, Second: 245 Third: 240 Fourth: 235 Last: 225
4. For each tournament you must divide your points into FIVE sets.
5. Example using 240 points:


Set 1: 60
Set 2: 40
Set 3: 70
Set 4: 35
Set 5: 35

6. For each set whoever has more points will win that set.
7. You may add points to your surface if you win the Grand Slam on that Surface. You will gain 5 on that surface until after the same Grand Slam the next season.
8. Doubles Teams will be singles points added together. That way, it is easy for me to use points without a deadline.
9. Set Differentials:


6-0 ( > 50)
6-1 (50 – 36)
6-2 (35 – 21)
6-3 (20 – 16)
6-4 (15 – 11)
7-5 (10 – 6)
7-6:

7-1 (5)
7-2 (4)
7-3 (3)
7-4 (2)
7-5,8-6,9-7 (1)
10-8 (CT)


A tie will result in a coin toss.

10. Schedule of Tournaments (Fed Cup is preferred to play by country, however if that is impossible it may be played by region i.e. Team Latin America or by some other similarity between all players.):


Brisbane (III)
Sydney (II)
Australian Open (GS)

Acapulco (III)

Monterrey (II)
Indian Wells (I)
Miami (I)

Ponte Vedra Beach (II)
Charleston (I)

Fed Cup First Round (Host Team Preference)


JWarsaw (II)
Rome (I)
Strasbourg (III)
Roland Garros (GS)

Birmingham (III)
Eastbourne (II)
Wimbledon (GS)

Fed Cup Semifinals (Host Team Preference)

Stanford (II)
Cincinnati (I)
Montreal (I)
US Open (GS)

Fed Cup Final (Host Team Preference)

Beijing (II)
Osaka (II)
Moscow (I)
Luxembourg (II)
Linz (II)

Year End Championships (No Surface Advantage)
Top 8 Singles


H= Hard
C= Clay
RA= Rebound Ace
G- Grass
I= Indoors
11. Rankings: You will earn rankings by the same way you do on the WTA tour. It however, is not best of 17. It is cumulative for the year, and they fall off after the tournament the next year.
12. Sign up now, please post your surface order when you sign up.

Carotastrophe
Jun 6th, 2010, 01:34 AM
Ladies Professional Tour-
Rules and Signup Thread

Welcome to the Ladies Professional Tour

1. First you can choose up to 3 tennis players currently or previously playing on the WTA tour. However 1 player must be outside the TOP 50.

2. Next, you have to choose each of you player's surfaces, out of Hard, Clay, Rebound Ace and Grass.

3. The surfaces you choose will have the following points:

Favorite Surface: 215

2nd and 3rd Surfaces: 200

Least Favorite Surface: 185

How to Play LPT?

Each player will have to split their surface points in to 3 tie-break sets.

Scoring System:
Difference in Points:
11-20: 7-5
21-30: 6-4
31-40: 6-3
41-50: 6-2
51-60: 6-1
61+ : 6-0

Tiebreak
Difference in Points:
1 :7-6
2 :7-5
3 :7-4
4 :7-3
5 :7-2
6 :7-1
7-10:7-0
If points in a set are the same, there will be a coin toss to see who wins.

For example,

CLAY:
Venus Williams: (This is Venus least Favorite Surface)
Set 1: 100
Set 2: 85
Set 3: 100

Kim Clijsters: (this is Kim's 2nd favorite surface)
Set 1: 115
Set 2: 70
Set 3: 115

Result:
Set 1: Kim 7-5 (15 point difference)
Set 2: Venus 7-5 (15 point difference)
Set 3: Kim 7-5 (15 point difference)

Kim Clijsters def. Venus Williams 7-5, 5-7, 7-5

Other Rules/Advantages:
Writing Articles/Reports:
In a tournament, a player can volunteer to write a article about the tournament or their results. The volunteered player must post at least 2 reports throughout the tournament. The player will get 10 extra points to use in the next tournament.
Points:
Points must be changed at the least every 3 tournaments, but it is recommended that you send a different set of points each tournament.
Schedule:
The tour will follow the WTA schedule and you can play as much of them as you wish. Commitment threads will be posted, so you can enter tournaments you want to play in. The surface and tier of tournaments will not be changed. However, there maybe some fantasy tournaments that will be made up. These will be called 'LPT Tournaments'
Rankings:
Rankings will be updated each week, and the points distributed will be the same as the ones by the WTA tour, the system will be the same, with points dropping of the next year.

Players Joined:

Daruma.
Jul 8th, 2010, 08:00 PM
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Warren's Schedule Challenge

CLICK HERE (http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=414345) TO JOIN!

Carotastrophe
Jul 22nd, 2010, 09:29 AM
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Ladies Professional Tour

Join Now! (http://www.tennisforum.com/forumdisplay.php?f=1403) In time for The 1st Grand Slam!!

no-hay-igual
Dec 2nd, 2010, 04:59 PM
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Hello and welcome to the Amazing Race Tour. A new concept by your managers no-hay-igual and Serena_4ever. This game requires you to choose 3 players ranked either inside the top 200, top 50 junior players, a recently retired player or a doubles specialist. Your players will then take part in a race around the World to complete the ultimate goal of winning multiple grand slams and becoming the world's best player!!

Tournaments will be consisted of a 24 tournament calendar, split up into three seasons consisting of 8 weeks each, like this:

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Calendar
Season 1
(EXIBITIONS- Hopman Cup and Hong Kong Asian Games)
Auckland - G3 / Sydney - G3
Melbourne - G1
Dubai - G2 / Stochkolm - G4
Doha - G3 / Minsk - G4
Kuala Lumpur - G3 / Acapulco - G3
Indian Wells - G2
Miami - G2
Charleston - G3 / Johannesburg - G4

Season 2
Stuttgart - G3 / Cairo - G4
Rome - G2 / Makaraska - G4
Madrid - G2
Paris - G1
Birmingham - G3 / Nottingham - G4
London - G1
Copenhagen - G3 / Budapest - G3
San Diego - G3 / Bratislava - G4
Cincinnati - G2 / Vancouver - G4

Season 3
Toronto - G2 / Campos Do Jordao - G4
New York City - G1
Seoul - G3 / Athens - G4
Tokyo - G2 / Helsinki - G4
Beijing - G2
Moscow - G3 / Torhout - G4
Istanbul - Special (1-8) / Bali - Special (Top 9-16)

When a sub forum is opened, you will commit for your first 8 tournamnets and every season you have 5000 dollars to spend. You split these dollars into your 8 weeks which you committed for e.g

Week 1- 1000 dollars
Week 2- 400 dollars
Week 3- 900 dollars
Week 4- 400 dollars
Week 5- 400 dollars
Week 6: 400 dollars
Week 7: 1000 dollars
Week 8- 500 dollars
NOTE- No more than 1000 points for a tournament and no less than 400 points

These dollars are then converted into points and you have to split these into three sets e.g

Week 1- 1000 dollars
500-400-200
NOTE- you can not put more than 500 points in a set.

For now, just commit your 3 players and when the sub forum is opened you can commit for everything else !! We also need 1-2 more managers who are willing to help out on certain things such as tournaments, entry lists and rankings. You can still play the game as we (no-hay-igual and Serena_4ever) will be playing the game also. If you have any disagreements with this then please let us know. We have several people willing for us to send points to.

Thanks guys !!

Kəv.
Dec 6th, 2010, 08:34 AM
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New Rules
1. Every week you will have $1000 to spend.

2. You will have to commit to the event.

3. You may only play one tournament per week.

4. A draw will be made.

5. You will verse someone, and Say it is "Me" v "You" , i will pick two matches for you to bet on. Eg. The matches are Rezai v Stosur and Groth v V.Williams. "Me" put $500 on Stosur while "You" put $200 on Stosur. Then Stosur wins, therefore "Me" will move into the second round because he had the higher amount of money placed on the bet. Eg. if Rezai wins "You" would win with $300 in the next round. Say if your first match you both put $500 on. Then you will have a backup match which is the Groth v V.Williams. And you will do the same thing.

6. Repeat step 5 in the other rounds.

7. There will be no doubles.

8. Ranking points will be up for grabs if we get a sub-forum.

whueg
Jan 6th, 2011, 10:49 PM
All,

In this Tennis game you can choose 25 tennis players (men and women), who will earn points for you by progressing through the tournament.

The Australian Open Game will start on Monday the 17th of January 2011 at 1.00 hour CET.

The game will cost 5 euro per team and because we are always very careful with promising prizes for a new game, we start with a guaranteed amount of 500 euro. This full amount will go the to general classification with a first prize of 100 euro.

When the game is a great succes, the prizes will increase as always... :)

Have fun!!

http://www.zweeler.com/australianOpen/main.php

Miracle Worker
Jan 10th, 2011, 11:05 AM
Polish Australian co-production (Beesley and Kev.) present you a new concept of game.

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First of all,
Hello and welcome to the World Cup of Nations Tour sign up tread.

All you have to do is create a team, but not random team. This team has to represent your country, or another country you wish.

You are asking how create your team? Nothing easier.

1. First you pick a country. It could be Russia.
2. Then you have to choose representatives:
* First member will be leader of your team (e.g. Elena Dementieva)
* Second member will be just second player (e.g. Maria Sharapova)
* And of course you need to have a double pair (e.g. Nadia Petrova, Dinara Safina)

It would be nice if you choose a well-know player, but the Earth will be still spinning around the sun if your players stay unknown.

Of course, you can take every country, but sometimes you will need to create your own players e.g. you want to be captain of Kosovo Team.


How to win a match:

First important information. Your leader will receive 1000 points, your back up player 800, and your doubles 1000 points too.

The match will be play in FED Cup formula.

First game: your leader vs opponent's back up
Second game: your backup vs opponent's leader
Third game: doubles team
fourth game: your backup vs opponent's back up
Fifth game: your leader vs opponent's leader

All you have to do is split your points to 3 sets e.g. 100-500-400, 400-400-0 and 0-500-500.

*But: every three setter will cost you 30 points. 10 points for every set. It will be automatically remove by managers and punishment for fatigue will expire in next tournament. It's more simply as it look like.

It means, that If some player play 3 sets in one match, in next match she will have less points in every set.
e.g.
Dominika Cibulkova vs Agnes Szavay 2:1

She split her points in this way: 250-300-450.
In her next matches in this tournament she will have less points in each set : 240-290-440.

And so on.

You will win your match if you win at least 3 games.

e.g. Estonia vs Russia 3-0.

How the set is decided:

0 | 7-6 (8) (coin toss)
1-2 | 7-6 (7)
3-4 | 7-6 (6)
5-6 | 7-6 (5)
7-8 | 7-6 (4)
9-10 | 7-6 (3)
11-13 | 7-6 (2)
14-16 | 7-6 (1)
17-20 | 7-6 (0)
21-40 | 7-5
41-60 | 6-4
61-90 | 6-3
91-120 | 6-2
121-175| 6-1
176+ | 6-0

Tournaments calendar.

Week 1-2 Australian Open Slam
Week 2 Tier 5
Week 3 Tier 2
Week 4-5 Tier 1
Week 5 Tier 5

And so on. Important 1.!!! Every country which will participated in tour will receive tournaments.

e.g. You pick Kosovo - you will be authorized to choose city where you wanna play, e.g. Pristina Open.

Important 2. Ranking will be available after AO. Player from TOP10 will be forced to play in every TIER1. And they won't be able to play in TIER 4 and 5.

One important think about ranking:

Each place under the 1st will give team 10 points less.

e.g.

1. USA - 1000
2. Russia -990
3. Italy - 980
4. Japan - 970
5. Australia - 960
and so on...

More informations when we get subforum.

Teams that have confirmed their participation:

Denmark | -DessWozniacki- | Caroline Wozniacki, Karen Barbart, Malou Ejdesgaard, Mai Grage
Germany | Jose. | Andrea Petkovic, Julia Goerges, Angelique Kerber
Argentina | dulkogii | Gisela Dulko, Maria Emilia Salerni, Betina Jozami
Great Britain | no-hay-igual | Laura Robson, Heather Watson, Naomi Broady
United States | Serena_4ever | Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Jennifer Capriati
Djibouti | british_player | Christina Phoenix Lilly, Jabari Jade Star Janczewski, Kamaria Rose Rono
Russia | Lachy | Maria Sharapova, Elena Dementieva, Vera Zvonareva
Sweden | Impossible | Sofia Arvidsson, Ellen Allgurin, Rebecca Peterson, Johanna Larsson
Greece | hellas719 | Eleni Daniilidou, Eirini Georgatou, Anna Gerasimou, Despina Papamichail
Australia | Plexipova | Samantha Stosur, Olivia Rogowska, Alicia Molik, Jelena Dokic
Serbia | Buitenzorg | Jelena Jankovic, Ana Ivanovic, Bojana Jovanovski
Czech Republic | zvonarevarulz | Lucie Safarova, Petra Kvitova, Iveta Benesova, Nicole Vaidisova
Slovakia | Daniela-Is-Mine | Daniela Hantuchova, Magdalena Rybarikova, Dominika Cibulkova, Zuzana Kucova
Norway | SamR03A Ulrikke Eikeri, Emma Flood, Caroline Rohde-Moe, Hedda Ødegaard
France| Tuckii| Aravane Rezai, Marion Bartoli, Alize Cornet, Kristina Mladenovic, Olivia Sanchez
Bulgaria| Maryamator| Tsvetana Pironkova, Magdelena Maleeva, Dia Evitova

Every team is welcome :wavey:

Organizers: Beesley and Kev.

longtin23
Apr 28th, 2011, 02:16 PM
Pick three players as your representative in one tournament per week. Their scores (points they get) means your scores. Your score is then compared with other players. They will then get ranking points... More details will be given when I can start the game... :)

longtin23
Apr 28th, 2011, 02:44 PM
oh come on...

longtin23
Apr 28th, 2011, 02:44 PM
do I need 100 post to create a game??

longtin23
Apr 28th, 2011, 02:45 PM
I really want to start the game asap in Madrid ... :(

longtin23
Apr 28th, 2011, 02:45 PM
I would love to have that game similar to race...

longtin23
Apr 28th, 2011, 02:46 PM
You can know more when I create that game...

longtin23
Apr 28th, 2011, 03:08 PM
also do I need the approval of Moderator??

longtin23
Apr 28th, 2011, 03:30 PM
My game in detail ;)

Name : Tennis Picking 3
Manager : longtin 23 :)
Rules : Every week, a player should pick three players in WTA tour in a tournament. They need to pick two sets of players. Each sets consist of 3 players you picked.
Set A
Any three players from the draw in that tournamnet.

Set B
1. A seeded player
2. An unseeded player (not qualifier/WC/lucky loser)
3. A qualifier/lucky loser

In set B you also need to state how far the player you choose can go.

FOR EXAMPLE Sydney 2011
longtin23 choose :
SET A
Li Na, Caroline Wozniacki, Kim Clijister

Set B
Li Na Winner, Pennetta Semi Finallist, Jovanovski Quarter Finallist

then you will receive scores as same as the player you picked.
In set A you can get : Li NA win (470) + Wozniacki 2nd round (1) + Kim Finallist (320) = 791 points

In set B : Li Na win (470+25*) + Pennetta QF (120) + Jovanoski (200) = 825 points

* : You can get extra 25 points for each coorect guess in set B

Then, you score for the whole tournament will be 791 + 825 = 1616 points

Your score will be compared with other players. You will then rewarded with ranking points (eg: 1st in an premier event : 470 points, 2nd : 320 points....)

Rankings, schedule and other things... all the same with WTA... Hioe you will like and join
Thanks

longtin23
Apr 30th, 2011, 04:48 AM
Can anyone help me to start the game in Madrid. I need only a thread for my game but I am not allowed because I am a new member. If you want to help me, please PM me. My game is approved by the mod here... :(

longtin23
Apr 30th, 2011, 06:16 AM
Cmon... :(

coolfish1103
May 8th, 2011, 07:01 AM
How does this game sound?

I don't have a good name for this though.

In each tournament, you will play every single round and accumulate points. For each round, you will pick one player to win (and one back up player to win). The pick must be made before the match begin and you may not change your pick. You will receive points if the player you picked won. You will receive more points if the player you picked ranked low and less points if the player is ranked high.

To win the tournament, you will need to accumulate the most points.

The number of participants that may participate in the main tournament is limited to the number of players on the actual main draw. BYEs, SEs, and WCs all count as a player spot while Qs do not. Qs will be used for participants who qualify from qualifying draws. This is required to make sure there is a reason to be ranked high.

Players who are not qualified to play the main tournament must play from qualifying tournaments. I am not too sure if this should be extended to futures tournaments because that would require hefty amounts of managers to run (which is not ideal, so I think it's better not to). The number of players to play the qualifying tournament is not limited, though. However, the number of players to qualify for the main tournament is based on how many qualifying spot is allocated.

We will use the recent Madrid Tournament as an example if applicable.

Points will be awarded based on: Round Points x Player Bonus


Round Points

QR1 = 1
QR2 = 2
QR3 = 3 (if applicable)
R128 = 1 (if applicable)
R64 = 2 (if applicable)
R32 = 3
R16 = 4
QF = 5
SF = 6
F = 7



Player Bonus

Player bonus will be calculated based on "Opponent Rank Points/Chosen Player Rank Points"

If the player you picked won, you will receive Player Bonus.
- 0 points will be awarded for player bonus if the player lose.
Retirements do count as complete matches.
- If the player you picked got walkover, your back up pick will count.
- For R1, in case both of your picks got replaced by ALT or LL, a new pick may be amended given the match you picked has not started.
-- You may not amend a new pick if both of your players got walkover. You will receive 0 pts for the round.

Points earned from qualifying rounds will be used ONLY to determine who qualifies for the main draw.
- Points earned there will not count towards the main draw.

For example, for the quarterfinal match between Wozniacki and Goerges.
If you picked Wozniacki and Wozniacki won, you will earn 9970/9970 x 5 = 5.
If you picked Goerges and Goerges won, you will earn 9970/2120 x 8 = 24.
However, if either of them lost, you will receive 0 points for your pick choice.



Ranking Points

Ranking Points will be distributed based on the tournament played and will mimic the Event Points.

Event Points W F SF QF R16 R32 R64 R128 QLFR Q3 Q2 Q1

Grand Slam 2000 1400 900 500 280 160 100 5 60 50 40 2
Premier Mandatory (96S) 1000 700 450 250 140 80 50 5 30 - 20 1
Premier Mandatory (64S) 1000 700 450 250 140 80 5 - 30 - 20 1
Premier 5 (56S) 900 620 395 225 125 70 1 - 30 20 12 1
Premier (56S) 470 320 200 120 60 40 1 - 12 - 8 1
Premier (32S) 470 320 200 120 60 1 - - 20 12 8 1
International (56S) 280 200 130 70 30 15 1 - 10 - 6 1
International (32S, 32Q) 280 200 130 70 30 1 - - 16 10 6 1
International (32S, 16Q) 280 200 130 70 30 1 - - 10 - 6 1

Rank Equivalent to

1 = W
2 = F
3-4 = SF
5-8 = QF
9-16 = R16
17-32 = R32
33-64 = R64 (Applicable only if the draw is more than 32)
65-128 = R128 (Applicable only if the draw is more than 64)

For example, if you are positioned 34 at the end of the Madrid tournament, you will receive 5 pts, equal to R64 for Premier Mandatory (64S).



Year Round Rankings

Per each calendar year, tournaments count for rankings will be using the following rules.

Best of 8 mandatory tournaments + 8 additional tournaments.

Required tournaments

- Australian Open, Melbourne
- Indian Wells
- Miami
- Madrid
- Roland Garros, Paris
- Wimbledon
- U.S. Open, New York
- Beijing

Premier 5 will not be made mandatory. However, they will be rewarding the most points outside the required tournaments.

To participate in YEC in Dubai, you must be ranked Top 8 at the ranking spot.
- Alternates below top 8 will be accepted for replacements should there be less than 8 players participating.

To participate in the commonwealth game in Bali, you must either

1. Win an international event tournament -or-
2. Be ranked from 9 to 16 -and-
3. ...is not participating in YEC
- Alternates below top 16 will be accepted for replacements should there be less than 16 players participating.
- More than 16 players may be accepted only if they are all winners of the international events and they are ranked 9 to 16 at the year end.

Ivanovic2008
May 8th, 2011, 03:19 PM
^ :yeah:

coolfish1103
Jun 3rd, 2011, 12:38 PM
^ :yeah:

It's been a month and only you have responded.

I wonder who I need to speak with to get a response or approval?

Ralph214
Jun 23rd, 2011, 05:44 AM
^ Interesting game! You don't need to get approval to run a game in the tournament forums. You only need permission to get subforum after enough players are joining.

I'm just a little bit confused on your example:

For example, for the quarterfinal match between Wozniacki and Goerges.
If you picked Wozniacki and Wozniacki won, you will earn 9970/9970 x 5 = 5.
If you picked Goerges and Goerges won, you will earn 9970/2120 x 8 = 24.

Why is this x8 and not x5?

Try hosting your first tournament after Wimbledon :) I'm sure people will start to join here :yeah:

HawkAussie
Jul 4th, 2011, 09:28 AM
QTC (Questions, Tennis, Comp)

1. How is this played?
I will asked 7 questions in the tourmanet and 14 questions for grand slams. How ever many people their is in the tourmanet is how many people will be the top points.

2. How many points do you get?
It will be the same as the real WTA tour with the winner get the big points.

3. How do you get the winner?
Bascially the one with the most points gets the big points for that tourmanet.

4. How will the questions be asked?
It will be a muti answer questions with 4 possible answers and you have to choose which one is right.

5. Where to send the answers?
For the first 5 days or 10 days in slams you will have to post the answer in the thread and if it is really tight at the top when coming down to the final 2/7 of the tourmanet left then you must send them in private message me.

Have fun if this starts

moodin0931
Jul 22nd, 2011, 03:12 PM
http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=440297

Thanks! :bounce:

All I need is a thread now...:angel:

Kworb
Aug 18th, 2011, 08:00 PM
My new game idea. Sound fun? Any pitfalls I haven't thought of?

Wager War / Bet Battle (not sure yet about the title)

This is a new game to be played during real WTA tournaments.

How do I play?

Each player starts with 100 points. The objective is to maximize your points through a series of wagers.

The game is played by sending PMs to the manager. Each day of matches is a round of play. In your PM you state:

- which players you are betting on
- and how much you are betting on them, expressed as a percentage

Some additional rules:

- you can only bet on one player per match
- you can only bet on matches that haven't started
- when you place a bet, you have to bet a minimum of 5%
- the sum of the percentages can't exceed 100% (but it can be lower)
- on the first day you have to place at least one bet

Sounds easy. How are the points divided after the matches are played?

This is best explained through example.

Suppose players 1 to 8 bet a total of 400 points on a specific match. 80 points were bet on the winner and 320 points were bet on the loser of the match.

Players 3 and 5 were the only ones to pick the winner.

Player 3 bet 30 points on the winner.
Player 5 bet 50 points on the winner.

Player 3 gets (30/80)*400 = 150 points back.
Player 5 gets (50/80)*400 = 250 points back.

What if no one bet on the winner of the match?

For that match, the losers get their points back.

And what if no one bet on the loser of the match?

Then the winners simply get their points back.

What if I lose all my points?

Then you are done for that week. As the points are switching owners, there will always be players remaining.

Why bet with percentages? Why not just points?

You won't know how many points you have until the manager updates, so this way you can still keep sending your bets even when the manager is slow.

Okay. Can you also give an example of what to PM?

Suppose the OOP for day 2 is:

Lucie Hradecka vs. Serena Williams
Jelena Jankovic vs. Iveta Benesova
Flavia Pennetta vs. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
Eleni Daniilidou vs. Samantha Stosur
Gisela Dulko vs. Shuai Peng
Roberta Vinci vs. Nadia Petrova
Yanina Wickmayer vs. Bojana Jovanovski
Shuai Zhang vs. Maria Kirilenko

An example PM would be:

Day 2

Hradecka 12%
Jankovic 20%
Peng 10%
Petrova 5%
Zhang 40%

This player would be betting 87% of their total. The remaining 13% moves on to the next day.

What if I forget to PM?

It would be like not betting on anyone, which is allowed after the first day.

What if I accidentally bet more than 100%?

If the manager catches it in time they will alert you, if not then the bets don't count.

Can I join in the middle of the tournament?

Sure, but you get a 10 point penalty per day that you're late. So if you join on day 3, you start with 80 points. And you have to place at least one bet the day that you join.

So who wins in the end?

Obviously the player who has acquired the most points after the final is the winner of the tournament.

Is there a ranking system?

Yes. If you end the tournament with more than 100 points, you will get ranking points. How many depends on your placement in that tournament and the importance of the tournament.

Awesome. When do we start?

There will be a test run soon to see how it goes, probably in one of the MMs after the US Open.

HawkAussie
Aug 20th, 2011, 07:32 AM
RR DTC

Surfaces

1. Plexicushion
2. Clay
3. Grass
4. Hard
5. Indoor

Schedule

Week 1: Medibank International (Australia) (Plexicushion)
Week 2: Dubai Tennis Championship (UAE) (Plexicushion)
Week 3: J&S Cup (Poland) (Clay)
Week 4: Qatar Total German Open (Germany) (Clay)
Week 5: Ordina Open (Netherlands) (Grass)
Week 6: Bank of the West Classic (USA) (Hard)
Week 7: Pilot Pen Tennis (USA) (Hard)
Week 8: Porsche Tennis Grand Prix (Germany) (Indoor)
Week 9: Generali Ladies Linz (Austria) (Indoor)
Week 10: WTA Tour Divison Championship (USA) (Grass)

Rules

You will have to split from 260 to 300 points (depending on what your favorite surfaces are) into the 3 sets of the match I will use these differences to decide the set.

Differences
over 50 - 6-0
40-49 - 6-1
30-39 - 6-2
20-29 - 6-3
12-19 - 6-4
7-12 - 7-5
under 7 - 7-6

The point system for the RR DTC is premier points. So 6 wins would surely be enough for the title and maybe a promtoin to the higher divison. If you are last to last 3 (depending on the number of players) in Divison 1 then you are relagted to the worst divison.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ABOUT ANYTHING YOU CAN LET ME KNOW BEFORE COMMITTING !

Taken Players
Caroline Wozniacki (Matt121)
Kaia Kanepi (Matt121)
Samantha Stosur (Kev)
Jarmila Gajdosova (Kev)
Maria Sharapova (Lachy)
Ana Ivanovic (Lachy)
Jelena Jankovic (Ralph214)
Dinara Safina (Ralph214)
Marion Barotli (JupiterLover)
Nadia Petrova (JupiterLover)

Wert.
Nov 19th, 2011, 06:31 PM
Random Tennis League

Rules
You have to choose a top 200 active wta player. There is 19 points in total.You need to put them in 5 sections-serve,forehand,backhand,dropshot,volley.For example :
S:5
F:6
B:3
D:4
V:1
5+6+3+4+1=19
Then I use random.org to get main shot of a game.Example:
Paszek
S:5
f:3
b:5
d:3
v:3

Azarenka
4
5
2
4
4

Random.org says:
Game 1: Volley
Paszek :3
Azarenka:4
Azarenka wins a game.
You send me numbers once per 3 months.You need commit for every tournament you want to play.There will be 3/4 tournaments per month and I wont follow regular wta calendar.

Kəv.
Nov 19th, 2011, 09:29 PM
^ I think we've had a similar game before :unsure:

Wert.
Nov 20th, 2011, 06:35 AM
^maybe,but i dont see how is that a problem.
Even if we had,its not active anymore ;)

Ralph214
Nov 22nd, 2011, 12:18 AM
^ I'll play :p

HawkAussie
Dec 21st, 2011, 12:29 AM
This is the Auckland thread. For a test run
Predcit the Draw #1

Weclome to the very first week of PTD. This is how the game works.

You have to try and predcit the draw from the entry list from that event on the calendar. For example if the entry list is Serena Williams, Justine Henin, Sabine Lisicki, Samantha Stosur, Caroline Wozniacki, Venus Williams, Li Na, Maria Sharapova then you have to do it like this

(1) Justine Henin vs. Caroline Wozniacki
Venus Williams vs. Li Na
Maria Sharapova vs. Samantha Stosur
Serena Williams vs. (2) Sabine Lisicki

You can enter both events, but only your best can count. The top 2 seeds for everything except the right match, won't count into your tourmanet points talley, while the other entries can. Anyway this is how the points system will work:

Right Match: 50
Right Quarter: 30 for other
Right Quarter: 25 for Internationals and Premier 5 (32 list)
Right Half: 10

The point system will be the same as the WTA but only the top 16 best results will count. So start playing :)

Lachy
Dec 23rd, 2011, 05:51 AM
http://img707.imageshack.us/img707/1190/15416557.png

Hey :bigwave:

Just a shout out to see if anyone is interested in signing up to play LoRT in 2012. The rules of this game have changed slightly from before and they are outlined below. If you are interested take a look in the LoRT subforum and visit the 2012 commitment and schedule thread via the link below :D

http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=449746

Rules Outlined:


1. You will have 12 points to split in each set. 1 to 12.
2. Each value will have to have a direction associated with it, either Left or Right.
3. [Same as old rules for scoring] http://www.tennisforum.com/showpost.php?p=19105924&postcount=22
4. At the start of each round, all players will be sent a PM with 3 graphics OR questions OR a mixture of both. Those 3 graphics will consist of 3 tennis players that have been 'shaded' out and any questions may or may not be relevant to tennis.
5. Your job is to correctly guess the three players and or answer the questions sent in the PM.
6. Instead of the higher ranked player serving first, the player that correctly guesses the first graphic/answers the first question will serve first. (This is a BIG advantage).
7. The second graphic/question will be used to determine the first 'identical' score.
8. The third graphic/question will be used to determine the first tiebreak.


Example Set of Scores: L5, L7, R1, R9, R12, L3, L4, R2, R6, L11, R10, L8.

Why have these guessing questions?
- It removes the requirement of using a coin toss every single time identical scores, or tiebreaks come up. (And they are heaps fun!)

How does doubles work?
- Same format, except each team will send answers together.

What happens if we each guess the graphics/questions correctly?
- If both players guess the graphic/question correctly, the next one will be used in its place. It is highly unlikely that both players will guess all three players/questions correctly (no offence). In the event that it does happen, the old system will be used...of the higher ranked player serving first and coin toss identical point determination.

Advantages of these new rules?
- You only need to split 12 points in each set. Should be a lot easier to send points (less time consuming).
- Guessing the player removes the requirement of constantly tossing coins, and if you're unlucky like me, I'm sure you'll appreciate this alternative.
- Determining who serves first used to fall on the higher ranked player. Serving first is a massive advantage. I actually checked and on more than one occasion this year an entire match could go two different ways based on who starts serving! This new rule makes it more fair for both players.

And of course, finally, it will be less time consuming to score as well.

Igorche
Jan 1st, 2012, 10:07 PM
Choose-Your-Player (C-Y-P)

(1) C-Y-P is simple and only takes a few minutes each week. The only you need to do is to choose one player from the draw. How many points you get from the tournament will depends on how many points your choosen player won on the WTA tournament. For example, if your player lose in the second round of the Australian Open, you will get 100 points for the list.

(2) One player can be chosen only once, so you can not choose a player who has already been chosen.

(3) For each event you must choose a new player.

(4) Bonus points: If you choose not seeded player you must predict how far into the draw will go your player (R2, R3,..., SF, Final, Title) and if you correctly predict your points will be doubled.

Example: If your choice for Australian Open is Bojana Jovanovski R3

- If Bojana lose in R2 you will receive 100 +0 =100 pts. (100 for R2 and 0 for wrong prediction)
- If Bojana lose in R3 you will receive 160 + 160 =320 pts.(160 for R3 and 160 for correct prediction)
- If Bojana lose in R4 you will receive 280 + 0 =280 pts.(280 for R4 and 0 for wrong prediction)

(5) If on the one tournament you choose a player who is seeded between #1 and #8 at the next tournament you play you do not have right to choose a player who is seeded between #1 and #8.

(6) If you choose a player in the tournament which is played,for example, in February, you do not have right to pick the same player again for the second tournament which is played on February.

Example: If you choose a player for the tournament in Doha, you can not choose that player for Dubai.

(7) You can choose your player only after tournament manager says "now you can choose your player".

(8) You must choose your player before the start of the first singles match of the tournament.

(9) Late entrie is allowed but you can choose only those players who does not play that day, if there are available players.

(10) If you want to change your player you can do that before the start of the first singles match of the tournament, make sure you make a new post and quote your previous post.

(11) Please make sure you write down the player's full name or surname, no nicknames please!

(12) Your best 16 results throughout the year will be counted for your ranking.

(13) You can play one tournament per week.

(14) If tournament manager wants to participate he can choose his players at the end of deadline.

Wert.
Jan 2nd, 2012, 11:35 AM
^i will play

whueg
Jan 18th, 2012, 10:35 PM
We noticed that the Fantasy Year Game for the men was rather popular and many people asked us to organize also a Year Game for the women. Of course we did.

Here it is:

The Fantasy WTA Tennis Year Game 2012 (https://www.zweeler.com/tennis/tennisYearWTA/home) will start at Monday the 6th of February at 12.00 hours CET (11.00 hours GMT) with the 20e Open GDF Suez in Paris.

The game includes 24 tournaments from the WTA Tour including the Olympics in London. You have a 400 million budget to buy 20 tennis players of which you think are going to win the most points in the the Fantasy Tennis Year Game. Your players in your team can earn points by reaching the last 32/64. Be aware: A player can only score points once per tournament. Suppose Serena Williams loses the semi finals of Wimbledon, she will earn 24 points for your team. Besides picking 20 tennis players you also need to predict the 3 winners of the Grand Slams and the Olympics.

The game costs 7 euro per team and the guaranteed amount of prizes is now: 400 euro. The first prize in the general classification (10 prizes) will be 100 euro. The best sub league can win 20 euro.

Have fun!!

:)

whueg
Mar 13th, 2012, 09:55 AM
This is a combination Fantasy Tennis game for men and women tennis players. :)

The Fantasy Sony Ericsson Open (https://www.zweeler.com/tennis/miami2012/main.php) starts on Wednesday 21 March 2012 at 17:00 hours CET (16.00 hours GMT).

You can choose 25 tennis players from 7 different groups of which you think are going to win the most points in the Sony Ericsson Open.

The game will cost 2.50 euro per team and will start with a guaranteed amount of prizes of 100.00 euro. The first prize will be 35.00 euro (7 GC prizes) and the best sub league will win 5.00 euro.

Have fun,

:)

samresmo
Apr 9th, 2012, 07:43 AM
I am in Jean!!!! :)

Chilenaitor
May 7th, 2012, 03:38 AM
where is jean game?? i think the game is good :D

whueg
May 11th, 2012, 01:15 PM
The Fantasy Roland Garros (https://www.zweeler.com/tennis/rolandGarros2012/main.php) starts on Sunday 27 May 2012 at 11:00 hours CET.

You can choose 25 tennis players (man and women) from 7 different groups of which you think are going to win the most points in the Roland Garros.

The game will cost 5 euro per team and will start with a guaranteed amount of prizes of 500 euro. The first prize will be 115 euro (10 GC prizes) and the best sub league will win 15 euro.

Have fun,

whueg
Jun 3rd, 2012, 09:06 PM
We continue creating fun games for the big Tennis tournaments

The Fantasy Wimbledon (https://www.zweeler.com/tennis/wimbledon2012/main.php) starts on Monday 25 June 2012 at 11:00 hours CET.

You can choose 25 tennis players (men and women) from 7 different groups of which you think are going to win the most points in the Wimbledon.

The game will cost 5.00 euro per team and will start with a guaranteed amount of prizes of 750.00 euro. The first prize will be 125.00 euro (19 GC prizes) and the best sub leagues can win 35.00 euro (25, 10 euro).

Prizes
The total prize money for the Fantasy Wimbledon is € 750.00
General classification
Position Amount
1 € 125.00
2 € 90.00
3 € 70.00
4 € 60.00
5 € 50.00
6 € 45.00
7 € 40.00
8 € 40.00
9 € 35.00
10 € 30.00
11 € 25.00
12 € 20.00
13 € 20.00
14 € 20.00
15 € 15.00
16 € 10.00
17 € 10.00
18 € 5.00
19 € 5.00
Subleague classification
Position Amount
1 € 25.00
2 € 10.00

Raimis
Jun 11th, 2012, 10:50 AM
The game that I am playing is
Tennio.com (http://www.tennio.com/portal/public/tennio/)

Its a tennis management game where you train your player to becoma a Nr.1
You can do a multitude of things inside the game like watch your player carrying out daily tasks; choose the latest kit and even watch games live

marklin
Jun 15th, 2012, 12:00 PM
Tennisduel (http://s1.tennisduel.com/r1164)

Very good online browser game

sunshine88
Jun 25th, 2012, 04:02 PM
The game that I am playing is
Tennio.com (http://www.tennio.com/portal/public/tennio/)

Its a tennis management game where you train your player to becoma a Nr.1
You can do a multitude of things inside the game like watch your player carrying out daily tasks; choose the latest kit and even watch games live
I want to share my joy about this game! Recently I was suggested to try a new online tennis management game – Tennio (the link: http://www.tennio.com). In this stand-alone game you are coaching your young tennis player. You assess his strengths, select the right training schedule and set the right tactics how to win the duel. What I liked most is that the authors of the game have created a very realistic tennis setting. You have to manage the finance of the player, care for the equipment, and you must be competitive on the field to get the money to develop your young fellow further. The better he is, the more money you can win. :) And you design yourself the player. Give it a try! I truly suggest.

Chilenaitor
Jun 30th, 2012, 02:46 AM
:wavey:


Presenting my new game. Still thinking about name. It would be pretty similar to PYW just with few advantage. It will be held in every actual WTA Tournament this year. Entry list will remain same as in real WTA Tournament, while draw will be re-made. Game has a regular PYW Format - 1 Vote = 1 Game.


Advantages:

* Home country player automaticlly wins first game of a match.

For example, If Date Krumm plays Tokio tournament, she will start her every match with automatic score '1-0'

* Players that have won at least one WTA title this year on same surface as tournament they are playing, they have automatic game won in first set.

Example: Paszek won Eastbourne, so she has guarnteed game won in Wimbledon matches.

* TOP 10 players automatically wins two games in first set.

* Players ranked outside TOP 100 automatically loses two games ( if both players are outside TOP 100, then match starts with 0-0)

* Former champions of tournament automatically wins one game ( Sharapova Roland Garros, Safarova Estorill, Lisicki Birmingham etc.)


Except regular WTA Tournaments, we will have additional tournaments such as National championships etc...

like this! ;)
maybe a PYW 2.0.. when you think start?

HawkAussie
Jun 30th, 2012, 03:44 AM
:wavey:


Presenting my new game. Still thinking about name. It would be pretty similar to PYW just with few advantage. It will be held in every actual WTA Tournament this year. Entry list will remain same as in real WTA Tournament, while draw will be re-made. Game has a regular PYW Format - 1 Vote = 1 Game.


Advantages:

* Home country player automaticlly wins first game of a match.

For example, If Date Krumm plays Tokio tournament, she will start her every match with automatic score '1-0'

* Players that have won at least one WTA title this year on same surface as tournament they are playing, they have automatic game won in first set.

Example: Paszek won Eastbourne, so she has guarnteed game won in Wimbledon matches.

* TOP 10 players automatically wins two games in first set.

* Players ranked outside TOP 100 automatically loses two games ( if both players are outside TOP 100, then match starts with 0-0)

* Former champions of tournament automatically wins one game ( Sharapova Roland Garros, Safarova Estorill, Lisicki Birmingham etc.)


Except regular WTA Tournaments, we will have additional tournaments such as National championships etc...

Interesting idea. I might test that idea on the European Team Championships for this year.

marklin
Jun 30th, 2012, 09:41 AM
I have tried Tenio, but still prefer www.tennisduel.com (http://s1.tennisduel.com/r1164).
Its a really great game.

whueg
Aug 8th, 2012, 12:58 PM
The Fantasy US Open (https://www.zweeler.com/tennis/usOpen2012/main.php) starts on Monday 27 August 2012 at 17:00 hours CET.

You can choose 25 tennis players (men and women) from 7 different groups of which you think are going to win the most points in the US Open.

The game will cost 5.00 euro per team and will start with a guaranteed amount of prizes of 500.00 euro. The first prize will be 125.00 euro (11 GC prizes) and the best sub leagues can win 20.00 euro (15, 5 euro).

Have fun,

:)

Richie's
Oct 11th, 2012, 12:34 PM
New Game, pretty easy to play. Have a look guys!

http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?p=22307889#post22307889

whueg
Oct 23rd, 2012, 09:54 AM
We created a Head to Head for the WTA Championships which starts Tuesday at 16.00 hours with the match between Agnieszka Radwanska and Petra Kvitova.

2 euro per team and we start with 40 euro in the prize pool.

Have fun!!

23-10 16:00 Kvitova, Petra - Radwanska, Agnieszka
23-10 17:30 Kerber, Angelique - Williams, Serena
23-10 19:00 Errani, Sara - Sharapova, Maria
24-10 16:00 Azarenka, Victoria - Kerber, Angelique
24-10 16:00 Li, Na - Williams, Serena
24-10 16:00 Azarenka, Victoria - Li, Na
24-10 16:00 Azarenka, Victoria - Williams, Serena
24-10 16:00 Kerber, Angelique - Li, Na
24-10 16:00 Errani, Sara - Kvitova, Petra
24-10 16:00 Radwanska, Agnieszka - Sharapova, Maria
24-10 16:00 Errani, Sara - Radwanska, Agnieszka
24-10 16:00 Kvitova, Petra - Sharapova, Maria

Game rules

Predict for every Head to head which sportsman will the best of the 2 sportsmen. 10 points per good prediction.
The result of a duel will be set to 0 points when one of the sportsmen do not start at the match, or when both sportsmen are not taken up in the final result of the match.
For every head to head there is a possibility to use jokers. Zweeler decides up front which duels will get a Joker and how many jokers can be placed. The jokers double the points of a correct prediction.
When you use the Insurance (I) on a match you can win 7 points when your prediction is correct and 3 points when your prediction is wrong. When using an insurance you can't put a joker on this match.

whueg
Dec 3rd, 2012, 02:20 PM
The Fantasy WTA Tennis Year Game (https://www.zweeler.com/tennis/wtatennisyeargame2013/main.php) starts on Friday 28 December 2012 at 2:00 hours CET.

You have a budget of 215 million euro to buy 20 tennis players of which you think are going to win the most points in the Fantasy WTA Tennis Year Game.

You can win points with your own team based upon the achievements of your tennis players in all tennis tournaments which count for this game. You can score points per round. An example: When you have chosen Serena Williams in your team and she is eliminated in the semi finals of the Australian Open (a Grand Slam), you will score the following points (2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9 = 30). When she wins the tournament she will receive (2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 15, 15 = 60).

The game will cost 7.00 euro per team and will start with a guaranteed amount of prizes of 500.00 euro.

The first prize will be 100.00 euro (13 GC prizes) and finally you can win with your friends, colleagues and family 30.00 euro in the sub league classification (20, 10 euro).

Have fun!

:)

goOudinUSA
Mar 2nd, 2013, 12:28 AM
Challenger PAW or FITD?

Kəv.
Mar 2nd, 2013, 12:37 AM
Challenger PAW or FITD?

Its happened before already. Not much people though

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goOudinUSA
Mar 2nd, 2013, 01:01 AM
Oh :o

stejj9
Mar 5th, 2013, 09:33 AM
Hey guys,

I've had an idea for a new game with an interesting concept!
Was wondering where I could post the entire format of the game, the goal and the rules.
If someone could let me know, that would be great :)

Thank you!

P.S. Who is responsible for confirming games? Maybe I could just sent a direct message to that user. Thanks :)

Igorche
Mar 5th, 2013, 09:38 AM
Post rules here, then start the game and when you have more than 16 players you'll get subforum for your game.

James
Mar 5th, 2013, 09:39 AM
Post rules here, then start the game and when you have more than 16 players you'll get subforum for your game.

Exactly. If there are specific questions about a subforum, they can be sent to me.

stejj9
Mar 5th, 2013, 11:20 AM
Post rules here, then start the game and when you have more than 16 players you'll get subforum for your game.

Hvala Igorche!

and thanks James, will do that asap!

Igorche
Mar 5th, 2013, 06:24 PM
Hvala Igorche!

and thanks James, will do that asap!

I drugi put ;)

randy72391
Mar 9th, 2013, 06:39 PM
Random Tennis League

Rules
You have to choose a top 200 active wta player. There is 19 points in total.You need to put them in 5 sections-serve,forehand,backhand,dropshot,volley.For example :
S:5
F:6
B:3
D:4
V:1
5+6+3+4+1=19
Then I use random.org to get main shot of a game.Example:
Paszek
S:5
f:3
b:5
d:3
v:3

Azarenka
4
5
2
4
4

Random.org says:
Game 1: Volley
Paszek :3
Azarenka:4
Azarenka wins a game.
You send me numbers once per 3 months.You need commit for every tournament you want to play.There will be 3/4 tournaments per month and I wont follow regular wta calendar.

I'm thinking similar game to this. would poeple play?

randy72391
Mar 9th, 2013, 06:53 PM
PYS (pick your skills)

Rules: You order 100 points into 13 different categories ( Forehand, Backhand, Serve, Volley, Drop Shot, Lob, Overhead, Topspin, Flat, Slice, Confidence, Surface and Tiebreak
Pick a player within the top 100 for the past 10 years (or any notable ones that never made it)

Example:
Serena: 5, 10, 15, 5, 0 , 10 , 10* , 5, 10 *,5, 10, 10, 5
Azarenka: 10, 0, 0 , 0 20, 10*, 10,0 , 0, 10 , 10 ,10, 20
If a tie it goes to a coin flip
So in this example: Serena wins 6-3

3 -4 Tournaments a month
Every time A player wins a tournament they get an extra 1-5 points depending on the quality of the tournament

Anyone want to play/ improve the game :)

stejj9
Mar 10th, 2013, 09:05 AM
Post rules here, then start the game and when you have more than 16 players you'll get subforum for your game.

Exactly. If there are specific questions about a subforum, they can be sent to me.

ONE SHOT TENNIS (OST)

Ok so the game I would like to introduce is called ONE SHOT TENNIS (OST).

This game will have some similar aspects to P-A-W (Pick a winner) just to make scoring easier, and which part exactly will be used from that game will be explained below.

So, the game is called ONE SHOT TENNIS for a reason. Over the duration of a tournament, you will be able to choose a certain amount of players based on the SIZE of the tournament DRAW.

You will always select a NEW player for every match you play. This means that as soon as you have used a certain player (e.g. Maria Sharapova), you will NOT be able to use her again. In other words, she may only bring you points once! Even if a player you have selected has WON their match, you still CANNOT use that player again. The only EXCEPTION to this rule, is if you use a ''Player Wildcard'' (more info provided in the 'Bonus section' below).

Limit of matches you are allowed to select during a tournament:

During 128 or 96 player draws: 28 players
During 64 player draws: 21 players
During 32 player draws: 15 players
During round robin draws: 5 players


Players must be spread out over the course of the draw.
So for example, if you are playing a tournament with a 128-player draw or 96-player draw, then you have to spread your players in the following way:

Round 1 – Choose 7 players
Round 2 – Choose 6 players
Round 3 – Choose 5 players
Round 4 – Choose 4 players
QF – Choose 3 players
SF – Choose 2 players
F – Choose 1 player

TOTAL players for 128 player draw / 96 player draw = 28 players.

Similarily, if you are playing a tournament with a 32 draw, you will be allowed a total of 15 players arranged in the following way:

Round 1 - Choose 5 players
Round 2 – Choose 4 players
QF – Choose 3 players
SF – Choose 2 players
F – Choose 1 player

TOTAL players for 32 player draw = 15 players

Draws with a 64-player field, will obviously begin with R1 having 6 players and the following 5 rounds (R2, R3, QF, SF and F) having a player less each time. So in total, you should be having 21 players chosen in a 64-player draw tournament.


EXAMPLE

If you are playing a 32-player draw, you are allowed a total of 15 player picks.

An example of a 32-player draw (taken from the 2013 ASB Classic Auckland Open) is displayed below. As stated earlier, you are allowed a total of 15 player picks during the course of a 32-player draw tournament. Players must be selected according to the format provided earlier for 32-player draws.

Points allocated for every correct pick are taken from the P-A-W (Pick a winner) score ratios already given in that game.

(1)Radwanska vs. (LL) Arn (03-36)
Halep vs. Rus (08-12)
(WC) Bouchard vs. Vesnina (14-7)
Arruabarrena-Vecino vs. (6) Shvedova (14-7)

(4)Zheng vs. Hampton (07-13)
(Q) Dubois vs. Erakovic (14-07)
Kuznetsova vs. Bertens (10-10)
Watson vs. (5)Cirstea (12-09)

(7)McHale vs. Parmentier (08-12)
Voskoboeva vs. Flipkens (12-08)
(Q) Luangham vs. Oprandi (19-05)
Rybarikova vs. (3)Wickmayer (13-08)

(8)Barthel vs. (Q) Min (05-20)
(WC) Daniilidou vs. (WC) Vandeweghe (10-10)
Larsson vs. Doi (09-11)
(Q) Sevastova vs. (2)Goerges (24-02)

You picked the following 5 matches from Round 1:

OST01 Daniilidou over Vandeweghe
OST02 Rybarikova over Wickmayer
OST03 Voskoboeva over Flipkens
OST04 Halep over Rus
OST05 Bertens over Kuznetsova

The results:

Daniilidou beat Vandeweghe
You picked Daniilidou so you automatically get 10 points

Wickmayer beat Rybarikova
You picked Rybarikova so you get 0 points

Flipkens beat Voskoboeva
You picked Voskoboeva so you get 0 points

Halep beat Rus
You picked Halep so you score 8 points

Bertens beat Kuznetsova
You picked Bertens so you score 10 points

So your total points for R1 would be 10+0+0+8+10 = 28 points

FORMAT OF PICKS:

When selecting a player and the match they are playing, the player must be selected in the following way:

OSTn Player 1 over Player 2

Example:

OST01 Kuznetsova over Hlavackova
OST02 Jankovic over Kirilenko

TRICK OF THE GAME:

Now the trick of the game is the following:

With each round that progresses, a player’s value will DOUBLE.

Which means that if you have chosen Anastasija Sevastova over Julia Goerges in Round 1 of a tournament and the scoring value for that match was (24-02), then Sevastova’s value in Round 2 will be 24*2 = 48
BUT as the game title states, this is One shot tennis, which means you will NOT be allowed to use Sevastova again if you have used her in Round 1 (UNLESS you use a Player wildcard - for more info on player wildcards, check the Bonus section at the bottom).

Obviously if anybody decides to use Julia Goerges, her value of 2 will be doubled in Round 2 so that she is worth 2*2 = 4 points in Round 2.

These figures and numbers are just used as examples. Actual figures will be used from the scoring values given in Pick-a-winner (PAW) during each tournament.

So, it is important to be careful on how you use a certain player. If you know that a certain player has a good head-to-head record over the opposite player, you need to make sure you pick the correct player.

For example:

You know that Ana Ivanovic has a 5-0 head-to-head record over Schiavone and the value for that match is Ana Ivanovic vs Francesca Schiavone (5-12). You can choose the ‘safer’ bet and ‘SAVE’ Ana Ivanovic to use her in your 2nd round match, if you think that she will beat Schiavone. In that way, Ana Ivanovic’s value in Round 2 will be 5*2 = 10pts.
Similarily, if Schiavone won through to Round 2, her value will double and would thus be (12*2 = 24 in Round 2).

POINT SYSTEM FOR RANKING:

For a Premier Mandatory tournament (this includes all 4 of IW, Miami, Madrid, Beijing):

1st -- 1000 ...... 25th --- 85 ...... 49th --- 42 ...... 73rd --- 17
2nd --- 700 ...... 26th --- 83 ...... 50th --- 40 ...... 74th --- 16
3rd --- 500 ...... 27th --- 82 ...... 51st --- 38 ...... 75th --- 15
4th --- 450 ...... 28th --- 80 ...... 52nd --- 36 ...... 76th --- 14
5th --- 400 ...... 29th --- 77 ...... 53rd --- 35 ...... 77th --- 13
6th --- 370 ...... 30th --- 75 ...... 54th --- 34 ...... 78th --- 12
7th --- 350 ...... 31st --- 73 ...... 55th --- 33 ...... 79th --- 12
8th --- 320 ...... 32nd --- 71 ...... 56th --- 32 ...... 80th --- 11
9th --- 290 ...... 33rd --- 69 ...... 57th --- 31 ...... 81st --- 11
10th -- 265 ...... 34th --- 68 ...... 58th --- 30 ...... 82nd --- 10
11th -- 230 ...... 35th --- 67 ...... 59th --- 29 ...... 83rd --- 10
12th -- 210 ...... 36th --- 66 ...... 60th --- 28 ...... 84th --- 9
13th -- 195 ...... 37th --- 65 ...... 61st --- 27 ...... 85th --- 9
14th -- 180 ...... 38th --- 64 ...... 62nd --- 26 ...... 86th --- 8
15th -- 165 ...... 39th --- 62 ...... 63rd --- 25 ...... 87th ---- 7
16th -- 145 ...... 40th --- 60 ...... 64th --- 24 ...... 88th ---- 6
17th -- 135 ...... 41st --- 58 ...... 65th --- 23 ...... 89th ---- 5
18th -- 125 ...... 42nd --- 56 ...... 66th --- 22 ...... 90th ---- 4
19th ---115 ...... 43rd --- 54 ...... 67th --- 21 ...... 91st ---- 4
20th ---100 ...... 44th --- 52 ...... 68th --- 20 ...... 92nd ---- 3
21st --- 95 ...... 45th --- 50 ...... 69th --- 19 ...... 93rd ---- 3
22nd --- 92 ...... 46th --- 48 ...... 70th --- 18 ...... 94th ---- 2
23rd --- 89 ...... 47th --- 46 ...... 71st --- 18 ...... 95th ---- 2
24th --- 87 ...... 48th --- 44 ...... 72nd --- 17 ...... 96th ---- 1


For a grand slam, the scoring would be double of the points for each place shown above used in a Premier Mandatory tournament.

Also, smaller Premier 5/Premier and International tournaments will have less points than those shown above.


GAME BONUSES:

There are 2 bonuses when playing One Shot Tennis.

BONUS 1:

You may use TWO (2) PLAYER WILDCARDS during a tournament.

What does a player wildcard mean?

Player wildcards refer to selecting players that have already been used but may be used yet again!

For example: If you have selected the following Round 1 matches in a 128 player draw:

Sharapova over Soler Espinosa
Halep over Oudin
Daniilidou over Craybas
Williams over Schiavone
Jankovic over Vinci
Date-Krumm over Makarova
Aga Radwanska over Hsieh

You may choose to select ANY two players for use again, from ANY round! So, in a 128 player draw or 96 player draw, you would usually select 28 players. You may choose to stick with that option and have 28 players selected, or you may choose to have 26 players instead with 2 players having played 2 matches instead of 1! You may choose to use 1 WC, or 2 WC's or you may not want to use any WCs! The choice is entirely yours and it depends on how you think you will benefit and gain points.

So even if you have selected Jankovic and Date-Krumm already, they may be used once more over the tournament. Or you may just use Jankovic again. Or you might choose not to use any WC's over the tournament!

REMEMBER: you may choose any TWO players for use again, from ANY round. The example given above shows the 7 Round 1 picks and 2 players selected from that round. That has been used just as an example ;)


BONUS 2:

In addition to the scoring points that each player on Tennis forum will receive, the top 2 players can receive an ADDITIONAL wildcard to use in their next 2 tournaments!


ADDITIONAL RULES:

1) Players must make their picks for each Player they choose BEFORE the player plays her match.

2) In case a player withdraws from the tournament, you are allowed to change your initial pick and REPLACE with the new player chosen.

YOU MAY NOT CHANGE OR EDIT YOUR POSTS. Previous posts MUST BE QUOTED for any changes to occur. No other format will be accepted.

3) As it is stated in the first few parts of this description, you must choose a certain number of players per round. So if you are playing a 128 player draw or 96 player draw, you will be allowed 7 picks in Round 1.

Maximum of 7 picks will be allowed in Round 1 so if you have placed more than 7 picks, i.e. 8, 9 or 10 or more, only your first 7 will count. So in case you do make this mistake, make sure at least your first 7 are the good ones ;)

4) In case of more than 1 player finishing with the same no. of points, the tie-break rule used in PAW will be used to solve out final rankings.

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It might look complicated, but I assure you it's not. If people think this is similar like any other game, let me know, so it can be improved. Feedback and input would be appreciated :)


Thank you ;)

goOudinUSA
Mar 10th, 2013, 07:31 PM
Sounds good! Like the idea. :) A little similar to PAW, but the tricks and bonuses are nice!

Cooper96
Mar 10th, 2013, 07:44 PM
I would play this but I don't understand how you could pick 3 players in the quarters, 2 in the semis and one in the final if you can't pick a player more than once.

Chilenaitor
Mar 11th, 2013, 02:14 AM
i like the last 2 games :)

mariusz_pol
Jun 15th, 2013, 07:20 PM
I've just come up with idea of special ranking with all games. Points from all games would be added in one ranking. I think it would be a great thing but needs some improvements. What's your opinions?

goOudinUSA
Jun 15th, 2013, 08:18 PM
That could also be another way to get players playing just one game to play different games. :shrug:

mariusz_pol
Jun 15th, 2013, 08:48 PM
That could also be another way to get players playing just one game to play different games. :shrug:

and is it wrong? :confused: There could be rankings for each game and one combined for all singles and one for all doubles for example and who doesn't want to be high in combined ranking doesn't need to play more games. It's only idea, if you don't like it ok :)

goOudinUSA
Jun 15th, 2013, 08:52 PM
No, I like your idea. I didn't mean for it to come off as if I didn't agree with you. :lol:

chriskryn
Jul 4th, 2013, 12:25 PM
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histery
Jul 30th, 2013, 12:43 PM
Have any of you played the now defunct tennis-pool? Here's a link to the site

http://www.tennis-pool.com/


I would love to implement it here in TF starting from next year, if enough of you would like to play it :)

goOudinUSA
Jul 30th, 2013, 04:30 PM
^^^That may be a cool idea!! :)

randy72391
Aug 11th, 2013, 07:05 PM
Im not sure if a game like this exists but just fantasy tennis?

Depending on the tournament size you pick different # of people

like for a 16 person draw you can only pick 4 players
2 of the 4 can be in the top 4 seeds
2 Have to be unseeded

32 you can pick 4
2 of the 4 can be the top 4 seeds
1 of the 4 can be seeds 5-8
1 has to be unseeded

64 or 128 draws
pick 8 players
5 players can be seeds 1-16
2 can be 17-32
1 has to be unseeded


obviously if you only pick 4 players from 1-16, then 1 additional can be 17-32 or unseeded

you get double points for your unseeded player

i'm not sure if the game exists and if people would play it?

Lord Sneeze
Nov 16th, 2013, 03:16 AM
Im not sure if a game like this exists but just fantasy tennis?

Depending on the tournament size you pick different # of people

like for a 16 person draw you can only pick 4 players
2 of the 4 can be in the top 4 seeds
2 Have to be unseeded

32 you can pick 4
2 of the 4 can be the top 4 seeds
1 of the 4 can be seeds 5-8
1 has to be unseeded

64 or 128 draws
pick 8 players
5 players can be seeds 1-16
2 can be 17-32
1 has to be unseeded


obviously if you only pick 4 players from 1-16, then 1 additional can be 17-32 or unseeded

you get double points for your unseeded player

i'm not sure if the game exists and if people would play it?

I like the idea of setting up a fantsy tennis team type game.

Basic idea could be each players is able to have a pool of 15 players.
Pot 1 - Top 10
Pot 2 - Top 30
Pot 3 - Top 50
Pot 4 - Top 70
All the way to 300 at pot 15

For each pot; 3 players are randomly drawn. You can then choose 1 of those players to be in your player pool
Each players gets 1 redraw on the pool, used at anytime during the year.

Every week you must choose which players you would like to be part of your team. 5 players, no player can be chosen 2 weeks in a row. Except for a Grandslam where every player in the pool scores.
A captain must be chosen for double points.

If people are interested i will nut out points etc. It would likely be values on set scores with a bonus for a win/tournament win. Minuses for lost sets and retirements.

Would make it pretty straight forward. Wouldn't want to put too much complexity into it.

Let me know what you think.

goOudinUSA
Nov 16th, 2013, 03:19 AM
http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=613537

Lord Sneeze
Nov 16th, 2013, 03:27 AM
http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=613537

Not sure how i missed that. Will have a look at it more closely when it gets closer.
Don't really like some of the options which would likely put me off playing, but will send you a PM about that at some stage.

Cheers

Davidspell
Dec 26th, 2013, 10:04 PM
Tippin' Easy

The players will be placed in a knock-out system. Every player will send 3 picks per day, please see * at the bottom of this paragraph,of the players that he or she thinks that will win with their scores. The players with the best picks and scores will reach the next round. The points given will be based on the points of the respective tournament. Is something like Tennis Tipping but easier.

* In the semi-finals- 2 picks
In the final- 1 pick

How to determine the winner:

1.) Good picks
2.) Set ratios (The players will send the exact scores, not only set ratios)
3.) Set 1 (The player with the nearer score to the real one, win)
4.) Set 2
a.) Set 3, if applicable

If after this, the players are tied they will send for the next round. The winner of this match will face with the same scores the player that was supposed to face that round.

In case of a tie in the final, the two players will send their picks for the first round of the next week tournament. The tournament will be the same for both.

The amount of players that will play will be the same of the respective tournament, except for the Slams, that will have a 64S/ 32Q draws.

Any questions PM me! I hope you liked it! I will need some help for managing but we talk about that after this game is approved, if it is.

randy72391
Dec 28th, 2013, 07:16 PM
Tennis elbow Fantasy tour!

Hey guys:

I was just playing Tennis Elbow 2013 and I had Idea:

What if we had a tennis elbow 2013 tour game, since you can create players and then simulate matches against each other, it might be fun to create a "tour" and have our players play/simulate against each other

How it would work:
Each player would start with the 1000 points to delegate to all the different stats. Then every time you win a tournament/reach the finals, you get points to add onto your players. I would create the players and put it into the computer (With the delegated stats) , put it on Incredible 10 and have them play against each other and report the stats (with a screen grab of the score)

would anyone be interested? It's just an idea ! :)

let me know!

goOudinUSA
Dec 29th, 2013, 02:00 AM
^Sounds fun. I'd play. :)

Chilenaitor
Dec 29th, 2013, 02:11 AM
Good :)

Queen V.
Jan 11th, 2014, 03:31 AM
TFWTA tour
(Tennis Forum Womens Tennis Association Tour)

http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=644753

I know you have been bomberded with tours and circuits, but i do not see why this can not successful. Rules. Whether you have 200 000 posts or 2, anyone can play :)

1. Make a player, from any country, as long as she is over 15. Add surface preferences Hard, Clay, Grass, Carpet, Indoor Hard, Indoor Clay in any order and endorsements. And add details of player in this format-

(Example)
Name- Victoria Azarenka (Does not have to be a WTA player)
Age- 24 (31/6/1989)
Nationality- Belarus
Birthplace/Residence- Minsk, Belarus/ Monte Carlo, Princ. Of Monaco
Height- 1.88m
Strengths- Backhand, Mental Toughness, Movement, Forehand
Weakness- Serve, Forehand, Injury
Attire Prefences- Nike, Adidas, Puma, EleVen, Lacoste (Any 5 Existing brands)
Racquet- Wilson (You can add model)
Surface- Hard, Indoor Hard, Carpet, Grass, Indoor Clay, Clay

Other Info- Tell us about yourself (Coach, Family, Place of Birth)

2. All players receive 1200 points to disperse between each surface.

Example
Hard- 500
Indoor Hard- 200
Carpet- 200
Grass- 200
Indoor Clay- 50
Clay- 50

This scheme would be unwise, as you would slay during all Hardcourt tournaments but struggle through clay.

You may use these on any tournament entered to determine scores. It is simple, Divide points between 3 sets (five in Championships)

Example- Internazionali BNL d'Italia, Rome (Clay)
Victoria sends 30-20-0

Dinara Sends 50-150-50

Dinara d Victoria 64 60
(Difference first set is 20=64 second set 130=60)

Tiebreaker points are also required. Like normal games they depend on surface preferences. You must spread them through
1st preference- 120
2nd- 100
3rd- 90
4th- 60
5th- 50

If players are tied, the higher ranked player wins 8-6


Just PM to Manager, Azapova. They may only be changed during the offseason. Additional points will be gained each year you play, and for winning tournaments.

3. An entry thread would be opened for entering tournaments. Wildcards will be given to new players or players selected by manager who are unable to enter. They will not be given to late entries. Late entries will have to qualify or become alternate.

Fun things
1. You may be wondering why a preference for Apparel was put in the profile. Well a manager will be selected for a sports clothing brand, who is given $1, 000, 000 to buy endorsements a year. The more accomplished the player, the more expensive they are.

Example
Victoria- 2 slams ($1, 000 each) 17 Titles ($500) Marketability* 8/10 ($8, 000)
So Victoria will cost $18 500. But you must continue to pay your player the marketability fee each month.

*Marketability is decided first by manager according to accomplishments on court and from the extra info in the player profile. Senior players who are put on the board by manager will also be consulted.

Each Apparel Manager must continually provide outfit designs for players according to real life company's schedule. So Nike must produce designs for AO-Indian Wells, Miami, Clay Season, FO- Wimbledon, USO series, USO, Post USO-YEC-AO series. Each design made will cost $500 each. So you may make a design for Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, Victoria Azarenka, Eugenie Bouchard, and then one other for your minions. This costs $2, 500. Bonuses are given monthly for this, and this only.

2. You get to choose where the tournaments are played! Apart from the Grand Slams, you choose where the tournaments are held. A yearly vote will determine the Premier Mandatory, Premier 5, Premier and International venues. If chosen, a place without certain facilities may result in money being withdrawn from player Endorsement and prize money (only those who decide on voting for it)

3. You can spend your prize and endorsement money! ( not real money). This can pay for hosting charity events, which will get you even more money, (depends on amount of views), player parties or your own tournament. Beware, flights, although not expensive, must be paid for. Manager manages all bank accounts, so fee evasion is impossible dears.

4. Senior players will be added to a board, giving them twice the amount of votes in polls for new tournaments and raises. 5 members (Longest serving, riche$t, most accomplished and nicest players will be considered for a position) and manager will sit on the board.

If this gets enough support, from the sponsors (Tennis Forum) i will manage this game! I will need a rankings master and assistant. Prize money, Statistics, Exhos, Charity events and player fashion. I think it sounds fun, you? I would appreciate thoughts and suggestions. Also if game is success, how do i open subforum?

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BMT360
Feb 18th, 2014, 05:13 PM
8 Strikes

This is a game of knowledge that's open to anyone who wants join. Just commit on the thread. A minimum of 8 players are needed to hold a tournament. You may only do one per WEEK.

How to Play
An OOP for the round is posted by the manager and players must choose ANY half of the draw to choose. Picks are always sent to the manager. Picks should only have the names of the players you think will win. If the round has 16 matches you send 8 winners. If the round has 64 matches you send 32 winners.
This is how your picks should be sent if there are 8 matches in the round:

Wozniacki
Williams
Kvitova
Radwanska

No set ratios or points are needed and all picks must be sent before the first match of the round starts. Any picks sent after will not be counted.
Here's the twist:
If you get a pick wrong you earn yourself a strike. Strikes are given when a player guesses a match wrong. In other words if the match is Williams vs Kanepi, and you guess Kanepi, but really Williams wins you'll get a strike for the wrong pick. 8 strikes and your out! A player will be disqualified if they do not make picks for ALL rounds.
However, if you earned 8 strikes, you should continue to send picks just in case everyone gets 8 strikes. Also, strikes stay through ALL rounds and do not reset after every round. The managers will post standings after every round.

Tiebreaker
If at the end of semi-finals there is a tie, players will send the exact score of the finals match to the manager. Whoever gets the closest to exact wins.

Retirements and Walkovers
If there is a retirement or a walkover the match WILL count. If it’s for a tiebreaker then the retirement or walkover will not count and in that situation the game will end in a tie.

Rankings and Finals
Rankings will be updated every once in a while. If you play hard enough, you will compete in the end of the year finals.
There is no need for you to look at the rankings to see if you’ll make it, because I’ll PM you to let you know that you’ve made it.

If you have any questions or would be interested in managing one send me a PM with the tournament you are interested in managing. :wavey:

awesomedude333
Feb 19th, 2014, 12:12 AM
8 Strikes

This is a game of knowledge that's open to anyone who wants join. Just commit on the thread. A minimum of 8 players are needed to hold a tournament. You may only do one per WEEK.

How to Play
An OOP for the round is posted by the manager and players must choose ANY half of the draw to choose. Picks are always sent to the manager. Picks should only have the names of the players you think will win. If the round has 16 matches you send 8 winners. If the round has 64 matches you send 32 winners.
This is how your picks should be sent if there are 8 matches in the round:

Wozniacki
Williams
Kvitova
Radwanska

No set ratios or points are needed and all picks must be sent before the first match of the round starts. Any picks sent after will not be counted.
Here's the twist:
If you get a pick wrong you earn yourself a strike. Strikes are given when a player guesses a match wrong. In other words if the match is Williams vs Kanepi, and you guess Kanepi, but really Williams wins you'll get a strike for the wrong pick. 8 strikes and your out! A player will be disqualified if they do not make picks for ALL rounds.
However, if you earned 8 strikes, you should continue to send picks just in case everyone gets 8 strikes. Also, strikes stay through ALL rounds and do not reset after every round. The managers will post standings after every round.

Tiebreaker
If at the end of semi-finals there is a tie, players will send the exact score of the finals match to the manager. Whoever gets the closest to exact wins.

Retirements and Walkovers
If there is a retirement or a walkover the match WILL count. If it’s for a tiebreaker then the retirement or walkover will not count and in that situation the game will end in a tie.

Rankings and Finals
Rankings will be updated every once in a while. If you play hard enough, you will compete in the end of the year finals.
There is no need for you to look at the rankings to see if you’ll make it, because I’ll PM you to let you know that you’ve made it.

If you have any questions or would be interested in managing one send me a PM with the tournament you are interested in managing. :wavey:

Really good idea. I would totally play:worship::wavey:

Flavio_Sverige
Mar 1st, 2014, 05:24 PM
Why dont we have DTT in this fórum as well?

BMT360
Apr 15th, 2014, 12:30 PM
Would anyone like 8 strikes?

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AdeyC
May 16th, 2014, 08:34 AM
Why dont we have DTT in this fórum as well?

Very good question.

randy72391
May 16th, 2014, 07:23 PM
Very good question.

Why dont we have DTT in this fórum as well?

every time we try to bring it back, no one plays :(

BMT360
May 18th, 2014, 01:09 AM
every time we try to bring it back, no one plays :(

I would play!

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Serve2Win
May 26th, 2014, 07:12 PM
Game Name: The Peter Skan Contest (aka 3-Men, 3-Women team).
Most exciting combine WTA/ATP game on the web !!!
Played only 5 times a year: All 4 Grand Slams + Miami.

Welcome to SkanCanTest!
Here's how it works:

1. The contest winner will be the poster whose registered team earns the highest number of points as of the conclusion of the tournament.

2. Valid entries consist of a team of 6 players [3 men and 3 women] all of whom must be included in the official tournament draw.

3. Rule 3 [The 30-seed rule]: The sum total of the players ranking numbers must be no less than 30, minimum 15 for ATP and 15 for WTA. We will assign unique high numbers to unseeded players for the purpose of this contest.

4. The order of your 6-named players is the most important factor in naming your team. It represents your priority for purposes of earning domination points.

Sample Entry [guessing at the Ranking]:

Team Americana

1. Nadal [Rank 1]
2. Federer [Rank 2]
3. Jankovic [Rank 2]
4. S Williams [Rank 5]
5. Kuznetsova [Rank 36]
6. Hewitt [Rank 16]

Total = 19 for ATP and 43 for WTA ( = 62 )

Cheerleader[s]: Yankee Doodle Dandy

5. You cannot name a team consisting of the same players in the same order as a team already entered. However, you can enter a team consisting of the same players as another team, provided those players are in a different order.

6. There is no rule 6! But what’s a team without a cheerleading squad. So go ahead and nominate a cheerleader[s], just for fun. In fact, they don't even have to be a registered player. Be creative!
7. You may change the composition of your team any number of times up to the start of play, after which any further change will be ignored by the program. The only requirement here is that you will have to manage your own modifications directly on the site that is hosting the game: http://www.tennisgamers.com.

8. Assign a name to your team. You can edit the team name if you wish. I'll post a shortlist of the best entries, umm .. when I retire – yeah, that’s it, when I retire! *backs away slowly*

SCORING

OK - here are the basics:

1. Domination Points:
These are based on how soundly your players beat their opponents. A key factor in calculating these points is how high you have seeded them on your team. For example, if you seed Ivanovic 2nd on your team and she thrashes Petrova 6-0 6-0, you will get 60 points; however, if you seeded Ana 5th on your team, you will only get 24 points. On the other hand, if your player loses, you will lose the corresponding number of points. Also, no winning player will be penalized for losing more games than their opponent. In such cases the default is 0 points.

2. Progression Points
You get additional points whenever your players advance to the next round [10 for round 1, 20 for round 2, 30 for round 3, 50 for round 4, 80 for Round 5, etc.]. Catch on?

3. Quality Points
You get further points when your player defeats an opponent who is in the top-32 in the Ranking. The number of points is based on how highly the opponent is ranked. For example, if you have the #1 rank on your team and they defeat the 20th rank, you get 13 points [33 - 20].

Good luck to all contestants!!