Hantuchova 4 ME

Jun 30th, 2005, 06:49 AM

We all remember that great game that used to run here? Well I have come up with a game that is basically the same idea with a couple of rules changed. :)

I will also need a couple of helpers to organise things and this should be a successful game.

Rules:

- You must pick 2 current WTA players (Send in separate points or exactly the same if you like)

- Choose a court for them

- Assign them points

- Sign them up for tournaments

Court: 100 points between courts (They add on to your 400 points)

Clay

Hard

Grass

Carpet/Indoor

Then you have 400 points to split into 6 sets and then it will be randomly chosen which set will go in. At most only three will be used. I will be rolling a dice to decide which set.

Martinez vs Molik – Aussie Open on Hardcourt

Martinez= Clay 50, Hard 25, Grass 15, Carpet/Indoor 10, = 425 points for tournament

Molik = Clay 25, Hard 20, Grass 30, Carpet Indoor 25, = 420 points for tournament

Martinez- 60-70-80-50-90-75

Molik- 55-85-60-60-50-85

Randomly pick 3- Martinez wins 80-60 6-4

Randomly pick 6- Molik wins 85-75 7-5

Randomly pick 4- Molik win 60-40 6-4

Molik wins the match 4-6 7-5 6-4

Set game score: Singles

>70 The set is 6-0

61 - 70 The set is 6-1

50 - 60 The set is 6-2

35 - 49 The set is 6-3

19 - 34 The set is 6-4

10 - 18 The set is 7-5

9 - The set is 7-6 (0) (9-7)

8 - The set is 7-6 (1) (10-8)

7 - The set is 7-6 (2) (11-9)

6 - The set is 7-6 (3) (12-10)

5 - The set is 7-6 (4) (13-11)

4 - The set is 7-6 (5) (14-12)

3 - The set is 7-6 (6) (15-13

1-2 - The set is 7-6 (7) (16-14)

0 - We flip a coin and the score will be 7-6 (9) (or 18-16)

Doubles: We add your points together with your two players and the score difference is this:

Difference between the points:

150 or more - the set is 6-0

120-149 - the set is 6-1

90-119 - the set is 6-2

60-89 - the set is 6-3

30-59 - the set is 6-4

9-29 - the set is 7-5

8 - the set is 7-6 (0) 8-6 in Grand Slams other than the US Open

7 - the set is 7-6 (1) 9-7

6 - the set is 7-6 (2) 10-8

5 - the set is 7-6 (3) 11-9

4 - the set is 7-6 (4) 12-10

3 - the set is 7-6 (5) 13-11

2 - the set is 7-6 (6) 14-12

1 - the set is 7-6 (7) 15-13

0 - we flip a coin and the score will be 7-6 (9) (or 19-17 in Grand Slams other than the US Open) for the winner of the coin toss

Remember during the tournaments you can write articles which gain you other points.

Go for it! See it’s easy, just choose your player and once we have enough to start a proper season, then I’ll release tournament details, rankings, prize money etc. etc. :)

Any questions, feel free to ask and I will try and answer them :) .

I will also try and get a sub-forum for this game so sign up and have fun! :)

I will also need a couple of helpers to organise things and this should be a successful game.

Rules:

- You must pick 2 current WTA players (Send in separate points or exactly the same if you like)

- Choose a court for them

- Assign them points

- Sign them up for tournaments

Court: 100 points between courts (They add on to your 400 points)

Clay

Hard

Grass

Carpet/Indoor

Then you have 400 points to split into 6 sets and then it will be randomly chosen which set will go in. At most only three will be used. I will be rolling a dice to decide which set.

Martinez vs Molik – Aussie Open on Hardcourt

Martinez= Clay 50, Hard 25, Grass 15, Carpet/Indoor 10, = 425 points for tournament

Molik = Clay 25, Hard 20, Grass 30, Carpet Indoor 25, = 420 points for tournament

Martinez- 60-70-80-50-90-75

Molik- 55-85-60-60-50-85

Randomly pick 3- Martinez wins 80-60 6-4

Randomly pick 6- Molik wins 85-75 7-5

Randomly pick 4- Molik win 60-40 6-4

Molik wins the match 4-6 7-5 6-4

Set game score: Singles

>70 The set is 6-0

61 - 70 The set is 6-1

50 - 60 The set is 6-2

35 - 49 The set is 6-3

19 - 34 The set is 6-4

10 - 18 The set is 7-5

9 - The set is 7-6 (0) (9-7)

8 - The set is 7-6 (1) (10-8)

7 - The set is 7-6 (2) (11-9)

6 - The set is 7-6 (3) (12-10)

5 - The set is 7-6 (4) (13-11)

4 - The set is 7-6 (5) (14-12)

3 - The set is 7-6 (6) (15-13

1-2 - The set is 7-6 (7) (16-14)

0 - We flip a coin and the score will be 7-6 (9) (or 18-16)

Doubles: We add your points together with your two players and the score difference is this:

Difference between the points:

150 or more - the set is 6-0

120-149 - the set is 6-1

90-119 - the set is 6-2

60-89 - the set is 6-3

30-59 - the set is 6-4

9-29 - the set is 7-5

8 - the set is 7-6 (0) 8-6 in Grand Slams other than the US Open

7 - the set is 7-6 (1) 9-7

6 - the set is 7-6 (2) 10-8

5 - the set is 7-6 (3) 11-9

4 - the set is 7-6 (4) 12-10

3 - the set is 7-6 (5) 13-11

2 - the set is 7-6 (6) 14-12

1 - the set is 7-6 (7) 15-13

0 - we flip a coin and the score will be 7-6 (9) (or 19-17 in Grand Slams other than the US Open) for the winner of the coin toss

Remember during the tournaments you can write articles which gain you other points.

Go for it! See it’s easy, just choose your player and once we have enough to start a proper season, then I’ll release tournament details, rankings, prize money etc. etc. :)

Any questions, feel free to ask and I will try and answer them :) .

I will also try and get a sub-forum for this game so sign up and have fun! :)