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SwingVolley93
Jul 8th, 2011, 09:13 PM
When two players have the exact same amount of points?:confused:

13 Pavlyuchenkova, Anastasia 03/07/91 RUS 2995 23
14 Radwanska, Agnieszka 06/03/89 POL 2995 18

Who decides that Pavly is in front of Aga and how?:confused: Anyone know:angel:

dsanders06
Jul 8th, 2011, 10:40 PM
I think the tiebreaker is most points won in Grand Slams (where Radwanska sucks).

vixter
Jul 8th, 2011, 10:41 PM
I have no idea

So I am not much help here:confused:

ViceUltramontain
Jul 8th, 2011, 10:46 PM
Here you are :

"When two (2) or more players have the same number of ranking points,
the tie for the ranking position will be decided according to the following
priorities (a-d for singles and b-d for doubles):

a. The player with the most combined total points from Grand Slams,
Premier Mandatory Tournaments, Premier 5 Tournaments and the
Premier WTA Championships (only applies to singles);

b. The player with the most total points from all WTA Tournaments,
including WTA Championships;

c. The player with the fewest number of Tournaments in a 52-week
period (including any Mandatory Tournaments, if the player qualified
for acceptance); and

d. The highest number of points from one (1) single Tournament, then
if needed, the second highest and so on."

SwingVolley93
Jul 9th, 2011, 12:33 AM
Here you are :

"When two (2) or more players have the same number of ranking points,
the tie for the ranking position will be decided according to the following
priorities (a-d for singles and b-d for doubles):

a. The player with the most combined total points from Grand Slams,
Premier Mandatory Tournaments, Premier 5 Tournaments and the
Premier WTA Championships (only applies to singles);

b. The player with the most total points from all WTA Tournaments,
including WTA Championships;

c. The player with the fewest number of Tournaments in a 52-week
period (including any Mandatory Tournaments, if the player qualified
for acceptance); and

d. The highest number of points from one (1) single Tournament, then
if needed, the second highest and so on."


Why are there 4 options doesn't A solve it? :confused:

Spring Pools
Jul 9th, 2011, 01:13 AM
Why are there 4 options doesn't A solve it? :confused:

In this case yes, but there could be two people with the same results at A