Scoring example here (http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=458046
Discipline I. – TC (for historical reasons)
Scoring is easy. You got three points if you pick the winner and the correct set ratio. You got two points if you pick the winner and incorrect set ratio.
Discipline II. – WAR (Worth A Risky Pick?)
It is easier to go through on scoring through an example:
(OOP) Goerges vs Radwanska
Let’s say 8 picked Radwanska and 3 picked Goerges. If Gorges wins the three players who picked her get 8 points (each). If Radwanska wins the players who picked her get 3 points (each).
Discipline III. - Sequence
You should vary the order of the matches in order to have the most possible winners earlier in the sequence. If first row of your pick is a winner (but the second is not) you got 11*11 point. If the first two rows of your pick are winners (but the third is not) you got 12*12 points. If the first three rows of your picks are winners (but the fourth is not) you got 13*13 points. Etc…
Discipline IV. – PRO (Place in Right Order)
You should vary the order of the matches in order to have the most possible winners earlier in the sequence. First row of your pick has a 16 multiplier, second row has 15, third 14 etc. If your pick on the row is a winner with correct set rate your score is 2*the corresponding multiplier, if your pick on the row is a winner but with incorrect set rate then your score is 1* the corresponding multiplier.
Discipline V. – FO (Fitd Online)