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Welcome to FWTT (Fantasy Women's Tennis Tour)

History

FWTT, was born on April 10th, 2000. The first tournament ever held was Hilton Head, which was only a singles tournament. Doubles were introduced the next week in Hamburg.




Index

How to join -> Post #2​

Rules for players -> Post #3​

Tournament Limitations -> Post #4​

Bonus for winning tournaments -> Post #4​

Usefull links -> Post #5​
 

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How to join and Point System.

Create a Fantasy Player with the following information:
(text in Italics are examples)

Name: Mary Davies
Birthdate: May 30th 1984 (You must be at least 16 Years Old)​
Nationality: French
Best Surfaces: Hard, Clay, Carpet, Grass (You must select your order with only those 4 surfaces. Carpet stands for carpet not for indoors)​


For what are those surfaces?

Those surfaces mean how many points you will be able to use when you play. For your first surface (in this example hard) you will get 106 points, then 104 for clay, 102 for carpet and 100 for grass. (Note that through years players earn "Experience points" that will be added later)​


How we get a score?

You need to divide these points between 3 sets. Example:​

You​
1st Set: 50 points​
2nd Set: 50 points​
3rd Set: 06 points​

Your opponent​
1st Set: 40​
2nd Set: 60​
3rd Set: 0​

In this case you would win the match 7-6(7-0) 6-7(0-7) 7-6(7-3)​

In some cases this scores will be changed for making the game more reliable. Example 6-4 4-6 6-4. Also the tie-breaks may be changed to make it more dramatic.


But how you got the score?

Here are the tables:​


Scoring By Difference of Points​

60 or more = 6-0​
51 to 60 = 6-1​
41 to 50 = 6-2​
31 to 40 = 6-3​
21 to 30 = 6-4​
11 to 20 = 7-5​
00 to 10 = 7-6​


Tie-Break​
10 = 7-0​
9 = 7-1​
8 = 7-2​
7/6 = 7-3​
5/4 = 7-4​
3/2 = 7-5​
1 = 8-6​
0 = 9-7 (Or higher, depending on drama)​

If points are tied (example 50 & 50) then the one that has the surface were the event is played in a higher possition gets the set, if also in that are tied then the higher ranked. If point difference was 1 maybe also could be increased for dramatic reasons​


To who you should send the player Information.

Please post your information in this thread, send Alek a private message with your information and post again your surfaces in this thread.​


:) If you have any questions or suggestions please post them here so I can add them :)
 

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Discussion Starter #3 (Edited)
RULES FOR PLAYERS

1. You MUST be at least 16 years old​

2. You are not allowed to change surfaces after you submited them for first time​

3. You are not allowed to change your players' name unless she 'marries', and so she can only change her SURNAME​


Each FWTT player has 30 tournaments to play + the week of the FWTT Championships (which means the tournaments played this week won't be added on that 30 tournament total).​


Fed Cup or any kind of exhibitions are not counted on the 30 tournament total.


No players in the top 20 can play ITF. If a player ranked 21 or lower commits to an ITF and the week of the tournament this player is let's say 15, the player can play the ITF.
 

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Tournament Limitations & Bonus Points for winning tournaments


Tournament Limitations

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Grand Slam (88 S / 44 D-MAX
Main Draw: 64 (50 Direct / 6 Wild Cards / 8 Qualifiers)
Qualifying Draw: 32 (26 Direct / 6 Wild Cards)

Doubles
Main Draw: 32 teams (26 Direct / 4 Wild Cards / 2 Qualifiers)
Qualifying Draw: 12 teams (10 Direct / 2 Wild Cards / 4 Byes)

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Tier I* (56 S / 28 D-MAX)
Main Draw: 64 players (44 Direct / 4 Wild Cards / 8 Qualifiers / 8 Byes)
Qualifying Draw: 16 players (13 Direct / Wild Cards)

Doubles
Main Draw: 32 teams (24 Direct / 4 Wild Cards / 4 Byes)

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Tier I (40 S / 20 D-MAX)
Main Draw: 32 (21 Direct / 3 Wild Cards / 4 Qualifiers / 4 Byes)
Qualifying Draw: 16 (13 Direct / 3 Wild Cards)

Doubles
Main Draw: 16 teams (12 Direct / 2 Wild Cards / 2 Qualifiers)
Qualifying Draw: 6 teams (4 Direct / 2 Wild Cards / 2 Byes)

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Tier II (40 S / 20 D-MAX)
Main Draw: 32 (21 Direct / 3 Wild Cards / 4 Qualifiers / 4 Byes)
Qualifying Draw: 16 (13 Direct / 3 Wild Cards)

Doubles
Main Draw: 16 teams (10 Direct / 2 Wild Cards / 2 Qualifiers / 2 Byes)
Qualifying Draw: 6 teams (4 Direct / 2 Wild Cards / 2 Byes)

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Tier III (22 S / 11 D-MAX)
Main Draw: 16 (12 Direct / 2 Wild Cards / 2 Qualifiers)
Qualifying Draw: 8 (5 Direct / 2 Wild Cards / 1 Play-In)

Doubles
Main Draw: 8 teams (6 Direct / 1 Wild Card / 1 Qualifier)
Qualifying Draw: 4 teams (3 Direct / 1 Wild Card)

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Tier IV (22 S / 11 D-MAX)
Main Draw: 16 (12 Direct / 2 Wild Cards / 2 Qualifiers)
Qualifying Draw: 8 (5 Direct / 2 Wild Cards / 1 Play-In)

Doubles
Main Draw: 8 teams (6 Direct / 1 Wild Card / 1 Qualifier)
Qualifying Draw: 4 teams (3 Direct / 1 Wild Card)

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Challengers (22 S / 11 D-MAX)
Main Draw: 16 (10 Direct / 2 Special Exempt / 2 Wild Cards / 2 Qualifiers)
Qualifying Draw: 8 (6 Direct / 2 Wild Cards)

Doubles
Main Draw: 8 teams (6 Direct / 1 Wild Card / 1 Qualifier)
Qualifying Draw: 4 teams (3 Direct / 1 Wild Card)


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Bonus Points given for winning FWTT titles
For tournaments won in a calendar year:

Grand Slam >>>>>> 8 S -- 6 per player
Tier I* >>>>>>>>> 6 S -- 5 per player
Tier I >>>>>>>>>> 5 S -- 4 per player
Tier II >>>>>>>>>> 4 S -- 3 per player
Tier III >>>>>>>>> 3 S -- 2 per player
Tier IV >>>>>>>>> 2 S -- 2 per player
Challengers >>>>> 1 S -- 1 per player

For winning a grand slam in a previous year:

Only on the surface the grand slam was held

Singles: 1 Point (forever)
Doubles: 0 Points
 
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