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Well, since i noticed the increasing interest for mixed doubles i would now be running an fatp tour game, the mixed doubles will take place every time the wta events & the atp events r in the same place.

The rules will be simple, the normal events will be played in three sets, & the masters series & the grand slams will be played in five sets

In the events played in 3 sets, the points u'll use r 100 points divided in 3 sets

In the events of five sets u'll use 200 points divided in five sets

U'll be able 2 choose a player from the atp tour, the first 1 who picks the player will get it.

The mixed doubles event will be like this:

U'll choose a player from tennisace tour, 2 avoid any kind acusations of cheating.
The points of mixed doubles will be send 2 me.
I hope tennisace doesn't has any inconveniece. Or if u want we could use the fwta tour players 2, it's up 2 u. I won't play mixed doubles either.

We'll start this week at the Tennis Master Series in Stutgart, the draw will be done on Wednedsay 2 give time 2 ppl 2 sign up, the results will be done inmidiatly after the draw is done 2 keep up 2 the real tournament.

The first draw will be done without any seeds.

Here r the points breakdown:

Grand Slam
R16: 15
R32: 7
R64: 1 (3)

Tennis Masters Cup
Since we r nearly at the end of the season we'll use the format tha the wta uses, the 16 best players will play this event,& here is the points breakdown:


Here r the Master Series points breakdown:
R 64:1(3)

Here r the 1,000 USD points:
W: 60
F: 42
SF: 27
QF: 15
R16: 5
R32: 3
R64: 1

800,000 USD points:
W: 50
F: 35
SF: 22
QF: 12
R16: 5
R32: 3
R64: 1

600,000 USD points:
W: 40
F: 28
SF: 18
QF: 10
R16: 3
R32: 1

400,000 USD points
W: 35
F: 24
SF: 15
QF: 8
R16: 3
R32: 1

So sign up here & make me any questions, i'll be here 2 answer them

[ October 14, 2001: Message edited by: Togk 182 ]
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