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TLGTA 2013 Tennis Ladder is a tennis league in Toronto, Ontario.
When: Starts June 01st and Ends October 06th.
Match Locations: Matches can be played anywhere you and your opponent... choose.
New Members: Anyone who wants to play 1 match per month is welcome to join. All of our ladder players are members at TLGTA. All skill levels are welcome. New players should contact the TLGTA for directions to get signed up online.
Match Format: 1 Pro-Set to 8.
--> 8 Game Pro-Set: An 8 game pro set is first to 8 games by a margin of two games. A 12-point tie-break is usually played when the score is 8-8.
Example scores: 8-6 or 9-7 or 9-8 (with tiebreak)
What Counts as ladder match?: As long as both players agree they are playing a ladder match, then it counts!
Titles: TLGTA 2013 Ladder Champion - and all the bragging rights that go along with it.... Vamos!
Starting Position: Players who were active on the 2012 ladder will start this ladder at the position they held at the end of the 2012 ladder. All other players will be added as they join.
Frequency of Play: Players are asked to play 1 match per month. The points system will ensure that more active members will climb naturally, however, if you are inactive for more than 1 month, you may be removed from the ladder.
Note: You are able to play the same person 5 times during the season but only after you have played at least 3 other people on the ladder.
Match Scheduling: Players set up their own matches at their own convenience by challenging others or accepting challenges online.
** Reporting Scores: The winner is responsible for submitting the scores online.
Challenge Rules: If you have been challenged to a Match you have 5 days to respond. If you do not respond you will automatically decline the challenge. If you accept a challenge, then you have 10 days to play the match, otherwise the match will be automatically declined. Declined challenges will cost you 1 Rank.
Opponent Rules: Players may only challenge an opponent within 5 ranks above them, but they are able to play players at any level below them.