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Campus Match Play Coming to University of Alabama

September 5, 2008 10:09 AM

The Campus Match Play One-Day Shootout tournament to be held Sunday, Oct. 5 at the University of Alabama. Contact Billy Pate - office: 205-348-3686, cell: 205-239-8820, bpate@ia.ua.edu – for more information.

One-day, one-set tournaments are open to juniors, college players, professionals and adults. Singles players play up to four sets using a compass draw. Doubles is a compass draw with up to three matches. Set tiebreaks (12 point) are played at 5-all in all matches.

One new can of balls per set. Service lets are in play (at D1 men’s schools). Entry fees are kept low to provide access to full range of players: $10 for singles, $5 for doubles.

No officials needed. Campus Match Play Code of Conduct is used: 1) If your opponent questions your call, you change your call and award your opponent the point. 2) You cannot question your opponent's call unless you would bet your LIFE that your opponent made a mistake.

 

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