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F5 Season Player Pairing

Once a Team Coordinator registers their team for an F5 Tennis Tournament, F5's matching algorithm automatically creates partner pairings for the entire F5 Tennis season. At the conclusion of the regular season, playoff brackets will be established to provide all players the best opportunity to win their level.  

Match Scheduling

Similar to T2 or Ultimate, tennis match dates & times are scheduled by players at a time convenient to all participants. Matches must be completed before the designated "Play by date". Matches may be completed earlier than their assigned week if agreed by all players.   

Match Schedule - Grace Period

If a match cannot be completed during the assigned time period, a 7 day grace period will be allowed. At the end of the grace period, a match default rule will be enforced with each player receiving 7 points. To avoid a match default, it is highly encouraged to utilize alternative players. Alternative players can be any player (male/female) which is agreed to by all players. Alternative players do not need to be registered players.   

F5 Championship

A F5 Championship match will be played at the conclusion of each season. An optional F5 Championship Trophy will be awarded to the winner of each Level A/B. 

Playoffs & Championship

All players are eligible for 2 rounds of playoffs. However, only the top 4 players from each level will advance to the F5 Championship match. The championship match consists of 5 sets of tennis, with the top 2 players from each level advancing to a tiebreaker match to determine the outright level champion. 

Rounds 1 - 5

Playoffs Round 1

Playoffs Round 2

Point totals from Playoff Round 1 determine player pairings (A/B) for Playoff Round 2. The top 4 players with the highest Playoff point total from each level (A/B) will advance to the F5 Championship. In case of a tie, the player with the highest point total from Rounds 1-5 will advance.  

Championship Match

After 5 championship sets have been played, the top 2 players from each level will compete in a singles tiebreaker match using standard USTA rules (first to 7 points, win by two points). In case of a tie, point totals from Rounds 1-5 will serve to decide which player(s) advance to the tiebreaker match.